Croakey is closed for summer holidays and will resume publishing in the week of 9 January 2023. In the meantime, we are re-publishing some of our top articles from 2022.
This article was first published on Wednesday, November 9, 2022.
Introduction by Croakey: Intersectionality, commercial determinants of Indigenous health, food policy and junk food marketing were some of the talking points when a team for VicHealth took the reins of Croakey’s rotated Twitter account @WePublicHealth last week.
The team shared some wide-ranging discussions including recent research, book recommendations and evidence-based suggestions for tackling #UnhealthyIndustries.
In the summary below, they also ask “can an apple a day keep the doctor away”?
Read the article: Shifting the social determinants of food insecurity during the COVID-19 pandemic: the Australian experience
Read the article: Differential exposure to, and potential impact of, unhealthy advertising to children by socio-economic and ethnic groups: A systematic review of the evidence
Equity in food systems
Read the article: What’s the buzz about intersectionality? – Applications for allied health
Read the article: Methodological tensions for non-Indigenous people in Indigenous research: A critique of critical discourse analysis in the Australian context
Read the article: The commercial determinants of Indigenous health and well-being: a systematic scoping review
Read the articles: An investigation of structural violence in the lived experience of food insecurity
Rethinking the use of ‘vulnerable’
Read the report: Deficit Discourse and Strengths-based Approaches: Changing the Narrative of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health and Wellbeing
Read the article: Healthy Food Prescription Programs and their Impact on Dietary Behavior and Cardiometabolic Risk Factors: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
Read the article: Space advertising could be the next big thing
Read the article: Monitoring advertising to improve children’s health
Read the article: Adolescents’ perspectives on soft drinks after the introduction of the UK Soft Drinks Industry Levy: A focus group study using reflexive thematic analysis
Event details: 2022 Deakin Food Policy Dialogue: Towards prioritising policies that support equitable food systems
See Croakey’s extensive archive of articles on the commercial determinants.
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