BSc(Hons) MSc RNutr
Health Behaviours Researcher
I am a researcher working within the Health Behaviours work package of the Livestock, Environment and People (LEAP) project. My research focuses on the development and testing of behavioural interventions designed to help people make more environmentally sustainable food choices.
I'm currently leading a digital randomised controlled trial, and a pre-post observational study, to evaluate the effectiveness of a self-regulation intervention to reduce individual’s meat consumption.
I am also a Registered Public Health Nutritionist (RNutr) registered with the Association for Nutrition. Before starting my research role I worked at Marks & Spencer HQ as an Associate Nutritionist.
My research interests include public health, behaviour change and sustainable diets.
Estimating the effect of moving meat-free products to the meat aisle on sales of meat and meat-free products: A non-randomised controlled intervention study in a large UK supermarket chain.
Piernas C. et al, (2021), PLoS Med, 18
Development and reliability of the oxford meat frequency questionnaire
Stewart C. et al, (2021), Nutrients, 13, 1 - 14
The Effects of Environmental Sustainability Labels on Selection, Purchase, and Consumption of Food and Drink Products: A Systematic Review
Potter C. et al, (2021), Environment and Behavior