Dr. Elizabeth Redmond

Dr Elizabeth C Redmond

Dr Elizabeth C Redmond
Senior Research Fellow
Email: eredmond@cardiffmet.ac.uk
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My role at the ZERO2FIVE Food Industry Centre

My key academic interests and specialisms include determination and linking cognitive (knowledge, attitudes, risk perceptions and self-reported practices), behavioural and microbiological data to assess/evaluate food safety risks. This also includes the development and evaluation of highly focused food safety education/communication materials and interventions for targeted ‘at-risk audiences’ and sectors in the food and drink industry.

My role within the ZERO2FIVE Food Industry Centre (FIC) includes a variety of research approaches to facilitate evaluation of Welsh Government / European Union food and drink industry projects including KITE (1998-2015) and project HELIX (2016- to date). This includes benchmarking food safety/technical conformances in the food industry and evaluation of intervention effect; linking and comparing cognitive behavioural influences and using data to assess food safety culture within food (and drink) processing and manufacturing companies. In addition, research includes application of a value chain and supply chain analysis of food and drink manufacturing and processing (FDMP) businesses.

Additional responsibilities include supervision of post-doctorate, PhD and undergraduate research studies in the fields of consumer based research, food safety/hygiene, healthcare and the food industry. Key projects include: older adults food safety behaviours related to listeriosis; waste reduction in FDMP small and medium sized businesses (SMEs); food production and service efficiency in hospitals; dieticians delivery of food safety information to chemotherapy, renal and HIV/AIDS patients; airline food safety and food safety culture in small catering establishments.

I am actively involved in the proposal/application writing/submission and implementation of other research studies including: Food safety strategies for cancer patients; Evaluation of the acceptability of tablet-based and paper-based food-safety and nutrition interventions for carers of chemotherapy patients: a pilot study; Observational assessment of hand hygiene in FDMP SMEs in South Wales and Assessment of food safety information for dietitians.

 

Previous Experience

With more than 20 years of research experience, I have undertaken research in a variety of fields relating to food safety/hygiene and handling behaviours in range of settings including the domestic environment, hospitals, day nursery’s, food service environments, airlines and in the food industry.

I have been responsible and actively contributed, supervised and been the principle investigator for numerous mixed methods and multi-disciplinary research projects for organisations such as the UK Food Standards Agency, Laboratoires Rivadis and The Welsh Government. This has involved working with national / international collaborators, including Wageningen University, the NHS, PHLS and market research companies. Research undertaken has resulted in a proven publication track record (authored more than 130 peer reviewed publications / conference contributions 1996-2016).

Qualifications and Professional Memberships

BSc (Hons) Home Economics (Food and Consumer Science), Cardiff University

PhD (2003) Food safety behaviour in the home: development, application and evaluation of a social marketing food safety education initiative'. PhD Thesis. University of Wales.

Professional Memberships:

International Association for Food Protection

Journals and Publications

Peer reviewed publications:

Evans, E.W. And Redmond, E.C. (2016) Time-temperature profiling study of UK consumers' domestic refrigerators. Journal of Food Protection (Accepted for publication July, 2016)

Ahmed, M., Jones, E., Redmond, E.C., Hewedi, M. and Wingert, A. (2015) Food production and service in UK Hospitals. International Journal of Health Care Quality Assurance. Vol. 28, Iss. 1, pp40-54.

Evans, E.W. and Redmond, E.C. (2015) Analysis of older adult domestic kitchen storage practices: identification of risk factors associated with Listeriosis. Journal of Food Protection. 78(4):pp738-45

Evans, E.W. and Redmond, E.C. (2014) Behavioural risk factors associated with listeriosis in the home: a review of consumer food safety studies.  Journal of Food Protection, Number 3, March 2014, pp. 352-521, pp. 510-521(12)

Redmond, E. C. and Griffith, C. J. (2010) Caregiver perceptions about preparation and storage of reconstituted powdered milk formula: implications for microbiological safety and education (Abstract). European Journal of Public Health. Vol. 20; Supplement 1; p200

Redmond, E.C. and Griffith, C. J. (2009) Hygiene in the domestic kitchen: implications for preparation and storage of food and powdered infant formula.  Public Health Perspectives. Vol 129, No. 2, p69-76.

Redmond, E.C., Griffith, C. J. and Riley, S. (2009) Contamination of 'in-use' bottles used for feeding reconstituted powdered infant formula and implications for public health. Public Health Perspectives. Vol 129, No. 2, p85-94.

Redmond, E.C., Griffith, C. J. (2009) Disinfection methods used for decontamination of bottles used for feeding powdered infant formula. Journal of Family Health Care. Vol 19; No. 1, p26-31.

