Prof Sarah McNaughton

STAFF PROFILE

Position

Professor

Faculty

Faculty of Health

Department

School of Exercise & Nut. Sci.

Campus

Melbourne Burwood Campus

Qualifications

Doctor of Philosophy, University of Queensland, 2003
Bachelor of Science, University of Queensland, 1994

Biography

Professor McNaughton is a nutritional epidemiologist in the School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences at Deakin University and Deputy Director of the Institute for Physical Activity and Nutrition (IPAN). She is an Accredited Practising Dietitian, Fellow of the Dietitians Australia and a Registered Public Health Nutritionist.

She leads the Dietary Patterns and Eating Behaviours Research group of IPAN which focuses on understanding population dietary intakes and health relationships, examining dietary intake across the continuum from nutrients to foods to eating occasions (e.g. meals and snacks), and dietary patterns, and the interplay between these elements.

She completed her PhD in the School of Population Health, University of Queensland in 2003 and was subsequently a Research Scientist in the Nutritional Epidemiology section of the Medical Research Council Collaborative Centre for Human Nutrition Research, Cambridge (UK). Since joining Deakin University in October 2005, she has held research fellowships from the NHMRC, Heart Foundation and Australian Research Council.

Funding and Conflict of Interest Disclosures
Professor McNaughton has received grant funding as a Chief Investigator from NHMRC, ARC, National Heart Foundation of Australia, Diabetes Australia Research Trust, Victorian Health Promotion Foundation (VicHealth), and as a collaborator from the Medibank Health Research Fund, World Cancer Research Fund, Australian Red Cross Blood Service, NZ Lottery Health Research Fund, Nutricia Research Foundation (2013-2014).

The Supermarket Healthy Eating for Life (Shelf) study was supported by a National Health & Medical Research Council Project Grant (ID594767, 2010-2012). Coles supermarkets provided financial and in-kind support for the study and the National Heart Foundation of Australia provided in-kind support for the study.

The ShopSmart 4 Health study was supported by the Australian Research Council’s Linkage Projects funding scheme (LP0990129, 2009-2012). Coles supermarkets and the National Heart Foundation of Australia provided in-kind but not financial support for the study.

Professor McNaughton has conducted contract work for the following organisations: National Heart Foundation of Australia, Food Standards Australia New Zealand, World Health Organisation.

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Biography summary

June 2020 -  present: Deputy Director, Institute for Physical Activity and Nutrition, School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences, Faculty of Health, Deakin University.

2018 - present: Professor, School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences, Deakin University.

2015 - June 2020: Discipline Leader – Dietetics, School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences, Deakin University.

2016 - 2019: NHMRC Career Development Fellow, Institute for Physical Activity and Nutrition, School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences, Deakin University.

2011 - 2015: Australian Research Council Future Fellow, Centre for Physical Activity and Nutrition Research, School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences, Deakin University.

2009 - 2011: National Heart Foundation of Australia Senior Research Fellow, Centre for Physical Activity and Nutrition Research, School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences, Deakin University.

2005 - 2009: National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Public Health Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Centre for Physical Activity and Nutrition Research, School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences, Deakin University.

June 2009: Visiting Research Fellow, Medical Research Council Unit for Lifelong Health and Ageing, London, United Kingdom.

May - Aug 2007: Visiting Research Fellow, Department of Epidemiology & Public Health, University College London.

2003 - 2005: Research Scientist, Nutritional Epidemiology, Medical Research Council Collaborative Centre for Human Nutrition Research, Cambridge, United Kingdom.
 

Research interests

Professor McNaughton’s current research interests include the assessment of dietary behaviours, diet quality and dietary patterns, their determinants and role in health. Her research program focuses on:

  • Developing novel methods for measuring and interpreting population dietary intakes;
  • Understanding dietary behaviors and their determinants across the life-course, generating evidence to inform behaviour change interventions and nutrition strategies that promote health and wellbeing;
  • Understanding the role of foods, eating patterns and dietary patterns in health and wellbeing;
  • Translation of dietary patterns evidence into nutrition strategies, practice and policy.

She leads studies funded by the Australian Research Council, including the Wellbeing, Eating and Exercise for a Long Life study, the MEALS study and the Everyday Life Study.

She leads a collaboration with the US National Cancer Institute and four other Australian research groups to develop an Australian version of the “ASA24”, online self-administered 24-hour recall. For more information:  https://www.deakin.edu.au/ipan/our-research/asa24-australia-2016

Affiliations

Dietitians Australia (1996 - present); Accredited Practising Dietitian, Fellow of  Dietitians Australia (2018 - )

Nutrition Society of Australia (1997 - 2003, 2007 - present); Registered Public Health Nutritionist.

American Society for Nutrition (2007 – present).

Australasian Epidemiological Association (2006 - present).

Nutrition Society UK (2003 - present).

Teaching interests

Current PhD Students

Kate Wingrove, APD, Deakin University. (Principal Supervisor). Using evidence from dietary patterns research to inform dietary guidelines.

Emily Denniss, Deakin University. (Principal Supervisor). Nutrition misinformation in social media.

Hesti Retno Budi Arini, Deakin Univeristy. (Principal Supervisor).Understanding patterns of protein intake in the population.

Sara Ebrahimi, Deakin University. (Associate Supervisor). Diet quality and health outcomes in Iranian adults. 

Michael Hart, Deakin University. (Associate Supervisor). Associations between dietary intake, inflammation and cognitive function in older adults.

Linda Atkins (part-time), Deakin University. (Associate Supervisor). Iron nutrition in young children. 

Meron Lewis, University of Queensland. (Associate Supervisor). Development and evaluation of a data collection method, and resultant policy recommendations, in relation to the price and affordability of healthy (recommended) and current (unhealthy) diets in low socioeconomic groups in Australia

Current Honours and Masters of Human Nutrition Research Students

Elisha West (Master of Human Nutrition Research Project, Associate Supervisor). Examining food literacy programs in food insecure population groups.

Meaghan Sexton (Master of Human Nutrition Research Project, Associate Supervisor). Correlates of Diet Quality in Australian Young Adults.

Ming Wei Lui, Visiting Research Scholar, Masters of Public Health, Wuhan University, China. Diet quality trajectories associated with incident hypertension/weight change in the China Health and Nutrition Survey.

Conferences

Invited presentations

McNaughton SA. Invited keynote presentation. Assessing dietary patterns and diet quality and associations with health outcomes. 2019 Nutrition Society of Australia Annual Scientific Meeting “Nutrition: The Epicentre of Health”. Newcastle, December 2019.

McNaughton SA. Diet and inflammation: applications and perspectives from epidemiology. Diet and inflammation Symposium. Nutrition Society of Australia Melbourne Group, October 2018.

McNaughton SA. Adapting an online 24-hour dietary recall system for use in Australia Workshop: A step by step guide to measuring diet intake using technology based methods. Dietary Assessment Satellite Workshop, Nutrition Society of Australia 40th Annual Scientific Meeting, Melbourne, November 2016.

McNaughton SA. Examining the relationship between diet quality and meal patterns. Symposium: Advancing Dietary Patterns Research: Levels, Layers, and Lifecourse, International Conference on Diet and Activity Methods, September 2015.

McNaughton SA. Invited keynote presentation. Understanding eating behaviours: Application of dietary pattern methods to behavioural nutrition research. International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, Ghent, May 2013.

McNaughton SA. Research insights into dietary patterns and dietary behaviours in public health. Invited presentation. International Congress of Dietetics, Sydney, September 2012.

Professional activities

Current

World Health Organisation WHO Nutrition Guidance Expert Advisory Group (NUGAG) Subcommittee on Diet and Health, 2018-2019.

World Health Organisation WHO Nutrition Guidance Expert Advisory Group (NUGAG), Subcommittee on Policy Actions, 2018-2019.

NHMRC Discretionary Foods and Drinks Expert Working Group, 2018- 2019.

Heart Foundation Expert Reference Group, Position Statement on Meat, Eggs and Dairy Products. (2018-2019)

International Advisory Committee, International Conference on Diet and Activity Methods (2018 –).

Member, Board of Directors, Nutrition Australia Victorian Division (May 2017 – present)

Member, Council of Deans of Nutrition and Dietetics (CDND) (Australia and New Zealand), April 2017

Awards and Recognition Committee (ARAC), Dietitians Association of Australia (2014 – present)

Member, Editorial Board, International Journal of Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity (2007 - present)

University 

Academic Board, Deakin University (2019-2021).

