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How We Teach Children with Asthma to Use Their Inhaler: A Scoping Review

Patrick McCrossan, Orla Mallon, Michael Shields, Catherine Russell, Lesley Kennedy, Dara O’Donoghue,

<h4>Background: </h4> One reason that asthma remains poorly controlled in children is poor inhaler technique. Guidelines recommend checking inhaler technique at each clinical visit. However, they do not specify how best to train children to mastery of correct inhaler technique. Many children are simply shown how to use inhalers which ... Read more >>

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The affordability of a healthy and sustainable diet: an Australian case study.

Tara Goulding, Rebecca Lindberg, Catherine Georgina Russell,

<h4>Background/aims</h4>EAT-Lancet Commission's Planetary Health Diet proposed a diet that integrates nutrition and sustainability considerations, however its affordability is unknown in many country-specific contexts, including Australia. The aim of this study is to develop a healthy and sustainable food basket modelled on the Planetary Health Diet to determine the affordability of ... Read more >>

Nutr J (Nutrition journal)
[2020, 19(1):109]

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The affordability of a healthy and sustainable diet: An Australian case study.

Tara Goulding, Rebecca Lindberg, Catherine Georgina Russell,

BACKGROUND/AIMS : EAT– Lancet Commission’s Planetary Health Diet proposed a diet that integrates nutrition and sustainability considerations, however its affordability is unknown in many country-specific contexts, including Australia. The aim of this study is to develop a healthy and sustainable food basket modelled on the Planetary Health Diet to determine ... Read more >>

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Professional and non-professional sources of formula feeding advice for parents in the first six months.

Jessica Appleton, Cathrine Fowler, Rachel Laws, Catherine Georgina Russell, Karen J Campbell, Elizabeth Denney-Wilson,

Breastfeeding is beneficial to both the mother and infant, yet many infants are either partially or fully fed with formula milk. Those parents feeding with formula receive less support from professional sources than those breastfeeding and may rely on more non-professional sources for advice, and this contributes to negative emotional ... Read more >>

Matern Child Nutr (Maternal & child nutrition)
[2020, 16(3):e12942]

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"Food" and "non-food" self-regulation in childhood: a review and reciprocal analysis.

Catherine G Russell, Alan Russell,

<h4>Background</h4>In developmental science, there is an extensive literature on non-food related self-regulation in childhood, where several domains relating to emotions, actions and cognitions have been identified. There is now growing attention to food related self-regulation in childhood, especially difficulties with ASR, and the consequences for weight gain and adiposity. The ... Read more >>

Int J Behav Nutr Phys Act (The international journal of behavioral nutrition and physical activity)
[2020, 17(1):33]

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A Fatty Acid Mouth Rinse Decreases Self-Reported Hunger and Increases Self-Reported Fullness in Healthy Australian Adults: A Randomized Cross-Over Trial.

Andrew Costanzo, Catherine G Russell, Simone Lewin, Russell Keast,

Fatty acid (FA) chemoreception in the oral cavity, known as fat taste, may trigger a satiety response that is homologous to FA chemoreception in the gastrointestinal tract. In addition, individuals with an impaired fat taste sensitivity are more likely to have an impaired satiety response. This study aimed to assess ... Read more >>

Nutrients (Nutrients)
[2020, 12(3):]

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The affordability of a healthy and sustainable diet: an Australian case study

Tara Goulding, Rebecca Lindberg, Catherine Georgina Russell,

Background/Aims EAT–Lancet Commission’s Planetary Health Diet proposed a diet that integrates nutrition and sustainability considerations, however its affordability is unknown in many country-specific contexts, including Australia. The aim of this study is to develop a healthy and sustainable food basket modelled on the Planetary Health Diet to determine the affordability ... Read more >>

Nutr J (Nutrition journal)
[2020, 19(1):]

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The Influence of Taste Liking on the Consumption of Nutrient Rich and Nutrient Poor Foods.

