Helena Wythe is a 3rd and final year PhD student in the Science Communication Unit. Her research is entitled ‘Meeting Food Hygiene Challenges in Older People: Mobilizing Health Assets for Health Promotion’
Research, practice and projects
Helena has previously worked in research departments at University College London and the University of Hertfordshire.
Publication, dissemination and impact
- 21 September 2013 - Postgraduate Research Forum, UWE Bristol. Prize winning Poster amongst 2nd year PhD students: 'Meeting Food Hygiene Challenges In Older People: Mobilising Health Assets For Health Promotion’.
- 10 - 11 September, 2013 - Poster presentation at Public Health England Conference, Warwick University. Poster entitled: 'Meeting Food Hygiene Challenges In Older People: Mobilising Health Assets For Health Promotion’.
- 28 June 2013 - Postgraduate Research Forum, UWE Bristol. 3rd Year PhD students
- Plenary presentation at ‘Environmental Risk’ Conference (23 - 25 April 2013). Paper entitled: ‘Food Hygiene Challenges in Older People: Intergenerational learning as a Health Asset.’ Budapest, Hungary and in the associated publication of the conference proceedings: Wythe, H., Wilkinson, C., Orme, J., Meredith, L., and Weitkamp, E. (2013) Food Hygiene Challenges in Older People: Intergenerational learning as a Health Asset. In C. A. Brebbia and R. Kiss (Eds.), Environmental Health Risk VII (pp. 211-224). Budapest, Hungary: Wessex Institute of Technology Press.
- 7 February 2013 – South West Public Health Scientific Conference. Winter Gardens, Western-Super-Mare. Poster entitled ‘'Meeting Food Hygiene Challenges In Older People: Mobilising Health Assets For Health Promotion.'
- Bodman-Smith, M. D., Fife, M. F., Wythe, H., Corrigal, V. M., Panayi, G. S., Wedderburn, L. R., et al. (2004) Anti-BiP antibody levels in juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA). Rheumatology 43(10), 1305 - 1306.
- Woo, P., Wilkinson, N., Prieur, A.-M., Southwood, T., Leone, V., Livermore, P., Wythe, H., et al. (2005) Open label phase II trial of single, ascending doses of MRA in Caucasian children with severe systemic juvenile idiopathic arthritis: proof of principle of the efficacy of IL-6 receptor blockade in this type of arthritis and demonstration of prolonged clinical improvement. Arthritis Res Ther 7(6), R1281-R1288.