Dr Anne Grunseit
Dr Grunseit is Senior Research Fellow (Evaluation Analyst) in the Prevention Centre’s Rapid Response Evaluation Capacity based at the Prevention Research Collaboration at the University of Sydney.
She has more than 20 years’ experience in behavioural epidemiology, evaluation and social research with government, university and non-government organisations.
She has conducted qualitative and quantitative analyses on a range of health prevention topics including physical activity, sedentary behaviour, risk factors for obesity, unhealthy food advertising to children, and tobacco control.
Dr Grunseit has also conducted a number of evaluation studies including the impact of sit-stand desks in a government workplace, an obesity prevention mass media campaign, and the NSW Quitline.
Dr Grunseit is involved in projects of the Rapid Response Evaluation Capacity, which include:-
- AUSPOPS – AUStralian Perceptions of Prevention Survey
- Pathways for scaling up public health interventions
- The maintenance of Healthy Weight for Life program effects
- A review of global obesity mass media campaigns
- An evaluation of the ACT Healthy Weight Initiative partnership
- Evaluation of the NSW Get Healthy at Work program
- Evaluation of the Aboriginal Knockout Challenge
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