AsPr Karen Campbell

STAFF PROFILE

Position

Associate Professor

Faculty

Faculty of Health

Department

School of Exercise & Nut. Sci.

Campus

Melbourne Burwood Campus

Qualifications

Graduate Diploma (Dietetics), Deakin University, 1981
Bachelor of Science, Deakin University, 1981
Graduate Diploma of Health Education, La Trobe University, 1989
Master of Public Health, Monash University, 1998
Doctor of Philosophy, Deakin University, 2004

Contact

Research interests

A/Prof Campbell's program of research is characterised by the design and trialing of high quality randomised controlled trials testing interventions to promote best diet, activity and weight outcomes across pregnancy and early life.  This work includes:
*studies describing determinants of parent's dietary, activity and parenting behaviours
*studies describing young children's diet, activity and sedentary behaviours
health care provider (e.g. midwife and GP) engagement with pregnant women and children
*the development of research measurement tools (e.g. short measures of diet, feeding style)
*and in turn, the application of these findings and tools to intervention design and evaluation

Key features of the intervention studies she is involved in are scalability, ensuring uptake in the community, and relatedly, the ulitisation of mobile and e-health technologies.

Studies Currently Underway include:

The Growing healthy  study (funded by APHCRI 2012-2016). This study  trials a mobile phone app which aims to improve best practice infant feeding across the first nine months of life.  The website associtated with this app can be found here

Affiliations

Australian Child and Adolescent Obesity Research Network (ACAORN)

Australian and New Zealand Obesity Society (ANZOS)

Public Health Association of Australia (PHA)

Australasian Society for Behavioural Health and Medicine (ASBHM)

International Society for Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity (ISBNPA)




 

Teaching interests

Supervises 4 PhD students

Knowledge areas

  • Early childhood nutrition and eating behaviorus
  • Parent feeding styles and engagement
  • Obesity prevention across pregnancy and early life
  • Design and trailing of behavioral interventions
  • Public health nutrition interventions
  • Public health nutrition

Conferences

A/Prof Campbell frequently presents her research at professional conferences and meetings. 

 Invited and fully funded international presentations


• Massey University, Nutrition for Health Professionals Symposia; Auckland NZ, June 2016
• International Congress of Obesity 2014, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, March 2014
• International Congress of Dietetics 2013, Sydney, October 2013
• Australian and New Zealand Obesity Society Conference, Auckland, October  2012

Invited partially funded international presentations

 •National Institute of Public Health, University Southern Denmark
• MRC Epidemiology Unit, Cambridge University
• MRC Lifecourse Epidemiolgy Unit, University of Southhampton
• Health Behaviour Research Centre, University College London
• The World Cancer Research Fund UK, (London)

Invited national presentations 2013-2016
• Sydney University launch of the NHMRC Centre for Research Excellence  Early Prevention of Obesity in Childhood ( April 2016 )

•University of Adelaide Obesity in Pregnancy Research and Translation Alliance  (2015 funded)
• Aust/NZ Obesity Society  Developmental Origins of Obesity workshop (Melb 2015)

• Maternal &Child Health Conference (Melb 2014)

• Geelong GP’s Study Group (Geelong 2014)

• QLD University of Technology (Bris 2013 funded)

• National Heart Foundation (Melb 2013)

• Parenting Research Centre (Melb 2013)
 

Professional activities

A/Prof Campbell serves/has recently served in the following roles:

2016- ongong: Associate Editor for the International Journal of Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity (IJBNPA)

2016- ongoing: Deputy Director for the NHMRC funded Early Prevention of Obesity in CHildhood Centre for Research Excellene (EPOCH CRE)

2016 - ongoing: Co-lead of the EPOCH CRE Translation of obesity prevention interventions in childhood stream

2002-15:   Member of the the Australasian Child and Adolescent Research Network (ACAORN) - the peak child obesity research group in Australia. Funding ceased in 2015.  I was a founding member and led the prevention stream of the network from 2008-10.

2013: Expert member of the ANPHA funded project "The cost-effectiveness and consumer acceptability of taxation strategies to reduce rates of overweight and obesity amongst children in Australia" (Brisbane  )

2010-2013:  Executive member of Parents’ Voice – a lead parent advocacy group focussed on children's diet and physical activity

1998- 2013: Member of the Public Health Association’s Food and Nutrition Special Interest Group, (the lead advocacy group for national food and health policy which I founded in 1996).

2008-2010: CSIRO Healthy Weight and Wellbeing for Children initiative

2004-2006: Department of Human Services Victoria 'Filling the Gaps - 'new parent resource' steering committee

2006-2008: National Heart Foundation of Australia Children and Families Initiative

Awards

2012  Victorian Health Promotion Foundation’s David Hill Award for Knowledge/Translation

2009 Vice Chancellors Award for Research Excellence (Early Career Researcher)

2007-2011 Victorian Health Promotion Foundation Public Health Research Fellowship

2007-2011 National Health and Medical Research Council Project Grant (#425801)

2008-2010 National Heart Foundation of Australia Research Grant

2007 Central University Research Grant

2004-2006 National Heart Foundation of Australia Post Doctoral Fellowship

2000-2003 National Health and Medical Research Council Public Health Scholarship
 

Projects

A/Prof Campbell current research projects include:

Victorian translation of the Infant Program to Healthy Together Communities:  The Melbourne  Infant Program was conceived and trialled by Drs Campbell and Hesketh in 2008-2013.  The resulting Infant Program was chosen by the Department of Health Victoria to be translated to community settings.  Since commencing this important work we have:

• engaged with 18  local government areas (LGAs) across Victoria
• provided 1-day training to 78 Maternal and Child Health workers across12 LGAs
• delivered Deakin’s Infant Program to an estimated 950 families


LGA interest in this program continues to grow and in 2016 four LGAs have used their evaluation of local delivery of the Infant Program to secure sustainable program delivery funding for the next 3 years, providing real evidence of strengthening partner enterprise and adding value to the broader community. 


