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  • Consumer Trust 

    Coveney, John David; Henderson, Julie Anne; Meyer, Samantha B; Mamerow, Loreen; Taylor, Anne; Ward, Paul Russell; Wilson, Annabelle (Sage, 2015)
    In the past two decades, food industries in developed countries have experienced increasing numbers of food scares that have resulted in increased consumer concerns about the safety of food. Concerns about the safety and ...
  • The Relative Validity of the Menzies Remote Short-Item Dietary Assessment Tool (MRSDAT) in Aboriginal Australian Children Aged 6–36 Months 

    Tonkin, Emma; Kennedy, Dani; Golley, Rebecca Kirsty; Byrne, Rebecca; Rohit, Athira; Kearns, Therese; Hanieh, Sarah; Biggs, Beverley-Ann; Brimblecombe, Julie (MDPI, 2018-05-10)
    The Menzies Remote Short-item Dietary Assessment Tool (MRSDAT) can be used to derive a dietary index score, which measures the degree of compliance with the Australian Dietary Guidelines. This study aimed to determine the ...
  • A Smartphone App to Reduce Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Consumption Among Young Adults in Australian Remote Indigenous Communities: Design, Formative Evaluation and User-Testing 

    Tonkin, Emma; Jeffs, Lauren; Wycherley, Thomas Philip; Maher, Carol; Smith, Ross Travers; Hart, Ross; Cubillo, Beau; Brimblecombe, Julie (JMIR Publications, 2017-12-12)
    Background: The disproportionate burden of noncommunicable disease among Indigenous Australians living in remote Indigenous communities (RICs) is a complex and persistent problem. Smartphones are increasingly being used ...
  • Protein Intake and Growth in Preterm Infants: A Systematic Review 

    Tonkin, Emma; Collins, Carmel T; Miller, Jacqueline (Sage, 2014-10-15)
    Objective. This review aimed to investigate the relationship between varying levels of enteral protein intake and growth in preterm infants, regardless of feeding method. Data Sources. Electronic databases were searched ...
  • Cross-country comparison of strategies for building consumer trust in food 

    Wilson, Annabelle; Tonkin, Emma; Coveney, John David; Meyer, Samantha B; McCullum, Dean; Calnan, Michael; Kelly, Edel; O'Reilly, Seamus; McCarthy, Mary; McGloin, Aileen; Ward, Paul Russell (Oxford University Press, 2019-04-09)
    Consumer trust in the modern food system is essential given its complexity. Contexts vary across countries with regard to food incidents, regulation and systems. It is therefore of interest to compare how key actors in ...
  • The role of community and professional engagement in teaching allied health higher education: the academic perspective 

    Roberts, Rachel Margaret; Wilson, Annabelle; Coveney, John David; Lind, Christopher; Tieman, Jennifer; George, Stacey; Gill, Robyn; Tonkin, Emma (Association of Schools of Allied Health Professions, 2018-07-26)
    Community and professional engagement describes a collaborative model of interaction between institutions of higher education and the communities in which they operate. This qualitative study aimed to examine how professional ...
  • Addressing Uncomfortable Issues: Reflexivity as a Tool for Culturally Safe Practice in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health 

    Wilson, Annabelle (Cambridge University Press, 2014-11-10)
    It is well recognised that research with Aboriginal communities needs to be ethical, meaningful and useful, in a way that is defined by communities themselves. This article provides an example of how reflexivity, from a ...
  • A model for (re)building consumer trust in the food system 

    Wilson, Annabelle; Withall, Elizabeth; Coveney, John David; Meyer, Samantha B; Henderson, Julie Anne; McCullum, Dean; Webb, Trevor; Ward, Paul Russell (Oxford University Press, 2016-04-12)
    The article presents a best practice model that can be utilized by food system actors to assist with (re)building trust in the food system, before, during and after a food incident defined as ‘any situation within the food ...
  • Review of Indigenous Health Curriculum in Nutrition and Dietetics at One Australian University: An Action Research Study 

    Wilson, Annabelle; Mehta, Kaye Phillips; Miller, Jacqueline; Yaxley, Alison; Thomas, Jolene Marie; Jackson, Kathryn; Wray, Amanda; Miller, Michelle Deanne (Cambridge University Press, 2015-05-20)
    This article describes a review undertaken in 2012–2013 by Nutrition and Dietetics, Flinders University, to assess the Indigenous health curriculum of the Bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics (BND) and Masters of Nutrition ...
  • Management of food incidents by Australian food regulators 

