Eloise is an Early Career Research Fellow passionate about public health and wellbeing. Eloise first joined the Centre in 2018 as a part-time Research Assistant, before beginning her PhD in 2019 within the Institute for Physical Activity and Nutrition (IPAN) at Deakin University. Eloise’s recently completed PhD explored the use of screens during shared mealtimes in families with young children. Eloise has worked at Deakin as a researcher on nutrition, physical activity and diabetes related projects, since 2012. Eloise is also a member of the CRE-EPOCH Knowledge Translation & Dissemination team at the University of Sydney.
Eloise’s main research interests include reducing socioeconomic inequities and health related stigma, family and individual behaviour change, participatory and qualitative research, nutrition and family mealtimes.
Eloise’s current Research Fellow role within the ACBRD includes supporting Elizabeth Holmes-Truscott with the Social Experiences in Gestational Diabetes project, as well as diabetes related stigma and language research.
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