Importantly this program of work adds substantively to the very small body of work reflecting the translation of health promotion research to policy and practice.

The Chinese Infant Feeding Program: I lead a program of work that seeks to describe the feeding practices and the weight trajectories of infants born to Chinese immigrant mothers in Australia. Publications by masters student Konsita Konswara and Dr Kristy Bolton will be available in 2016.

The Growing healthy app: funded by the Australian Primary Health Care Research Institute I have co-led the trailling of a mobile phone application (app) which aims to promote best practice feeding across the first nine months of life. This trail concluded in July 2016.

Txt4Two: Led by PhD student Jane Willcox (Campbell principal supervisor), txt4two has trailled an mhealth texting and web based intervention to promote healthy diet, physical activity and gestational weight gain in overweight pregnant women. This trail concluded in 2016 and results will be published this year.

Publications

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2016

Mothers' perceptions of Melbourne InFANT Program : informing future practice

Mrs Priscilla Lai Han Lunn, Ms Sanae Roberts, Dr Alison Spence, A/Prof Kylie Hesketh, A/Prof Karen Campbell

(2016), Vol. 31, pp. 614-622, Health promotion international, Oxford, Eng., C1

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Iron intakes of Australian infants and toddlers: findings from the Melbourne Infant Feeding, Activity and Nutrition Trial (InFANT) Program

Ms Linda Atkins, A/Prof Sarah Mcnaughton, A/Prof Karen Campbell, Dr Ewa Szymlek-Gay

(2016), Vol. 115, pp. 285-293, The British journal of nutrition, Cambridge, Eng., C1

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24-h urinary sodium excretion is associated with obesity in a cross-sectional sample of Australian schoolchildren

Ms Carley Grimes, A/Prof Lynn Riddell, A/Prof Karen Campbell, F J He, Prof Caryl Nowson

(2016), Vol. 115, pp. 1071-1079, British journal of nutrition, Cambridge, Eng., C1

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Effects of parent and child behaviours on overweight and obesity in infants and young children from disadvantaged backgrounds: systematic review with narrative synthesis

Georgina Russell, Sarah Taki, Dr Rachel Laws, Ms Leva Azadi, A/Prof Karen Campbell, Dr Rosalind Elliott, Prof John Lynch, Prof Kylie Ball, A/Prof Rachael Taylor, Elizabeth Denney-Wilson

(2016), Vol. 16, pp. 1-13, BMC public health, London, Eng., C1

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Dietary sources and sodium intake in a sample of Australian preschool children

Siobhan O`Halloran, Ms Carley Grimes, Dr Katie Lacy, Prof Caryl Nowson, A/Prof Karen Campbell

(2016), Vol. 6, pp. 1-10, BMJ Open, London, Eng., C1

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Maternal dietary intake and physical activity habits during the postpartum period: associations with clinician advice in a sample of Australian first time mothers

Ms Paige van der Pligt, Dr Ellinor Olander, Prof Kylie Ball, Prof David Crawford, A/Prof Kylie Hesketh, Dr Megan Teychenne, A/Prof Karen Campbell

(2016), Vol. 16, pp. 1-10, BMC pregnancy and childbirth, London, Eng., C1

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The extended Infant Feeding, Activity and Nutrition Trial (InFANT Extend) Program : a cluster-randomized controlled trial of an early intervention to prevent childhood obesity

A/Prof Karen Campbell, A/Prof Kylie Hesketh, A/Prof Sarah Mcnaughton, Prof Kylie Ball, Dr Zoe McCallum, Prof John Lynch, Prof David Crawford

(2016), Vol. 16, pp. 1-10, BMC public health, London, Eng., C1

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A qualitative study of the infant feeding beliefs and behaviours of mothers with low educational attainment

Catherine Georgina Russell, Sarah Taki, Ms Leva Azadi, A/Prof Karen Campbell, Dr Rachel Laws, Dr Rosalind Elliott, Elizabeth Denney-Wilson

(2016), Vol. 16, pp. 1-14, BMC pediatrics, London, Eng., C1

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Association between parent and child dietary sodium and potassium intakes as assessed by 24-h urinary excretion

Miss Carrie Service, Ms Carley Grimes, A/Prof Lynn Riddell, F J He, A/Prof Karen Campbell, Prof Caryl Nowson

(2016), Vol. 8, pp. 1-10, Nutrients, Bern, Switzerland, C1

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Associations between physical activity, television viewing and postnatal depressive symptoms amongst healthy primiparous mothers

Dr Megan Teychenne, Dr Gavin Abbott, Ms Paige van der Pligt, Prof Kylie Ball, A/Prof Karen Campbell, Dr Catherine Milte, A/Prof Kylie Hesketh