    Wilson, Annabelle; McCullum, Dean; Henderson, Julie; Coveney, John David; Meyer, Samantha B; Webb, Trevor; Ward, Paul Russell (WIley, 2016-01-24)
    Aim This paper explores how food regulators respond to food incidents and the barriers and enablers associated with doing so. Methods Twenty‐six semi‐structured interviews lasting between 30 and 60 minutes were ...
  • Supporting dietitians to work in Aboriginal health: Qualitative evaluation of a Community of Practice mentoring circle 

    Wilson, Annabelle; Delbridge, Robyn; Palermo, Claire (WIley, 2016-08-23)
    Aim This paper explores the experience of dietitians participating in a Community of Practice designed to support their work with Aboriginal communities. Methods The Community of Practice for dietitians working with ...
  • Consumer concerns relating to food labeling and trust - Australian governance actors respond 

    Tonkin, Emma; Coveney, John David; Webb, Trevor; Wilson, Annabelle; Meyer, Samantha B (Wiley, 2017-09-07)
    This study aims to report and critically analyze the responses of governance actors to a set of consumers' concerns relating to food labeling, and by doing so describe how these actors construct both consumer perspectives ...
  • The process of making trust related judgements through interaction with food labelling 

    Tonkin, Emma; Meyer, Samantha B; Coveney, John David; Webb, Trevor; Wilson, Annabelle (Elsevier, 2016-06-30)
    There is both empirical and theoretical research supporting the idea that consumers’ interaction with food labelling impacts on their trust in the food system and its actors. This paper explores the process by which ...
  • Why We Need a Community of Practice for Dietitians Working in Indigenous Health 

    Wilson, Annabelle; Delbridge, Robyn; Palermo, Claire (WIley, 2015-10-30)
    The current burden of disease in Indigenous Australians, compared with non‐Indigenous Australians, is well documented.1, 2 Indigenous people experience disproportionate rates of conditions including type 2 diabetes, ...
  • Food-system actors' perspectives on trust: an international comparison 

    Tonkin, Emma; Wilson, Annabelle; Coveney, John David; Henderson, Julie Anne; Meyer, Samantha B; McCarthy, Mary; O'Reilly, Seamus; Calnan, Michael; McGloin, Aileen (Emerald Publishing Limited, 2018-09-10)
    Purpose The purpose of this paper is to compare the perspectives of actors who contribute to trust in the food system in four high income countries which have diverse food incident histories: Australia, New Zealand (NZ), ...
  • Trust in and through labelling - a systematic review and critique 

    Tonkin, Emma; Wilson, Annabelle; Coveney, John David; Webb, John; Meyer, Samantha B (Emerald Publishing Limited, 2015)
    Purpose – Distrust of conventional food supply systems impacts consumer food choice. This in turn has implications for consumer nutrition outcomes and acceptance of expert advice regarding food and health. The research ...
  • Consumer trust in the Australian food system – The everyday erosive impact of food labelling 

    Tonkin, Emma; Webb, Trevor; Coveney, John David; Meyer, Samantha B; Wilson, Annabelle (Elsevier, 2016-04-08)
    Consumer trust in food system actors is foundational for ensuring consumer confidence in food safety. As food labelling is a direct communication between consumers and food system actors, it may influence consumer perceptions ...
  • Managing uncertainty about food risks – Consumer use of food labelling 

    Tonkin, Emma; Coveney, John David; Meyer, Samantha B; Wilson, Annabelle; Webb, Trevor (Elsevier, 2016-12-01)
    General consumer knowledge of and engagement with the production of food has declined resulting in increasing consumer uncertainty about, and sensitivity to, food risks. Emphasis is therefore placed on providing information ...
  • The role of social media in communication about food risks: Views of journalists, food regulators and the food industry 

    Henderson, Julie Anne; Wilson, Annabelle; Webb, Trevor; McCullum, Dean; Meyer, Samantha B; Coveney, John David; Ward, Paul Russell (Emerald Publishing Limited, 2016-10-20)
    Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to explore the views of journalists, food regulators and the food industry representatives on the impact of social media on communication about food risk. The authors identify how ...
  • The role of the media in construction and presentation of food risks 

    Henderson, Julie Anne; Wilson, Annabelle; Meyer, Samantha B; Coveney, John David; Calnan, Michael; McCullum, Dean; Lloyd, Sue; Ward, Paul Russell (Taylor & Francis, 2014-10-13)
    In this article we examine how and why the media construct food risks, from the perspective of ‘media actors’ (people involved in different types of media) using data from 30 interviews conducted in 2013 with media actors ...

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