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Jennifer Bradley
Maisie Rowland
Joe Matthews
Professor Ashley Adamson
Dr Suzanne Spence
et al.
A comparison of food portion size estimation methods among 11-12 year olds: 3D food models vs an online tool using food portion photos (Intake24)2021
Dr Suzanne Spence
Professor John Matthews
Dr Lorraine McSweeney
Maisie Rowland
Professor Ashley Adamson
et al.
Implementation of Universal Infant Free School Meals: A pilot study in NE England exploring the impact on Key Stage 1 pupil's dietary intake2021
Professor Ashley Adamson
Dr Suzanne Spence
Maisie Rowland
The Food provision, cUlture and Environment in secondary schooLs (FUEL) study: protocol of a mixed methods evaluation of national School Food Standards implementation in secondary schools and their impact on pupils' dietary intake and dental health2020
Dr Suzanne Spence
Professor John Matthews
Dr Lorraine McSweeney
Maisie Rowland
Phoebe Orango
et al.
A natural experimental evaluation of the effect of universal infant free school meals on key stage 1 pupil’s dietary intake in northeast England: a pilot study2019
Dr Lorraine McSweeney
Jennifer Bradley
Professor Ashley Adamson
Dr Suzanne Spence
Exploring pupil and staff perceptions of school food and drinks: Findings from a feasibility study2019
Dr Lorraine McSweeney
Jennifer Bradley
Professor Ashley Adamson
Dr Suzanne Spence
The 'Voice' of Key Stakeholders in a School Food and Drink Intervention in Two Secondary Schools in NE England: Findings from a Feasibility Study2019
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 Lorraine McSweeney
Dr Suzanne Spence
Dr Wendy Wrieden
Dr Katie Haighton
Parental perceptions of on-site hospital food outlets: A qualitative interview study2018
Dr Suzanne Spence
Professor Martin White
Professor Ashley Adamson
Professor John Matthews
Does the use of passive or active consent affect consent or completion rates, or dietary data quality? Repeat cross-sectional survey among school children aged 11–12 years2015
Dr Suzanne Spence
Professor John Matthews
Professor Martin White
Professor Ashley Adamson
A repeat cross-sectional study examining the equitable impact of nutritional standards for school lunches in England in 2008 on the diets of 4-7y olds across the socio-economic spectrum2014
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