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About Seóna Dunne

Seóna came to the University of Chester and completed the MSc Public Health Nutrition. Following which, she worked in community public health and community nutrition working with local authorities, various stakeholders and communities here in the North West. Seóna has a keen interest in maternal nutrition, breastfeeding and early years and is working towards completing her PhD in the area of breastfeeding within the department.

As a Lecturer in Nutrition and Health, Seóna teaches on both undergraduate and postgraduate courses within the department. Seóna enjoys bringing her practical experience and knowledge into the classroom; and working with students to further marry their understanding of the practical application and theoretical understanding of nutrition and health.

Teaching

Module lead:

XN5123 Behavioural Aspects of Food and Nutrition

XN6131 Public Health Nutrition

XN7059 Professional Perspectives

XN7064 Sociology, Psychology and Public Health

XN7068 Developing Healthier Communities

Other contributions

XN7201 The Obesity Epidemic

XN7055 Key Concepts of Nutrition

XN7062/XN7009 Public Health Promotion and Policy

Research

  • Breastfeeding and Infant nutrition
  • Maternal nutrition and health
  • Sociological influences on health and health behaviours
  • Community nutrition and health promotion

Qualifications

  • AFHEA
  • RNutr (Public Health), Association for Nutrition
  • MSc. Public Health Nutrition, University of Chester
  • BSc. Nutraceuticals in Health and Nutrition, DIT, Republic of Ireland