Other network members come from Católica-Lisbon School of Business and Economics (Universidade Católica Portuguesa), College of Health and Human Sciences (Colorado State University), School of Public Health (University of Michigan), Institute of Health and Society (Newcastle University), School of Arts and Social Sciences (City, University of London) and the Department of Health Professions (Bern University of Applied Sciences).
Together we have been working in several projects, chiefly among them the organisation of the 3rd Cook and Health Conference, with the aim of enlarging the network, deepening the cooperation between its members and increasing the relevance of its contribution to science and the society.
Basque Culinary Centre, San Sebastián, Spain, November 24, 2015. Network members came together for the first time to share their findings on, and discuss the relationships between home cooking, eating behaviours and health.
University of West London, United Kingdom, March 2, 2017. Keynote speakers, competitive oral and poster presenters, and roundtable participants came together to present and debate research on the impact of home cooking on diet and health.
British Food Journal, May, 2018. Contributions to this Special Issue ranged from community-based interventions to experimental studies on cooking and food preparation, all focusing on the potential health outcomes of home cooking, skill interventions and related health policy
PROSPERO, August, 2018. This review takes new stock of adult cooking interventions and their effectiveness up to 2018, in order to estimate the size and significance of any positive effects on diet and health outcomes. It also aims to clarify the role of domestic cooking skills as an important mediator between promoting home cooking and achieving actual behaviour and dietary changes.