Group Leader, Dietary Patterns and Eating Behaviours Research Group, Institute for Physical Activity and Nutrition, Deakin University (2018 - ).

Healthy Futures Theme Leader, Science and Society Network, Deakin University, (2018 - ).

School Executive Group, School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences, Deakin University, (2016 - ).

 

Past

Expert Advisory Committees

National Osteoarthritis Strategy Working Group (2018).

Corporate Sponsorship Reference Group, Dietitians Association of Australia (2017-2018).

Oceanic Nutrition Leadership Program, Member of Management Committee and Chair of Selection Working Group, (2015- 2017)

Journal and Scientific Publications Management Committee, Dietitians Association of Australia (2011- 2015)

Scientific Conference Committees

Scientific Program Committee, 2017 Annual Meeting of the International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, Victoria, Canada (2015 - 2017)

Scientific & Social Program Committee 2016 Annual Conference, Dietitians Association of Australia (June 2014 - May 2016)

International Advisory Committee, International Conference on Diet and Activity Methods (July 2014 – Sept 2015)

National Scientific Program Committee, Nutrition Society of Australia Annual Scientific Meeting (2010-2013)

Editorial Boards

Member, Editorial Board, British Journal of Nutrition (2011 - 2014)

Member, Editorial Board, Journal of Nutritional Sciences (2011 - 2014)

Honorary Editor, Nutrition Society of Australia (2011 - 2013)

 

Other Activities

2017 Theo Murphy High Flyers Think Tank – Rethinking Food and Nutrition Science, Australian Academy of Science, 26-28 July, Perth. Rapporteur/Leader of Working Group, and co-led writing of Discussion Paper “The Australian Food and Nutrition Knowledge Hub: A critical piece of national infrastructure for nutrition science”. www.science.org.au/nutrition-discussion-papers

Science Meets Parliament, Nutrition Society of Australia Representative, 21-22 March 2017.

Reviewer, Nutrition Care Process Terminology (NCPT), US Academy of Nutrition & Dietetics, 2016 & 2018.

Invited Expert, Australian National Preventive Health Agency Workshop. Evidence Briefs on obesity trends, sedentary behaviour and sugar-sweetened beverages. University of Sydney, 2013.

Invited Mentor/Discussant, Early Career Investigator Lunch, 2013 Annual Meeting of the International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, Ghent, Belgium.

Awards

2018 Fellow of Dietitians Australia

2017 Vice-Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Research Supervision

2016 Nutrition Society of Australia Mid Career Travel Award. 

2016 Council of Academic Public Health Institutions (CAPHIA) Award for Excellence and Innovation in Public Health Team Research: The Melbourne Infant Feeding Activity and Nutrition Trial (InFANT) Program

2016-2019 NHMRC Career Development Fellowship (Level 2)

2013  Victorian Health Promotion Foundation Award for Healthy Eating awarded to the Promoting Healthy Eating Through Price Reduction & Skill-Building Program, conducted in partnership with the National Heart Foundation of Australia and Coles Supermarkets. The team is led by Prof Kylie Ball and includes Prof David Crawford  and Assoc Prof Sarah McNaughton.

2011-2015 Australian Research Council Future Fellowship

2010 Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Outstanding Contribution to Research: Early Career Researcher

2010 Dietitians Association of Australia Outstanding Contribution Award

2009-2010 National Heart Foundation of Australia Research Fellowship

2009 Nutrition Society of Australia Research Award

2007 NHMRC Travelling Award for Research Training

2007 Nutrition Society (UK) Travel Award

2007 Australian Nutrition Trust Travel Award

2005-2009 NHMRC Public Health Postdoctoral Research Fellowship

Publications

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2020

Development and evaluation of a food frequency questionnaire to assess nutrient intakes of adult women in New Zealand

K Beck, Z Houston, S McNaughton, R Kruger

(2020), Vol. 77, pp. 253-259, Nutrition and dietetics, Chichester, Eng., C1

journal article

Adequacy of iron intakes and socio-demographic factors associated with iron intakes of Australian pre-schoolers

Linda Atkins, Sarah McNaughton, Alison Spence, Ewa Szymlek-Gay

(2020), Vol. 59, pp. 175-184, European journal of nutrition, Cham, Switzerland, C1

journal article

Associations between dietary patterns and blood pressure in a sample of Australian adults

C Margerison, L Riddell, S McNaughton, C Nowson

(2020), Vol. 19, pp. 1-12, Nutrition journal, London, Eng., C1

journal article

Smartphone cardiac rehabilitation, assisted self-management versus usual care: protocol for a multicenter randomized controlled trial to compare effects and costs among people with coronary heart disease

J Rawstorn, K Ball, B Oldenburg, C Chow, S McNaughton, K Lamb, L Gao, M Moodie, J Amerena, V Nadurata, C Neil, S Cameron, R Maddison

(2020), Vol. 9, JMIR Research Protocols, Toronto, Ont., C1

journal article

Lifestyle patterns begin in early childhood, persist and are socioeconomically patterned, confirming the importance of early life interventions

S Lioret, K Campbell, S McNaughton, A Cameron, J Salmon, G Abbott, K Hesketh

(2020), Vol. 12, pp. 1-15, Nutrients, Basel, Switzerland, C1

journal article

Development and evaluation of a food frequency questionnaire for use among young children

M Zheng, K Campbell, E Scanlan, S McNaughton

(2020), Vol. 15, PLoS ONE, San Francisco, Calif., C1

journal article

Adherence to the Australian dietary guidelines and development of depressive symptoms at 5 years follow-up amongst women in the READI cohort study

R Opie, K Ball, G Abbott, D Crawford, M Teychenne, S McNaughton

(2020), Vol. 19, pp. 1-12, Nutrition Journal, London, Eng., C1

journal article

Eating occasion situational factors and sugar-sweetened beverage consumption in young adults

S McNaughton, F Pendergast, A Worsley, R Leech

(2020), Vol. 17, pp. 1-12, International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, London, Eng., C1

journal article

National Osteoarthritis Strategy brief report: living well with osteoarthritis

J Eyles, D Hunter, A Briggs, R Hinman, J Fitzpatrick, L March, F Cicuttini, S McNaughton, D Ewald, M Nicholas, Y Feng, K Filocamo, K Bennell

(2020), Vol. 49, pp. 438-442, Australian journal of general practice, East Melbourne, Vic., C1

journal article
2019

Eating patterns of Australian adults: associations with blood pressure and hypertension prevalence

Rebecca Leech, Anna Timperio, Anthony Worsley, Sarah McNaughton

(2019), Vol. 58, pp. 1899-1909, European journal of nutrition, Berlin, Germany, C1

journal article

Examining the correlates of meal skipping in Australian young adults

Felicity Pendergast, Katherine Livingstone, Anthony Worsley, Sarah McNaughton

(2019), Vol. 18, Nutrition journal, London, Eng., C1

journal article

Home environment predictors of vegetable and fruit intakes among Australian children aged 18 months

Kathleen Lacy, Alison Spence, Sarah McNaughton, David Crawford, Rebecca Wyse, Luke Wolfenden, Karen Campbell

(2019), Vol. 139, pp. 95-104, Appetite, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal article

Supporting engagement, adherence, and behavior change in online dietary interventions

Claire Young, Sara Campolonghi, Stephanie Ponsonby, Samantha Dawson, Adrienne O'Neil, Frances Kay-Lambkin, Sarah McNaughton, Michael Berk, Felice Jacka

(2019), Vol. 51, pp. 719-739, Journal of nutrition education and behavior, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal article

Dietary patterns in New Zealand women: evaluating differences in body composition and metabolic biomarkers

Shakeela Jayasinghe, Bernhard Breier, Sarah McNaughton, Aaron Russell, Paul Della Gatta, Shaun Mason, Welma Stonehouse, Daniel Walsh, Rozanne Kruger

(2019), Vol. 11, pp. 1-17, Nutrients, Basel, Switzerland, C1

journal article

Dietary patterns are associated with depressive symptoms in older Australian women but not men

M Hart, C Milte, S Torres, M Thorpe, S McNaughton

(2019), Vol. 122, pp. 1424-1431, British journal of nutrition, Cambridge, Eng., C1

journal article

How and why does discretionary food consumption change when we promote fruit and vegetables? Results from the ShopSmart randomised controlled trial

R Opie, S McNaughton, D Crawford, G Abbott, K Ball

(2019), Public health nutrition, Cambridge, Eng., C1

journal article

Education and lifestyle predict change in dietary patterns and diet quality of adults 55 years and over

