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Esther van Sluijs @EvanSluijs Cambridge, England

Public health researcher interested in young people's physical activity behaviour. Programme Leader of Behavioural Epidemiology Programme @MRC_Epid @CedarUK

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Joined Twitter 10/9/15


I got an email asking me to submit a manuscript in a medical journal. Despite my ignorance regarding medicine, the… https://t.co/DQyXCpyH9Z
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2/23
2020
New CEDAR Bulletin is out now! https://t.co/TDaCIrsWzZ Sugar levy, supermarket checkouts, downsides of becoming an… https://t.co/0klLDWvInt
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2/18
2020
Sugar levels in UK soft drinks lowered following government levy - New research published in @PLOSMedicine today.… https://t.co/cunRhcMA5K
Retweeted by Esther van SluijsAdvice for an even happier research team. Proud of my team for writing this collaborative commentary to great paper… https://t.co/N7tFdzy9tA
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2/12
2020
📢🆕#Physical #Activity attenuates the metabolic risk of adolescents with #overweight or #obesityhttps://t.co/8hEC6E53cf
Retweeted by Esther van SluijsNEW 1st UK-Based whole-school #PhysicalActivity framework co-designed with policymakers, practitioners and researc… https://t.co/jwVp8ZB0BT
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2/10
2020
Exciting news, The # #CreatingActiveSchools #CASFramework now published in @IJBNPA . 1st UK-Based whole-school PA f… https://t.co/ggKnOUA8zj
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2/8
2020
One for you @sonkling @stephaniejong https://t.co/qdP0dMvYKa
2/7
2020
Full paper at https://t.co/UTJ9VnBUxS https://t.co/Obt9ZbKavd
Retweeted by Esther van SluijsThe evidence regarding the 'benefits' of open plan offices are clear; they have none. They're demotivating, distrac… https://t.co/ATmuPkC18w
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2/6
2020
Any thoughts @sonkling? https://t.co/eQO85tZ735 @AnnaChalkley That's real commitment! Am afraid I'll struggle to stay awake, even with such a great line-up 😴🥱.Our free online course introducing newcomers to #longitudinal research starts next week. You'll be given guided e… https://t.co/UKSQbot8bY
Retweeted by Esther van SluijsTenure-track assistant professor position in physical education (in the Department of Curriculum and Pedagogy; Facu… https://t.co/Kz5cwKKcvU
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2/5
2020
Today in our class on Critical Thinking: Exploring the Science behind the News we discussed data visualization or h… https://t.co/anmkrDWV4e
Retweeted by Esther van SluijsISBNPA is pleased to be able to offer scholarships for #ISBNPA2020 attendees. Up to 10 eligible students (either cu… https://t.co/ScSrjwFhor
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1/30
2020
@jeanmadams @fromOliver I vote for B!"Switching off and putting screens away during family time and time with children on their own is key for happy par… https://t.co/LgNyLulOSw
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1/29
2020
@sonkling My pleasure! I would be lost without a 🚲😁
1/28
2020
Job alert for historians, anthropologists, geographers with an interest in histories of Caribbean food systems! Com… https://t.co/6ozm49xzVx
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1/27
2020
Interesting approach. @camcycle https://t.co/CReHOjf9JhCheck out the latest #HBSCEngland report for key data on #adolescent #health & #wellbeing in England:… https://t.co/IBwmosV5AJ
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1/23
2020
Applications are now open for the 10th Physical Activity Measurement Seminar in Cambridge! The seminar will be he… https://t.co/FXFDkFDD2g
Retweeted by Esther van SluijsCEDAR research on the effect of #lifechanges on #physicalactivity and #weight gain gets covered by NHS Behind the H… https://t.co/9h8Z60EC6l
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1/22
2020
@eleanorwinpenny @EvanSluijs @WorldObesity @chloecastbury @J_Guagliano @TarraPenney @rebeccaelove @c_foubister "Mot… https://t.co/cnpkSSIBPh
Retweeted by Esther van SluijsBecoming less #active and gaining #weight: downsides of becoming an #adult revealed in scientific reviews… https://t.co/9SvGLXIjTs
Retweeted by Esther van SluijsWhat are the key life events that cause us to put on weight? https://t.co/Ybc4bgupK6
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1/20
2020
Great news! Thanks for all you efforts. https://t.co/cdrwEY2795 @martinwhite33 @jeanmadams @alexnail @steamingboots Excuses, excuses 😃
1/17
2020
@IJBNPA @KylieBall3 Great read, thanks for sharing your experiences. Interestingly, the results of a recent Wellc… https://t.co/G6VoBQHZM7 @IJBNPA is excited to highlight this interesting Commentary by @KylieBall3 and David Crawford ''How to grow a succe… https://t.co/o8kq0tSCie
Retweeted by Esther van SluijsResearch Associate (GP Standing Desks) at Loughborough University https://t.co/tC2ATdh8y9 #jobsacuk
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1/15
2020
@Ulf_Ekelund @DrMelodyDing https://t.co/ygGzP1ypIH @dr_helen_moore @ClaireOM8 Many congrats, Claire! @EvanSluijs @MRC_Epid @CedarUK https://t.co/NWNBv31kQR
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1/10
2020
Thinking about attending the #ImpSci EIE2020 conference in Rotterdam 1-2 Oct 2020. You can still submit your abstra… https://t.co/NsAkFMr2H8
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1/9
2020
Be warned, fellow @MRC_Epid @CedarUK busway active travelers! https://t.co/jZFfyjo51F
1/8
2020
Def one for you @sonkling https://t.co/QeWQqBVfvS
1/7
2020
You can join us this year at the UK Parliament for three months! The @NuffieldFound will fund a Fellowship for PhD… https://t.co/tej82lfgCT
Retweeted by Esther van SluijsBrilliant opportunity to come and join the School for Public Health Research at the University of Bristol. Please s… https://t.co/GI2WhQdyi8
Retweeted by Esther van Sluijs @stuart_biddle Or at least the automated system should be set up to acknowledge that hardly anyone works over Xmas and NY...