(2016), Vol. 10, pp. 62-67, Mental health and physical activity, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

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The predictors of diet quality among Australian children aged 3.5 years

Ms Laura Collins, Dr Katie Lacy, A/Prof Karen Campbell, A/Prof Sarah Mcnaughton

(2016), Vol. 116, pp. 1114-1126.e2, Journal of the academy of nutrition and dietetics, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal
2015

Gestational weight gain information: seeking and sources among pregnant women

Jane Wilcox, A/Prof Karen Campbell, Dr Elizabeth McCarthy, Dr Martha Lappas, Prof Kylie Ball, Prof David Crawford, Alexis Shub, Dr Shelley Wilkinson

(2015), Vol. 15, pp. 1-10, BMC pregnancy childbirth, London, Eng., C1

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Obesity prevention in early life: an opportunity to better support the role of Maternal and Child Health Nurses in Australia

Dr Rachel Laws, A/Prof Karen Campbell, Ms Paige van der Pligt, Prof Kylie Ball, J. Lynch, Georgina Russell, A/Prof Rachael Taylor, Elizabeth Denney-Wilson

(2015), Vol. 14, pp. 1-14, BMC Nursing, London, Eng., C1

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Food sources of total energy and nutrients among U.S. infants and toddlers: national health and nutrition examination survey 2005-2012

Ms Carley Grimes, Dr Ewa Szymlek-Gay, A/Prof Karen Campbell, Theresa Nicklas

(2015), Vol. 7, pp. 6797-6836, Nutrients, Basel, Switzerland, C1

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A review of the relationship between socioeconomic position and the early-life predictors of obesity

Dr Adrian Cameron, Dr Alison Spence, Dr Rachel Laws, A/Prof Kylie Hesketh, Dr Sandrine Lioret Suteau, A/Prof Karen Campbell

(2015), Vol. 4, pp. 350-362, Current obesity reports, New York, N. Y., C1

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Views of women and health professionals on mHealth lifestyle interventions in pregnancy: a qualitative investigation

Ms Jane Willcox, Ms Paige van der Pligt, Prof Kylie Ball, Dr Shelley Wilkinson, Dr Martha Lappas, Dr Elizabeth McCarthy, A/Prof Karen Campbell

(2015), Vol. 3, pp. 1-11, JMIR Mhealth Uhealth, Toronto, Ont., C1

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Preventing obesity in infants: the growing healthy feasibility trial protocol

Elizabeth Denney-Wilson, Dr Rachel Laws, Catherine Georgina Russell, Dr Kok-Leong Ong, Sarah Taki, Roz Elliot, Ms Leva Azadi, Sharyn Lymer, A/Prof Rachael Taylor, Prof John Lynch, Prof David Crawford, Prof Kylie Ball, Deborah Askew, Mrs Eloise Litterbach, A/Prof Karen Campbell

(2015), Vol. 5, pp. 1-12, BMJ Open, London, Eng., C1

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Infant feeding websites and apps: a systematic assessment of quality and content

Sarah Taki, A/Prof Karen Campbell, Catherine G Russell, Dr Rosalind Elliott, Dr Rachel Laws, Elizabeth Denney-Wilson

(2015), Vol. 4, pp. 1-13, Interactive journal of medical research, Toronto, Ont., C1

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Strategies used by parents to influence their children's food preferences.

Catherine G Russell, Anthony Worsley, A/Prof Karen Campbell

(2015), Vol. 90, pp. 123-130, Appetite, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1-1

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Associations between dietary intakes of first-time fathers and their 20-month-old children are moderated by fathers' BMI, education and age

Mr Adam Walsh, Dr Adrian Cameron, A/Prof Kylie Hesketh, Prof David Crawford, A/Prof Karen Campbell

(2015), Vol. 114, pp. 988-994, British journal of nutrition, Cambridge, Eng., C1

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Maternal efficacy and sedentary behavior rules predict child obesity resilience

Prof David Crawford, Prof Kylie Ball, Dr Verity Cleland, Dr Lukar Thornton, Dr Gavin Abbott, A/Prof Sarah Mcnaughton, A/Prof Karen Campbell, Prof Johannes Brug, Prof Jo Salmon, Prof Anna Timperio

(2015), Vol. 2, pp. 1-11, BMC Obesity, London, Eng., C1

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Cross-sectional study of 24-hour urinary electrolyte excretion and associated health outcomes in a convenience sample of Australian primary schoolchildren: the salt and other nutrients in children (SONIC) study protocol

Ms Carley Grimes, Ms Janet Baxter, A/Prof Karen Campbell, A/Prof Lynn Riddell, Ms Manuela Rigo, Dr Gie Liem, Prof Russell Keast, Dr Feng He, Prof Caryl Nowson

(2015), Vol. 4, pp. 1-7, JMIR research protocols, Toronto, Ont., C1

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Association between maternal education and diet of children at 9 months is partially explained by mothers' diet

Dr Sandrine Lioret Suteau, Dr Adrian Cameron, A/Prof Sarah Mcnaughton, Prof David Crawford, Dr Alison Spence, A/Prof Kylie Hesketh, A/Prof Karen Campbell