Griffith, C.J. and Redmond, E.C. (2008) Chapter 15. Good Practices for Food Handlers and Consumers. In: Foodborne Pathogens: Hazards, Risk and Control.  Edited by Blackburn and McClure Woodhead Publishing Ltd.  Cambridge UK.

Redmond, E.C. and Griffith, C.J. (2007) Home Food Safety and Consumer Responsibility. In The Online Encyclopedia for Life Sciences. Published by EOLSS-UNESCO.

Redmond, E.C. and Griffith, C.J. (2006) Consumers, Domestic Hygiene Behaviours and Public Health. Understanding consumers of food products. Frewer, L. and Van Trijp, H. eds). Woodhead Publishing Ltd. Cambridge, UK..

Redmond, E.C. and Griffith, C. J. (2006). Assessment of consumer food safety education provided by local authorities in the UK. British Food Journal. Volume 108, Number 9, pp. 732-752

Redmond, E.C. and Griffith, C. J. (2006) Evaluation of the effectiveness of a small-scale social marketing based food safety education initiative using observation. British Food Journal. Volume 108, Number 9, pp. 753-770

Redmond, E.C. and Griffith, C.J. (2005) Factors influencing the efficacy of consumer food safety communication. British Food Journal .Vol 107, No. 7, p484-499.

Redmond, E.C. and Griffith, C.J. (2005) Consumer perceptions of food safety education sources: implications for effective strategy development. British Food Journal. Vol 107, No. 7, p 467-483

Griffith, C.J. and Redmond, E.C. (2005) Chapter 25: Handling poultry and eggs in the kitchen. In Food safety control in the poultry industry. Mead, G. (ed). Woodhead Publishing Ltd. Cambridge, UK.

Redmond, E.C. and Griffith, C.J. (2004) Consumer perceptions of food safety risk, control and responsibility. Appetite. 43, p309-319.

Redmond, E.C. and Griffith, C.J. (2004) Consumer attitudes and perceptions towards microbial food safety in the domestic kitchen. Journal of Food Safety. 24, (3), p169-194

Redmond, E. C., Griffith, C. J., Slader, J. and Humphrey, T.J. (2004) Microbiological and observational analysis of cross contamination risks during domestic food preparation. British Food Journal. 106, (8), p581-597.

Redmond, E.C. and Griffith, C.J. (2003) Consumer food-handling in the home: a review of food safety studies. Journal of Food Protection. 66, (1), p130-161.

Redmond, E.C. and Griffith, C.J. (2003) A comparison and evaluation of research methods used in consumer food safety studies. International Journal of Consumer Studies. 27, (1), p17-33.

Griffith, C.J. and Redmond, E.C. (2003) Consumer use of food products: a food safety perspective. In Lelieveld, Mostert, Holah, White. (eds). Food Processing. Woodhead Publishing Ltd. Cambridge, UK.

Griffith, C.J. and Redmond, E.C. (2002) Food Safety Control in the Food Industry. Mead, G. (ed) Woodhead Publishing Ltd. Cambridge, UK.

Griffith, C. J. and Redmond, E.C. (2001) Evaluating hygiene behaviour in the domestic setting and the impact of hygiene education. Journal of Infection. 43, p70-74.

 

National and International Conference Contributions:

Redmond, E. C., Taylor, H. and Lloyd, D.C. (2016) Cumulative KITE project evaluation: potential impact upon food technology and food safety in small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Wales and alignment with Government priorities. International Association for Food Protection, European Symposium on Food Safety, Athens, Greece. May, 2016. 

Redmond, E. C., Mayho, S., Mumford, D. and Lloyd, D.C. (2016) Value Chain Analysis of the KITE (Knowledge, Innovation, Technology Exchange) Project: Small and Medium Sized Enterprise (SME) Food Sector Case Studies in Wales, UK. 4th ISKEI Food Conference - Responsible Research and Innovation in the Food Value Chain. Vienna, Austria. July, 2016. 

Redmond, E. C., Taylor, H. and Lloyd, D.C. (2016) Development and implementation of a knowledge transfer mechanism to facilitate food technology support to dairy sector small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Wales, UK.  International Association for Food Protection Annual Meeting, St Louis, Missouri USA. August, 2016.

Redmond, E. C., Mayho, S., Mumford, D. and Lloyd, D.C. (2016) A value chain analysis of the 'Knowledge Innovation Technology Exchange' (KITE) project: implications for food-sector small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) in Wales, UK. 18th World Congress of Food Science and technology. Dublin, Ireland, August, 2016. 

Evans, E. and Redmond, E. (2016) The use of a consumer-orientated approach to design and develop food-safety interventions for chemotherapy-patients and family-caregivers.  International Association for Food Protection Annual Meeting, St Louis, Missouri USA. August, 2016.

