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Dr. Katherine Cullerton is a Research Fellow in the School of Public Health at the University of Queensland. Katherine has extensive experience working in in a range of public health sectors and settings in Australia and in the UK. Her current research focuses on why evidence doesn’t translate into policy and how advocates can better shape nutrition policy. We talk all things politics, politicians and public health nutrition and Katherine gives some great ideas on how we can all, as individuals, or as members of organizations easily advocate in our communities and what to look for when assessing policy commitments.
For further information, check out Katherine's researcher profile at the University of Queensland, especially the article titled 'Effective advocacy strategies for influencing government nutrition policy: a conceptual model' ; and Katherine's Twitter.
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Host: Sophie Wright-Pedersen
With thanks to Dr. Katherine Cullerton for her time and thoughts
The Foodies in the Field podcast would like to acknowledge the traditional owners of the land on which this podcast was made and where Katherine was speaking from, the Turrbal and Yuggera people, as well as the lands from where you may be listening from today. We pay respects to elders both past and present and acknowledge that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people were the first foodies of this nation.