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Research Biography

Amelia Scott is a PhD candidate in the Caring Futures Institute, Healthy Start to Life focus. Amelia's research focuses on supporting families to improve their food provision behaviours, specifically looking at the influence of social norms on food provision. 

Amelia's PhD thesis is examining how social norms influence food provision to infants in Australia, with a focus on complementary feeding and will include a systematic review and longitudinal study.

Amelia is an Accredited Practising Dietitian with a background in public health nutrition. Amelia has experience working with a range of people in a private practice setting, from children to older adults, to make healthy food choices. 

Research Interests

  • Children and families
  • Parenting and caregiving
  • Social norms
  • Unhealthy food intake
  • Qualitative methodology and methods

Research Expertise

Amelia has expertise in qualitative study design including story completion method, systematic reviews, and social norms.

Team Members

  • Dr Brittany Johnson - primary supervisor
  • Dr Sarah Hunter - associate supervisor
  • Dr Rebecca Feo - associate supervisor
  • Dr Rebecca Golley - associate supervisor

Education/Academic qualification

Bachelor (Honours), Bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics, Flinders University


Award Date: 9 May 2022

External positions

Private Practice Dietitian, 360me Nutrition

Apr 2022Jan 2023

Research Areas

  • Public health


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