(2015), Vol. 11, pp. 936-947, Maternal and child nutrition, London, Eng., C1

journal
2014

Preventing maternal and early childhood obesity: the fetal flaw in Australian perinatal care

Margaret Miller, Lydia Hearn, Ms Paige van der Pligt, Jane Wilcox, A/Prof Karen Campbell

(2014), Vol. 20, pp. 123-127, Australian journal of primary health, Melbourne, Vic, C1

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Maternal negative affect is associated with emotional feeding practices and emotional eating in young children

Rachel Rodgers, Prof Susan Paxton, Sian McLean, A/Prof Karen Campbell, Eleanor H. Wertheim, Prof Helen Skouteris, Ms Kay Gibbons

(2014), Vol. 80, pp. 242-247, Appetite, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

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A comparison of parental views of their pre-school children's healthy versus unhealthy diets. A qualitative study

Mrs Jacqueline Peters, Natalie Parletta, Prof John Lynch, A/Prof Karen Campbell

(2014), Vol. 76, pp. 129-136, Appetite, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal

Australasian nutrition research for prevention and management of child obesity: innovation and progress in the last decade.

Rebecca K. Golley, A/Prof Sarah Mcnaughton, Prof Clare Collins, Dr Anthea Magarey, Sarah P. Garnett, A/Prof Karen Campbell, K Mallan, Tracy Burrows

(2014), Vol. 9, pp. e132-e136, Pediatric Obesity, Oxford, London, C1

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Parental influences on the diets of 2- to 5-year-old children: systematic review of qualitative research

Mrs Jacqueline Peters, Natalie Parletta, A/Prof Karen Campbell, Prof John Lynch

(2014), Vol. 12, pp. 3-19, Journal of early childhood research, London, England, C1

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Randomized controlled trial of a telephone-based intervention for child fruit and vegetable intake: long-term follow-up

Luke Wolfenden, Rebecca J. Wyse, Elizabeth Campbell, Dr Leah Brennan, A/Prof Karen Campbell, Amanda Fletcher, A/Prof John Wiggers, Jenny Bowman, Todd R. Heard

(2014), Vol. 99, pp. 543-550, American journal of clinical nutrition, Bethesda, MD, C1

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A cluster randomised controlled trial of a telephone-based intervention targeting the home food environment of preschoolers (The Healthy Habits Trial): the effect on parent fruit and vegetable consumption

Rebecca J. Wyse, A/Prof Karen Campbell, Dr Leah Brennan, Luke Wolfenden

(2014), Vol. 11, pp. 1-9, International journal of behavioral nutrition and physical activity, London, Eng., C1

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Sources and correlates of sodium consumption in the first 2 years of life

A/Prof Karen Campbell, Gilly A. Hendrie, Prof Caryl Nowson, Ms Carley Grimes, Malcolm Riley, Dr Sandrine Lioret Suteau, A/Prof Sarah Mcnaughton

(2014), Vol. 114, pp. 1525-1532, Journal of the academy of nutrition and dietetics, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

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Dietary salt intake, sugar-sweetened beverage consumption, and obesity risk

Ms Carley Grimes, A/Prof Lynn Riddell, A/Prof Karen Campbell, Prof Caryl Nowson

(2014), Vol. 109, pp. 8-9, World Review of Nutrition and Dietetics, Basel, Switzerland, C1

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Variation in outcomes of the Melbourne Infant, Feeding, Activity and Nutrition Trial (InFANT) Program according to maternal education and age

Dr Adrian Cameron, Prof Kylie Ball, A/Prof Kylie Hesketh, A/Prof Sarah Mcnaughton, Prof Jo Salmon, Prof David Crawford, Dr Sandrine Lioret Suteau, A/Prof Karen Campbell

(2014), Vol. 58, pp. 58-63, Preventive Medicine, Waltham, Mass., C1

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The impact of interventions to prevent obesity or improve obesity related behaviours in children (0-5 years) from socioeconomically disadvantaged and/or indigenous families: a systematic review

Dr Rachel Laws, A/Prof Karen Campbell, Ms Paige van der Pligt, Georgina Russell, Prof Kylie Ball, Prof John Lynch, Prof David Crawford, A/Prof Rachael Taylor, Deborah Askew, Elizabeth Denney-Wilson

(2014), Vol. 14, pp. 1-18, BMC public health, London, England, C1

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The effect of an early childhood obesity intervention on father's obesity risk behaviors: the Melbourne InFANT program

Mr Adam Walsh, Dr Sandrine Lioret Suteau, Dr Adrian Cameron, A/Prof Kylie Hesketh, A/Prof Sarah Mcnaughton, Prof David Crawford, A/Prof Karen Campbell

(2014), Vol. 11, pp. 1-9, International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, London, UK, C1

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2013

Dietary salt intake assessed by 24 h urinary sodium excretion in Australian schoolchildren aged 5–13 years

Ms Carley Grimes, A/Prof Lynn Riddell, A/Prof Karen Campbell, Prof Caryl Nowson

(2013), Vol. 16, pp. 1789-1795, Public health nutrition, Cambridge, England, C1

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Maternal feeding practices predict weight gain and obesogenic eating behaviours in young children : a prospective study

Rachel Rodgers, Prof Susan Paxton, Robin Massey, A/Prof Karen Campbell, Eleanor H. Wertheim, Prof Helen Skouteris, Ms Kay Gibbons