Djin Gie Liem, Catherine Georgina Russell,

Repeated consumption of high-energy nutrient poor foods can lead to undesirable health outcomes such as obesity. Taste plays an important role in food choice, and a better understanding of the links between the taste of foods, individual taste preferences, food choices, and intakes will aid in our understanding of why ... Read more >>

Front Nutr (Frontiers in nutrition)
[2019, 6:174]

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A Mixed Methods Study to Explore the Effects of Program Design Elements and Participant Characteristics on Parents' Engagement With an mHealth Program to Promote Healthy Infant Feeding: The Growing Healthy Program.

Sarah Taki, Catherine Georgina Russell, Sharyn Lymer, Rachel Laws, Karen Campbell, Jessica Appleton, Kok-Leong Ong, Elizabeth Denney-Wilson,

<b>Purpose:</b> Mobile health (mHealth) interventions have great potential to promote health. To increase consumer engagement in mHealth interventions it is necessary to address factors that influence the target demographic. The Growing healthy (GH) program is the first obesity prevention program delivered via a smartphone app and website offering evidence-based information ... Read more >>

Front Endocrinol (Lausanne) (Frontiers in endocrinology)
[2019, 10:397]

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Consumer Engagement in Mobile Application (App) Interventions Focused on Supporting Infant Feeding Practices for Early Prevention of Childhood Obesity.

Sarah Taki, Catherine G Russell, Li M Wen, Rachel A Laws, Karen Campbell, Huilan Xu, Elizabeth Denney-Wilson,

<b>Background and Aims:</b> There has been increasing interest in using mobile applications ("apps") for innovative health service delivery and public health interventions. This paper describes two independent studies investigating mothers' or pregnant women's perceptions of, interest in and experiences with technological devices, apps and websites about infant feeding practices. <b>Methods:</b> ... Read more >>

Front Public Health (Frontiers in public health)
[2019, 7:60]

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A biopsychosocial approach to processes and pathways in the development of overweight and obesity in childhood: Insights from developmental theory and research.

Catherine G Russell, Alan Russell,

Childhood obesity has reached alarming proportions in many countries. There is consensus that both biological (especially genetic) and environmental (including psychosocial) factors contribute to weight gain and obesity in childhood. Research has identified extensive risk or predictive factors for childhood obesity from both of these domains. There is less consensus ... Read more >>

Obes Rev (Obesity reviews : an official journal of the International Association for the Study of Obesity)
[2019, 20(5):725-749]

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Sepsis-related deaths in the at-risk population on the wards: attributable fraction of mortality in a large point-prevalence study.

Maja Kopczynska, Ben Sharif, Sian Cleaver, Naomi Spencer, Amit Kurani, Camilla Lee, Jessica Davis, Carys Durie, Jude Joseph-Gubral, Angelica Sharma, Lucy Allen, Billie Atkins, Alex Gordon, Llewelyn Jones, Amy Noble, Matthew Bradley, Henry Atkinson, Joy Inns, Harriet Penney, Carys Gilbert, Rebecca Walford, Louise Pike, Ross Edwards, Robyn Howcroft, Hazel Preston, Jennifer Gee, Nicholas Doyle, Charlotte Maden, Claire Smith, Nik Syakirah Nik Azis, Navrhinaa Vadivale, Tamas Szakmany, ,

<h4>Objective</h4>Sepsis mortality is reported to be high worldwide, however recently the attributable fraction of mortality due to sepsis (AFsepsis) has been questioned. If improvements in treatment options are to be evaluated, it is important to know what proportion of deaths are potentially preventable or modifiable after a sepsis episode. The ... Read more >>

BMC Res Notes (BMC research notes)
[2018, 11(1):720]

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Early maternal feeding practices: Associations with overweight later in childhood.