1/6
2020
Great opportunity to join a fab team to work on a physically active learning project. Get in touch if you want to k… https://t.co/RlsRA9Q0T6
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1/4
2019
@DeeHarrPhD Shame - forget and come back to it in the new year 🍾 Just like authors, editors are trying to get thin… https://t.co/3udtBIQNHQ @Ulf_Ekelund Wouldn't flexible working result in greater submissions outside of 'normal' office hours? 😄Open invitation to colleagues, partners and others interested in promoting children’s physical activity, health and… https://t.co/Uv4Ui8L4TA
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12/19
2019
@oliver_kathryn Or doesn't want to? Or are academics not entitled to holiday?Watch now: @WHO briefing of @TheLancet Series on the Double Burden of #Malnutrition Hear from @DrTedroshttps://t.co/wU8fLjtaO7
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12/18
2019
PhD students! If you're working in STEMM or the social sciences, this could be the fellowship opportunity for you!… https://t.co/cNfEUOm0it
Retweeted by Esther van Sluijs"Protecting science from the dark side: Commercial funding of research" - excellent editorial by @j_mindellhttps://t.co/1Ehz5iMnE5
Retweeted by Esther van SluijsCome and work at @CovUni_SELS with leaders in the field in physical activity and health. Amazing place, amazing peo… https://t.co/tkum53w3wt
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12/17
2019
@jeanmadams @JennaPanter @amy_ahern @Lakenutrition @martinwhite33 Same here. How long will it be before there's jus… https://t.co/lPyl3ar8cH @amy_ahern @Lakenutrition @jeanmadams @martinwhite33 I don't like the use of my professional title in my personal l… https://t.co/mh7YLXcRjy @fumimamu Wonderful achievement, I hope you enjoyed it! V worthy of the @MRC_Epid muddy boot sport achievement award 😁
12/16
2019
If you're eligible to vote today - please do your bit to help steer the direction of the future of the UK! Thanks… https://t.co/5TBeUM4oXN @Roxanne_ea Congratulations - wonderful display of perseverance!We're looking for enthusiastic new students to come and broaden our horizon. Funding available. Apply for one of ou… https://t.co/jhprTbvVkX
12/12
2019
Have we mentioned that we've got 14 fantastic fellowship opportunities across @UKParliament, currently open for app… https://t.co/Bowobn2pwS
Retweeted by Esther van SluijsAre you struggling to write your manuscript/dissertation? Consider visiting https://t.co/Ziag8P3o7g (an initiative… https://t.co/wO10ulXDsp
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12/11
2019
I'm giving a webinar (free) on Thursday 12 Dec about Staying Well during your PhD, post-doc or research career. Det… https://t.co/mjwH8OOOhs
Retweeted by Esther van Sluijs @ISPAH2020 is fast approaching ⌛ See below for key dates! 👇 https://t.co/qZuKnAOP3Y https://t.co/QK7xMWKSgC
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12/10
2019
Have you seen our academic fellowships? There are several projects with POST and opportunities to work with:… https://t.co/oSvclXgAIq
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12/9
2019
One for you @DrErikaIkeda https://t.co/4fo6f8wjAMOffering vegetarian food as the standard substantially increases uptake of vegetarian food at meetings... Somethi… https://t.co/4cRkmi6Ex5Senior Research Associate/Research Associate x 2 posts (1 x Prevention, 1 x Inequalities) NIHR Applied Research Col… https://t.co/HzL0JBHRvf
Retweeted by Esther van SluijsAre you a researcher interested in food system change, looking for a post-doc post? If so, please check out our adv… https://t.co/MJl2M8zw8r
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12/6
2019
Very proud of @CedarUK @MRC_Epid PhD student @sonkling! Wonderful recognition of her amazing PhD work and how impor… https://t.co/elTtXk8yThLooking forward to working with this excellent international team to get this up and running, and linked up with… https://t.co/oHuyWScSpl
12/5
2019
Spot the cross-industry blame-shifting, regulation-delaying tropes here: (i) Use of Responsibollocks (ii) it's the… https://t.co/wIUc9Mn5pP
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12/2
2019
@Russ_Jago Enjoy it while you can keep up with her! I'm now 7+ mins behind my eldest 😏
11/30
2019
Have no words... https://t.co/Y4H3Imw4vi
11/29