M Thorpe, C Milte, D Crawford, S McNaughton

(2019), Vol. 18, pp. 1-13, Nutrition journal, London, Eng., C1

journal article

Diet quality and cognitive function in mid-aged and older men and women

C Milte, K Ball, D Crawford, S McNaughton

(2019), Vol. 19, pp. 1-14, BMC Geriatrics, London, Eng., C1

journal article
2018

Diet quality and telomere length in older Australian men and women

C Milte, A Russell, K Ball, D Crawford, J Salmon, S McNaughton

(2018), Vol. 57, pp. 363-372, European journal of nutrition, Berlin, Germany, C1

journal article

Associations between dietary patterns, socio-demographic factors and anthropometric measurements in adult New Zealanders: an analysis of data from the 2008/09 New Zealand Adult Nutrition Survey

K Beck, B Jones, I Ullah, S McNaughton, S Haslett, W Stonehouse

(2018), Vol. 57, pp. 1421-1433, European journal of nutrition, Berlin, Germany, C1

journal article

The role of energy intake and energy misreporting in the associations between eating patterns and adiposity

R Leech, F Worsley, A Timperio, S McNaughton

(2018), Vol. 72, pp. 142-147, European journal of clinical nutrition, London, Eng., C1

journal article

Effects of breaking up sitting on adolescents' postprandial glucose after consuming meals varying in energy: a cross-over randomised trial

E Fletcher, J Salmon, S McNaughton, L Orellana, G Wadley, C Bruce, P Dempsey, K Lacy, D Dunstan

(2018), Vol. 21, pp. 280-285, Journal of science and medicine in sport, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal article

Associations between sedentary behaviours and dietary intakes among adolescents

E Fletcher, S McNaughton, D Crawford, V Cleland, J Della Gatta, J Hatt, J Dollman, A Timperio

(2018), Vol. 21, pp. 1115-1122, Public health nutrition, Cambridge, Eng., C1

journal article

Predictors of dietary energy density among preschool aged children

Nilmani Fernando, Karen Campbell, Sarah McNaughton, Miaobing Zheng, Kathleen Lacy

(2018), Vol. 10, pp. 1-17, Nutrients, Basel, Switzerland, C1

journal article

Association between diet quality, dietary patterns and cardiometabolic health in Australian adults: a cross-sectional study

K Livingstone, S McNaughton

(2018), Vol. 17, pp. 1-13, Nutrition journal, London, Eng., C1

journal article

Early childhood vegetable, fruit, and discretionary food intakes do not meet dietary guidelines, but do show socioeconomic differences and tracking over time

Alison Spence, Karen Campbell, Sandrine Lioret Suteau, Sarah McNaughton

(2018), Vol. 118, pp. 1634-1643, Journal of the Academy of nutrition and dietetics, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal article

Are dietary inequalities among Australian adults changing? a nationally representative analysis of dietary change according to socioeconomic position between 1995 and 2011-13

D Olstad, R Leech, K Livingstone, K Ball, B Thomas, J Potter, X Cleanthous, R Reynolds, S McNaughton

(2018), Vol. 15, International journal of behavioral nutrition and physical activity, London, Eng., C1

journal article

The characterisation of overweight and obese women who are under reporting energy intake during pregnancy

L Moran, S McNaughton, Z Sui, C Cramp, A Deussen, R Grivell, J Dodd

(2018), Vol. 18, pp. 1-10, BMC pregnancy and childbirth, London, Eng., C1

journal article
2017

Validity of short food questionnaire items to measure intake in children and adolescents: a systematic review

R Golley, L Bell, G Hendrie, A Rangan, A Spence, S McNaughton, L Carpenter, M Allman-Farinelli, A de Silva, T Gill, C Collins, H Truby, V Flood, T Burrows

(2017), Vol. 30, pp. 36-50, Journal of human nutrition and dietetics, Chichester, Eng., C1

journal article

Temporal eating patterns: a latent class analysis approach

R Leech, A Worsley, A Timperio, S McNaughton

(2017), Vol. 14, pp. 1-9, International journal of behavioral nutrition, London, Eng., C1

journal article

Lifestyle behaviours associated with 5-year weight gain in a prospective cohort of Australian adults aged 26-36 years at baseline

K Smith, S Gall, S McNaughton, V Cleland, P Otahal, T Dwyer, A Venn

(2017), Vol. 17, pp. 1-12, BMC public health, London, Eng., C1

journal article

Does diet mediate associations of volume and bouts of sedentary time with cardiometabolic health indicators in adolescents?

E Fletcher, V Carson, S McNaughton, D Dunstan, G Healy, J Salmon

(2017), Vol. 25, pp. 591-599, Obesity, London, Eng., C1

journal article

Dietary patterns by reduced rank regression are associated with obesity and hypertension in Australian adults

K Livingstone, S McNaughton

(2017), Vol. 117, pp. 248-259, British journal of nutrition, Cambridge, Eng., C1

journal article

Associations between partnering and parenting transitions and dietary habits in young adults

K Smith, S McNaughton, S Gall, P Otahal, T Dwyer, A Venn

(2017), Vol. 117, pp. 1210-1221, Journal of the academy of nutrition and dietetics, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal article

Using reduced rank regression methods to identify dietary patterns associated with obesity: a cross-country study among European and Australian adolescents

I Huybrechts, S Lioret Suteau, T Mouratidou, M Gunter, Y Manios, M Kersting, F Gottrand, A Kafatos, S De Henauw, M Cuenca-García, K Widhalm, M Gonzales-Gross, D Molnar, L Moreno, S McNaughton

(2017), Vol. 117, pp. 295-305, British journal of nutrition, Cambridge, Eng., C1

journal article

Evaluation of a smartphone food diary application using objectively measured energy expenditure

F Pendergast, N Ridgers, A Worsley, S McNaughton

(2017), Vol. 14, pp. 1-10, International journal of behavioral nutrition and physical activity, London, Eng., C1

journal article

Weight management practices associated with PCOS and their relationships with diet and physical activity

L Moran, W Brown, S McNaughton, A Joham, H Teede

(2017), Vol. 32, pp. 669-678, Human reproduction, Oxford, Eng., C1

journal article

Prospective associations between diet quality and body mass index in disadvantaged women: the resilience for eating and activity despite inequality (READI) study

D Olstad, K Lamb, L Thornton, S McNaughton, D Crawford, L Minaker, K Ball

(2017), Vol. 46, pp. 1433-1443, International journal of epidemiology, Oxford, Eng., C1

journal article

Nutritional care of older patients: experiences of general practitioners and practice nurses

J Winter, S McNaughton, C Nowson

(2017), Vol. 23, pp. 178-182, Australian journal of primary health, Clayton, Australia, C1

journal article

Early life protein intake: food sources, correlates, and tracking across the first 5 years of life

K Campbell, G Abbott, M Zheng, S McNaughton

(2017), Vol. 117, pp. 1188-1197, Journal of the academy of nutrition and dietetics, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal article

A health behavior score is associated with hypertension and obesity among Australian adults

K Livingstone, S McNaughton

(2017), Vol. 25, pp. 1610-1617, Obesity, Chichester, Eng., C1

journal article

Temporal eating patterns: associations with nutrient intakes, diet quality, and measures of adiposity

R Leech, A Timperio, K Livingstone, A Worsley, S McNaughton

(2017), Vol. 106, pp. 1121-1130, American journal of clinical nutrition, Rockville, Md., C1

journal article

The impact of financial incentives on participants' food purchasing patterns in a supermarket-based randomized controlled trial

D Olstad, D Crawford, G Abbott, S McNaughton, H Le, C Ni Mhurchu, C Pollard, K Ball

(2017), Vol. 14, pp. 1-7, International journal of behavioral nutrition and physical activity, London, Eng., C1

journal article

Novel online or mobile methods to assess eating patterns

F Pendergast, R Leech, S McNaughton

(2017), Vol. 6, pp. 212-227, Current Nutrition Reports, Philadelphia, PA, C1

journal article

Cross-sectional and prospective mediating effects of dietary intake on the relationship between sedentary behaviour and body mass index in adolescents

E Fletcher, K Lamb, S McNaughton, S Garnett, D Dunstan, L Baur, J Salmon

(2017), Vol. 17, pp. 1-10, BMC public health, London, Eng., C1

journal article

Socioeconomic inequities in diet quality and nutrient intakes among Australian adults: findings from a nationally representative cross-sectional study