Jillian J Haszard, Catherine G Russell, Rebecca A Byrne, Rachael W Taylor, Karen J Campbell,

<h4>Background</h4>Current understanding of the impact of maternal feeding practices on weight outcomes in young children remains unclear given equivocal longitudinal study outcomes.<h4>Objectives</h4>To determine whether feeding practices used by mothers when their child was less than 2 years of age were related to overweight status at ages 3.5 and 5 years ... Read more >>

Appetite (Appetite)
[2019, 132:91-96]

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Biological and Psychosocial Processes in the Development of Children's Appetitive Traits: Insights from Developmental Theory and Research.

Catherine G Russell, Alan Russell,

There has been increasing concern expressed about children's food intakes and dietary patterns. These are closely linked to children's appetitive traits (such as disinhibited eating and food fussiness/neophobia). Research has examined both biological and psychosocial correlates or predictors of these traits. There has been less focus on possible processes or ... Read more >>

Nutrients (Nutrients)
[2018, 10(6):]

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Impact of the Growing Healthy mHealth Program on Maternal Feeding Practices, Infant Food Preferences, and Satiety Responsiveness: Quasi-Experimental Study.

Catherine Georgina Russell, Elizabeth Denney-Wilson, Rachel A Laws, Gavin Abbott, Miaobing Zheng, Sharyn J Lymer, Sarah Taki, Eloise-Kate V Litterbach, Kok-Leong Ong, Karen J Campbell,

BACKGROUND:Infancy is an important life stage for obesity prevention efforts. Parents' infant feeding practices influence the development of infants' food preferences and eating behaviors and subsequently diet and weight. Mobile health (mHealth) may provide a feasible medium through which to deliver programs to promote healthy infant feeding as it allows ... Read more >>

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth (JMIR mHealth and uHealth)
[2018, 6(4):e77]

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Parental feeding practices associated with children's eating and weight: What are parents of toddlers and preschool children doing?

Catherine Georgina Russell, Jillian J Haszard, Rachael W Taylor, Anne-Louise M Heath, Barry Taylor, Karen J Campbell,

Parental feeding practices are associated with children's eating behaviours and weight, yet current use of such practices lacks detailed description. This limits our understanding of which behaviours to target to promote healthy growth. We explored the frequency with which a range of parental feeding practices occurs in mothers of toddler ... Read more >>

Appetite (Appetite)
[2018, 128:120-128]

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Infant formula feeding practices associated with rapid weight gain: A systematic review.

Jessica Appleton, Catherine Georgina Russell, Rachel Laws, Cathrine Fowler, Karen Campbell, Elizabeth Denney-Wilson,

Excess or rapid weight gain during the first 2 years of life is associated with an increased risk of later childhood and adult overweight and obesity. When compared with breastfed infants, formula fed infants are more likely to experience excess or rapid weight gain, and this increased risk in formula fed ... Read more >>

Matern Child Nutr (Maternal & child nutrition)
[2018, 14(3):e12602]

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Key Lessons and Impact of the Growing Healthy mHealth Program on Milk Feeding, Timing of Introduction of Solids, and Infant Growth: Quasi-Experimental Study.

Rachel A Laws, Elizabeth A Denney-Wilson, Sarah Taki, Catherine G Russell, Miaobing Zheng, Eloise-Kate Litterbach, Kok-Leong Ong, Sharyn J Lymer, Rosalind Elliott, Karen J Campbell,

The first year of life is an important window to initiate healthy infant feeding practices to promote healthy growth. Interventions delivered by mobile phone (mHealth) provide a novel approach for reaching parents; however, little is known about the effectiveness of mHealth for child obesity prevention.The objective of this study was ... Read more >>

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth (JMIR mHealth and uHealth)
[2018, 6(4):e78]

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Loss of the homeostatic protein BPIFA1, leads to exacerbation of otitis media severity in the Junbo mouse model.

Apoorva Mulay, Derek W Hood, Debbie Williams, Catherine Russell, Steve D M Brown, Lynne Bingle, Michael Cheeseman, Colin D Bingle,

Otitis Media (OM) is characterized by epithelial abnormalities and defects in innate immunity in the middle ear (ME). Although, BPIFA1, a member of the BPI fold containing family of putative innate defence proteins is abundantly expressed by the ME epithelium and SNPs in Bpifa1 have been associated with OM susceptibility, ... Read more >>

Sci Rep (Scientific reports)
[2018, 8(1):3128]

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Infant formula feeding practices and the role of advice and support: an exploratory qualitative study.

