A research programme to identify and study people who eat well, despite difficult circumstances.
Poor diet is the 2nd biggest cause of ill health in the UK.This mixed-methods programme of research aims to identify people who eat well despite difficult circumstances and study how they manage to do this. The aim is to translate these findings into better policies to support healthy diets. At this stage I am requesting support with reviewing the proposal, but if funding is awarded there will be further opportunities to participate.
13th April 2018
18th April 2018
Centre for Diet and Activity Research (CEDAR)
The Centre for Diet and Activity Research (CEDAR) is studying the factors that influence dietary and physical activity related behaviours, developing and evaluating public health interventions, and helping shape public health practice and policy. CEDAR is one of five Centres of Excellence in Public Health Research funded through the UK Clinical Research Collaboration, and draws on the expertise of a wide range of scientific disciplines.
East of England
£20 (if needed)