2019
This is witty, and spot on. A cyclist's guide to biking the city – a cartoon https://t.co/QjFte4PQUN
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11/26
2019
@harryrutter @virginmedia I've always been baffled by the @virginmedia approach as well! When mentioning not wantin… https://t.co/oBCImDdNEXI’m organising a symposium on #paternal effects on offspring health. Topics include: -Evidence -Mechanisms -Data… https://t.co/hX63eY5eKt
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11/25
2019
@SPrinceWare @DrMelodyDing @IJEeditorial @AdrianBauman @nhmrc @billbellew @syd_health I fully agree - there's no on… https://t.co/juQbQFfPuRThanks @DrMelodyDing for including me - an important first step in addressing some of the ethical and integrity is… https://t.co/RFxx9yuEBIAction at lots of levels needed, but also reflection on what we can learn from our previous efforts. https://t.co/2em46QSpLAA special focus of our Congress will be addressing health disparities in low to middle income countries. We welcome… https://t.co/xghFsu7uTz
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11/22
2019
@jeanmadams @amy_ahern @sonkling Was about to submit a paper, but might just wait until December... @sonkling 🤗We are currently looking for a post-doc to work on 2 exciting projects focusing on children's movement behaviours a… https://t.co/OzkHxDHCoY
Retweeted by Esther van Sluijs @PhysActivityEd @RPOTyler @AshCox16 Hope you had some fun as well. Super serious faces!
11/21
2019
Many congrats! https://t.co/dqqyasnJ0sWonderfully thoughtful talk by @fottrell on his challenging work preventing diabetes in rural Bangladesh. https://t.co/ZDqY1TAUkTUsing natural experimental studies to guide public health action: turning the evidence-based medicine paradigm on i… https://t.co/FOSBGPLYDG
Retweeted by Esther van SluijsWonderful news! Well done @c_foubister. Great work with @GoActiveCam data. @NIHRresearch https://t.co/jULIllLdAk
11/20
2019
Two free webinars for anyone interested in place-based approaches to improving population health 26 Nov, 1-2pm Les… https://t.co/OJD4P0AUpO
Retweeted by Esther van SluijsWe wrote the "1st" paper on cost of formatting in research (https://t.co/Zcc9ELzxEZ), a 2nd paper has just been rel… https://t.co/AIpZX7USJr
Retweeted by Esther van SluijsPhD opportunity to link health modelling with transport modelling, part of ERC GLASST. Based at @CedarUK at the… https://t.co/q1gEgM6t7p
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11/19
2019
.@JPI_HDHL will launch 2 #researchfunding calls early 2020: (1) Prevention of unhealthy weight gain & #obesity duri… https://t.co/v86QUsnma2
Retweeted by Esther van SluijsThis might be of interest to anyone interested in implementing an active mile programme in a primary and/or seconda… https://t.co/8zqr7YwZvz
Retweeted by Esther van SluijsOne for you? @DrMelodyDing @AdrianBauman https://t.co/bbWODlHkKjWe are recruiting 2 new positions @POST_UK, 1 to lead the @UKParl_Research team and 1 to support professional devel… https://t.co/3UZ2Qac9R9
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11/18
2019
A shameless plea to vote for @I_CA_D which has been shortlisted for a @lborouniversity Open Research Methods Compet… https://t.co/pxWMcT6hsw
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11/15
2019
@RI_Eichenberger Great, sounds like an exciting role! @RI_Eichenberger Congratulations!!! Where are you off to now?
11/13
2019
Are you a #physicallyactivelearning #PAL pioneer? Let us know so that we can follow you and share your work. We wa… https://t.co/Jbk7xFXAWI
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11/10
2019
Parents @UKLabour. Parents should be offered a paid year. Otherwise mothers will continue to be seen as solely resp… https://t.co/Yufzjph1Hy
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11/9
2019
@JennaPanter @_hannah_forde But does the analogy hold when you start to mix foxes 🦊 and hedgehogs 🦔???
11/7
2019
Just published @IJBNPA Substituting prolonged sedentary time and cardiovascular risk in children and youth: a meta-… https://t.co/86TyYR2fdP
Retweeted by Esther van Sluijs @coenen_pieter We can start by investing more of our limited resources into finding real solutions as opposed to fo… https://t.co/NtmPcFDQsn
11/6
2019

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