Evans, E. W. and E. C. Redmond (2016). Comparison of Listeriosis Risk Factors among Three 'At-Risk' Consumer Groups: Pregnant Women, Older Adults and Chemotherapy Patients. International Association for Food Protection (IAFP) Annual Conference. St Louis, Missouri, USA.

Evans, E. and Redmond, E. (2016) A Review of UK Food Safety Information Provision For Chemotherapy Patients. International Association for Food Protection, European Symposium on Food Safety, Athens, Greece. May, 2016. 

Redmond, E. C. and Lloyd, D.C. (2015) Facilitating sustainability and innovation and in Food-Sector Small and Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs) in Wales, UK. International Association for Food Protection, European Symposium, Cardiff, Wales, UK. 20-22 April, 2015. 

Redmond, E. C., Old, J. and Lloyd, D.C. (2015) Profiling UK Food Sector Businesses According to Growth, Innovation, Food Safety and Technical Compliance. International Association for Food Protection Annual Meeting, Portland, Oregon, USA. July, 2015. 

Evans, EW., Fielding, LM., Peters, AC. & Redmond, EC. (2015). Observational and Microbiological Analysis of Older Adult Consumers' Food Handling Practices in a Model Domestic Kitchen. Society for Applied Microbiology (SfAM) summer conference, Dublin, Republic of Ireland. 29th June – 2ndJuly 2015

Evans, E.W., Peters, A.C. & Redmond, E.C. (2015). Listeriosis Risk Factors of Women During Pregnancy and the Potential Impact of Targeted Food Safety Information. International Association for Food Protection (IAFP) European Symposium on Food Safety, Cardiff, UK. 20th – 22nd April 201

Evans, EW. & Redmond, EC. (2015). Microbiological Contamination of Older Adults' Domestic Kitchens Associated with Self-Reported Food Safety Practices. International Association for Food Protection (IAFP) European Symposium on Food Safety, Cardiff, UK. 20th – 22nd April 2015

Evans, EW. & Redmond, EC. (2015). Time Temperature Study of Uk Consumers' Domestic Refrigerators Time Temperature Study of Uk Consumers' Domestic Refrigerators. International Association for Food Protection (IAFP) European Symposium on Food Safety, Cardiff, UK. 20th  - 22nd  April 2015

Evans, EW., Peters, AC., Dawson, S. & Redmond, EC. (2015). Development of a Consumer Orientated Food Safety Education Strategy for Chemotherapy Patients and Family-Caregivers. NCRI Cancer Conference, Liverpool. 2nd November 2015

Evans, EW., Peters, AC., Dawson, S. & Redmond, EC. (2015). Food Safety Knowledge and Self-Reported Practices of Chemotherapy Patients and Associated Caregivers. International Association for Food Protection (IAFP) Annual Conference, Portland, Oregon, USA. 27th July 2015

Evans, EW., Peters, AC., Dawson, S. & Redmond, EC. (2015). Cancer Patients and Caregivers Risk Perceptions, Awareness of Food Safety and Self-Reported Receipt of Food Safety Information during Chemotherapy. International Association for Food Protection (IAFP) European Symposium on Food Safety, Cardiff, UK. 21st April 2015

Evans, E. and Redmond, E. (2014) Observational comparison of food safety behaviours implemented by young adult and older adult consumers. IAFP Budapest, Hungary 7-9th May, 2014.

Evans, E., Fielding, L., Peters, A.C. and Redmond E.C. (2014) Listeriosis risk factors among two at risk consumer groups – pregnant women and older adults. IAFP Indianapolis, Indiana, USA 5th August.

Evans, E. and Redmond, E. (2014) Food safety knowledge of young adult consumers. SFAM Postgraduate and Early Career Scientist (PECS) Research Conference. London, UK. 13th October, 2014

Evans, E. and Redmond, E. (2014) A review of consumer food safety studies: potential risk factors associated with listeriosis in the home. IAFP 3rd Symposium on Food Safety in the Middle East, Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre. Dubai. 9-10 November, 2014

Evans, E., Fielding, L., Peters, A.C. and Redmond E.C. (2014) University students' food safety knowledge and practices. Cardiff Met University Annual Academic Associate Committee Poster symposium. Cardiff. 6th May, 2014

Redmond, E. C. and Lloyd, D.C. (2013) Impact of the 'Knowledge, Innovation, Technology, Exchange' (KITE) Project upon Dairy Sector Small and Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs) in Wales, UK. IAFP Marseille, France 15th-17th May, 2013.  

Redmond, E. C. and Lloyd, D.C. (2013) Challenges Encountered by Welsh Food Sector SMEs when implementing issue 6 of the British Retailer Consortium (BRC) Global Standard. IAFP Marseille, France 15th-17th May, 2013.  

