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Public views of the benefits and barriers to the consumption of a plant-based diet
Objective:The aim of this study was to examine consumers' perceived benefits and barriers to the consumption of a plant-based diet.Design:Mail survey that included questions on perceived benefits andExpand
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Consumers' readiness to eat a plant-based diet
Objective:The aim of this study was to examine consumers' readiness to change to a plant-based diet.Design:Mail survey that included questions on readiness to change, eating habits and perceivedExpand
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Public perceptions of the causes and prevention of obesity among primary school children
OBJECTIVE: To investigate lay perceptions of the causes and prevention of obesity among primary school children.DESIGN: A cross-sectional survey of randomly selected sample of adults in a shoppingExpand
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Doves and hawks: practice educators’ attitudes towards interprofessional learning
The authors offer a critical account of interprofessional learning and working within the spheres of health and social care. The ‘joined up’ imperatives promoted by central government are compared toExpand
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Consumers and food product label information
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Doing Social Work Research
What's Distinctive about Social Work Research? Practitioner Research - Engaging with Individuals, Organizations and Communities The Ethics of Social Work Research Service Users, Carers and SocialExpand
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The State of Regulation in England: From the General Social Care Council to the Health and Care Professions Council
In this paper, we analyse the way in which social work, as a profession, has coped with and responded to the various forms of regulation to which it has been subject in England. First, we brieflyExpand
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Great Expectations: The Growing Divide between Students and Social Work Educators
This article examines and reflects upon initial findings from a longitudinal study evaluating the experiences and views of students on professional social work programmes across four higher educationExpand
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How to improve the impact of nutrition guidance by general physicians: Public health versus individual patient?
  • A. Worsley
  • Medicine
  • European Journal of Clinical Nutrition
  • 1 May 1999
This paper will review the impacts that family physicians might exert over their patients’ health, wellbeing and nutrition status. It commences with the examination of some of the characteristics ofExpand
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