(2013), Vol. 10, pp. 1-10, International journal of behavioural nutrition and physical activity, London, England, C1

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Do maternal body dissatisfaciton and dietary restraint predict weight gain in young pre-school children? A 1-year follow-up study

Rachel Rodgers, Prof Susan Paxton, Sian McLean, A/Prof Karen Campbell, Eleanor H. Wertheim, Prof Helen Skouteris, Ms Kay Gibbons

(2013), Vol. 67, pp. 30-36, Appetite, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal

Dietary salt intake, sugar-sweetened beverage consumption, and obesity risk

Ms Carley Grimes, A/Prof Lynn Riddell, A/Prof Karen Campbell, Prof Caryl Nowson

(2013), Vol. 131, pp. 14-21, Pediatrics, Elk Grove Village, Ill., C1

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Is socioeconomic status associated with dietary sodium intake in Australian children? A cross-sectional study

Ms Carley Grimes, A/Prof Karen Campbell, A/Prof Lynn Riddell, Prof Caryl Nowson

(2013), Vol. 3, pp. 1-7, BMJ Open, London, England, C1

journal

Pregnant women's knowledge of weight, weight gain, complications of obesity and weight management strategies in pregnancy

Alexis Shub, Miss Emily Huning, A/Prof Karen Campbell, Dr Elizabeth McCarthy

(2013), Vol. 6, pp. -, BMC research notes, London, England, C1

journal

The Melbourne infant feeding, activity and nutrition trial (InFANT) program follow-up

A/Prof Kylie Hesketh, A/Prof Karen Campbell, Prof Jo Salmon, A/Prof Sarah Mcnaughton, Dr Zoe McCallum, Dr Adrian Cameron, Prof Kylie Ball, Dr Lisa Gold, Dr Nick Andrianopoulous, Prof David Crawford

(2013), Vol. 34, pp. 145-151, Contemporary clinical trials, Philadelphia, Pa., C1

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A parent-focused intervention to reduce infant obesity risk behaviors : a randomized trial

A/Prof Karen Campbell, Dr Sandrine Lioret Suteau, A/Prof Sarah Mcnaughton, Prof David Crawford, Prof Jo Salmon, Prof Kylie Ball, Dr Zoe McCallum, Bibi Gerner, Dr Alison Spence, Dr Adrian Cameron, Miss Jill Hnatiuk, Dr Obioha Ukoumunne, Dr Lisa Gold, Dr Gavin Abbott, A/Prof Kylie Hesketh

(2013), Vol. 131, pp. 652-660, Pediatrics, Elk Grove Village, Ill., C1

journal

Cohort profile : The resilience for eating and activity despite inequality (READI) study

Prof Kylie Ball, Dr Verity Cleland, Prof Jo Salmon, Prof Anna Timperio, A/Prof Sarah Mcnaughton, Dr Lukar Thornton, A/Prof Karen Campbell, Dr Michelle Jackson, Prof Louise Baur, Prof Gita Mishra, Prof Johannes Brug, RW Jeffery, Abby C. King, Ichiro Kawachi, Prof David Crawford

(2013), Vol. 42, pp. 1629-1639, International journal of epidemiology, Oxford, England, C1-1

journal
2012

Excess gestational weight gain : an exploration of midwives' views and practice.

Ms Jane Willcox, A/Prof Karen Campbell, Ms Paige van der Pligt, A/Prof Elizabeth Hoban, Deborah Pidd, Dr Shelley Wilkinson

(2012), Vol. 12, pp. 1-11, BMC pregnancy and childbirth, London, England, C1

journal

A cluster randomized controlled trial of a telephone-based parent intervention to increase preschoolers’ fruit and vegetable consumption

Rebecca J. Wyse, Luke Wolfenden, Elizabeth Campbell, A/Prof Karen Campbell, A/Prof John Wiggers, Dr Leah Brennan, Amanda Fletcher, Jenny Bowman, Todd R. Heard

(2012), Vol. 96, pp. 102-110, American journal of clinical nutrition, Bethesda, Md., C1

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Parental influences on the diets of 2-5 year-old children : systematic review of interventions

Mrs Jacqueline Peters, Dr Natalie Sinn, A/Prof Karen Campbell, Prof John Lynch

(2012), Vol. 182, pp. 837-857, Early child development and care, London, England, C1

journal

Associations between dietary patterns at 6 and 15 months of age and sociodemographic factors

Lisa G. Smithers, Dr Laima Brazionis, Rebecca K. Golley, Murthy N Mittinty, Kate Northstone, Pauline Emmett, A/Prof Sarah Mcnaughton, A/Prof Karen Campbell, Prof John Lynch

(2012), Vol. 66, pp. 658-666, European journal of clinical nutrition, London, England, C1

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Breastfeeding mothers consume more vegetables and a greater variety of fruits and vegetables than non-breastfeeding peers : the influence of socioeconomic position

Debbie Leslie, A/Prof Kylie Hesketh, A/Prof Karen Campbell

(2012), Vol. 69, pp. 84-90, Nutrition and dietetics, Richmond, Vic., C1

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An index measuring adherence to complementary feeding guidelines has convergent validity as a measure of infant diet quality

