- Neve, K.L. and Isaacs, A. (2021). How does the food environment influence people engaged in weight management? A systematic review and thematic synthesis of the qualitative literature. Obesity Reviews. doi:10.1111/obr.13398.
- Hawkes, C., Fox, E., Downs, S.M., Fanzo, J. and Neve, K. (2020). Child-centered food systems: Reorienting food systems towards healthy diets for children. Global Food Security, 27, pp. 100414–100414. doi:10.1016/j.gfs.2020.100414.
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Kimberley Neve is a Research Assistant at the Centre for Food Policy and a Registered Associate Nutritionist with the Association for Nutrition. She is currently working on a series of projects for the NIHR-funded Obesity Policy Research Unit, exploring how food policies can better support positive nutritional outcomes, particularly in low-income areas.
Originally a secondary school teacher of foreign languages, Kimberley has worked in the UK, Germany, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, New Zealand and South Korea. As a result, she has expertise in working with young people and in international contexts. Kimberley is also an experienced qualitative researcher with a particular interest in the relationship between the food environment and people’s eating practices.
- MSc Global Public Health Nutrition, University of Westminster, UK, Sep 2018 – Aug 2019
- Post Graduate Certificate of Education: German and French, University of Portsmouth, United Kingdom, Sep 2011 – Jun 2012
- BA Hons German and Italian, University College London, UK, Sep 2007 – Jul 2011
- Research Assistant, City, University of London, Sep 2019 – present
French (can read, write, speak and understand spoken), German (can read, write, speak, understand spoken and peer review), Italian (can read, write, speak, understand spoken and peer review) and Spanish; Castilian (can read, write, speak and understand spoken).
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Journal articles (2)
- Reynolds, C., Isaacs, A., Neve, K., Pereira, L., Sharpe, R. and Wells, R. (2020). Centre for Food Policy at City, University of London response to the EFRA committee enquiry COVID-19 and food supply.