Stefania is a Senior Lecturer in Health Education at Flinders University. She has published widely on the sociology of food and health and her work largely draws on oral and visual qualitative methods to investigate social, cultural and economic influences on people's relationships with food. Stefania is experienced in conducting qualitative health research with marginalised and vulnerable groups, with a particular interest in inclusive child-centred methodologies. She also works with other vulnerable groups including older Australians and socioecnomincally disadvantaged communities. Alongside her academic position, Stefania led the Australian Health Promotion Association (SA Branch) as President between 2016-21. This role enabled her to develop partnerships with stakeholders to advocate for a broad range of public policies and initiatives.
Australian Postgraduate Award (2011-13)
Young Scholar Award (27th ACHPER International Conference)
3MT Competition - 2nd Runner Up Flinders University Final
Research Groups & Professional Associations
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