Redmond, E. C. and Lloyd, D.C. (2013) Application of a knowledge transfer model for implementation of Government food strategies for innovation, safety and quality in the food-sector. IAFP North Carolina, USA. 28-31st July.  

Evans, E. and Redmond, E. (2013) Food Safety knowledge and self-reported practices of UK university students. IAFP North Carolina, USA. 28-31st July.

Evans, E., Fielding, L. and Redmond, E. (2013) Growth of Listeria monocytogenes in ready to eat foods: re-enactment of observed domestic storage practices implemented by older adults. IAFP North Carolina, USA. 28-31st July.

Evans, E., Fielding, L., Peters, A.C. and Redmond E.C (2013) Microbiological contamination of domestic kitchens: potential for foodborne illness among older adults. SFAM Annual Summer Conference 1-4th July, 2013. Poster presentation

Evans, E., Fielding, L., Peters, A.C. and Redmond E.C (2013) Laboratory reenactment of observed food storage practices in domestic kitchens of older adults (>60yeas): potential for Listeria monocytogenes growth in ready to eat foods. SFAM Annual Summer Conference 1-4th July, 2013. Poster presentation

Evans, E.*, Fielding, L. and Redmond E.C (2013) Microbiological and observational analysis of older adult consumers (>60years) food handling practices. SFAM Postgraduate and Early Career Scientists (PECS) Research Conference, London. 31st October, 2013

Evans, E. and Redmond, E. (2013) Older adults cognition of recommended domestic practices to reduce risks associated with Listeria monocytogenes. ISPOL XVIII International Symposium on Problems of Listeriosis. Goa, India, 19th-22nd September, 2013

Evans, E.*, Fielding, L. and Redmond E.C (2013) Domestic food handling and storage practices of older adults: cognitive, behavioural and microbial analysis of listeriosis risk factors.  ISPOL XVIII International Symposium on Problems of Listeriosis. Goa, India, 19th-22nd September, 2013 (Oral presentation*)

Evans, E., Fielding, L. and Redmond, E. (2013) Observation and microbiological analysis of food safety practices implemented by older adults (>60years). Research for innovation and growth academic associate committee annual poster symposium. Cardiff, UK (10th April, 2013)

Evans, E., Lloyd, D.C. and Redmond, E. (2013) Potential influences of initiative and non-initiative sources on young adults food safety knowledge and practices. IAFP Marseille, France 15th-17th May, 2013

Evans, E., Lloyd, D.C. and Redmond, E. (2013) Food safety behavioural influences of two consumer groups: implications for targeted food safety education strategies. IAFP Marseille, France 15th-17th May, 2013

Evans, E., Lloyd, D.C. and Redmond, E. (2013) Older adults (>60years) storage of ready to eat foods; knowledge, attitudes, self-reported practices and actual domestic refrigerator temperature profiles. IAFP Marseille, France 15th-17th May, 2013

Redmond, E. C. and Lloyd, D.C. (2012) Evaluation of a Knowledge Transfer Feasibility Project to Improve Technical Operations and Microbiological Safety in Food-Sector Small and Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs) in Wales, UK. Presented at the International Association for Food Protection (IAFP) European Symposium on Food Safety, Warsaw, Poland. 21st -23rd May, 2012.  

Redmond, E. C. and Griffith C.J. (2012) Hospital Caregiver Risk Perceptions and Attitudes towards Powdered Formula Milk Use, Preparation and Storage: Implications for Microbiological Safety.                                           Presented at the International Association for Food Protection (IAFP) European Symposium on Food Safety, Warsaw, Poland. 21st -23rd May, 2012.  

Evans, E. and Redmond, E. (2012) Identification of behavioural risk factors associated with listeriosis in the home. Presented at the International Association for Food Protection (IAFP) European Symposium on Food Safety, Warsaw, Poland. 21st -23rd May, 2012.  

Evans, E. and Redmond, E. (2012) Older adult consumers' attitudes and risk perceptions associated with food safety in the home. Presented at the International Association for Food Protection (IAFP) European Symposium on Food Safety, Warsaw, Poland. 21st -23rd May, 2012.  

Redmond, E.C. and Lloyd, D. (2012) Increasing food safety in food manufacturing / processing sector SMEs. Presented at The 12th World Congress on Environmental Health. Vilnius, Lithuania. 22-27th May, 2012.

Redmond, E. C. and Lloyd, D.C. (2012)  Development of an Effective Mechanism to Improve Food Safety and Quality Standards in Small and Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs) in the Manufacturing and Processing Sector. International Association for Food Protection, 98th Annual Meeting, Rhode Island.  

Evans, E., Redmond, E. & Fielding, L. (2012) Assessment of food safety practices of older adults (>60 years) in a model kitchen. International Association for Food Protection, 98th Annual Meeting, Rhode Island.  

