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I have experience on both quantitative and qualitative research methods, as well as fieldwork experience in clinical nutrition, health promotion and nutrition interventions (especially with young p
Foodbank Histories is a collaborative research partnership between the Newcastle West End Foodbank (NWEF), Northern Cultural Projects CIC, and Newcastle University Oral History Unit & Collectiv
My research focusses on coherent inference over a network of probabilistic systems for decision support with applications to food security.
My research involves qualitative ethnographic research exploring people's experiences of food poverty and foodbank use in Northamptonshire, East Midlands; as well as a small scale mid-methods evalu
I have been researching the food systems of Wales for nearly ten years both within the School of Geography and the School of Social Science at Bangor University. This began with an exploration into
I work in the fields of rural food poverty, child poverty and food insecurity and holiday hunger/nurture.
My work with community-based organisations, local authorities, and national charities considers the ways that national policy has everyday effects that shape how people access and engage with food
I lead the WI's work on food poverty.
In 2017/18 I have been undertaking research into the work of food banks and community cooking projects, looking at the social impact of these initiatives in the Preston and East Lancashire region.
I am currently researching food insecurity through the relational spaces of family, friendships and other social relations given the significance of family and wider kin networks in providing care
My current research project (Year 1) in on the motivation of food bank volunteers. I am looking at the differences between 'frontline' and trustee volunteers, the influence of faith and beliefs and