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Kelly Rose is a registered nutritionist, currently supporting teaching in a graduate tutor role within nutrition and dietetics modules at Teesside University. Her PhD study is focusing on the secondary school food environment.
Kelly received her first degree 'Food, Nutrition and Health science'(first class hons) from Teesside University, followed by a PGCE before working as a food and nutrition teacher in Macmillan Academy. In the role of 'Head of Health Education' Kelly was responsible for improving school health outcomes via whole systems approaches, this included coordinating and supporting health improvement campaigns, adapting the curriculum and school food provision.
External Roles and Professional Activities
Kelly is a member of Fuse, having contributed two blog posts in 2019 and 2020, on the topic of adolescent diets and PhD reflections. Kelly has been a member of the Association for Nutrition (AfN) UK, for the past five years, commiting to regular CPD. She is also the Nutrition Society student ambassador for Teesside University.
Other organisation memberships:
Association for the study of Obesity (ASO)
British Nutrition Foundation
Plant based health proffessionals UK
University of Sunderland
1 Sep 2010 → 6 Jun 2011
Award Date: 6 Jun 2011
Bachelor, Teesside University
1 Sep 2007 → 3 May 2010
Award Date: 3 May 2010
The impact of and views on school food policy in young people aged 11-18 years: A mixed method systematic reviewRose, K., Eskandari, F., Lake, A., O'Malley, C., Brown, L. & Ells, L., 1 Sep 2020, Obesity Reviews . Wiley, p. 97 1 p. EP-168
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Conference contribution
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article