K Livingstone, D Olstad, R Leech, K Ball, B Meertens, J Potter, X Cleanthous, R Reynolds, S McNaughton

(2017), Vol. 9, Nutrients, Basel, Switzerland, C1

journal article

Dietary supplement use among Australian adults: findings from the 2011-2012 national nutrition and physical activity survey

A Burnett, K Livingstone, J Woods, S McNaughton

(2017), Vol. 9, pp. 1-12, Nutrients, Basel, Switzerland, C1

journal article

Skipping breakfast among Australian children and adolescents; findings from the 2011-12 National Nutrition and Physical Activity Survey

K Smith, M Breslin, S McNaughton, S Gall, L Blizzard, A Venn

(2017), Vol. 41, pp. 572-578, Australian and New Zealand journal of public health, Chichester, Eng., C1

journal article

Skipping breakfast among 8-9 year old children is associated with teacher-reported but not objectively measured academic performance two years later

Kylie Smith, Leigh Blizzard, Sarah McNaughton, Seana Gall, Monique Breslin, Melissa Wake, Alison Venn

(2017), Vol. 3, pp. 1-10, BMC nutrition, London, Eng., C1

journal article
2016

Lunch frequency among adolescents: associations with sociodemographic factors and school characteristics

T Pedersen, B Holstein, R Krølner, A Ersbøll, T Jørgensen, A Aarestrup, J Utter, S McNaughton, D Neumark-Stzainer, M Rasmussen

(2016), Vol. 19, pp. 872-884, Public health nutrition, Cambridge, Eng., C1

journal article

The association between socio-economic position and diet quality in Australian adults

K Backholer, E Spencer, E Gearon, D Magliano, S McNaughton, J Shaw, A Peeters

(2016), Vol. 19, pp. 477-485, Public health nutrition, Cambridge, Eng., C1

journal article

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

L Atkins, S McNaughton, K Campbell, E Szymlek-Gay

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

journal article

Dietary patterns and successful ageing: a systematic review

C Milte, S McNaughton

(2016), Vol. 55, pp. 423-450, European journal of nutrition, Berlin, Germany, C1

journal article

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

K Campbell, K Hesketh, S McNaughton, K Ball, Z McCallum, J Lynch, D Crawford

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

journal article

A comparison of the dietary patterns derived by principal component analysis and cluster analysis in older Australians

M Thorpe, C Milte, D Crawford, S McNaughton

(2016), Vol. 13, pp. 1-14, International journal of behavioral nutrition and physical activity, London, Eng., C1

journal article

A process evaluation of the Supermarket Healthy Eating for Life (SHELf) randomized controlled trial

D Olstad, K Ball, G Abbott, S McNaughton, H Le, C Mhurchu, C Pollard, D Crawford

(2016), Vol. 13, pp. 1-15, International journal of behavioral nutrition and physical activity, London, Eng., C1

journal article

Higher adherence to the Australian dietary guidelines is associated with better mental health status among Australian adult first-time mothers

R Huddy, S Torres, C Milte, S McNaughton, M Teychenne, K Campbell

(2016), Vol. 116, pp. 1406-1412, Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal article

A revised Australian dietary guideline index and its association with key sociodemographic factors, health behaviors and body mass index in peri-retirement aged adults

M Thorpe, C Milte, D Crawford, S McNaughton

(2016), Vol. 8, pp. 160-172, Nutrients, Basel, Switzerland, C1

journal article

Economic evaluation of price discounts and skill-building strategies on purchase and consumption of healthy food and beverages: The SHELf randomized controlled trial.

H Le, L Gold, G Abbott, D Crawford, S McNaughton, C Mhurchu, C Pollard, K Ball

(2016), Vol. 159, pp. 83-91, Social science and medicine, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal article

The predictors of diet quality among Australian children aged 3.5 years

L Collins, K Lacy, K Campbell, S McNaughton

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

journal article

Shopsmart 4 health: results of a randomized controlled trial of a behavioral intervention promoting fruit and vegetable consumption among socioeconomically disadvantaged women

K Ball, S McNaughton, H Le, G Abbott, L Stephens, D Crawford

(2016), Vol. 104, pp. 436-445, American journal of clinical nutrition, Rockville, Md., C1

journal article

Exploring the dietary patterns of young New Zealand women and associations with BMI and body fat

J Schrijvers, S McNaughton, K Beck, R Kruger

(2016), Vol. 8, pp. 1-15, Nutrients, Basel, Switzerland, C1

journal article

Meal frequency but not snack frequency is associated with micronutrient intakes and overall diet quality in Australian men and women.

R Leech, K Livingstone, A Worsley, A Timperio, S McNaughton

(2016), Vol. 146, pp. 2027-2034, Journal of nutrition, Rockville, MD., C1

journal article

Older adults' attitudes to food and nutrition: a qualitative study

J Winter, S Mcnaughton, C Nowson

(2016), Vol. 5, pp. 114-119, The journal of aging research and clinical practice, Auzeville-Tolosane, France, C1

journal article

Mediating effects of dietary intake on associations of TV viewing, body mass index and metabolic syndrome in adolescents

E Fletcher, S McNaughton, K Lacy, D Dunstan, V Carson, J Salmon

(2016), Vol. 2, pp. 232-240, Obesity science and practice, Hoboken, N.J., C1

journal article

Diet quality is associated with obesity and hypertension in Australian adults: a cross sectional study.

K Livingstone, S McNaughton

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

journal article

Correlates of meal skipping in young adults: a systematic review

F Pendergast, K Livingstone, A Worsley, S McNaughton

(2016), Vol. 13, pp. 1-15, International journal of behavioral nutrition and physical activity, London, Eng., C1

journal article

Report on a scoping review into dietary pattern and health impacts

M Lawrence, C Pollard, K Wingrove, R Stanton, A Lee, S McNaughton

(2016), A6

research report/technical paper
2015

A dietary guideline adherence score is positively associated with dietary biomarkers but not lipid profile in healthy children

R Golley, S McNaughton, G Hendrie

(2015), Vol. 145, pp. 128-133, Journal of nutrition, Rockville, Md., C1

journal article

Associations between the perceived environment and physical activity among adults aged 55-65 years : does urban-rural area of residence matter?

V Cleland, M Sodergren, P Otahal, A Timperio, K Ball, D Crawford, J Salmon, S McNaughton

(2015), Vol. 23, pp. 55-63, Journal of aging and physical activity, Champaign, Ill., C1

journal article

Associations of diet quality with health-related quality of life in older Australian men and women

C Milte, M Thorpe, D Crawford, K Ball, S McNaughton

(2015), Vol. 64, pp. 8-16, Experimental gerontology, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal article

Socio-economic differences in predictors of frequent dairy food consumption among Australian adolescents: a longitudinal study

L Stephens, S McNaughton, D Crawford, K Ball

(2015), Vol. 18, pp. 3326-3336, Public health nutrition, Cambrigde, Eng., C1

journal article

Relationship of the perceived social and physical environment with mental health-related quality of life in middle-aged and older adults: mediating effects of physical activity

D Van Dyck, M Teychenne, S McNaughton, I De Bourdeaudhuij, J Salmon

(2015), Vol. 10, pp. 1-16, PLoS One, San Francisco, Calif., C1-1

journal article

Understanding meal patterns: definitions, methodology and impact on nutrient intake and diet quality

R Leech, A Worsley, A Timperio, S McNaughton

(2015), Vol. 28, pp. 1-21, Nutrition research reviews, Cambridge, Eng., C1

journal article

Predictors and risks of body fat profiles in young New Zealand European, Māori and Pacific women: study protocol for the women's EXPLORE study

R Kruger, S Shultz, S McNaughton, A Russell, R Firestone, L George, K Beck, C Conlon, P von Hurst, B Breier, S Jayasinghe, W O’Brien, B Jones, W Stonehouse

(2015), Vol. 4, pp. 1-11, SpringerPlus, C1

journal article

Influence of price discounts and skill-building strategies on purchase and consumption of healthy food and beverages: outcomes of the Supermarket Healthy Eating for Life randomized controlled trial

K Ball, S McNaughton, H Le, L Gold, C Ni Mhurchu, G Abbott, C Pollard, D Crawford

(2015), Vol. 101, pp. 1055-1064, American journal of clinical nutrition, Bethesda, Md., C1

journal article

Clustering of diet, physical activity and sedentary behaviour among Australian children: cross-sectional and longitudinal associations with overweight and obesity

R Leech, S McNaughton, A Timperio

(2015), Vol. 39, pp. 1079-1085, International journal of obesity, London, Eng., C1

journal article

Great 'app-eal' but not there yet: a review of iPhone nutrition applications relevant to child weight management

T Burrows, A Khambalia, R Perry, D Carty, G Hendrie, M Allman-Farinelli, S Garnett, S Mcnaughton, A Rangan, H Truby, C Collins, R Golley

(2015), Vol. 72, pp. 363-367, Nutrition and dietetics, Chichester, Eng., C1

journal article

Nutrition promotion approaches preferred by Australian adolescents attending schools in disadvantaged neighbourhoods: a qualitative study

L Stephens, S McNaughton, D Crawford, K Ball

(2015), Vol. 15, pp. 1-12, BMC Pediatrics, London, Eng., C1

journal article

Cross-continental comparison of national food consumption survey methods-A narrative review

W de Keyzer, T Bracke, S McNaughton, W Parnell, A Moshfegh, R Pereira, H-S Lee, P van't Veer, S de Henauw, I Huybrechts

(2015), Vol. 7, pp. 3587-3620, Nutrients, Basel, Switzerland, C1

journal article

Is the relationship between sedentary behaviour and cardiometabolic health in adolescents independent of dietary intake? A systematic review.

