Lecture by Professor Lotte Holm

Interdisciplinary Approaches to Food Consumption, Food and Health - May 11th, 2017

Organised by Health and Society

Thu 11 May 2017 11:00 to 12:00

Venue Leeuwenborch, gebouwnummer 201
Room C82

Interdisciplinary Approaches to Food Consumption, Food and Health

The Edema-Steernberg Foundation and the Health & Society group invite you to a lecture by: 

Professor Lotte Holm
Department of Food and Resource and Economics of the University of Copenhagen 

Professor Lotte Holm is researcher and teacher at the Department of Food and Resource and Economics, University of Copenhagen. Her research addresses social and cultural aspects of food in various settings. 

Professor Holm has extensive experience in interdisciplinary research and applies an everyday life perspective on food consumption, food, health and body management in national and multi-country studies. She will visit Wageningen to participate in the Edema-Steernberg Foundation. The Foundation recently funded six interdisciplinary research projects at Wageningen University that aim to answer the question ‘Why we eat what we eat’ for different target groups: pregnant women, adolescents, children, people living with diabetes type 2 and the general population.

For who: Everyone interested in research on food consumption, food, eating and health 

More information about Professor Holm can be found here.
More information about the Edema-Steernberg foundation can be found here.

Edema-Steernberg Project - Why pregnant women eat what they eat. Midwives' assessment and optimisation of pregnant women's contextual dietary intake

Edema Steernberg Project - From diet to everyday-social life: a salutogenic approach towards enabling healthful eating among diabetes type 2 patients (Acronym: D2SAL)