Affiliation: University of Otago
Country: New Zealand
- Nutrition policy in whose interests? A New Zealand case studyGabrielle Jenkin
Department of Public Health, Health Promotion and Policy Research Unit, University of Otago, Wellington, PO Box 7343, Wellington South 6242, New Zealand
Public Health Nutr 15:1483-8. 2012..In the context of the global obesity epidemic, national nutrition policies have come under scrutiny. The present paper examines whose interests - industry or public health - are served by these policies and why...
- Identifying 'unhealthy' food advertising on television: a case study applying the UK Nutrient Profile modelGabrielle Jenkin
Department of Public Health, Health Promotion and Policy Research Unit, University of Otago, Wellington, New Zealand
Public Health Nutr 12:614-23. 2009..To evaluate the feasibility of the UK Nutrient Profile (NP) model for identifying 'unhealthy' food advertisements using a case study of New Zealand television advertisements...
- Framing obesity: the framing contest between industry and public health at the New Zealand inquiry into obesityG L Jenkin
Health Promotion and Policy Research Unit, Department of Public Health, University of Otago, Wellington, New Zealand
Obes Rev 12:1022-30. 2011....
- Informing outdoor smokefree policy: methods for measuring the proportion of people smoking in outdoor public areasGeorge Thomson
University of Otago, Wellington Mein St, Wellington, New Zealand
Health Place 20:19-24. 2013..To advance the design and implementation of outdoor smokefree area policies, we aimed to develop simple, low-cost methods for measuring smoking in a variety of public places...
- The New Zealand Socio-economic Index of Occupational Status: methodological revision and imputation for missing dataPeter Davis
Department of Public Health and General Practice, Christchurch School of Medicine and Health Sciences, University of Otago, New Zealand
Aust N Z J Public Health 28:113-9. 2004..To revise and update the New Zealand Socio-economic Index (NZSEI) in the light of methodological issues in its construction, and to develop an imputation method for use where occupational information is not available...