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Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Jennifer Bradley
Grace Gardner
Maisie Rowland
Dr Michaela Fay
Dr Richard Holmes
et al.
Impact of a health marketing campaign on sugars intake by children aged 5–11 years and parental views on reducing children’s consumption2020
Timur Osadchiy
Ivan Poliakov
Professor Patrick Olivier
Maisie Rowland
Dr Emma Foster
et al.
Recommender system based on pairwise association rules2019
Dr Tom Clifford
Dr Amy Bowman
Tess Capper
Dr Dean Allerton
Dr Emma Foster
et al.
A pilot study investigating reactive oxygen species production in capillary blood after a marathon and the influence of an antioxidant-rich beetroot juice.2018
Dr Emma Foster
Assessment of Dietary Habits2018
Dr Emma Foster
Challenges in the assessment of total fluid intake in children and adolescents: a discussion paper2018
Dr Emma Foster
Correction to: Challenges in the assessment of total fluid intake in children and adolescents: a discussion paper2018
Jennifer Bradley
Dr Emma Foster
Professor Ashley Adamson
Feasibility of an estimated method using graduated utensils to estimate food portion size in infants aged 4 to 18 months2018
Maisie Rowland
Professor Ashley Adamson
Ivan Poliakov
Jennifer Bradley
Emma Simpson
et al.
Field Testing of the Use of Intake24 - An Online 24-Hour Dietary Recall System2018
Dr Emma Foster
Jennifer Bradley
Methodological considerations and future insights for 24-hour dietary recall assessment in children2018
Dr Emma Foster
Adrian Hawkins
Elaine Stamp
Professor John Matthews
Professor Ashley Adamson
et al.
Development of food photographs for use with children aged 18 months to 16 years: comparison against weighed food diaries - The Young Person's Food Atlas (UK)2017
Emma Simpson
Jennifer Bradley
Ivan Poliakov
Dan Jackson
Professor Patrick Olivier
et al.
Iterative Development of an Online Dietary Recall Tool: INTAKE242017
Jennifer Bradley
Emma Simpson
Ivan Poliakov
Professor John Matthews
Professor Patrick Olivier
et al.
Comparison of INTAKE24 (an Online 24-h Dietary Recall Tool) with Interviewer-Led 24-h Recall in 11–24 Year-Old2016
Jennifer Bradley
Emma Simpson
Professor Ashley Adamson
Ivan Poliakov
Professor Patrick Olivier
et al.
Comparison of INTAKE24 (an online 24hr dietary recall tool) with an interviewer-led 24hr recall method in 11-16 year olds2015
Emma Simpson
Jennifer Bradley
Ivan Poliakov
Dr Emma Foster
Dan Jackson
et al.
Iterative development of an online dietary recall tool, INTAKE242015
Mary Webster
Dr Emma Foster
Dr Robert Comber
Dr Simon Bowen
Dr Timothy Cheetham
et al.
Understanding the lived experience of adolescents with type 1 diabetes: opportunities for design2015
Dr Emma Foster
Validation of the Portuguese self-administered computerised 24-hour dietary recall among second-, third- and fourth-grade children2015
Leonie Mauerhoefer
Pia Kawelke
Ivan Poliakov
Professor Patrick Olivier
Dr Emma Foster
et al.
An exploration of the feasibility of using Google Glass for dietary assessment2014
Dr Emma Foster
Professor Ashley Adamson
Challenges involved in measuring intake in early life: focus on methods2014
Dr Emma Foster
Adrian Hawkins
Emma Simpson
Professor Ashley Adamson
Developing an interactive portion size assessment system (IPSAS) for use with children2014
Dr Emma Foster
Adrian Hawkins
Jennifer Bradley
Professor Ashley Adamson
Reducing the cost of dietary assessment: Self-Completed Recall and Analysis of Nutrition for use with children (SCRAN24)2014
Leonie Mauerhoefer
Pia Kawelke
Ivan Poliakov
Professor Patrick Olivier
Dr Emma Foster
et al.
Testing the feasibility of Intake24 as an portion size estimation aid2014
Professor John Mathers
Professor Thomas Hill
Dr Emma Foster
Professor Ashley Adamson
Dr Ruth Valentine
et al.
Twenty years of research in the Human Nutrition Research Centre, Newcastle University, 1994-20142014
Dr Emma Foster
Professor John Mathers
Professor Ashley Adamson
Packaged food intake by British children aged 0 to 6 years2010
Dr Emma Foster
Professor Ashley Adamson
Dr Wendy Wrieden
Estimation of portion size in children's dietary assessment: lessons learnt2009
Professor Ashley Adamson
Dr Joanna Collerton
Dr Karen Davies
Dr Emma Foster
Emerita Professor Carol Jagger
et al.
Nutrition in advanced age: dietary assessment in the Newcastle 85+ Study2009
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 Emma Foster
Professor John Matthews
Professor Julie Harris
Professor John Mathers
Professor Ashley Adamson
et al.
Accuracy of estimates of food portion size using food photographs - The importance of using age-appropriate tools2006
Dr Emma Foster
Professor John Matthews
Professor John Mathers
Professor Paula Moynihan
Professor Ashley Adamson
et al.
Packaged food intake by children aged 0 to 16 years (g/kg body weight)2005
Dr Emma Foster
Dr Catherine Higgins
Professor Ashley Adamson
The impact of a school-based nutrition education intervention on dietary intake and cognitive and attitudinal variables relating to fruits and vegetables2005
Dr Emma Foster
Professor John Matthews
Professor Ashley Adamson
The development and evaluation of portion size assessment tools for use with children2004
Dr Emma Foster
Professor Ashley Adamson
A comparison of children's and adult's ability to estimate portion size using food photographs2003
Dr Emma Foster
Professor Ashley Adamson
Portion size estimation by Primary school children2001
Dr Catherine Higgins
Dr Emma Foster
Professor Ashley Adamson
Children’s understanding of fruits and vegetables – implications for nutrition education2000
Dr Emma Foster
Professor Ashley Adamson
Dr Catherine Higgins
The consumption of fruits and vegetables by Scottish children of primary school age2000