Evans, E., Redmond, E. & Fielding, L. (2012) Determination of microbiological and behavioural risks associated with listeriosis in older adults' (>60 years) domestic kitchens. International Association for Food Protection, 98th Annual Meeting, Rhode Island.  

Evans, E., Redmond, E. & Fielding, L. (2012) 'Knowledge, attitudes and self-reported practices' of older adults' food handling and storage behaviours', Cardiff Metropolitan University Academic Associates Annual Poster Symposium Cardiff Metropolitan University, Llandaff Campus, Western Avenue, Cardiff., 22nd March 2012.

Redmond EC and Griffith CJ (2011) Use of the Social Marketing Approach for Achieving Sustainable Implementation of Food Safety Behaviours. Presented at The Fifth International Consumer Sciences Research Conference (Consumer '11) "Consumer behaviour for a sustainable future" July 18th - 20th. University of Bonn, Germany

Evans, E., Redmond, E. & Fielding, L. (2011) 'Older adults' (aged >60 years) knowledge, attitudes and self-reported practices of food safety risks associated with listeriosis', 3rd MoniQA International Conference "Food Safety and Consumer Protection". Varna, Bulgaria, 27 - 29 September 2011.

Evans, E., Redmond, E., Peters, A. & Fielding, L. (2011) 'Older adults' (>60 years) food-handling and storage behaviours relating to listeriosis and the domestic environment: a pilot study.' Society for Applied Microbiology annual summer conference. Clontarf Castle, Dublin, Republic of Ireland, 4-7 July 2011 [Poster presentation].

Redmond, E. C. and Griffith, C. J. (2011) Assessment of Parents' Powdered Infant Formula Preparation and Storage Behaviours using Observation: Implications for Microbiological Safety. International Association for Food Protection Conference European Symposium. Ede, The Netherlands. 18-20th May, 2011 (Poster presentation)

Redmond, E. C. and Griffith, C. J. (2010) Caregiver perceptions about preparation and storage of reconstituted powdered milk formula: implications for microbiological safety and education. The 3rd European Public Health (EUPHA) Conference: Integrated Public Health, RAI Conference Centre, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; 10-13th November, 2010  Poster presentation

Redmond, E. C. and Griffith, C. J. (2010) Storage and temperature control of reconstituted powdered infant formula feeds in UK day nurseries International Association for Food Protection, 97th Annual Meeting, August 1-4, Anaheim, California. Poster presentation

Evans, E.W., Redmond, E.C.,  Peters, A.C and Fielding L. (2010) Listeria spp. contamination of the domestic environment; Implications for consumer food-safety and education Society of Applied Microbiology Summer Conference   5 – 8th July; Grand Hotel, Brighton. Poster presentation

Redmond, E. C. and Evans, E.W. (2010) Listeria spp. and the domestic environment: consumer knowledge, attitudes, risk perceptions and food-handling behaviours. ISOPOL XVII - International Symposium On Problems Of Listeriosis Alfândega Conference Centre, Porto Portugal 5th-8th May, 2010.

Redmond, E. C. and Griffith, C. J. (2009) Use of Powdered Infant Formula in UK Day Nurseries: Implications for Microbial Safety. IAFP European Symposium. Estrel Convention Center, Berlin, Germany. 7-9th October, 2009

Redmond, E. C. and Griffith, C. J. (2009) Consumer Attitudes and Risk Perceptions Associated with Preparation and Storage of Powdered Formula Milk in the Home: Implications for Microbiological Safety and Education. IAFP European Symposium. Estrel Convention Center, Berlin, Germany. 7-9th October, 2009

Redmond, E. C. and Griffith, C. J. (2009) Time-Temperature Profiling Associated with Preparation and Storage of Powdered Infant Formula: Implications for Microbial Safety. International Association for Food Protection Conference, 96th Annual Meeting, Grapevine, Texas, USA.  

Redmond, E. C. and Griffith, C. J. (2009) Parent Attitudes and Self-Reported Handling of Powdered Formula Milk: Implications for Microbiological Safety and Education. International Association for Food Protection Conference, 96th Annual Meeting, Grapevine, Texas, USA.  

Redmond, E. C., Griffith, C. J., King, S. and Dyball, M. (2008) Identification of consumer clusters for targeting strategies to improve food safety behaviours: implications for social marketing. First World Social Marketing Conference, Brighton, UK.  

Redmond, E. C., Griffith, C. J., and Riley, S. (2008) Efficacy of Disinfection Methods Used For Decontamination of Infant Bottles Used For Feeding Powdered Formula Milk. International Association for Food Protection Conference, 95th Annual Meeting, Ohio, USA.  

Redmond, E. C. and Griffith, C. J. (2008) Preparation and Storage of Reconstituted Powdered Milk Formula: Caregiver Perspectives. International Association for Food Protection Conference, 95th Annual Meeting, Ohio, USA.  

