Dr Peter Williams
BSc(Hons) DipNutrDiet MHP PhD MPHAA FDAA
- Visiting Principal Fellow
- Fellow, Dietitians Association of Australia
- Fellow, Food Standards Australia New Zealand
- Member, Dietetic Credentialing Council
- Member, Advertising Standards Board of Australia
- Member, TGA Advisory Committee on Complementary Medicines
- Member, Board of the International Life Science Institute (Australia)
- Adjunct Professor, Nutrition & Dietetics, University of Canberra
Searchable RIS publications from 2000 to date
Williams P (2012). Evaluation of the evidence between consumption of refined grains and health outcomes. Nutr Rev. 70:80-99
Williams PG (2012). Food Toxicity and Safety. In: Essentials of Human Nutrition, 4th edition. J Mann and AS Truswell (eds). Oxford University Press: Oxford.
Williams PG (2012). Deviance and diversity in dietetics. Crit Diet 1(2):46-54.
Almajwal A, Williams P, Batterham M (2011). Validity of the BodyGem calorimeter and prediction equations for the assessment of resting energy expenditure in overweight and obese Saudi males. Saudi Med J 32:179-185
Williams P, Walton K (2011). Plate waste in hospitals and strategies for change. e-SPEN Eur e-J Clin Nutr Metab 6:e235-e241.
Swierk M, Williams P, Wilcox J, Russell K, Meyer B (2011). Validation of an Australian electronic food frequency questionnaire to measure polyunsaturated fatty acid intake. Nutrition 27:641-646.
Williams P (2010). Monitoring the affordability of healthy eating: a case study of 10 years of the Illawarra Healthy Food Basket. Nutrients 2:1132-1140.
Williams P (2009). The food service perspective in institutions. In: Meals in science and practice: Interdisciplinary research and business applications. HL Meiselman (ed). Woodhead: Cambridge.
Williams P, Walton K, Hannan-Jones M (2009). Prison foodservice in Australia – systems, menus and inmate attitudes. J Foodserv 20:167-180.
Williams P, Ridges L, Batterham M et al (2008). Australian consumer attitudes to health claims – food product compatibility for functional foods. Food Policy 33:640-643.
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News & Media
Mark Solomons, a member of the School of Health Sciences first MSC Occupational Hygiene Practice graduating class (2010) recently took out the coveted Dräger Safety Pacific Young Hygienist Award. He will attend the British Occupational Hygiene Society (BOHS) conference in 2013 with associated visits to Europe. Mark is a Senior Occupational Hygienist at BHP Billiton Roxby Downs Olympic Dam and was also the first UOW MSc OHP graduate to gain Certified Occupational Hygienist (COH) status in 2011.