I am a Research Associate in public health improvement and my research interests are in understanding the mechanisms to create healthier and equitable environments. I have a particular focus on the out-of-home catering sector and have worked with customers, communities, local authorities and industry to explore solutions to provide us all with healthier food options.

I completed my PhD studies in Public Health Nutrition to compliment my BSc Honours degree in Ecology and MSc in Geographical Information Systems (GIS). I have skills, experience and published across a range of methods, inclusive of: observational epidemiology, qualitative interviews, laboratory controlled experiments, cross-sectional studies, mixed-methods before-and-after studies, time-series modelling, GIS & remote sensing.

I am currently exploring a participatory-approach to understanding digitally mediated methods to provide users with improved nutritional information and their potential to support healthier food choices.

2019

Management information systems for community based interventions to improve health: qualitative study of stakeholder perspectives

  1. Penn L
  2. Goffe L
  3. Haste A
  4. Moffatt S

2019BMC Public Health

Feasibility of working with a wholesale supplier to co-design and test acceptability of an intervention to promote smaller portions: an uncontrolled before-and-after study in British Fish & Chip shops

  1. Goffe L
  2. Hillier-Brown F
  3. Hildred N
  4. Worsnop M
  5. Adams J
  6. Araujo-Soares V
  7. Penn L
  8. Wrieden W
  9. Summerbell CD
  10. Lake AA
  11. White M
  12. Adamson AJ

2019BMJ Open

Feasibility and acceptability of a Takeaway Masterclass aimed at encouraging healthier cooking practices and menu options in takeaway food outlets

  1. Hillier-Brown F
  2. Lloyd S
  3. Muhammad L
  4. Summerbell C
  5. Goffe L
  6. Hildred N
  7. Adams J
  8. Penn L
  9. Wrieden W
  10. White M
  11. Lake A
  12. Moore H
  13. Abraham C
  14. Adamson A
  15. Araujo-Soares V

2019Public Health Nutrition

Sustainable Diets in the UK—Developing a Systematic Framework to Assess the Environmental Impact, Cost and Nutritional Quality of Household Food Purchases

  1. Wrieden W
  2. Halligan J
  3. Goffe L
  4. Barton K
  5. Leinonen I

2019Sustainability

2018

The challenges of interventions to promote healthier food in independent takeaways in England: qualitative study of intervention deliverers’ views

  1. Goffe L
  2. Penn L
  3. Adams J
  4. Araujo-Soares V
  5. Summerbell CD
  6. Abraham C
  7. White M
  8. Adamson A
  9. Lake AL

2018BMC Public Health

2017

Relationship between mean daily energy intake and frequency of consumption of out-of-home meals in the UK National Diet and Nutrition Survey

  1. Goffe L
  2. Rushton S
  3. White M
  4. Adamson A
  5. Adams J

2017The International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity

Is the UK diet sustainable? Assessing the environmental impact, cost and nutritional quality of household food purchases

  1. Wrieden WL
  2. Leinonen I
  3. Barton KL
  4. Halligan J
  5. Goffe L

2017Irish Section Meeting. What governs what we eat?

2016

Reducing the salt added to takeaway food: within-subjects comparison of salt delivered by five and 17 holed salt shakers in controlled conditions

  1. Goffe L
  2. Wrieden W
  3. Penn L
  4. Hillier-Brown F
  5. Lake AA
  6. Araujo-Soares V
  7. Summerbell C
  8. White M
  9. Adamson AJ
  10. Adams J

2016PLoS One

Comparison of sodium content of meals served by independent takeaways using standard versus reduced holed salt shakers: Cross-sectional study

  1. Goffe L
  2. Hillier-Brown F
  3. Doherty A
  4. Wrieden W
  5. Lake AA
  6. Araujo-Soares V
  7. Summerbell C
  8. White M
  9. Adamson AJ
  10. Adams J

2016International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity

2015

Frequency and socio-demographic correlates of eating meals out and take-away meals at home: cross-sectional analysis of the UK national diet and nutrition survey, waves 1-4 (2008-12)

  1. Adams J
  2. Goffe L
  3. Brown T
  4. Lake AA
  5. Summerbell C
  6. White M
  7. Wrieden W
  8. Adamson AJ

2015International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity

Time-series models to quantify short-term effects of meteorological conditions on bumblebee forager activity in agricultural landscapes

  1. Sanderson RA
  2. Goffe LA
  3. Leifert C

2015Agricultural and Forest Entomology

Prevalence and socio-demographic correlates of cooking skills in UK adults: cross-sectional analysis of data from the UK National Diet and Nutrition Survey

  1. Adams J
  2. Goffe L
  3. Adamson AJ
  4. Halligan J
  5. O'Brien N
  6. Purves R
  7. Stead M
  8. Stocken D
  9. White M

2015International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity

Research to support the evaluation and implementation of adult cooking skills interventions in the UK: pilot RCT with process and economic evaluations [ISRCTN 91580447]

  1. Halligan J
  2. O'Brien N
  3. Purves R
  4. Becker F
  5. Goffe L
  6. Brown H
  7. Vale L
  8. Stocken D
  9. Adamson A
  10. Adams J
  11. Stead M
  12. White M

2015Public Health Research Consortium

2013

What Factors Drive Unhealthy Diet? Novel Analysis of Food Frequency Questionnaire Data using Canonical Correspondence Analysis

  1. Goffe LA
  2. Rushton SP
  3. White M

2013Society for Social Medicine 57th Annual Scientific Meeting

2011

Using spatio-temporal modelling to predict long-term exposure to black smoke at fine spatial and temporal scale

  1. Dadvand P
  2. Ruston S
  3. Diggle PJ
  4. Goffe L
  5. Rankin J
  6. Pless-Mulloli T

2011Atmospheric Environment

2010

Estimation of bumblebee queen dispersal distances using sibship reconstruction method

  1. Lepais O
  2. Darvill B
  3. O'Connor S
  4. Osborne JL
  5. Sanderson RA
  6. Cussans J
  7. Goffe L
  8. Goulson D

2010Molecular Ecology

Effects of land use at a landscape scale on bumblebee nest density and survival

  1. Goulson D
  2. Lepais O
  3. O'Connor S
  4. Osborne JL
  5. Sanderson RA
  6. Cussans J
  7. Goffe L
  8. Darvill B

2010Journal of Applied Ecology

Two Bee-Pollinated Plant Species Show Higher Seed Production when Grown in Gardens Compared to Arable Farmland

  1. Cussans J
  2. Goulson D
  3. Sanderson R
  4. Goffe L
  5. Darvill B
  6. Osborne JL

2010PLoS One