Join us for this special RE-FRESH + Nourish Network online live-streamed expert panel event


Time: 1.30pm -2.30pm AEDT
Registration essential for this FREE event


Join RE-FRESH & the Nourish Network for a livestreamed panel discussion exploring how public health research has supported government and health and wellbeing agencies to deliver effective health promotion and prevention strategies 

As the Centre of Research Excellence in Food Retail Environments for Health (RE-FRESH) approaches the end of its current iteration, we are pleased to be bringing together a group of our partners to discuss how our research can continue to support our partners to improve the health of food environments and deliver evidence-based health promotion strategies. 

In a panel discussion led by the Director of RE-FRESH and the Nourish Network, Alfred Deakin Professor Anna Peeters AM, you will hear will about what evidence partners value, how research can support their aims and how we can all work collaboratively to bring about wide-reaching food environment change. 

This panel will feature academic and practice experts, including: 

  • RE-FRESH researcher Dr Tailane Scapin, from the Global Centre for Preventive Health and Nutrition at Deakin University, who collaborates with UNICEF to develop action-oriented strategies to create healthier retail food environments for the prevention of child overweight and obesity in East Asia;  
  • Victoria Hobbs, Coordinator of the Nourish Network, who will be speaking from her experience as a facilitator between researchers and government/health agencies working to deliver effective health promotion; 
  • Brigitte Annois, Nutrition Policy Advisor at the Healthy Eating Advisory Service at Nutrition Australia, who leads the implementation of Victorian Government’s Policy Directive for all Victorian Public Health Services. 
  • Sherridan Cluff, Senior Dietitian at Health and Wellbeing Queensland, who is a partnering with RE-FRESH researchers on a study to improve the healthiness of food retail environments, at scale. 


What you can expect 

You will hear examples of how Australian health promotion agencies are using public health research to support their work.  


Who will benefit from attending? 

  • Members of organisations considering partnering with researchers 
  • State and local government organisation representatives 
  • Health service representatives 
  • Academics in public health   
  • All those passionate about the intersection of food and health 



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