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Introduction to systems thinking and complexity science for food in schools. The GENIUS School Food Network will be conducting an online Systems Mapping training session for members
The CONNECTS-Food study are recruiting teachers, procurers and catering stakeholders to take part in a workshop to tell them what factors influences what children eat in a school day.
New report published by Dr Gurpinder Singh Lalli, Senior Lecturer in Education and Inclusion Studies at University of Wolverhampton
The CONNECTS-Food study (CO-desigNed systems iNtervEntion impaCTing whole school approaches to Food) aims to design a practical intervention to help primary schools deliver existing policies which promote whole school approaches to food.
The row over inadequate food parcels for vulnerable children saw caterers in the line of fire. But issues with free school meal provision run much deeper. Nick Hughes reports. www.footprint.digital
The ASM will include keynote speakers, parallel sessions, research awards, special interest group meetings, early-career and mid-career researcher sessions, the Society’s Annual General Meeting, and chances to network and socialise.
GENIUS has linked in with a study that seeks to explore how to simplify school food policy and funding mechanisms, Find out how you can help here!
We are delighted to announce the successful application to form this UKSBM Special Interest Group which will focus on behavioural medicine research exploring the complex relationship between children’s lifestyle behaviours, wellbeing and health.
New study launched to explore the impact of Covid-19 restrictions on the lives of children aged 11-15 years Title: Short and long term impacts of Covid-19 on Older childreN's healTh-Related behAviours, learning and wellbeing STudy
Written by Dr Laura Johnson and Dr Zoi Toumpakari Family life has been transformed by lockdown. Since schools closed on 23rd March many families have had to create classrooms at home and juggle home-schooling with home working