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Justine Wilkinson

Assistant Professor

Department: Geography and Environmental Sciences

Justine -WilkinsonI am an Environmental Health Officer with particular expertise in Public Health, Health and Safety and Food Safety and Standards.

I qualified as an EHO in 1995 and have worked in local government in a range of roles including regulatory, educative, managerial and strategic.  As a local government EHO I have responsibility for maintaining high standards of safety and health in businesses and safe production, handling and sale of food in food businesses.

I completed my Masters in Public Health in 2007 and have worked on public health priorities at local, regional and national level with a particular focus on applying public health theory into practice.  This work includes tobacco control, obesity, alcohol, accident prevention and management of a community health programme.

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  • Research into Hoarding and Practice: Animal Hoarding, Wilkinson, J., Neave, N. 9 Mar 2023, “A Safe, Decent, Stable Home: Is That Beyond Our Reach in 2023?
  • Animal hoarding cases in England: Implications for public health services, Wilkinson, J., Schoultz, M., King, H., Neave, N., Bailey, C. 30 Aug 2022, In: Frontiers in Public Health
  • Exploring the relationship between the density of fast food outlets and place, Wilkinson, J. 14 Nov 2017
  • Student work placements as a focus for building partnerships between universities and sustainable development stakeholders, Davidson, G., Glaves, P., Kotter, R., Wilkinson, J. Jan 2016, Engaging Stakeholders in Education for Sustainable Development at University Level, London, Springer
  • Health: Does place matter?, Wilkinson, J. 13 Oct 2015, Tyne & Wear Branch of the Geographical Association
  • Increasing the understanding of hot food takeaways: the role of Environmental Health, Wilkinson, J. 14 Oct 2015, Roy Emerson Memorial Lecture
  • Increasing understanding of the growth of hot food takeaways: the role of Environmental Health, Wilkinson, J., Nevison, C., Connaughton, J., Outterside, D. 20 Oct 2015, CIEH 115th Annual Symposium
  • Childhood Obesity, Wilkinson, J., Howard, S. 20 Jun 2014, Our Children Deserve Better: Prevention Pays
  • Increasing understanding of the growth of hot food take-aways: the role of Environmental Health, Wilkinson, J., Nevison, C., Connaughton, J., Outterside, D. 17 Sep 2014, Public Health England Annual Conference 2014
  • Empowerment evaluation applied to public health practice, Carr, S., Lhussier, M., Wilkinson, J., Gleadhill, S. 1 Jun 2008, In: Critical Public Health

  • PGCert September 01 2010
  • Health MA September 01 2006
  • BSc (Hons) September 01 1995
  • Fellow (FHEA) Higher Education Academy (HEA) 2015
  • Chartered Voting Member (CMCIEH) Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH) 2014

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