E Fletcher, R Leech, S McNaughton, D Dunstan, K Lacy, J Salmon

(2015), Vol. 16, pp. 795-805, Obesity reviews, London, Eng, C1

journal article

Maternal efficacy and sedentary behavior rules predict child obesity resilience

D Crawford, K Ball, V Cleland, L Thornton, G Abbott, S McNaughton, K Campbell, J Brug, J Salmon, A Timperio

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

journal article

Comparative analysis of microRNA expression in mouse and human brown adipose tissue

I Guller, S McNaughton, T Crowley, V Gilsanz, S Kajimura, M Watt, A Russell

(2015), Vol. 16, pp. 1-11, BMC genomics, London, Eng., C1

journal article

Characterizing eating patterns: a comparison of eating occasion definitions

R Leech, A Worsley, A Timperio, S McNaughton

(2015), Vol. 102, pp. 1229-1237, American journal of clinical nutrition, Washington, D.C., C1

journal article
2014

Iron status and dietary iron intake of female blood donors.

A Booth, K Lim, H Capper, D Irving, J Fisher, S McNaughton, L Riddell, A Keller, C Nowson

(2014), Vol. 54, pp. 770-774, Transfusion, C1

journal article

Predictors of high-energy foods and beverages: A longitudinal study among socio-economically disadvantaged adolescents

L Stephens, S McNaughton, D Crawford, K Ball

(2014), Vol. 17, pp. 324-337, Public Health Nutrition, C1

journal article

Predicting healthy lifestyle patterns among retirement age older adults in the WELL study: A latent class analysis of sex differences

M Södergren, W Wang, J Salmon, K Ball, D Crawford, S McNaughton

(2014), Vol. 77, pp. 41-46, Maturitas, C1

journal article

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

A Cameron, K Ball, K Hesketh, S McNaughton, J Salmon, D Crawford, S Lioret, K Campbell

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

journal article

Family food involvement and frequency of family dinner meals among Australian children aged 10-12years. Cross-sectional and longitudinal associations with dietary patterns

R Leech, S McNaughton, D Crawford, K Campbell, N Pearson, A Timperio

(2014), Vol. 75, pp. 64-70, Appetite, C1

journal article

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

A Walsh, S Lioret, A Cameron, K Hesketh, S McNaughton, D Crawford, K Campbell

(2014), Vol. 11, International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, C1

journal article

Mediators of the relationship between sedentary behavior and depressive symptoms amongst disadvantaged women

M Teychenne, S Torres, S McNaughton, J Salmon, K Ball

(2014), Vol. 7, pp. 30-36, Mental health and physical activity, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal article

Longitudinal predictors of frequent vegetable and fruit consumption among socio-economically disadvantaged Australian adolescents

L Stephens, S McNaughton, D Crawford, K Ball

(2014), Vol. 78, pp. 165-171, Appetite, C1

journal article

Clustering of children's obesity-related behaviours: Associations with sociodemographic indicators

R Leech, S McNaughton, A Timperio

(2014), Vol. 68, pp. 623-628, European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, C1

journal article

Three-year change in diet quality and associated changes in BMI among schoolchildren living in socio-economically disadvantaged neighbourhoods

S Lioret, S McNaughton, A Cameron, D Crawford, K Campbell, V Cleland, K Ball

(2014), Vol. 112, pp. 260-268, British Journal of Nutrition, C1

journal article

Diet quality in young adults and its association with food-related behaviours

M Thorpe, M Kestin, L Riddell, R Keast, S McNaughton

(2014), Vol. 17, pp. 1767-1775, Public health nutrition, Cambridge, Eng., C1

journal article

The association of mavenism and pleasure with food involvement in older adults

J Somers, A Worsley, S McNaughton

(2014), Vol. 11, International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, C1

journal article

The clustering of diet, physical activity and sedentary behavior in children and adolescents: A review

R Leech, S McNaughton, A Timperio

(2014), Vol. 11, International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, C1

journal article

Longitudinal associations between fish consumption and depression in young adults

K Smith, K Sanderson, S McNaughton, S Gall, T Dwyer, A Venn

(2014), Vol. 179, pp. 1228-1235, American Journal of Epidemiology, Cary, NC, C1

journal article

Social and physical environmental correlates of adults' weekend sitting time and moderating effects of retirement status and physical health

V Van Holle, S McNaughton, M Teychenne, A Timperio, D Van Dyck, I De Bourdeaudhuij, J Salmon

(2014), Vol. 11, pp. 9790-9810, International journal of environmental research and public health, Basel, Switzerland, C1

journal article

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

K Campbell, G Hendrie, C Nowson, C Grimes, M Riley, S Lioret, S McNaughton

(2014), Vol. 114, pp. 1525-1532, Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal article

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

R Golley, S McNaughton, C Collins, A Magarey, S Garnett, K Campbell, K Mallan, T Burrows

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

journal article

Mediators of improved child diet quality following a health promotion intervention: the Melbourne InFANT program

Alison Spence, Karen Campbell, David Crawford, Sarah McNaughton, Kylie Hesketh

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

journal article
2013

Cohort profile: The Resilience for Eating and Activity Despite Inequality (READI) study

K Ball, V Cleland, J Salmon, A Timperio, S McNaughton, L Thornton, K Campbell, M Jackson, L Baur, G Mishra, J Brug, R Jeffery, A King, I Kawachi, D Crawford

(2013), Vol. 42, pp. 1629-1639, International Journal of Epidemiology, C1-1

journal article

The Melbourne Infant Feeding, Activity and Nutrition Trial (InFANT) Program follow-up

K Hesketh, K Campbell, J Salmon, S McNaughton, Z McCallum, A Cameron, K Ball, L Gold, N Andrianopoulos, D Crawford

(2013), Vol. 34, pp. 145-151, Contemporary Clinical Trials, C1

journal article

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

S Lioret, A Cameron, S McNaughton, D Crawford, A Spence, K Hesketh, K Campbell

(2013), pp. 1-12, Maternal and child nutrition, London, Eng, C1

journal article

Tracking of dietary intakes in early childhood: The Melbourne InFANT Program

S Lioret, S McNaughton, A Spence, D Crawford, K Campbell

(2013), Vol. 67, pp. 275-281, European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, C1

journal article

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

K Campbell, S Lioret, S McNaughton, D Crawford, J Salmon, K Ball, Z McCallum, B Gerner, A Spence, A Cameron, J Hnatiuk, O Ukoumunne, L Gold, G Abbott, K Hesketh

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

journal article

Nutrition screening of older people in a community general practice, using the MNA-SF

J Winter, D Flanagan, S McNaughton, C Nowson

(2013), Vol. 17, pp. 322-325, Journal of Nutrition, Health and Aging, C1

journal article

ShopSmart 4 Health - Protocol of a skills-based randomised controlled trial promoting fruit and vegetable consumption among socioeconomically disadvantaged women

K Ball, S McNaughton, H Le, N Andrianopoulos, V Inglis, B McNeilly, I Lichomets, A Granados, D Crawford

(2013), Vol. 13, BMC Public Health, C1

journal article

Does the availability of snack foods in supermarkets vary internationally?