Redmond, E. C., Griffith, C. J., and Riley, S. (2007) Microbiological evaluation of infant bottles used for feeding powdered formula: Implications for Enterobacter sakazakii. International Association for Food Protection Conference, 94th Annual Meeting, Lake Buena Vista, Florida, USA.  

Redmond, E. C., Griffith, C. J., King, S. and Dyball, M. (2007). A Nationwide Study of UK Consumer Attitudes towards Food Safety in the Domestic Kitchen. International Association for Food Protection Conference, 94th Annual Meeting, Lake Buena Vista, Florida, USA.  

Redmond, E. C., Griffith, C. J., and Worsfold, D. (2007) Factors That Influence the Effectiveness of Consumer Food Safety Education in the UK. Presented at The 3rd International Consumer Sciences Research Conference, University of Ulster, Northern Ireland.

Redmond, E. C., Griffith, C. J., King, S. and Dyball, M. (2006). Identification of consumer clusters for targeting food safety education. USDA / FSIS International Food Safety Education Conference: Reaching At-Risk Audiences. Denver, Colarado, USA. Oral Presentation.

Redmond, E. C. and Griffith, C. J. (2006). Targeting cloth-wiper use in the domestic kitchen: analysis of consumer attitudes, self-reported practices and observed behaviour. USDA / FSIS International Food Safety Education Conference: Reaching At-Risk Audiences. Denver, Colarado, USA.  

Redmond, E. C. and Griffith, C. J. (2006). A qualitative evaluation of factors that influence the efficacy of consumer food safety education in the uk. USDA / FSIS International Food Safety Education Conference: Reaching At-Risk Audiences. Denver, Colarado, USA.  

Redmond, E. C. and Griffith, C. J. (2006). Attitudes and food safety behaviours of older females: implications for strategy development using the social marketing approach. USDA / FSIS International Food Safety Education Conference: Reaching At-Risk Audiences. Denver, Colarado, USA.   

Redmond, E. C. and Griffith, C. J. (2006). Local Provision of Consumer Food Safety Education in the UK. International Association for Food Protection Conference, 93rd Annual Meeting, Calgary, Canada.  

Redmond, E. C. and Griffith, C. J. (2006?) Consumer Experience of Food Safety Interventions in the UK: Potential for Behavioural Change. International Association for Food Protection Conference, 93rd Annual Meeting, Calgary, Canada.  

Griffith, C. J. and Redmond, E.C. (2006) The evaluation and application of information on consumer hazard and risk to food safety education. FSA Review of B20 Domestic Sector Hygiene Research Programme. St. Catherines University College, Oxford. 29-30th June.

Griffith, C. J., Redmond, E.C., King, S. and Dyball, M. (2006). Getting food safety and food hygiene messages into homes. FSA Review of B20 Domestic Sector Hygiene Research Programme. St. Catherines University College, Oxford. 29-30th June.

Redmond, E. C. and Griffith, C. J. (2005). Consumer use of cloth wipers: risk potential for cross contamination and recontamination in the domestic kitchen. Presented at the European Symposium on Food Safety (International Association for Food Protection) 'Recontamination Issues in the Food Industry', Prague, Czech Republic, 11-12 October, 2005. Poster Presentation

Redmond, E. C., Griffith, C. J., Slader, J. and Humphrey, T.J. (2005) Microbial Risks Associated with the Transfer of Campylobacter and Salmonella in Domestic Food-Handling. Presented at the Joint meeting of the 3 divisions of the International Union of Microbiological Societies 'Microbes in a Changing World' July 23-28th, 2005 San Francisco, CA, USA.  

Redmond, E. C. and Griffith, C. J. (2005). Evaluation of consumer food hygiene initiatives in the UK. Presented at the International Association for Food Protection Conference, 92nd Annual Meeting, August 14th-17th Baltimore, Maryland.  

Redmond, E. C. and Griffith, C. J. (2005). Consumer attitudes, self-reported and observed behaviours relating to cloth-wiper usage in the domestic kitchen. Accepted for presentation at the International Association for Food Protection Conference, 92nd Annual Meeting, August 14th-17th Baltimore, Maryland.  

Redmond, E.C. and Griffith, C.J. (2004) Use of the Social Marketing Approach for the Development and Application of a Consumer Food Safety Education Strategy. International Federation of Home Economics World Congress. 1st – 7th August, Kyoto, Japan.  

Griffith, C. J. and Redmond, E.C. (2004) Evaluation of Consumer Food Hygiene Behaviour using Observation. International Federation of Home Economics World Congress. 1st – 7th August, Kyoto, Japan.

