Dr Stephanie Partridge is an Early Career Researcher and Accredited Practising Dietitian. Her research is focused on improving nutrition and physical activity behaviours in young people for effective prevention of obesity and chronic diseases in later life. Her research is centred on digital health and has a strong focus on research translation and youth engagement in the research journey.
Stephanie works as Research Fellow at the Westmead Applied Research Centre at the University of Sydney. She is currently leading a randomised controlled trial, TEXTBITES, aiming to help young people prevent obesity and lead a healthier and happier lifestyle. She is leading two other projects to understand how to best engage adolescents in research for chronic disease prevention and to understand the effects of digitalisation on nutrition and physical activity behaviours among young people.
She is also the Community Engagement Officer of the International Association for Adolescent Health Young Professionals Network.
Discover more: Stephanie Partridge
- Partridge SR. Current dietary advice and challenges for adolescents. British Medical Bulletin (Invited review). 2020; 135 (1): 28-37.
- Partridge SR, Raeside R, Singleton A, Hyun K, Redfern J. Are interventions for weight management in adolescents delivered via text messages effective? A systematic review. JMIR uHealth and mHealth. 8 (5): e15849.
- Partridge SR, Raeside R, Singleton A, Hyun K, Latham Z, Grunseit A, Steinbeck K, Chow CK and Redfern J. TEXT Message Behavioural Intervention for Teens on Eating, physical activity and Social wellbeing (TEXTBITES): a randomised controlled trial protocol. JMIR Research Protocols. 2020; 9 (2): e16481