L Thornton, A Cameron, S McNaughton, W Waterlander, M Sodergren, C Svastisalee, L Blanchard, A Liese, S Battersby, M Carter, J Sheeshka, S Kirkpatrick, S Sherman, G Cowburn, C Foster, D Crawford

(2013), Vol. 10, International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, C1

journal article

Variation in supermarket exposure to energy-dense snack foods by socio-economic position

A Cameron, L Thornton, S McNaughton, D Crawford

(2013), Vol. 16, pp. 1178-1185, Public Health Nutrition, C1

journal article

A health promotion intervention can affect diet quality in early childhood

A Spence, S McNaughton, S Lioret, K Hesketh, D Crawford, K Campbell

(2013), Vol. 143, pp. 1672-1678, Journal of Nutrition, C1

journal article

The contribution of diet, physical activity and sedentary behaviour to body mass index in women with and without polycystic ovary syndrome

L Moran, S Ranasinha, S Zoungas, S McNaughton, W Brown, H Teede

(2013), Vol. 28, pp. 2276-2283, Human Reproduction, C1

journal article

Health, behavioral, cognitive, and social correlates of breakfast skipping among women living in socioeconomically disadvantaged neighborhoods

K Smith, S McNaughton, V Cleland, D Crawford, K Ball

(2013), Vol. 143, pp. 1774-1784, Journal of Nutrition, C1

journal article

Independent and joint associations of TV viewing time and snack food consumption with the metabolic syndrome and its components; a cross-sectional study in Australian adults

A Thorp, S McNaughton, N Owen, D Dunstan

(2013), Vol. 10, pp. 1-11, International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, C1

journal article

Educational inequalities in TV viewing among older adults: A mediation analysis of ecological factors

K De Cocker, I De Bourdeaudhuij, M Teychenne, S McNaughton, J Salmon

(2013), Vol. 10, International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, C1

journal article

Home food availability mediates associations between mothers' nutrition knowledge and child diet

K Campbell, G Abbott, A Spence, D Crawford, S McNaughton, K Ball

(2013), Vol. 71, pp. 1-6, Appetite, C1

journal article
2012

The availability of snack food displays that may trigger impulse purchases in Melbourne supermarkets

L Thornton, A Cameron, S McNaughton, A Worsley, D Crawford

(2012), Vol. 12, BMC Public Health, C1

journal article

Takeaway food consumption and cardio-metabolic risk factors in young adults

K Smith, L Blizzard, S McNaughton, S Gall, T Dwyer, A Venn

(2012), Vol. 66, pp. 577-584, European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, C1

journal article

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

L Smithers, L Brazionis, R Golley, M Mittinty, K Northstone, P Emmett, S Mcnaughton, K Campbell, J Lynch

(2012), Vol. 66, pp. 658-666, European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, C1

journal article

Diet quality is associated with all-cause mortality in adults aged 65 years and older

S McNaughton, C Bates, G Mishra

(2012), Vol. 142, pp. 320-325, Journal of Nutrition, C1

journal article

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

R Golley, L Smithers, M Mittinty, L Brazionis, P Emmett, K Northstone, K Campbell, S McNaughton, J Lynch

(2012), Vol. 142, pp. 901-908, Journal of Nutrition, C1

journal article

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

A Cameron, K Ball, N Pearson, S Lioret, D Crawford, K Campbell, K Hesketh, S McNaughton

(2012), Vol. 7, pp. 329-342, Pediatric Obesity, C1

journal article

Parents' dietary patterns are significantly correlated: Findings from the Melbourne Infant Feeding Activity and Nutrition Trial Program

S Lioret, S McNaughton, D Crawford, A Spence, K Hesketh, K Campbell

(2012), Vol. 108, pp. 518-526, British Journal of Nutrition, C1

journal article

Associations between fruit and vegetable intake, leisure-time physical activity, sitting time and self-rated health among older adults: Cross-sectional data from the WELL study

M Södergren, S McNaughton, J Salmon, K Ball, D Crawford

(2012), Vol. 12, BMC Public Health, C1-1

journal article

A parent focused child obesity prevention intervention improves some mother obesity risk behaviors: The Melbourne infant program

S Lioret, K Campbell, D Crawford, A Spence, K Hesketh, S McNaughton

(2012), Vol. 9, International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, C1

journal article

Understanding determinants of nutrition, physical activity and quality of life among older adults: the Wellbeing, Eating and Exercise for a Long Life (WELL) study

S McNaughton, D Crawford, K Ball, J Salmon

(2012), Vol. 10, Health and Quality of Life Outcomes, C1

journal article

Daily eating frequency and cardiometabolic risk factors in young Australian adults: Cross-sectional analyses

K Smith, L Blizzard, S McNaughton, S Gall, T Dwyer, A Venn

(2012), Vol. 108, pp. 1086-1094, British Journal of Nutrition, C1

journal article

The quality of dietary intake methodology and reporting in child and adolescent obesity intervention trials: A systematic review

T Burrows, R Golley, A Khambalia, S Mcnaughton, A Magarey, R Rosenkranz, M Alllman-Farinelli, A Rangan, H Truby, C Collins

(2012), Vol. 13, pp. 1125-1138, Obesity Reviews, C1

journal article
2011

An energy-dense, nutrient-poor dietary pattern is inversely associated with bone health in women

S McNaughton, N Wattanapenpaiboon, J Wark, C Nowson

(2011), Vol. 141, pp. 1516-1523, Journal of Nutrition, C1

journal article

Energy intake and dietary patterns in childhood and throughout adulthood and mammographic density: Results from a British prospective cohort

G Mishra, I Dos Santos Silva, S McNaughton, A Stephen, D Kuh

(2011), Vol. 22, pp. 227-235, Cancer Causes and Control, C1

journal article

Selected Dietary Micronutrients and the Risk of Right- and Left-Sided Colorectal Cancers: A Case-Control Study in Western Australia

L van Lee, J Heyworth, S McNaughton, B Iacopetta, C Clayforth, L Fritschi

(2011), Vol. 21, pp. 170-177, Annals of Epidemiology, C1

journal article

Involvement of Young Australian Adults in Meal Preparation: Cross-Sectional Associations with Abdominal Obesity and Body Mass Index

K Smith, S McNaughton, S Gall, L Blizzard, T Dwyer, A Venn

(2011), Vol. 111, pp. 1187-1191, Journal of the American Dietetic Association, C1

journal article

Fruit and Vegetable Consumption and the Risk of Proximal Colon, Distal Colon, and Rectal Cancers in a Case-Control Study in Western Australia

N Annema, J Heyworth, S McNaughton, B Iacopetta, L Fritschi

(2011), Vol. 111, pp. 1479-1490, Journal of the American Dietetic Association, C1

journal article

Understanding the Eating Behaviors of Adolescents: Application of Dietary Patterns Methodology to Behavioral Nutrition Research

S McNaughton

(2011), Vol. 111, pp. 226-229, Journal of the American Dietetic Association, C1

journal article

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

A Magarey, J Watson, R Golley, T Burrows, R Sutherland, S Mcnaughton, E Denney-Wilson, K Campbell, C Collins

(2011), Vol. 6, pp. 2-11, International Journal of Pediatric Obesity, C1

journal article

Scores on the dietary guideline index for children and adolescents are associated with nutrient intake and socio-economic position but not adiposity

R Golley, G Hendrie, S McNaughton

(2011), Vol. 141, pp. 1340-1347, Journal of Nutrition, C1

journal article

Correlates of dietary resilience among socioeconomically disadvantaged adolescents

L Stephens, S McNaughton, D Crawford, A MacFarlane, K Ball

(2011), Vol. 65, pp. 1219-1232, European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, C1

journal article

Clustering of Obesity-Related Risk Behaviors in Children and Their Mothers

A Cameron, D Crawford, J Salmon, K Campbell, S McNaughton, G Mishra, K Ball

(2011), Vol. 21, pp. 95-102, Annals of Epidemiology, C1

journal article

Supermarket Healthy Eating for Life (SHELf): Protocol of a randomised controlled trial promoting healthy food and beverage consumption through price reduction and skill-building strategies

K Ball, S McNaughton, C Mhurchu, N Andrianopoulos, V Inglis, B McNeilly, H Le, D Leslie, C Pollard, D Crawford

(2011), Vol. 11, BMC Public Health, C1

journal article

Is greater variety of chocolates and confectionery in supermarkets associated with more consumption?

L Thornton, A Cameron, D Crawford, S McNaughton, K Ball

(2011), Vol. 35, pp. 292-293, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, C1

journal article
2010

Involvement of young Australian adults in meal preparation: cross-sectional associations with sociodemographic factors and diet quality.