Rebecca K. Golley, Lisa G. Smithers, Murthy N Mittinty, Dr Laima Brazionis, Pauline Emmett, Kate Northstone, A/Prof Karen Campbell, A/Prof Sarah Mcnaughton, Prof John Lynch

(2012), Vol. 142, pp. 901-908, Journal of nutriton, Bethesda, Md., C1

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Children's physical activity and screen time : qualitative comparison of views of parents of infants and preschool children

A/Prof Kylie Hesketh, Dr Trina Hinkley, A/Prof Karen Campbell

(2012), Vol. 9, pp. 1-14, International journal of behavioral nutrition and physical activity, London, England, C1

journal

Interventions for increasing fruit and vegetable consumption in children aged 5 years and under (Review)

Luke Wolfenden, Rebecca J. Wyse, Ben I Britton, A/Prof Karen Campbell, Rebecca Hodder, Fiona G Stacey, Patirick McElduff, Erica L James

(2012), pp. 1-60, Cochrane collaboration, London, England, C1

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Maternal misconceptions of weight status among Nepean adolescents

V. A. Shrewsbury, Sarah P. Garnett, A/Prof Karen Campbell, Dr Alison Carver, Siranda Torvaldsen, Katharine S. Steinbeck, Christopher T. Cowell, Prof Louise Baur

(2012), Vol. 112, pp. 2007-2013, Journal of the academy of nutrition and dietetics, New York, N.Y., C1

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Parental influences of the diets of 2-5-year-old children: systematic review of interventions

N. Parletta, A/Prof Karen Campbell, J. Lynch

(2012), Vol. 182, pp. 837-857, Early child development and care, Abingdon, England, C1-1

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Home and neighbourhood correlates of BMI among children living in socioeconomically disadvantaged neighbourhoods

Prof David Crawford, Prof Kylie Ball, Dr Verity Cleland, A/Prof Karen Campbell, Prof Anna Timperio, Dr Gavin Abbott, Prof Johannes Brug, Prof Louise Baur, Prof Jo Salmon

(2012), Vol. 107, pp. 1028-1036, British journal of nutrition, Cambridge, England, C1

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Socioeconomic variation in diet and activity-related behaviours of Australian children and adolescents aged 2–16 years

Dr Adrian Cameron, Prof Kylie Ball, Dr Natalie Pearson, Dr Sandrine Lioret Suteau, Prof David Crawford, A/Prof Karen Campbell, A/Prof Kylie Hesketh, A/Prof Sarah Mcnaughton

(2012), Vol. 7, pp. 329-342, Pediatric obesity, Oxford, England, C1

journal
2011

A pilot study of a telephone-based parental intervention to increase fruit and vegetable consumption in 3-5 year old children

Rebecca J. Wyse, Luke Wolfenden, Elizabeth Campbell, A/Prof Karen Campbell, Dr Leah Brennan, Amanda Fletcher, Jenny Bowman, Todd R. Heard, A/Prof John Wiggers

(2011), Vol. 14, pp. 2245-2253, Public health nutrition, Cambridge, England, C1

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Assessing dietary intake in children and adolescents : considerations and recommendations for obesity research

Dr Anthea Magarey, Jane Watson, Rebecca K. Golley, Tracy Burrows, Rachel Sutherland, A/Prof Sarah Mcnaughton, Elizabeth Denney-Wilson, A/Prof Karen Campbell, Prof Clare Collins

(2011), Vol. 6, pp. 2-11, International journal of pediatric obesity, Oxford, England, C1

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Nutrition knowledge : a mediator between socioeconomic position and diet quality in Australian first-time mothers

Emily R. McLeod, A/Prof Karen Campbell, A/Prof Kylie Hesketh

(2011), Vol. 111, pp. 696-704, Journal of the American Dietetic Association, New York, N.Y., C1

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Sources of Sodium in Australian children's diets and the effect of the application of sodium targets to food products to reduce sodium intake

Ms Carley Grimes, A/Prof Karen Campbell, A/Prof Lynn Riddell, Prof Caryl Nowson

(2011), Vol. 105, pp. 468-477, British journal of nutrition, Cambridge, England, C1

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Are parental concerns for child TV viewing associated with child TV viewing and the home sedentary environment?

Dr Natalie Pearson, Prof Jo Salmon, Prof David Crawford, A/Prof Karen Campbell, Prof Anna Timperio

(2011), Vol. 8, pp. 1-8, International journal of behavioral nutrition and physical activity, London, England, C1

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Tracking of children's body-mass index, television viewing and dietary intake over five-years

Dr Natalie Pearson, Prof Jo Salmon, A/Prof Karen Campbell, Prof David Crawford, Prof Anna Timperio

(2011), Vol. 53, pp. 268-270, Preventive medicine, Madison, Wis., C1

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The importance of long-term follow-up in child and adolescent obesity prevention interventions

Dr Rachel A. Jones, Dr Natalie Sinn, A/Prof Karen Campbell, A/Prof Kylie Hesketh, Elizabeth Denney-Wilson, Prof Philip J Morgan, David R. Lubans, Dr Anthea Magarey

(2011), Vol. 6, pp. 178-181, International journal of pediatric obesity, Oxford, London, C1

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Opportunities for primary and secondary prevention of excess gestational weight gain : General Practitioners’ perspectives

