Mrs Claire O'Malley
(email at email@example.com)
Claire O’Malley has a degree in Nutrition and Health Science from the Teesside University and an MSc Health Sciences (Public Health Pathway) also from Teesside University.
Claire has been involved in evaluating various obesity-related local initiatives. Her main research interests lie within the field of childhood obesity. She has been involved in the update of a Cochrane Systematic Review entitled “Interventions for treating obesity in children”, and is currently involved in the TeesCAKE (Tees Consumption and Activity in Kids' Experience) project which aims to encourage healthy weight, healthy eating and healthy lives in school children.
- 1: Jones, S.E., Hamilton, S., Perry, L., O'Malley, C. & Halton, C. (2011). Developing workable research methods: Lessons from a pilot study with vulnerable participants and complex assessments. Journal of research in nursing 16(4): 307-318.
- 2: Oude Luttikhuis, H., Baur, L., Jansen, J., Shrewsbury, VA., O'Malley, C., Stolk, RP. & Summerbell, CD. (2009). Interventions for Treating Obesity in Children. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews (1): CD001872.
- 3: Summerbell, C.D., Chinnock, P., O'Malley, C. & van Binsbergen, J.J. (2005). The Cochrane Library: more systematic reviews on nutrition needed. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition 59(Supplement 1): S172-178.