K Smith, S McNaughton, S Gall, L Blizzard, T Dwyer, A Venn

(2010), Vol. 110, pp. 1363-1367, Journal of the American Dietetic Association, C1

journal article

Dietary patterns, assessed from a weighed food record, and survival among elderly participants from the United Kingdom

M Hamer, S McNaughton, C Bates, G Mishra

(2010), Vol. 64, pp. 853-861, European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, C1

journal article

Does food planning mediate the association between living arrangements and fruit and vegetable consumption among women aged 40 years and older?

W Hunter, S McNaughton, D Crawford, K Ball

(2010), Vol. 54, pp. 533-537, Appetite, C1

journal article

Major dietary patterns of young and middle aged women: Results from a prospective Australian cohort study

G Mishra, S McNaughton, K Ball, W Brown, G Giles, A Dobson

(2010), Vol. 64, pp. 1125-1133, European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, C1

journal article

Skipping breakfast: Longitudinal associations with cardiometabolic risk factors in the childhood determinants of adult health study

K Smith, S Gall, S McNaughton, L Blizzard, T Dwyer, A Venn

(2010), Vol. 92, pp. 1316-1325, American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, C1

journal article

Is healthy behavior contagious: Associations of social norms with physical activity and healthy eating

K Ball, R Jeffery, G Abbott, S McNaughton, D Crawford

(2010), Vol. 7, International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, C1

journal article
2009

Is the perception of time pressure a barrier to healthy eating and physical activity among women?

N Welch, S McNaughton, W Hunter, C Hume, D Crawford

(2009), Vol. 12, pp. 888-895, Public Health Nutrition, C1

journal article

Takeaway food consumption and its associations with diet quality and abdominal obesity: A cross-sectional study of young adults

K Smith, S McNaughton, S Gall, L Blizzard, T Dwyer, A Venn

(2009), Vol. 6, International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, C1

journal article

Food patterns associated with blood lipids are predictive of coronary heart disease: The Whitehall II study

S McNaughton, G Mishra, E Brunner

(2009), Vol. 102, pp. 619-624, British Journal of Nutrition, C1

journal article

Dietary quality is associated with diabetes and cardio-metabolic risk factors

S McNaughton, D Dunstan, K Ball, J Shaw, D Crawford

(2009), Vol. 139, pp. 734-742, Journal of Nutrition, C1

journal article

Intake of B vitamins in childhood and adult life in relation to psychological distress among women in a British birth cohort

G Mishra, S McNaughton, M O'Connell, C Prynne, D Kuh

(2009), Vol. 12, pp. 166-174, Public Health Nutrition, C1

journal article
2008

An index of diet and eating patterns is a valid measure of diet quality in an Australian population

S McNaughton, K Ball, D Crawford, G Mishra

(2008), Vol. 138, pp. 86-93, Journal of Nutrition, C1

journal article

Dietary patterns of adolescents and risk of obesity and hypertension

S McNaughton, K Ball, G Mishra, D Crawford

(2008), Vol. 138, pp. 364-370, Journal of Nutrition, C1

journal article

No effect of n-3 long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acid (EPA and DHA) supplementation on depressed mood and cognitive function: a randomised controlled trial

P Rogers, K Appleton, D Kessler, T Peters, D Gunnell, R Hayward, S Heatherley, L Christian, S Mcnaughton, A Ness

(2008), Vol. 99, pp. 421-431, British Journal of Nutrition, C1-1

journal article

Dietary patterns, insulin resistance, and incidence of type 2 diabetes in the whitehall II study

S McNaughton, G Mishra, E Brunner

(2008), Vol. 31, pp. 1343-1348, Diabetes Care, C1

journal article
2007

Research skills

S McNaughton, K Ball, D Crawford

(2007), pp. 327-351, Public health nutrition: from principles to practice, Crows Nest, N.S.W., B1

book chapter

Dietary patterns throughout adult life are associated with body mass index, waist circumference, blood pressure, and red cell folate

S McNaughton, G Mishra, A Stephen, M Wadsworth

(2007), Vol. 137, pp. 99-105, Journal of Nutrition, C1-1

journal article

Validation of a FFQ to estimate the intake of PUFA using plasma phospholipid fatty acids and weighed foods records

S McNaughton, M Hughes, G Marks

(2007), Vol. 97, pp. 561-568, British Journal of Nutrition, C1

journal article

Depressed mood and n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acid intake from fish: Non-linear or confounded association?

K Appleton, T Peters, R Hayward, S Heatherley, S McNaughton, P Rogers, D Gunnell, A Ness, D Kessler

(2007), Vol. 42, pp. 100-104, Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology, C1-1

journal article
2006

Longitudinal changes in dietary patterns during adult life

G Mishra, S McNaughton, G Bramwell, M Wadsworth

(2006), Vol. 96, pp. 735-744, British Journal of Nutrition, C1-1

journal article
2005

Dietary silicon intake in post-menopausal women

S McNaughton, C Bolton-Smith, G Mishra, R Jugdaohsingh, J Powell

(2005), Vol. 94, pp. 813-817, British Journal of Nutrition, C1-1

journal article

Role of dietary factors in the development of basal cell cancer and squamous cell cancer of the skin

S McNaughton, G Marks, A Green

(2005), Vol. 14, pp. 1596-1607, Cancer Epidemiology Biomarkers and Prevention, C1-1

journal article

Validation of a food-frequency questionnaire assessment of carotenoid and vitamin E intake using weighed food records and plasma biomarkers: The method of triads model

S McNaughton, G Marks, P Gaffney, G Williams, A Green

(2005), Vol. 59, pp. 211-218, European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, C1-1

journal article

Antioxidants and basal cell carcinoma of the skin: A nested case-control study

S McNaughton, G Marks, P Gaffney, G Williams, A Green

(2005), Vol. 16, pp. 609-618, Cancer Causes and Control, C1-1

journal article

Comparability of dietary patterns assessed by multiple dietary assessment methods: Results from the 1946 British Birth Cohort

S McNaughton, G Mishra, G Bramwell, A Paul, M Wadsworth

(2005), Vol. 59, pp. 341-352, European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, C1-1

journal article

Supplement use is associated with health status and health-related behaviors in the 1946 British Birth Cohort

S McNaughton, G Mishra, A Paul, C Prynne, M Wadsworth

(2005), Vol. 135, pp. 1782-1789, Journal of Nutrition, C1-1

journal article

Evaluation of brief dietary questions to estimate vegetable and fruit consumption - Using serum carotenoids and red-cell folate

T Coyne, T Ibiebele, S McNaughton, I Rutishauser, K O'Dea, A Hodge, C McClintock, M Findlay, A Lee

(2005), Vol. 8, pp. 298-308, Public Health Nutrition, C1

journal article

A provisional database for the silicon content of foods in the United Kingdom

J Powell, S McNaughton, R Jugdaohsingh, S Anderson, J Dear, J Khot, L Mowatt, K Gleason, M Sykes, R Thompson, C Bolton-Smith, M Hodson

(2005), Vol. 94, pp. 804-812, British Journal of Nutrition, C1-1

journal article
2003

Development of a food composition database for the estimation of dietary inatkes of glucosinolates, the biologically active constituents of cruciferous vegetables

S McNaughton, G Marks

(2003), Vol. 90, pp. 687-697, British Journal of Nutrition, C1-1

journal article
2002

Selenium content of Australian foods: A review of literature values

S McNaughton, G Marks

(2002), Vol. 15, pp. 169-182, Journal of Food Composition and Analysis, C1-1

journal article
2001

Energy expenditure and the body cell mass in cystic fibrosis

R Shepherd, R Greer, S McNaughton, M Wotton, G Cleghorn

(2001), Vol. 17, pp. 22-25, Nutrition, C1-1

journal article
2000

Nutritional status of children with cystic fibrosis measured by total body potassium as a marker of body cell mass: lack of sensitivity of anthropometric measures

S McNaughton, R Shepherd, R Greer, G Cleghorn, B Thomas

(2000), Vol. 136, pp. 188-194, Journal of pediatrics, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1-1

journal article
1999

Growth failure in cystic fibrosis

S McNaughton, D Stormont, R Shepherd, P Francis, B Dean

(1999), Vol. 35, pp. 86-92, Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health, Chichester, Eng., C1-1

journal article

Funded Projects at Deakin

Australian Competitive Grants

Dietary patterns and diet quality in population health: developing the evidence-base for public health nutrition

