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Trevor Simper

Dr Trevor Simper


I am a senior lecturer and researcher in the food and nutrition group within the Sheffield Business School at Sheffield Hallam University. I am also a registered public health and sports nutritionist. My undergraduate studies were in health with sport science, and I have a Masters degree in public health and health promotion and a postgraduate teaching certificate in higher education. My doctoratel  focussed on weight management, nutrition, exercise and behaviour change. I co-ordinated the Bradford Food Network for several years, which won the prestigious Caroline Walker Trust award for improving public health through good food in 2005. I have worked for a variety of health promotion departments across the country including the London Borough of Southwark, East Staffordshire Borough Council, Rotherham Primary Care Trust and Bradford Health Development Service before I became a full-time academic. I have published over 20 academic and peer reviewed articles and have helped coordinate nearly £2 million worth of consultancy projects for the University, including Small Changes, Moving Forward, Be Active and several other nutrition and public health projects in recent years.

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