Redmond, E. C., Griffith, C. J., Slader, J. and Humphrey, T.J. (2004) Quantitative microbiological risks associated with food-handling behaviours implemented during domestic food preparation. Presented at International Association for Food Protection Conference, 91st Annual Meeting, August 8th-11th Phoenix, Arizona.  

Redmond, E.C. and Griffith, C.J. (2004) Development of a Consumer Food Safety Communication Strategy using a Triangulation of Formative Research Methods. Presented at International Association for Food Protection Conference, 91st Annual Meeting, August 8th-11th Phoenix, Arizona.  

Moore, G., Redmond, E.C., Griffith, C.J. and Michaels, B. (2004) Disinfection failures associated with cotton cloth wipers when compared to non-woven wiper products. Presented at International Association for Food Protection Conference, 91st Annual Meeting, August 8th-11th Phoenix, Arizona.  

Redmond, E.C. and Griffith, C.J. (2003) Summative Evaluation of a Social Marketing Consumer Food Safety Education Strategy Implemented in South Wales, UK. Empowering the Consumer in the 21st Century. The 1st International Institute of Consumer Sciences Conference. Cardiff, South Wales.  

Redmond, E.C., Griffith, C.J. and Peters, A.C. (2003) Consumer Attitudes and Perceptions towards Food Safety in the Domestic Kitchen. International Association for Food Protection Conference, August 10th-13th, New Orleans, Louisiana.   

Griffith, C.J. and Redmond, E.C. (2003) Factors that Influence the Efficacy of Risk Communication and Consumer Perceptions of Sources of Food Safety Education. International Association for Food Protection Conference, August 10th-13th, New Orleans, Louisiana.   

Bailey, R., Redmond, E.C., Fielding, L., Gangar, V., D'Onorio, A., Michaels, B. and Griffith, C. (2003) Air Quality Issues Associated with Hand Drying Devices in Food Processing, Food Service and Public Facility Handwash Stations. International Association for Food Protection Conference, August 10th-13th, New Orleans, Louisiana. 

Redmond, E.C. and Griffith, C.J. (2002) Use of social marketing for the development, application and evaluation of a community food safety education initiative in South Wales, UK. Presented at 'Thinking Globally –Working Locally' A Conference on Food Safety Education. 18-20th September. Orlando, Florida.  

Redmond, E.C. and Griffith, C.J. (2002) A meta-analysis of international consumer food safety studies. Presented at 'Thinking Globally –Working Locally' A Conference on Food Safety Education. 18-20th September. Orlando, Florida.  

Redmond, E.C., Griffith, C.J., Slader, J. and Humphrey, T.J. (2002). Assessment of consumer food safety behaviors using observation and microbiological evaluation and implications for risk communication. Presented at 'Thinking Globally –Working Locally' A Conference on Food Safety Education. 18-20th September. Orlando, Florida.  

Redmond, E.C. and Griffith, C.J. (2002) A meta-analysis of international consumer food safety studies. Presented at International Association for Food Protection Conference, 89th Annual Meeting, San Diego, California. June 30th – July 3rd, 2002.  

Michaels, B., Clayton, D., Redmond, E.C. and Griffith, C.J. (2002) To reduce rates of foodborne illness, lets target handwashing (and drying): A most effective means of reducing disease transmission. Presented at International Association for Food Protection Conference, 89th Annual Meeting, San Diego, California. June 30th – July 3rd, 2002.  

Redmond, E.C., Griffith, C.J., Slader, J. and Humphrey, T.J. (2002) Assessment of risks associated with consumer food handling practices using real-time microbiological analysis. International Association for Food Protection Conference, 89th Annual Meeting, San Diego, California. June 30th – July 3rd.  

Griffith, C.J. and Redmond, E.C. (2002) An international perspective on consumer food safety. Presented at 'Thinking Globally –Working Locally' A Conference on Food Safety Education. September 18-20th September. Orlando, Florida.

Slader J, Humphrey T.J., Redmond E.C. and Griffith C.J. (2001) The spread and persistence of Salmonella and Campylobacter during domestic food preparation.  The Association of Clinical Pathologists, National Scientific Meeting, The Commonwealth Institute, London.  June

Redmond E.C., Griffith C.J. and Peters A.C. (2001) Validation and Use of Alkaline Phosphatase Reduction as an Indicator for Meat Cooking Efficiency. International Association for Food Protection Conference, 88th Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, Minnesota. August 5th – 8th.  

Redmond E.C., Griffith C.J. and Peters A.C. (2001) Assessment and variability of cleaning practices of uk consumers using observation, atp and microbiological assessment. International Association for Food Protection Conference, 88th Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, Minnesota. August 5th – 8th.  

Slader J, Humphrey T.J., Redmond E.C. and Griffith C.J. (2001) The spread and persistence of Salmonella and Campylobacter during domestic food preparation. Association of Clinical Microbiologists, Annual Scientific Meeting, Central Public Health Laboratory, London.  October.