Prof Sarah McNaughton

NHF Fellowship - Postdoctoral Research Fellowship - National Heart Foundation of Australia

  • 2011: $35,375
  • 2010: $69,750
  • 2009: $17,438

Development and application of practical tools for the assessment of dietary patterns in the Australian population

Prof Sarah McNaughton

NHMRC - Training PD Award - Public Health Fellowships

  • 2009: $53,438
  • 2008: $69,750
  • 2007: $68,500
  • 2006: $67,250

Effectiveness of a skill-building and price reduction intervention for promoting healthy eating

Prof Kylie Ball, Prof David Crawford, Prof Sarah McNaughton, A/Prof Cliona Ni Mhurchu, Dr Nick Andrianopoulous

NHMRC Project Grant

  • 2012: $157,704
  • 2011: $188,174
  • 2010: $144,110

Understanding personal, social and environmental influences on nutrition and physical activity behaviours among older adults living in urban and rural areas

Prof Sarah McNaughton, Prof David Crawford, Prof Kylie Ball, Prof Jo Salmon

ARC - Discovery Projects

  • 2012: $64,603
  • 2011: $62,210
  • 2010: $91,868

Understanding personal, social and environmental influences on nutrition and physical activity behaviours among older adults

Prof Sarah McNaughton, Prof David Crawford, Prof Kylie Ball, Prof Jo Salmon, Dr Wendy Hunter

DART Grant - Research - Diabetes Australia - Victoria (Research Trust)

  • 2009: $29,452
  • 2008: $29,812

Improving eating behaviours in low-income communities

Prof Kylie Ball, Prof David Crawford, Prof Sarah McNaughton, Ms Victoria Inglis, Ms Beth Scholes

ARC Linkage - Projects Rnd 2

  • 2012: $10,985
  • 2011: $21,156
  • 2010: $26,034
  • 2009: $15,304

Assessing sustainability of positive outcomes in a successful child obesity prevention intervention: Follow-up of The Melbourne InFANT Program

Prof Kylie Hesketh, Prof Karen Campbell, Prof David Crawford, Prof Jo Salmon, Prof Sarah McNaughton, Dr Zoe McCallum, A/Prof Adrian Cameron

NHMRC Project Grant

  • 2013: $345,456
  • 2012: $295,564
  • 2011: $241,679

Dietary patterns across the life-course: implications for the prevention of obesity, cardiometabolic disease and public health

Prof Sarah McNaughton

ARC Fellowships - Future Fellowships

  • 2014: $91,381
  • 2013: $184,123
  • 2012: $184,982
  • 2011: $267,180

Understanding meal patterns: developing the evidence-base for nutrition messages

Prof Sarah McNaughton, Prof Tony Worsley

ARC - Discovery Projects

  • 2015: $95,100
  • 2014: $92,166
  • 2013: $109,291

Building evidence to improve health through optimal diet

Prof Sarah McNaughton

NHMRC CDF - Career Development Fellowship

  • 2019: $122,662
  • 2018: $120,849
  • 2017: $119,181
  • 2016: $117,535

Eating patterns: How do they interact with activity, sleep and mood?

Prof Sarah McNaughton, Prof David Dunstan, Dr Charli Sargent, Prof Tony Worsley, Dr Helen Macpherson

ARC - Discovery Projects

  • 2019: $219,934
  • 2018: $149,302
  • 2017: $141,935

A 21st Century Approach for Improving Self-Management of Heart Disease

Prof Ralph Maddison, Prof Kylie Ball, Prof Brian Oldenburg, Prof Sarah McNaughton, Dr Jonathan Rawstorn, Dr Karen Lamb, Dr Lan Gao, A/Prof Chris Neil, Dr John Amerena, Prof Marj Moodie, Dr Voltaire Nadurata, Prof Clara Chow

NHMRC Project Grant

  • 2020: $140,966
  • 2019: $348,604
  • 2018: $381,552

Reforming evidence synthesis and translation for food and nutrition policy

Prof Mark Lawrence, Dr Phillip Baker, Prof Tony Worsley, Prof Sarah McNaughton

ARC - Discovery Projects

  • 2020: $111,176
  • 2019: $110,410

TeleFFIT - A personalized, telehealth exercise and lifestyle risk factor management program to reduce falls and fracture risk in older adults: A 12-month hybrid effectiveness-implementation trial

Prof Robin Daly, A/Prof Kim Bennell, A/Prof David Scott, Prof Peter Ebeling, Prof Andrea Maier, Prof Lora Giangregorio, Prof Rana Hinman, A/Prof Jennifer Watts, Dr Harriet Koorts, Prof Sarah McNaughton

MRFF Preventive and Public Health Research Grant

  • 2020: $902,851

Other Public Sector Funding

Assessing dietary intakes among infants and toddlers in the InFANT study

Prof Sarah McNaughton, Prof Karen Campbell

  • 2015: $38,100

Analysis of beverage consumption of young adults using the MEALS project

Prof Sarah McNaughton, Prof Tony Worsley

  • 2016: $34,952

Industry and Other Funding

Lifestyle contributors to iron status in Australian blood donors

Prof Lynn Riddell, Prof Caryl Nowson, Prof Sarah McNaughton, Dr David Irving

  • 2011: $3,000
  • 2010: $4,432

Enhancing the evidence base by value adding to an existing successful intervention for child obesity prevention. Getting healthy eating and active play right from the start.

Prof Karen Campbell, Prof Kylie Hesketh, Prof David Crawford, Prof Kylie Ball, Prof Sarah McNaughton, Prof John Lynch

  • 2015: $20,366
  • 2014: $112,747
  • 2013: $95,663
  • 2012: $92,002
  • 2011: $77,812

Understanding the importance of a healthy diet for preserving cognitive function of older Australians

Dr Catherine Milte, Prof Sarah McNaughton, Prof David Crawford, Prof Kylie Ball

  • 2014: $48,514

Scoping review on dietary patterns and their health impact

Prof Mark Lawrence, Prof Sarah McNaughton

  • 2016: $3,894
  • 2015: $23,646

Dietary patterns

Prof Mark Lawrence, Prof Sarah McNaughton

  • 2016: $6,372

Redevelopment of the NEST program and evaluation framework.

Prof Kylie Ball, Prof Sarah McNaughton, Dr Rebecca Lindberg

  • 2019: $9,838

Other Funding Sources

Online dietary assessment for research: The Automated Self-Administered 24-Hour Dietary Recall (ASA24) for Australia

Prof Sarah McNaughton, Prof Kylie Ball, Prof Clare Collins, A/Prof Margaret Allman-Farinelli, Prof Linda Tapsell, Prof David Crawford, Prof Lynne Cobiac, Dr Tracy Burrows, Dr Amy Subar

  • 2015: $90,908
  • 2014: $510,000

Supervisions

Principal Supervisor
2017

Carol Matthews

Thesis entitled: Exploring the eating behaviours of people in mid-late adulthood

Doctor of Philosophy (Nutrition & Exercise) (Low Cost), School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences

Rebecca Leech

Thesis entitled: Understanding adults' eating patterns

Doctor of Philosophy (Nutrition & Exercise) (Low Cost), School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences

Felicity Jayne Pendergast

Thesis entitled: Examining the eating patterns of young adults

Doctor of Philosophy (Nutrition & Exercise) (Low Cost), School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences

2016

Maree Mead

Thesis entitled: Dietary patterns and cardiometabolic risk among older adults

Doctor of Philosophy (Nutrition & Exercise) (Low Cost), School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences

Associate Supervisor
2017

Eloise Annette Fletcher

Thesis entitled: Sedentary Behaviour and Cardiometabolic Health in Adolescents: Role of Diet

Doctor of Philosophy (Nutrition & Exercise) (Low Cost), School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences

2016

Jane Winter

Thesis entitled: Nutritional Risk in Community Dwelling Older Adults

Doctor of Philosophy (Nutrition & Exercise) (Low Cost), School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences

2013

Lena Diana Amber Stephens

Thesis entitled: EXPLORING INFLUENCES ON EATING BEHAVIOURS OF ADOLESCENTS EXPERIENCING SOCIOECONOMIC DISADVANTAGE

Doctor of Philosophy (Nutrition & Exercise) (Low Cost), School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences

2012

Alison Spence

Thesis entitled: Mediators of Dietary Patterns in an Intervention to Improve Early Childhood Nutrition

Doctor of Philosophy (Nutrition & Exercise) (Low Cost), School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences