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Dr Steph Scott
Cassey Muir
Professor Eileen Kaner
Dr Wendy Wrieden
Professor Ashley Adamson
et al.
Exploring the links between unhealthy eating behaviour and heavy alcohol use in the social, emotional and cultural lives of young adults (age 18-25): A qualitative research study2019
Dr Frances Hillier-Brown
Louis Goffe
Dr Linda Penn
Dr Wendy Wrieden
Professor Martin White
et al.
Feasibility and acceptability of a Takeaway Masterclass aimed at encouraging healthier cooking practices and menu options in takeaway food outlets2019
Louis Goffe
Dr Frances Hillier-Brown
Professor Vera Araujo-Soares
Dr Linda Penn
Dr Wendy Wrieden
et al.
Feasibility of working with a wholesale supplier to co-design and test acceptability of an intervention to promote smaller portions: an uncontrolled before-and-after study in British Fish & Chip shops2019
Dr Wendy Wrieden
Joel Halligan
Louis Goffe
Dr Ilkka Leinonen
Sustainable Diets in the UK—Developing a Systematic Framework to Assess the Environmental Impact, Cost and Nutritional Quality of Household Food Purchases2019
Dr Wendy Wrieden
What can secondary data tell us about household food insecurity in a high-income country context?2019
Dr Viviana Albani
Dr Jennifer Bradley
Dr Wendy Wrieden
Dr Steph Scott
Cassey Muir
et al.
Examining Associations between Body Mass Index in 18–25 Year-Olds and Energy Intake from Alcohol: Findings from the Health Survey for England and the Scottish Health Survey2018
Dr Steph Scott
Fiona Beyer
Dr Kathryn Parkinson
Cassey Muir
Professor Eileen Kaner
et al.
Non-Pharmacological Interventions to Reduce Unhealthy Eating and Risky Drinking in Young Adults Aged 18-25 Years: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis2018
Dr Lorraine McSweeney
Dr Suzanne Spence
Dr Wendy Wrieden
Dr Katie Haighton
Parental perceptions of onsite hospital food outlets in a large hospital in the North East of England: A qualitative interview study2018
Dr Susanna Mills
Dr Jean Adams
Professor Martin White
Dr Wendy Wrieden
Dr Heather Brown
et al.
Sociodemographic characteristics and frequency of consuming home-cooked meals and meals from out-of-home sources: cross-sectional analysis of a population-based cohort study2018
Dr Wendy Wrieden
Time to address the double inequality of differences in dietary intake between Scotland and England2018
Dr Frances Hillier-Brown
Dr Wendy Wrieden
Dr Jean Adams
Professor Ashley Adamson
Professor Vera Araujo-Soares
et al.
A description of interventions promoting healthier ready-to-eat meals (to eat in, to take away, or to be delivered) sold by specific food outlets in England: a systematic mapping and evidence synthesis2017
Dr Susanna Mills
Dr Heather Brown
Dr Wendy Wrieden
Professor Martin White
Frequency of eating home cooked meals and potential benefits for diet and health: cross-sectional analysis of a population-based cohort study2017
Dr Susanna Mills
Professor Martin White
Dr Wendy Wrieden
Dr Heather Brown
Dr Jean Adams
et al.
Home food preparation practices, experiences and perceptions: A qualitative interview study with photo-elicitation2017
Joel Halligan
Professor Suzanne Moffatt
Professor Clare Bambra
Dr Wendy Wrieden
'I don't really like this, but it's all there is'. Welfare Reform, Low-Income and Food Insecurity2017
Dr Viviana Albani
Dr Wendy Wrieden
Identifying dietary differences between Scotland and England: a rapid review of the literature2017
Dr Wendy Wrieden
Joel Halligan
Louis Goffe
Is the UK diet sustainable? Assessing the environmental impact, cost and nutritional quality of household food purchases2017
Joel Halligan
Professor Suzanne Moffatt
Dr Wendy Wrieden
Professor Clare Bambra
No more Sunday dinners: food insecurity and welfare reform in Northeast England2017
Dr Steph Scott
Dr Kathryn Parkinson
Professor Eileen Kaner
Shannon Robalino
Dr Wendy Wrieden
et al.
Non-pharmacological interventions designed to reduce health risks due to unhealthy eating behaviour and linked risky or excessive drinking in adults aged 18–25 years: a systematic review protocol2017
Dr Wendy Wrieden
‘Change4Life Smart Swaps’: quasi-experimental evaluation of a natural experiment2016
Louis Goffe
Dr Frances Hillier-Brown
Dr Wendy Wrieden
Dr Amelia Lake
Professor Vera Araujo-Soares
et al.
