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Co-designing resources to increase access to information and services
A research project led by Angela Dew has seen the co-design of resources for Arabic speaking families and people with disability from refugee backgrounds.
New review: Do healthy eating strategies in early childhood education and care settings work?
Serene Yoong and her team have published a review of what works in early childhood education and care settings when it comes to children’s dietary intake. Access the full review and summary on the National Centre of Implementation Science website.
- Everyone at ACBRD, who this month have embarked on a new partnership to research and reduce diabetes stigma with the diaTribe Foundation.
- Jasmine Schipp, who made made an excellent defence of her thesis, Perspectives of adults with type 1 diabetes using open-source technologies and her examiners recommended that her PhD be awarded by Deakin University and the University of Copenhagen.
- Carolina Venegas Hargous, Steven Allender, Colin Bell and their colleagues, whose scoping review on double- and triple-duty actions in childhood for addressing the global syndemic of obesity, undernutrition, and climate change was selected as Editor’s Choice Article by Wiley Clinical Health.
- Deakin Health Economics, who received several mentions in the recently released interim report from the Oral Health Select Committee; particular congratulations to Tan Nguyen from DHE, who led the drafting of the report.
- Gabrielle Burdeu, Stephanie Sprogis and Josh Allen from QPS who recently graduated with their PhDs.
- Gary Sacks, Jasmine Chan, Ella Robinson, Adrian Cameron on the publication of Evidence review of food retailer actions to support healthier supermarket food environments for children with UNICEF.