Applying the whole-system settings approach to food within universities

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Sharon Doherty; Jennie Cawood; Mark Dooris

2011

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  • Universities represent an important setting for promoting health and well-being – and for developing systems that support healthy and sustainable food procurement and provision
  • By drawing on the whole-system settings approach and working within the framework offered by Healthy Universities, higher education institutions are in a strong position to address the full range of issues that make up the university ‘foodscape’, thereby promoting health in an integrated and far-reaching way that takes account of the relationships between environments and behaviours, and between staff, students and the wider community
  • Informed by work in England, this paper uses a healthy settings model to explore and discuss how the Healthy Universities approach can help to ensure a holistic and integrated approach to addressing issues relating to food

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