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ea0044p181 | Obesity and Metabolism | SFEBES2016

The impact of a tier three weight loss service on Quality of Life (QoL): A retrospective, service evaluation project

Ingram Esme , Zalin Anjali , Quarrie Charlotte , Shotliff Kevin , Morganstein Daniel , Greener Veronica , Turnbull Lucy

Introduction: The NHS Commissioning Board recommends the introduction of multidisciplinary Tier 3 Specialist Weight Management Services (SWMS) for adults with obesity. Unfortunately, these services are yet to be commissioned in many areas and this largely reflects financial barriers to their development. We have noted, through observation and feedback, that our Tier 3 service is highly valued by patients. Supportive evidence in the literature - although encouraging - is limite...

ea0053cd1.4 | Case Discussions: complex clinical cases 1.0 | OU2018

The impact of a specialist weight management service on symptoms of depression: a retrospective service evaluation project

Ingram Esme , Zalin Anjali , Quarrie Charlotte , Wilson MIchelle , Davies Rhian , Kent Ruth , Shotliff Kevin , Greener Veronica , Turnbull Lucy

Background: Obesity is associated with complex multisystem pathology and significant psychosocial burden. Yet, despite its increasing prevalence, the commissioning of Specialist Weight Management Services remains limited.Methods: Retrospective service evaluation of a proportion of patients (n=179) engaging with the Central London Community Healthcare Specialist Weight Management Service for at least 6-months from 2012 onwards. Outcome measures, ...

ea0048p8 | Poster Presentations | SFEEU2017

Perioperative nutritional status, supplementation and monitoring in patients referred for bariatric surgery: Closing the audit loop

Prankerd-Smith Olivia , Shotliff Matthew , Zalin Anjali , Morganstein Daniel , Shotliff Kevin , Edmiston Kelli , Davison Nuala , Ashrafian Hutan , Efthimiou Evangelos , Greener Veronica

Background: Nutritional deficiencies are frequently seen in bariatric patients, and typically become increasingly common and resistant following bariatric surgery. Local, national and international guidelines recommend routine blood tests and lifelong supplementation protocols after surgery. Local practice was initially audited for 2013. The purpose of this re-audit was to assess the impact of changes made in the department and to assess concordance with current recommendation...