Gina Trapp

Dr, BHlthSc PhD W.Aust., RPHNutr Nutrition Society of Aust.

  • The University of Western Australia (M431), 35 Stirling Highway,

    6009 Perth

    Australia

  • 901 Citations
  • 15 h-Index
20082020

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Biography

Gina is a Registered Public Health Nutritionist with a First Class Honours Degree in Health Science and a PhD in Public Health from The University of Western Australia.

Gina has over 13 years of research experience in the field of public health and has worked on a wide range of research projects spanning nutrition, physical activity, obesity and built environments. She has been the recipient of 22 research awards and prizes and in recognition of her commitment and outstanding contribution to research, was awarded the 2014 UWA, ‘Vice Chancellor’s Research Award for Early Career Excellence’. She was also formerly recognised by the Australian Institute of Policy and Science as ‘One of Western Australia’s Most Outstanding Scientists’, receiving the 2015, ‘WA Young Tall Poppy Science Award’.

Research

Through her NHMRC Early Career Research Fellowship, Gina is currently leading a program of research to generate policy-relevant evidence on built environments and their impact on dietary intake and overweight/obesity in children and adolescents. Bridging the disciplines of geography, nutrition, public health and urban planning, her unique and innovative research is examining whether the type, density or proximity of retail food outlets around homes and schools influences the types of foods children eat and their body weight. This work will provide vital Australian evidence to support policy interventions aimed at increasing neighbourhood access to healthy foods.

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Research Output

  • Living liveable? RESIDE's evaluation of the “Liveable Neighborhoods” planning policy on the health supportive behaviors and wellbeing of residents in Perth, Western Australia

    Hooper, P., Foster, S., Bull, F., Knuiman, M., Christian, H., Timperio, A., Wood, L., Trapp, G., Boruff, B., Francis, J., Strange, C., Badland, H., Gunn, L., Falconer, R., Learnihan, V., McCormack, G., Sugiyama, T. & Giles-Corti, B., 1 Apr 2020, In : SSM - Population Health. 10, 100538.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

    Open Access
  • Open Access
  • 1 Citation (Scopus)

    Prevalence and Pattern of Energy Drink Intake among Australian Adolescents

    Bromberg, M., Trapp, G., Hurworth, M., Christian, H., McStay, C. L., Ambrosini, G., Martin, K., Harray, A., Cross, D., Oddy, W. & Hammond, D., 2020, In : Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics.

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    Open Access
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    Supplementary tables for: Association between the home yard on preschoolers’ outdoor play and physical activity

    Christian, H. (Creator), Rosenberg, M. (Creator), Trost, S. (Creator), Schipperijn, J. (Creator), Maitland, C. (Creator), Trapp, G. (Creator), Lester, L. (Creator), Boruff, B. (Creator), The University of Western Australia, 2019

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