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Since graduating from the University of Bristol in 2004 with an MSc in Nutrition, Physical Activity and Public Health, Pippa has worked on a range of public health and educational initiatives based at the Government Office for the South West including the School Fruit and Vegetable Scheme (SFVS) and Sure Start Children’s Centres.
In 2006 Pippa returned to Bristol University where she currently works in the Department for Exercise, Nutrition & Health Sciences as a full time Research Associate. Pippa is employed on two research projects both funded by the National Prevention Research Initiative (NPRI). Her roles include; Project Co-ordinator for the PEACH Project and Database Manager for the International Children’s Accelerometer Database (ICAD).
Research InterestsPippa is currently working towards a PhD in Exercise and Health. Her research is largely based on data collected as part of the PEACH Project and her particular area of interest is the influence of the school environment on children’s physical activity.
Griew P. "The PEACH Project: The Brent Picture". Brent Healthy Schools Conference. Tipping the Scales - Tackling childhood obesity in schools, London, May 2008
Griew P, Cooper A.R, Page A.S, Davis L "Ethnicity, the built environment and physical activity in children from a deprived area of London" 1st Annual Conference of HEPA Europe, Glasogow, Scotland, September 2008 view poster