Ms Paige van der Pligt, A/Prof Karen Campbell, Ms Jane Willcox, Dr Jane Opie, Elizabeth Denney-Wilson

(2011), Vol. 12, pp. 1-9, BMC Family Practice, London, England, C1-1

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Interventions for preventing obesity in children (review)

Prof Elizabeth Waters, Dr Andrea De Silva-Sanigorski, Belinda J. Hall, T. Brown, A/Prof Karen Campbell, Yang Gao, Ms R. Armstrong, Ms Lauren Prosser, Carolyn D. Summerbell

(2011), pp. 1-212, Cochrane collaboration, London, England, C1-1

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2010

The Early Prevention of Obesity in CHildren (EPOCH) collaboration : an individual patient data prospective meta-analysis

A/Prof Lisa Askie, Prof Louise Baur, A/Prof Karen Campbell, A/Prof Lynne Daniels, A/Prof Kylie Hesketh, Dr Anthea Magarey, Seema Mihrshahi, Prof Chris Rissel, John Simes, Prof Barry Taylor, A/Prof Rachael Taylor, Merryn Voysey, Dr Li Ming Wen

(2010), Vol. 10, pp. 1-8, BMC public health, London, England, C1

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Maternal self-efficacy regarding children's eating and sedentary behaviours in the early years : Associations with children's food intake and sedentary behaviours

A/Prof Karen Campbell, A/Prof Kylie Hesketh, Amanda Silverii, Dr Gavin Abbott

(2010), Vol. 5, pp. 501-508, International journal of pediatric obesity, London, England, C1

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Understanding the role of infant and toddler nutrition on population health : epidemiological resources in Australasia

Rebecca K. Golley, Lisa G. Smithers, A/Prof Karen Campbell, Prof John Lynch

(2010), Vol. 17, pp. 11-16, Australasian epidemiologist, Parkville, Vic., C1

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Health professionals' and dietetics practitioners' perceived effectiveness of fruit and vegetable parenting practices across six countries

Teresia O'Connor, Kathy Watson, Sheryl Hughes, Alicia Beltran, Melanie Hingle, Janice Baranowski, A/Prof Karen Campbell, Dolors Juvinya Canal, Ana Bertha Perez Lizaur, Isabel Zacarias, Daniela Gonzalez, Theresa Nicklas, Tom Baronowski

(2010), Vol. 110, pp. 1065-1071, Journal of the American Dietetic Association, New York, N.Y., C1

journal

A cluster randomised trial of a telephone-based intervention for parents to increase fruit and vegetable consumption in their 3-to 5-year-old children : study protocol

Rebecca J. Wyse, Luke Wolfenden, Elizabeth Campbell, Dr Leah Brennan, A/Prof Karen Campbell, Amanda Fletcher, Jenny Bowman, Todd R. Heard, A/Prof John Wiggers

(2010), Vol. 10, pp. 1-12, BMC public health, London, England, C1

journal

Interventions to prevent obesity in 0-5 year olds : an updated systematic review of the literature

A/Prof Kylie Hesketh, A/Prof Karen Campbell

(2010), Vol. 18, pp. 27-35, Obesity, New York, N.Y., C1

journal

Intervention protocol : Interventions for increasing fruit and vegetable consumption in preschool aged children

Luke Wolfenden, Rebecca J. Wyse, Ben I Britton, A/Prof Karen Campbell, Rebecca Hodder, Fiona G Stacey, Patirick McElduff, Erica L James

(2010), pp. 1-11, The cochrane library, Oxford, England, C1-1

journal
2008

Are parental concerns about children's inactivity warranted, and are they associated with a supportive home environment?

Dr Michelle Jackson, Prof David Crawford, A/Prof Karen Campbell, Prof Jo Salmon

(2008), Vol. 79, pp. 274-282, Research quarterly for exercise and sport, Washington D.C., C1

journal

The infant feeding activity and nutrition trial (INFANT) an early intervention to prevent childhood obesity : cluster-randomised controlled trial

A/Prof Karen Campbell, Dr Zoe McCallum

(2008), Vol. 8, pp. 1-9, BMC public health, London, England, C1

journal

Parent's views of the importance of making changes in settings where children spend time to prevent obesity

Prof David Crawford, Prof Anna Timperio, A/Prof Karen Campbell, Dr Clare Hume, Dr Michelle Jackson, Dr Alison Carver, A/Prof Kylie Hesketh, Prof Kylie Ball, Prof Jo Salmon

(2008), Vol. 17, pp. 148-158, Asia Pacific journal of clinical nutrition, McKinnon, Vic., C1

journal
2007

Strategies which aim to positively impact on weight, physical activity, diet and sedentary behaviours in children from zero to five years. A systematic review of the literature

A/Prof Karen Campbell, A/Prof Kylie Hesketh

(2007), Vol. 8, pp. 327-338, Obesity Reviews, Oxford, England, C1

journal

Associations between the home food environment and obesity-promoting eating behaviors in adolescence

A/Prof Karen Campbell, Prof David Crawford, Prof Jo Salmon, Dr Alison Carver, Sarah P. Garnett, Prof Louise Baur

(2007), Vol. 15, pp. 719-730, Obesity, London, England, C1

journal

Australian parents` views on their 5-6-year-old children's food choices

A/Prof Karen Campbell, Prof David Crawford, A/Prof Kylie Hesketh

(2007), Vol. 22, pp. 11-18, Health promotion international, Eynsham, United Kingdom, C1

journal
2006

Family and home correlates of television viewing in 12-13 year old adolescents: the Nepean study

Dr Louise Hardy, Prof Louise Baur, Sarah P. Garnett, Prof David Crawford, A/Prof Karen Campbell, V. A. Shrewsbury, Christopher T. Cowell, Prof Jo Salmon

(2006), Vol. 3, pp. 1-9, International journal of behavioral nutrition and physical activity, London, England, C1

journal

Television viewing habits associated with obesity risk factors: a survey of Melbourne schoolchildren.

