Emma Lea
Emma Lea
Research Fellow, University of Tasmania
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Australians' organic food beliefs, demographics and values
E Lea, T Worsley
British food journal, 2005
Public views of the benefits and barriers to the consumption of a plant-based diet
EJ Lea, D Crawford, A Worsley
European journal of clinical nutrition 60 (7), 828-837, 2006
Benefits and barriers to the consumption of a vegetarian diet in Australia
E Lea, A Worsley
Public health nutrition 6 (5), 505-511, 2003
Australian consumers’ food-related environmental beliefs and behaviours
E Lea, A Worsley
Appetite 50 (2-3), 207-214, 2008
Influences on meat consumption in Australia
E Lea, A Worsley
Appetite 36 (2), 127-136, 2001
Consumers' readiness to eat a plant-based diet
EJ Lea, D Crawford, A Worsley
European journal of clinical nutrition 60 (3), 342-351, 2006
The cognitive contexts of beliefs about the healthiness of meat
E Lea, A Worsley
Public Health Nutrition 5 (1), 37-45, 2002
Australian adult consumers’ beliefs about plant foods: a qualitative study
E Lea, A Worsley, D Crawford
Health education & behavior 32 (6), 795-808, 2005
Information pathways into dementia care services: family carers have their say
A Robinson, J Elder, C Emden, E Lea, P Turner, J Vickers
Dementia 8 (1), 17-37, 2009
Food, health, the environment and consumers' dietary choices
E Lea
Nutrition & dietetics 62 (1), 21-25, 2005
Evolution of atherogenic diets in South Asian and Italian women after migration to a higher risk region
AS Anderson, H Bush, M Lean, H Bradby, R Williams, E Lea
Journal of human nutrition and dietetics 18 (1), 33-43, 2005
Outcomes from the implementation of a facility-specific evidence-based falls prevention intervention program in residential aged care
J Nitz, E Cyarto, S Andrews, M Fearn, S Fu, T Haines, B Haralambous, ...
Geriatric Nursing 33 (1), 41-50, 2012
The factors associated with the belief that vegetarian diets provide health benefits
E Lea, T Worsley
Deakin University, 2003
Are care workers appropriate mentors for nursing students in residential aged care?
M Annear, E Lea, A Robinson
BMC nursing 13, 1-8, 2014
Farmers’ and consumers’ beliefs about community-supported agriculture in Australia: A qualitative study
E Lea, J Phillips, M Ward, A Worsley
Ecology of Food and Nutrition 45 (2), 61-86, 2006
Seeking respite: issues around the use of day respite care for the carers of people with dementia
A Robinson, E Lea, L Hemmings, G Vosper, D McCann, F Weeding, ...
Ageing & Society 32 (2), 196-218, 2012
Transforming clinical practice amongst community nurses: mentoring for COPD patient self‐management
A Robinson, H Courtney‐Pratt, E Lea, H Cameron‐Tucker, P Turner, ...
Journal of clinical nursing 17 (11c), 370-379, 2008
Consumer concerns about food and health: Examination of general and specific relationships with personal values and demographics
A Worsley, E Lea
British food journal, 2008
Staff awareness of food and fluid care needs for older people with dementia in residential care: A qualitative study
EJ Lea, LR Goldberg, AD Price, LT Tierney, F McInerney
Journal of clinical nursing 26 (23-24), 5169-5178, 2017
Improving student nurses' aged care understandings through a supported placement
E Lea, A Marlow, M Bramble, S Andrews, C Eccleston, F McInerney, ...
International Nursing Review 62 (1), 28-35, 2015
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