Data from SLOfit are often pooled for analyses of global secular trend analysis

Researches are presented in various forms from newspaper articles and TV and radio reports in the national media to scientific articles, published in the highest ranking international journals such as the Lancet.

We are trying to disseminate the results through various channels because we try to target different groups from general public to experts in different scientific disciplines.

The scientific value of the SLOfit data has been confirmed with numerous publications of scientific papers and by the inclusion of the SLOfit data in international datasets such as the World Health Organization’s Children obesity Surveillance Initiative database or the Imperial College of London NCD Risc Group database