Slader J, Humphrey T.J., Redmond E.C. and Griffith C.J. (2001) The spread and persistence of Salmonella and Campylobacter during domestic food preparation. The Association of Clinical Pathologists, National Scientific Meeting, The Commonwealth Institute, London.  June

Michaels, B., Clayton, D., Redmond, E.C. and Griffith, C.J. (2001) To reduce rates of foodborne illness lets target hand-washing and drying: a most effective means for reducing disease transmission. International Association for Food Protection Conference, 88th Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, Minnesota. August 5th – 8th.  

Griffith C.J., Redmond E.C., Slader J. and Humphrey T.J. (2000) Evaluation and application of information on consumer hazard and risk to food safety education. The Management of Microbiological Hazards and Risks Workshop.  Joint Food Standards Group (MAFF).  March.

Griffith C.J., Redmond E.C., Slader J. and Humphrey T.J. (2001) Evaluation and application of information on consumer hazard and risk to food safety education.  Food Standards Agency.  Preston, January.

Redmond, E.C., Griffith, C.J. and Peters, A.C. (2000) A risk based evaluation of traditional and social marketing methods of food hygiene education. International Association for Food Protection Conference, 87th Annual Meeting. August 6-9th. Atlanta, Georgia.  

Redmond, E.C., Griffith, C.J. and Peters, A.C. (2000) The repeatability and reproducibility of food safety behaviour in the domestic environment. Poster presented at International Association for Food Protection Conference, (87th Annual Meeting). August 6-9th. Atlanta, Georgia.  

Griffith, C.J., Redmond, E.C. and Peters, A. (2000). Contamination of Kitchen Surfaces after Domestic Food Preparation.  International Association for Food Protection Conference, 87th Annual Meeting. August 6-9th. Atlanta, Georgia.

Redmond, E.C., Griffith, C.J. and Peters, A.C. (2000) Use of social marketing in the prevention of specific cross contamination actions in the domestic environment. Proceedings of the 2nd NSF International Conference on Food safety: Preventing foodborne illness through science and education. 11-13th October. Savannah, Georgia.

Redmond, E.C., Griffith, C.J. and Peters, A.C. (2000) Risk based observational assessment of consumer food safety behaviour and implications for food safety education. Proceedings of the 2nd NSF International Conference on Food safety: Preventing foodborne illness through science and education. 11-13th October. Savannah, Georgia.

Redmond, E., Griffith, C.J., and Peters, A.C. (2000).  The Repeatability and Reproducibility of Food Safety Behaviour in the Domestic Environment.   Food Safety in Europe: Challenges and Opportunities.  October.  London

Slader J, Humphrey T.J., Redmond E.C. Griffith C.J., Peters A.C. and Church M. (2000) Cross-contamination in the domestic kitchen.  PHLS 25th Annual Scientific Conference.  Warwick.  Sept.

Griffith C.J., Redmond E. and Clayton D. (2000) Evaluating Hygiene Behaviour in the Domestic Setting and the Impact of Hygiene Education.  IFH / PHLS / LSHTM Conference on Preventing Infectious Intestinal Disease in the Domestic Setting.  Colindale, London, December.

Redmond, E.C., Griffith, C.J., Price, P. and Peters, A.C. (1999) Utilising the social marketing approach to improve specific domestic food safety behaviours. 9th Annual Conference. Social Marketing in Public Health. June 23-26, Clearwater Beach, Florida. Conference presentation.

Redmond, E.C., Griffith, C.J., Peters, A.C. and Fairchild, R.M. (1999) Traditional and social marketing approaches to consumer food safety education. Consumer Education – An International Dimension. XIX International Consumer Studies and Home Economics Research Conference. 2nd-4th September. Belfast, Waterfront Hall.   

Redmond E.C., Griffith C.J., Peters A.C., Fairchild, R.M. (1999) Traditional and Social Marketing Approaches to Consumer Food Safety Education. Postgraduate Research Conference, Cardiff. December.

Redmond, E.C., Griffith, C.J. and Peters, A.C.  (1998)  Validating Alkaline Phosphatase reduction as an indication of meat cooking efficiency - Microbial Control in the Food Industry Conference.  Cardiff.  July.

Redmond, E.C., Griffith, C.J., Peters, A.C. and Worsfold, D. (1997) An assessment of consumer food safety behaviour using a haccp based approach. First International Food Safety HACCP Conference. February. The Netherlands.  

Redmond, E. C., Griffith, C. J., Peters, A. C. and Worsfold, D.  (1997) An assessment of consumer food safety behaviour using a HACCP based approach.  Foodborne disease: Consequences and Prevention.  April. Oxford.