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Volume 16 Special Issue 5A

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Abstracts of the congress World Nutrition Rio2012

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Foreword

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Abstracts

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PHN volume 16 issue 5A Cover and Front matter

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PHN volume 16 issue 5A Cover and Back matter

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School food standards in the UK: Implementation and evaluation

13 May 2013 Public Health Nutrition http://journals.cambridge.org/download.php School food standards in the UK: Implementation and evaluation ...

Volume 16 Issue 06

Public Health Nutrition, Volume 16 Issue 06 ...

Hunger, overconsumption and youth: future directions for research in school-based public health nutrition strategies

Editorial Bent Egberg Mikkelsen, Punam Ohri-Vachaspati, Public Health Nutrition, Volume 16 Issue 06, pp 953-955 Abstract ...

School food and nutrition: developing the evidence base for policy

Editorial Michael Nelson, Joäo Breda, Public Health Nutrition, Volume 16 Issue 06, pp 955-957 Abstract ...

School food research: building the evidence base for policy

Research Articles Michael Nelson, João Breda, Public Health Nutrition, Volume 16 Issue 06, pp 958-967 Abstract ...

School lunches v. packed lunches: a comparison of secondary schools in England following the introduction of compulsory school food standards

Research Articles Lesley Stevens, Jo Nicholas, Lesley Wood, Michael Nelson, Public Health Nutrition, Volume 16 Issue 06, pp 1037-1042 Abstract ...

School food standards in the UK: implementation and evaluation

Research Articles Ashley Adamson, Suzanne Spence, Lowri Reed, Ruth Conway, Alison Palmer, Eve Stewart, Jennifer McBratney, Lynne Carter, Shirley Beattie, Michael Nelson, Public Health Nutrition, Volume 16 Issue 06, pp 968-981 Abstract ...

School food and nutrition policy, monitoring and evaluation in the USA

Research Articles Jay Hirschman, Jamie F Chriqui, Public Health Nutrition, Volume 16 Issue 06, pp 982-988 Abstract ...

The Brazilian school feeding programme: an example of an integrated programme in support of food and nutrition security

Research Articles Emilie Sidaner, Daniel Balaban, Luciene Burlandy, Public Health Nutrition, Volume 16 Issue 06, pp 989-994 Abstract ...

School feeding, moving from practice to policy: reflections on building sustainable monitoring and evaluation systems

Research Articles Aulo Gelli, Francisco Espejo, Public Health Nutrition, Volume 16 Issue 06, pp 995-999 Abstract ...

A socio-ecological perspective on behavioural interventions to influence food choice in schools: alternative, complementary or synergistic?

Research Articles Laurence Moore, Andrea de Silva-Sanigorski, Sue N Moore, Public Health Nutrition, Volume 16 Issue 06, pp 1000-1005 Abstract ...

School food cost–benefits: England

Research Articles Michael Nelson, Public Health Nutrition, Volume 16 Issue 06, pp 1006-1011 Abstract ...

School food, politics and child health

Review Articles Donald AP Bundy, Lesley J Drake, Carmen Burbano, Public Health Nutrition, Volume 16 Issue 06, pp 1012-1019 Abstract ...

At the crossroads: new paradigms of food security, public health nutrition and school food

Research Articles Leah M Ashe, Roberta Sonnino, Public Health Nutrition, Volume 16 Issue 06, pp 1020-1027 Abstract ...

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