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My work is primarily focused on researching public health interventions aiming to improve nutritional status and reduce obesity at a population level. To this end I work closely with colleagues in the Public Health department at Norfolk County Council to provide external evaluation of weight management and nutritional health programmes they commission in the local area. I also have an interest in epidemiological aspects of nutrition and am researching associations between specific dietary components and bone health.
Master of Public Health, University of Essex
Award Date: 1 Jan 2012
Doctor of Philosophy, Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry
Award Date: 1 Jan 2007
Bachelor of Science, Southampton Solent University
Award Date: 1 Jan 2003
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Fracture Incidence and the Relevance of Dietary and Lifestyle Factors Differ in the United Kingdom and Hong Kong: An International Comparison of Longitudinal Cohort Study DataHayhoe, R. P. G., Chan, R., Skinner, J., Leung, J., Jennings, A., Khaw, K-T., Woo, J. & Welch, A. A., 3 Jun 2021, In : Calcified Tissue International.
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Hayhoe, R. P. G., Ramsay, S. E., Granic, A., Isanejad, M., Roberts, H. C., Wilson, D., Welch, C., Hurst, C., Atkins, J. L., Mendonça, N., Horner, K., Tuttiett, E. R., Morgan, Y., Heslop, P., Williams, E. A., Steves, C. J., Greig, C. & 6 others, , 9 Jul 2021, In : Nutrients. 13, 7, 2349.
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Positive associations of dietary intake and plasma concentrations of vitamin E with skeletal muscle mass, heel bone ultrasound attenuation and fracture risk in the EPIC–Norfolk cohortMulligan, A., Hayhoe, R., Luben, R. & Welch, A., Feb 2021, In : Antioxidants. 10, 2, 159.
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Predicting Malnutrition Risk with Data from Routinely Measured Clinical Biochemical Diagnostic Tests in Free-Living Older Populations: Malnutrition in populationsTruijen, S., Hayhoe, R., Hooper, L., Schoenmakers, I., Forbes, A. & Welch, A., 31 May 2021, In : Nutrients. 13, 6, 24 p., 1883.
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