Lauren Ball
Lauren Ball
Associate Professor & Lead, Healthy Primary Care team, Griffith University
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Students' perceptions of using Facebook as an interactive learning resource at university
C Irwin, L Ball, B Desbrow, M Leveritt
Australasian Journal of Educational Technology 28 (7), 2012
The relationship between food literacy and dietary intake in adolescents: a systematic review
R Vaitkeviciute, LE Ball, N Harris
Public health nutrition 18 (4), 649-658, 2015
Nutrition in medical education: a systematic review
J Crowley, L Ball, GJ Hiddink
The Lancet Planetary Health 3 (9), e379-e389, 2019
Effectiveness of group‐based self‐management education for individuals with Type 2 diabetes: a systematic review with meta‐analyses and meta‐regression
K Odgers‐Jewell, LE Ball, JT Kelly, EA Isenring, DP Reidlinger, R Thomas
Diabetic Medicine 34 (8), 1027-1039, 2017
Effectiveness of dietetic consultations in primary health care: a systematic review of randomized controlled trials
LJ Mitchell, LE Ball, LJ Ross, KA Barnes, LT Williams
Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics 117 (12), 1941-1962, 2017
Adolescents' perspectives on food literacy and its impact on their dietary behaviours
R Ronto, L Ball, D Pendergast, N Harris
Appetite 107, 549-557, 2016
Consumption and reasons for use of dietary supplements in an Australian university population
K Barnes, L Ball, B Desbrow, N Alsharairi, F Ahmed
Nutrition 32 (5), 524-530, 2016
Nutrition in general practice: role and workforce preparation expectations of medical educators
LE Ball, RM Hughes, MD Leveritt
Australian Journal of Primary Health 16 (4), 304-310, 2010
General practitioners can offer effective nutrition care to patients with lifestyle-related chronic disease
L Ball, C Johnson, B Desbrow, M Leveritt
Journal of Primary Health Care 5 (1), 59-69, 2013
Patient‐centred care to improve dietetic practice: an integrative review
I Sladdin, L Ball, C Bull, W Chaboyer
Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics 30 (4), 453-470, 2017
An exploration of individuals’ preferences for nutrition care from Australian primary care health professionals
L Ball, B Desbrow, M Leveritt
Australian Journal of Primary Health 20 (1), 113-120, 2014
Food literacy at secondary schools in Australia
R Ronto, L Ball, D Pendergast, ND Harris
Journal of School Health 86 (11), 823-831, 2016
Utilization and preference of nutrition information sources in Australia
T Cash, B Desbrow, M Leveritt, L Ball
Health Expectations 18 (6), 2288-2295, 2015
What is the status of food literacy in Australian high schools? Perceptions of home economics teachers
R Ronto, L Ball, D Pendergast, N Harris
Appetite 108, 326-334, 2017
Effect of nutrition care provided by primary health professionals on adults’ dietary behaviours: a systematic review
L Ball, M Leveritt, S Cass, W Chaboyer
Family Practice 32 (6), 605-617, 2015
Experiences and nutrition support strategies in dementia care: Lessons from family carers
L Ball, S Jansen, B Desbrow, K Morgan, W Moyle, R Hughes
Nutrition & Dietetics 72 (1), 22-29, 2015
Patients' perceptions of nutrition care provided by general practitioners: focus on type 2 diabetes
L Ball, R Hughes, B Desbrow, M Leveritt
Family Practice 29 (6), 719-725, 2012
Building skills, knowledge and confidence in eating and exercise behavior change: Brief motivational interviewing training for healthcare providers
EJ Edwards, P Stapleton, K Williams, L Ball
Patient Education and Counseling 98 (5), 674-676, 2015
The self-perceived knowledge, skills and attitudes of Australian practice nurses in providing nutrition care to patients with chronic disease
L Martin, MD Leveritt, B Desbrow, LE Ball
Family Practice 31 (2), 201-208, 2014
Environmental factors of food literacy in Australian high schools: views of home economics teachers
R Ronto, L Ball, D Pendergast, N Harris
International Journal of Consumer Studies 41 (1), 19-27, 2017
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