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Food Environments: defining, measuring and developing interventions

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Dr Amelia A Lake is a dietitian and public health nutritionist. Amelia works as a Lecturer in Knowledge Exchange in Public Health at Durham University and is a member of FUSE – The Centre for Translational Research. Her current work is to explore the Obesogenic Environment. Amelia has a particular interest in the food environment, the environments of young people, the workplace environment and knowledge exchange. Her research involves transdisciplinary collaborations to examine how the environment interacts with individual behaviours.

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