Jessica Appleton, Rachel Laws, Catherine Georgina Russell, Cathrine Fowler, Karen J Campbell, Elizabeth Denney-Wilson,

Infant formula feeding practices are an important consideration for obesity prevention. An infant's diet is influential on their later risk of developing overweight or obesity, yet very little is known about infant formula feeding practices. It is plausible that certain modifiable practices may put children at higher risk of developing ... Read more >>

BMC Pediatr (BMC pediatrics)
[2018, 18(1):12]

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Factors Influencing Engagement and Behavioral Determinants of Infant Feeding in an mHealth Program: Qualitative Evaluation of the Growing Healthy Program.

Eloise-Kate Litterbach, Catherine G Russell, Sarah Taki, Elizabeth Denney-Wilson, Karen J Campbell, Rachel A Laws,

Infant feeding practices, including breastfeeding and optimal formula feeding practices, can play a role in the prevention of childhood obesity. The ubiquity of smartphone ownership among women of childbearing age provides important opportunities for the delivery of low-cost, broad reach parenting interventions delivered by mobile phone (mHealth or mobile health ... Read more >>

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth (JMIR mHealth and uHealth)
[2017, 5(12):e196]

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An Investigation of Sensory Specific Satiety and Food Size When Children Consume a Whole or Diced Vegetable.

Jasmine R Goh, Catherine G Russell, Djin G Liem,

Children's vegetable consumption is often lower than that needed to promote optimal health and development, and practical approaches for increasing vegetable consumption are needed. Sensory Specific Satiety (SSS) reduces the liking and consumption of a consumed food over the course of an eating occasion and is an important factor in ... Read more >>

Foods (Foods (Basel, Switzerland))
[2017, 6(7):]

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Assessing User Engagement of an mHealth Intervention: Development and Implementation of the Growing Healthy App Engagement Index.

Sarah Taki, Sharyn Lymer, Catherine Georgina Russell, Karen Campbell, Rachel Laws, Kok-Leong Ong, Rosalind Elliott, Elizabeth Denney-Wilson,

<h4>Background</h4>Childhood obesity is an ongoing problem in developed countries that needs targeted prevention in the youngest age groups. Children in socioeconomically disadvantaged families are most at risk. Mobile health (mHealth) interventions offer a potential route to target these families because of its relatively low cost and high reach. The Growing ... Read more >>

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth (JMIR mHealth and uHealth)
[2017, 5(6):e89]

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A Comparison of Recruitment Methods for an mHealth Intervention Targeting Mothers: Lessons from the Growing Healthy Program.

Rachel A Laws, Eloise-Kate V Litterbach, Elizabeth A Denney-Wilson, Catherine G Russell, Sarah Taki, Kok-Leong Ong, Rosalind M Elliott, Sharyn J Lymer, Karen J Campbell,

<h4>Background</h4>Mobile health (mHealth) programs hold great promise for increasing the reach of public health interventions. However, mHealth is a relatively new field of research, presenting unique challenges for researchers. A key challenge is understanding the relative effectiveness and cost of various methods of recruitment to mHealth programs.<h4>Objective</h4>The objectives of this ... Read more >>

J Med Internet Res (Journal of medical Internet research)
[2016, 18(9):e248]

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Associations between appetitive traits and food preferences in preschool children

Catherine Georgina Russell, Tony Worsley,

The ways in which children eat, their appetitive traits, are associated with their food intakes and weight status yet it is unclear whether they also relate to food preferences.A cross-sectional self-report survey administered in two Australian cities. Food preferences were grouped according to the Australian Guide to Healthy Eating and ... Read more >>

(Food quality and preference.)
[2016, 52:172-178]

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