Comparison of sodium content of meals served by independent takeaways using standard versus reduced holed salt shakers: Cross-sectional study2016
Dr Nuno Mendonca
Professor Thomas Hill
Dr Antoneta Granic
Dr Karen Davies
Dr Joanna Collerton
et al.
Macronutrient intake and food sources in the very old: analysis of the Newcastle 85+ Study2016
Dr Nuno Mendonca
Professor Thomas Hill
Dr Antoneta Granic
Dr Karen Davies
Dr Joanna Collerton
et al.
Micronutrient intake and food sources in the very old: Analysis of the Newcastle 85+ Study2016
Louis Goffe
Dr Wendy Wrieden
Dr Linda Penn
Dr Frances Hillier-Brown
Dr Amelia Lake
et al.
Reducing the salt added to takeaway food: within-subjects comparison of salt delivered by five and 17 holed salt shakers in controlled conditions2016
Dr Wendy Wrieden
Choosing the best method to estimate the energy density of a population using food purchase data2015
Dr Wendy Wrieden
Dr Ilkka Leinonen
Contribution of animal foods to intakes of energy, fat, saturated fat in the Scottish Diet2015
Dr Wendy Wrieden
Dr Ilkka Leinonen
Contribution of animal foods to intakes of energy, fat, saturated fat in the Scottish Diet2015
Dr Nuno Mendonca
Dr Antoneta Granic
Professor John Mathers
Dr Wendy Wrieden
Dr Mario Siervo
et al.
Contribution of animal products to dietary intakes in the very old2015
Dr Wendy Wrieden
Dr Viviana Albani
Diet and excess mortality in Scotland: Exploring differences in dietary intake2015
Dr Nuno Mendonca
Professor Thomas Hill
Dr Antoneta Granic
Professor John Mathers
Dr Wendy Wrieden
et al.
Dietary intake and food sources in the very old2015
Dr Jean Adams
Louis Goffe
Dr Amelia Lake
Professor Martin White
Dr Wendy Wrieden
et al.
Frequency and socio-demographic correlates of eating meals out and take-away meals at home: cross-sectional analysis of the UK national diet and nutrition survey, waves 1-4 (2008-12)2015
Nuno Mendonça
Professor Thomas Hill
Dr Antoneta Granic
Professor John Mathers
Dr Wendy Wrieden
et al.
Micronutrient intake and food sources in the very old2015
Dr Susanna Mills
Professor Martin White
Shannon Robalino
Dr Wendy Wrieden
Dr Heather Brown
et al.
Systematic review of the health and social determinants and outcomes of home cooking: protocol2015
Dr Wendy Wrieden
The use of a national purchase survey to monitor the diet of the Scottish population2015
Dr Wendy Wrieden
Trends in socio-economic inequalities in the Scottish diet: 2001–20092015
Dr Wendy Wrieden
Energy density of the Scottish diet estimated from food purchase data: relationship with socio-economic position and dietary targets2014
Dr Wendy Wrieden
Slow pace of dietary change in Scotland: 2001-92013
Dr Wendy Wrieden
Validity and reliability of a short questionnaire for assessing the impact of cooking skills interventions2011
Dr Emma Foster
Professor Ashley Adamson
Dr Wendy Wrieden
Estimation of portion size in children's dietary assessment: lessons learnt2009
Dr Emma Foster
Professor John Matthews
Professor Lindsay Marshall
Professor John Mathers
Dr Wendy Wrieden
et al.
Children's estimates of food portion size: The development and evaluation of three portion size assessment tools for use with children2008
Dr Emma Foster
Dr Marilyn O'Keeffe
Professor John Matthews
Professor John Mathers
Dr Wendy Wrieden
et al.
Children's estimates of food portion size: The effect of timing of dietary interview on the accuracy of children's portion size estimates2008
Dr Wendy Wrieden
Professor Ashley Adamson
Estimation of typical food portion sizes for children of different ages in Great Britain2008
Dr Wendy Wrieden
Professor Ashley Adamson
Calculation of typical food portion sizes for adults aged 19-64 years and older individuals aged 65 years and over2006
Dr Wendy Wrieden
Professor Ashley Adamson
Differences in typical food portion sizes eaten by institutionalised older adults compared with free-living2006
Professor Ashley Adamson
Dr Leslie Carlin
Dr Wendy Wrieden
Professor John Matthews
Professor John Mathers
et al.
FAST- Food Assessment in Schools Tool2003
Dr Wendy Wrieden
Professor Ashley Adamson
How accurate are standard children's food portion sizes for estimation of dietary intake of children of different ages?2003