Seminar talk by Prof. Stewart-Knox on the 'Food4Me project', 1-2pm on Wed 27th November
As part of the Division of Psychology’s seminar series, Prof. Barbara Stewart-Knox will be giving a talk entitled ‘Introducing the Food4Me project’ on Wednesday 27th November between 1 and 2pm in Chesham C2.06. Please see the abstract below for more details.
The EU funded Food4Me integrated project team is comprised of 25 partners including the University of Bradford (Division of Psychology). Food4Me aims to inform the design and implementation of future personalised nutrition service provision. The largest study of its kind, Food4Me has adopted a cross-national, interdisciplinary, mixed method research approach to engage with the general public and stakeholders on matters of salience to food and health. A focus of the study has been on the social psychology of food behaviour. This seminar will introduce the various project elements, study populations and present some preliminary qualitative and survey findings. The purpose will be to prompt discussion with a view to the development of collaborative research questions.