Ms Kate Sievert



Associate Research Fellow


Faculty of Health


School of Health & Social Dev


Melbourne Burwood Campus


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Who has a beef with reducing red and processed meat consumption? A media framing analysis

K Sievert, M Lawrence, C Parker, C Russell, P Baker

(2022), Vol. 25, pp. 578-590, Public Health Nutrition, England, C1

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What's really at 'steak'? Understanding the global politics of red and processed meat reduction: A framing analysis of stakeholder interviews

K Sievert, M Lawrence, C Parker, P Baker

(2022), Vol. 137, pp. 12-21, Environmental Science and Policy, C1

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The drivers, trends and dietary impacts of non-nutritive sweeteners in the food supply: A narrative review

C Russell, C Grimes, P Baker, K Sievert, M Lawrence

(2021), Vol. 34, pp. 185-208, Nutrition Research Reviews, England, C1

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Understanding the Political Challenge of Red and Processed Meat Reduction for Healthy and Sustainable Food Systems: A Narrative Review of the Literature

K Sievert, M Lawrence, C Parker, P Baker

(2021), Vol. 10, pp. 793-808, International journal of health policy and management, Iran, C1

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Globalization, first-foods systems transformations and corporate power: a synthesis of literature and data on the market and political practices of the transnational baby food industry

P Baker, K Russ, M Kang, T Santos, P Neves, J Smith, G Kingston, M Mialon, M Lawrence, B Wood, R Moodie, D Clark, K Sievert, M Boatwright, D McCoy

(2021), Vol. 17, Globalization and Health, England, C1

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Breastfeeding, first-food systems and corporate power: a case study on the market and political practices of the transnational baby food industry and public health resistance in the Philippines

P Baker, P Zambrano, R Mathisen, M Singh-Vergeire, A Escober, M Mialon, M Lawrence, K Sievert, C Russell, D McCoy

(2021), Vol. 17, Globalization and Health, England, C1

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Ultra-processed foods and the nutrition transition: Global, regional and national trends, food systems transformations and political economy drivers

P Baker, P Machado, T Santos, K Sievert, K Backholer, M Hadjikakou, C Russell, O Huse, C Bell, G Scrinis, A Worsley, S Friel, M Lawrence

(2020), Vol. 21, Obesity Reviews, England, C1

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Promoting hospital and primary care collaboration for timely and effective care for chronic hepatitis B in western Melbourne

Katherine Sievert, Rachel Liddle, Annie Tan, Niranjan Arachchi, Zina Valaydon, Nicole Allard

(2020), Vol. 44, pp. 521-526, Australian Health Review, Clayton, Vic., C1

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Processed foods and nutrition transition in the pacific: Regional trends, patterns and food system drivers

K Sievert, M Lawrence, A Naika, P Baker

(2019), Vol. 11, Nutrients, Switzerland, C1

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Effect of breakfast on weight and energy intake: systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials

K Sievert, S Hussain, M Page, Y Wang, H Hughes, M Malek, F Cicuttini

(2019), Vol. 364, pp. 1-12, BMJ, London, Eng., C1

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Stigmatizing images in the media - a cross-national survey

K Sievert, T Lobstein, P Baker

(2018), Vol. 8, pp. 407-410, Clinical obesity, England, C1

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Engaging new refugee in Australian communities at risk for chronic hepatitis B infection into care: a peer-educator intervention

K Sievert, P O'Neill, Y Koh, J Lee, A Dev, S Le

(2018), Vol. 26, pp. 744-750, Health and social care in the community, Chichester, Eng., C1

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Barriers to accessing testing and treatment for chronic Hepatitis B in Afghan, Rohingyan, and South Sudanese populations in Australia

K Sievert, P O’Neill, Y Koh, J Lee, A Dev, S Le

(2018), Vol. 20, pp. 140-146, Journal of immigrant and minority health, New York, N.Y., C1

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Funded Projects at Deakin

Australian Competitive Grants

Attenuating the health and environmental harms of red and processed meats: policy actions, challenges and opportunities

Dr Phillip Baker, Ms Katherine Sievert, Prof Mark Lawrence

NHMRC Postgraduate Scholarship (Cat 1)

  • 2022: $16,054
  • 2021: $30,851
  • 2020: $30,345


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