Fivian, E. and Wood, C. 2018. The roles of social media, clean eating and self-esteem in the risk of disordered eating: A pilot study of self-reported healthy eaters. International Journal of Food Safety, Nutrition and Public Health.
Keith, R. 2018. Understanding Infant and Young Child Feeding and oral health practices and perceptions in Tower Hamlets . Second University of Westminster Research Conference, organised by the Researcher Network. University of Westminster, London 20 - 20 Jun 2018
Keith, R. 2018. Book Review of Alex De Waal's new book, Mass Starvation: The History and Future of Famine: World Nutrition. 9 (1), pp. 70-71.
Keith, R. 2018. Questioning the Solutions: Reaching the 800 million people living with hidden hunger in South and South east Asia, with effective interventions. Critical Public Health Consequences of the Double Burden of Malnutrition and the Changing Food Environment in South and South East Asia. New Delhi, India 27 - 30 Mar 2018
Franklin, S. 2018. Book Review: Health without Borders: Epidemics in the Era of Globalization. Medicine, Conflict, and Survival. 34 (2), pp. 129-131.
Roberts, C., Saunders, C., Draper, A. and Oliver, E. 2017. Profiles and practices of people with food hypersensitivities. NatCen Social Research.
Keith, R., Draper, A., Adegboye, A.R., Senior, L., Mba, E. and Azagba Nyako, J. 2017. Understanding infant and young child feeding and oral health practices and perceptions in Tower Hamlets: moving from knowledge to practice and impact. University of Westminster.
Newell, M. 2017. How to lose weight well television series. Channel Four Television.
Kapoor, N., Naufahu, J., Tewfik, S., Bhatnagar, S., Garg, R. and Tewfik, I. 2017. A Prospective Randomized Controlled Trial to Study the Impact of a Nutrition-Sensitive Intervention on Adult Women With Cancer Cachexia Undergoing Palliative Care in India. Integrative Cancer Therapies. 6 (1), pp. 74-84.
Draper, A. and Draper, A. 2016. The use of food hygiene rating schemes. UK Food Standards Agency.
Draper, A. and Draper, A. 2016. Food affordability and safety. UK Food Standards Agency.
Draper, A. 2016. Vulnerable groups and food safety.
Draper, A. and Clow, A. 2016. Wellbeing and food safety. UK Food Standards Agency.
Draper, A. 2016. A typology of food safety activities. Food Standards Agency.
Draper, A., Dowler, E., Sloan, L., Williams, M., Burnap, P. and Roberts, C. 2016. Understanding public concerns about food risks and food safety: role and usefulness of Twitter. National Centre for Social Statistics.
Roberts, C., Draper, A. and Dowler, E. 2016. Views on the food supply chain. in: British Social Attitudes Survey. 33rd edition London National Centre for Social Statistics.
Draper, A. 2016. Food journeys and the public. London
Hussein, I., Taha, Z., Tewfik, I., Badawi, S., Siddieg, H., Adegboye, A.R. and McGrady, K. 2016. Risk Factors for Maternal Vitamin D Deficiency within the United Arab Emirates. Journal of Pregnancy and Child Health. 3 (5), p. 1000276.
Amlogu, A., Tewfik, S., Wambebe, C. and Tewfik, I. 2016. A comparative study: long and short term effect of a nutrition sensitive approach to delay the progression of HIV to AIDS among people living with HIV (PLWH) in Nigeria. Functional Foods in Health and Disease. 6 (2), pp. 79-90.
Adegboye, A.R., Boucher, B.J., Kongstad, J., Fiehn, N.E., Christensen, L.B. and Heitmann, B.L. 2016. Calcium, vitamin D, casein and whey protein intakes and periodontitis among Danish adults. Public Health Nutrition. 19 (3), pp. 503-10.
RESULTS, U.K., Concern Worldwide, University of Westminster and Keith, R. 2015. What works for Nutrition? Stories of success from Vietnam, Uganda and Kenya. London, UK Results UK.
Derges, J., Clow, A., Lynch, R., Jain, S., Phillips, G., Petticrew, M., Renton, A. and Draper, A. 2014. ‘Well London’ and the benefits of participation: results of a qualitative study nested in a cluster randomised trial. BMJ Open. 2014 (4), p. e003596.
Keith, R. 2013. How to prevent 804,000 children under five dying. BMJ Blog.
Keith, R. 2005. Letter to editor on Neonatal Survival Series. The Lancet. 365 (9474), p. 1845.