Prof Jo Salmon, A/Prof Karen Campbell, Prof David Crawford

(2006), Vol. 184, pp. 64-67, Medical journal of Australia, Sydney, N.S.W, C1

journal

Family food environment and dietary behaviors likely to promote fatness in 5-6 year-old children

A/Prof Karen Campbell, Prof David Crawford, Prof Kylie Ball

(2006), Vol. 30, pp. 1272-1280, International journal of obesity, London, England, C1

journal

Soft drink consumption and excess weight gain in Australian school students : results from the Nepean study

C. S. Tam, Sarah P. Garnett, Christopher T. Cowell, A/Prof Karen Campbell, G. Cabrera, Prof Louise Baur

(2006), Vol. 30, pp. 1091-1093, International journal of obesity, London, England, C1-1

journal
2005

How do perceptions of local neighborhood relate to adolescents` walking and cycling?

Dr Alison Carver, Prof Jo Salmon, A/Prof Karen Campbell, Prof Louise Baur, Sarah P. Garnett, Prof David Crawford

(2005), Vol. 20, pp. 139-147, American journal of health promotion : AJHP, Royal Oak, MI, C1

journal

Increasing central adiposity: the Nepean longitudinal study of young people aged 7-8 to 12-13y

Sarah P. Garnett, Christopher T. Cowell, Prof Louise Baur, V. A. Shrewsbury, A Chan, Prof David Crawford, Prof Jo Salmon, A/Prof Karen Campbell, T.J. Boulton

(2005), Vol. 29, pp. 1353-1360, International journal of obesity, London, England, C1

journal

Interventions for preventing obesity in children (Review)

Carolyn D. Summerbell, Prof Elizabeth Waters, Laurel Edmunds, Sarah Kelly, T. Brown, A/Prof Karen Campbell

(2005), Vol. 3, pp. 1-71, Cochrane library, New York, N.Y., C1

journal

Opportunities to prevent obesity in children within families: an ecological approach

Kirsten Krahnstoever Davison, A/Prof Karen Campbell

(2005), pp. 208-230, Obesity prevention and public health, Oxford, Eng., B1-1

chapter

Prevention of childhood obesity

Louisa Ells, A/Prof Karen Campbell, Jane Lidstone, Sarah Kelly, Rebecca A Langmaid, Carolyn D. Summerbell

(2005), Vol. 19, pp. 441-445, Best practice and research clinical endocrinology and metabolism, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1-1

journal
2003

Interventions for treating obesity in children (Review)

Carolyn D. Summerbell, V Ashton, A/Prof Karen Campbell, Laurel Edmunds, S Kelly, E Waters

(2003), pp. 1-58, Cochrane database of systematic reviews, London, Eng., C1-1

journal
2002

Family food environments of 5-6 year-old-children: does socioeconomic status make a difference?

A/Prof Karen Campbell, Prof David Crawford, Dr Michelle Jackson, Karen M. Cashel, Prof Tony Worsley, Ms Kay Gibbons, Leann L. Birch

(2002), Vol. 11, pp. 553-561, Asia Pacific journal of clinical nutrition, London, England, C1

journal
2001

Family food environments as determinants of preschool-aged children`s eating behaviours: implications for obesity prevention policy. A review.

A/Prof Karen Campbell, Prof David Crawford

(2001), Vol. 58, pp. 19-25, Australian journal of nutrition and dietetics, Malden, MA, C1

journal

Interventions for preventing obesity in childhood. A systematic review

A/Prof Karen Campbell, Prof Elizabeth Waters, S. O'Meara, Carolyn D. Summerbell

(2001), Vol. 2, pp. 149-157, Obesity reviews, New York, N.Y., C1-1

journal
2000

Management of obesity: attitudes and practices of Australian dietitians

A/Prof Karen Campbell, Prof David Crawford

(2000), Vol. 24, pp. 701-710, International journal of obesity, London, Eng., C1-1

journal

Obesity management: Australian general practitioners' attitudes and practices

A/Prof Karen Campbell, Helen Engel, Prof Anna Timperio, Catherine Cooper, Prof David Crawford

(2000), Vol. 8, pp. 459-466, Obesity research, London, Eng., C1-1

journal
1999

Parental strategies and young children's snacking behaviours : a pilot study

H Morton, A/Prof Karen Campbell, B Santich, Prof Tony Worsley

(1999), Vol. 56, pp. 177-182, Australian journal of nutrition and dietetics, Oxford, England, C1-1

journal

Lay definitions of ideal weight and overweight

Prof David Crawford, A/Prof Karen Campbell

(1999), Vol. 23, pp. 738-745, International journal of obesity, London, Eng., C1-1

journal