Journal of Public Health Policy and Planning

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Kerina I Tull Author

Exploration of better policies and programmes to improve socioeconomic status of hiv-affected individuals in nepal: a qualitative study.

Department of Health and Development, Nuffield Centre for International Health and Development, Leeds Institute of Health Sciences, University of Leeds,

Biography:

Kerina is the Food Systems Learning-Support Specialist for the Micronutrient Action Policy Support (MAPS) project. She obtained her first degree (hons) in Nutrition, Physiology and Biochemistry. After completing her M.Med.Sci., where she explored socio-economic differences in nutritional and anthropometric status of urban schoolchildren in Malawi, Kerina worked as a Research Nutritionist on the EPIC-Norfolk Study of cancer based at the University of Cambridge; as a Diet and Nutrition Surveys Scientific Officer for the Food Standards Agency, and as a voluntary Food Labeling and Marketing Project Assistant at Sustain: the alliance for better food and farming.

Subjects of specialization: Food Habits , Nutrition , Nutrition Assessment , Human Nutrition , Child Nutrition

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