The association between self-reported diet quality and health-related quality of life in rural and urban Australian adolescents
Kristy A Bolton, Felice Jacka, Steven Allender, Peter Kremer, Lisa Gibbs, Elizabeth Waters, Andrea de Silva
Australian Journal of Rural Health | WILEY | Published : 2016
Awarded by Australian National Health and Medical Research Council/Australian National Heart Foundation Career Development Fellowship
We gratefully acknowledge the funding support for this study from the Windermere Foundation. We acknowledge the assistance of research assistants involved in collecting data in the field, input from Boyd Swinburn, and the assistance and support of the project officers from each of the five school-based 'Go for your life' Health Promoting Communities: Being Active and Eating Well (HPC: BAEW) projects. The HPC: BAEW projects and their evaluation were funded by the Department of Health and Department of Planning and Community Development, State Government of Victoria (note the views in this paper do not necessarily represent those of the Department of Health). Data collection was supported by the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development. KB was funded by the Windermere Foundation. FJ has received Grant/Research support from the Brain and Behaviour Research Institute, the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC), Australian Rotary Health, the Geelong Medical Research Foundation, the Ian Potter Foundation, Eli Lilly, the Meat and Livestock Board and The University of Melbourne and has been a paid speaker for Sanofi-Synthelabo, Janssen Cilag, Servier, Pfizer, Health Ed, Network Nutrition, Angelini Farmaceutica, and Eli Lilly. SA is supported by funding from an Australian National Health and Medical Research Council/Australian National Heart Foundation Career Development Fellowship (APP1045836). SA is a researcher on the US National Institutes of Health grant titled Systems Science to Guide Whole-of-Community Childhood Obesity Interventions (1R01HL115485-01A1) and a researcher within a NHMRC Centre for Research Excellence in Obesity Policy and Food Systems (APP1041020). At the time of the study LG was partly funded by an NHMRC capacity building grant and LG and EW were supported by the Jack Brockhoff Foundation.