Emma Tonkin
Emma Tonkin
Research Fellow, University of Queensland
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A systematic review and meta-analysis of human milk feeding and morbidity in very low birth weight infants
J Miller, E Tonkin, RA Damarell, AJ McPhee, M Suganuma, H Suganuma, ...
Nutrients 10 (6), 707, 2018
Characteristics of effective interventions promoting healthy eating for pre-schoolers in childcare settings: an umbrella review
L Matwiejczyk, K Mehta, J Scott, E Tonkin, J Coveney
Nutrients 10 (3), 293, 2018
Developing and maintaining public trust during and post-COVID-19: can we apply a model developed for responding to food scares?
J Henderson, PR Ward, E Tonkin, SB Meyer, H Pillen, D McCullum, ...
Frontiers in public health 8, 369, 2020
Trust in and through labelling–a systematic review and critique
E Tonkin, AM Wilson, J Coveney, T Webb, SB Meyer
British Food Journal 117 (1), 318-338, 2015
How the media places responsibility for the COVID-19 pandemic—An Australian media analysis
T Thomas, A Wilson, E Tonkin, ER Miller, PR Ward
Frontiers in public health 8, 565750, 2020
Consumer trust in the Australian food system–the everyday erosive impact of food labelling
E Tonkin, T Webb, J Coveney, SB Meyer, AM Wilson
Appetite 103, 118-127, 2016
Managing uncertainty about food risks–Consumer use of food labelling
E Tonkin, J Coveney, SB Meyer, AM Wilson, T Webb
Appetite 107, 242-252, 2016
The process of making trust related judgements through interaction with food labelling
E Tonkin, SB Meyer, J Coveney, T Webb, AM Wilson
Food policy 63, 1-11, 2016
Characteristics of smartphone applications for nutrition improvement in community settings: a scoping review
E Tonkin, J Brimblecombe, TP Wycherley
Advances in nutrition 8 (2), 308-322, 2017
Protein intake and growth in preterm infants: a systematic review
EL Tonkin, CT Collins, J Miller
Global pediatric health 1, 2333794X14554698, 2014
Working together in Aboriginal health: a framework to guide health professional practice
AM Wilson, J Kelly, M Jones, K O’Donnell, S Wilson, E Tonkin, A Magarey
BMC health services research 20, 1-11, 2020
Consumers respond to a model for (re) building consumer trust in the food system
E Tonkin, AM Wilson, J Coveney, SB Meyer, J Henderson, D McCullum, ...
Food Control 101, 112-120, 2019
Resetting the narrative in Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander nutrition research
A Wilson, R Wilson, R Delbridge, E Tonkin, C Palermo, J Coveney, ...
Current Developments in Nutrition 4 (5), nzaa080, 2020
A smartphone app to reduce sugar-sweetened beverage consumption among young adults in Australian remote indigenous communities: design, formative evaluation and user-testing
E Tonkin, L Jeffs, TP Wycherley, C Maher, R Smith, J Hart, B Cubillo, ...
JMIR mHealth and uHealth 5 (12), e8651, 2017
A systematic review and meta-analysis of human milk feeding and morbidity in very low birth weight infants. Nutrients 10
J Miller
E707, 2018
Dietary intake of Aboriginal Australian children aged 6–36 months in a remote community: a cross-sectional study
E Tonkin, D Kennedy, S Hanieh, BA Biggs, T Kearns, V Gondarra, ...
Nutrition journal 19, 1-12, 2020
Consumer concerns relating to food labeling and trust—Australian governance actors respond
E Tonkin, J Coveney, T Webb, AM Wilson, SB Meyer
Journal of Consumer Affairs 52 (2), 349-372, 2018
Expectations and everyday opportunities for building trust in the food system
E Tonkin, J Henderson, SB Meyer, J Coveney, PR Ward, D McCullum, ...
British Food Journal 123 (2), 702-719, 2021
The relative validity of the Menzies remote short-item dietary assessment tool (MRSDAT) in aboriginal Australian children aged 6–36 months
E Tonkin, D Kennedy, R Golley, R Byrne, A Rohit, T Kearns, S Hanieh, ...
Nutrients 10 (5), 590, 2018
Development of a short‐item diet quality questionnaire for Indigenous mothers and their young children: The Menzies remote short‐item dietary assessment tool
A Rohit, J Brimblecombe, K O'Dea, E Tonkin, Ḻ Maypilama, ...
Australian Journal of Rural Health 26 (3), 220-224, 2018
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