Justine Bold

Justine Bold

PhD student

School of Allied Health and Community

Research Degree Students

Contact Details

email: bolj2_08@uni.worc.ac.uk

Justine is a part-time PhD student in the School of Allied Health & Community at the University of Worcester. 

Justine’s main research interest is the extra-intestinal manifestations (that occur outside of the digestive tract) of coeliac disease and gluten sensitivity and particularly how these can affect overall health and wellbeing. She is interested in the management of digestive disorders, auto-immune issues, women’s health, infertility and mental health.  She has worked on several research projects in these areas and on educational texts for health professionals exploring these topics.

Her PhD is by prior publication and is a retrospective synthesis of a portfolio of academic outputs including peer-reviewed research chapters and textbooks including patient narratives where she is either first author or co-author to critically examine what she perceives as the ‘nutrition and gluten gap’ in clinical health professional and medical education.

Her mentor is Professor Eleanor Bradley

Justine is also a member of staff at the University of Worcester in the School of Allied Health & Community, please click here for her staff webpage.

Justine also works part-time as a Programme Director for Continuing Professional Development in the Centre for Medical Education within the School of Medicine at Cardiff University.

Qualifications

BA (Hons) English, 1990, Leeds University
PgCert Learning & teaching in Higher Education, 2012, University of Worcester
Dip BCNH Distinction 2005
Dip IDM 1994

 

Publications

Bold J. Gluten and its main food sources and other components of grains that may impact on health. In Gluten Related Disorders Diagnostic Approaches, Treatment Pathways, and Future Perspectives Ed: Mohammad Rostami-Nejad 2021

Rostami K, Bold J, Ali J, Parr A, Dieterick W, Zopf Y, Htoo A, Rostami M, Danciu M. An algorithm for differentiating food antigen-related gastrointestinal symptoms. Gastroenterology and Hepatology from Bed to Bench. 26 January 2021, 8-16

Bold J, Harris M, Fellows L, Chouchane M, Nutrition the digestive system and immunity in COVID-19 infection. (2020) Gastroenterology and Hepatology from Bed to Bench, 20 September, Page 331-340 https://journals.sbmu.ac.ir/ghfbb/index.php/ghfbb/article/view/2094    

Gilbey, Z.; Bold, J. A Gluten Free Diet in the Management of Epilepsy in People with Coeliac Disease or Gluten Sensitivity. Gastrointest. Disord. 2020, 2, 281-299.  https://www.mdpi.com/2624-5647/2/3/26

Griffiths L, Smith J, Band M, Bold J, Bradley E, Williams B, Hird-Smith R, Horne D, Dilworth R, Exercise and lifestyle programme improves weight maintenance in young people with psychosis: a service evaluation. Frontiers in Endocrinology. Journal edition is an article collection on The Body and Mind: the Impact of Obesity in Severe Mental Illness.  https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fendo.2020.577691/abstract

Bold, J. Supporting evidence-based practice in nutrition and hydration. (2020) Wounds UK Vol 16 No 2 22-28

Busby, E.; Bold, J.; Fellows, L.; Rostami, K. (2019) Mood Disorders and Gluten: It’s Not All in Your Mind! A Systematic Review with Meta-Analysis in Gluten-Free Diet Edited by Luca Elli mdpi.com/books/pdfview/book/1214

Augustus, J., Bold, J., Williams, B. (Feb 2019). An Introduction to Mental Health, Sage, London.

Busby, E.; Bold, J.; Fellows, L.; Rostami, K. Mood Disorders and Gluten: It’s Not All in Your Mind! A Systematic Review with Meta-Analysis. Nutrients 2018, 10, 1708.

Casella, G., Villanacci, V., Di Bella, C., Bassotti, G., Bold, J., Rostami, K. Non celiac gluten sensitivity and diagnostic challenges (2018). Gastroenterology Hepatology from Bed to Bench;11(3):197-202).

Bold, J. (2018) The Reproductive Page, Performance, Fertility Fest18, 10 May 2018, Bush Theatre London, UK.

Bold, J. (2018) ‘Love’ in Poetry & Dementia Care a practical guide. John Killick, Jessica Kingsley Publishers, London & Philadelphia pp 120-124

Harper, L., Bold, J. (2018). An exploration into the motivation for gluten avoidance in the absence of coeliac disease. Gastroenterology and Hepatology from Bed to Bench 11 (3): 259-268.

Rostami, K., Bold, J., Parr, A., and Johnson, M.W. (2017) Gluten-Free Diet Indications, Safety, Quality, Labels, and Challenges Nutrients 9(8), 846; doi:10.3390/nu9080846

Bold, J. (2017) Nutrition and Integrative approaches to infertility: improving patient experience and outcomes Pelvic obstetric and gynaecological physiotherapy Spring 2017, 120, 28-35

Bold, J. & Bedford, S. (2016) Integrated Approaches in Infertility, IVF and recurrent miscarriage. Jessica Kingsley Publishers Singing Dragon, London.

Bold, J. (2016) Gluten and Female Infertility Forum Gluten Free Journal for Healthcare Professionals Edition 2 2016 5-7 Dr Schar Institute

Goldie, J., Bold, J., Haigney, D. (2016) Diet and nutrition in the periconception period of a subsequent pregnancy following a congenital heart defect-affected pregnancy Heart (British Cardiac Society) 102 (Suppl 1):A7.1-A7 · March 2016

Bold, J., Rostami, K. (2015) Non-coeliac gluten sensitivity and reproductive disorders, Gastroenterology and Hepatology from Bed to Bench. 8(4):294-297. http://dx.doi.org/10.22037/ghfbb.v8i4.819

Bold, J. (2015) Postgraduate Perspectives on e-feedback, Worcester Journal of Learning & Teaching. 10, July 11-18

Bold, J. (2015) Disinhibited Limbic System in Secondary Character and Other Stories Ed. B LLewelyn. Opening Chapter, Cardiff.

Bold, J. (2013) Sulphite Sensitivity Research Institute for Gastroenterology and Liver Diseases Conference Abstracts Gastroenterology and Hepatology From Bed to Bench.
Second Gluten and Food Related Disorders Conference. Worcester, UK. December 6-7 2012

Shahraki T, Rostami K, Shahraki M, Bold J, Danciu M, Al Dulaimi D, Villanacci V, Bassotti G. Microscopic Enteritis; clinical features and correlations with symptoms. Gastroenterol Hepatol Bed Bench. 2012 Summer;5(3):146-54.

Bold, J., (2012) Considerations for the diagnosis and management of sulphite sensitivity. Gastroenterology and Hepatology From Bed to Bench. 2012; 5(1): 3-6

Bold, J., Rostami, K. (2011) Foodborne, food related illness and role of the healthcare professionals Gastroenterology and Hepatology From Bed to Bench. 2011; 4(1): 1-2


Kamada, I., Trueman, L., Bold, J., Mortimore, D. (2011) The impact of breakfast in metabolic and digestive health. Gastroenterology and Hepatology From Bed to Bench. 2011;4(2):76-85

Bold, J., Rostami, K., (2011) Gluten tolerance; potential challenges in treatment strategies Gastroenterology and Hepatology From Bed to Bench. 2011;4(2):53-57

D UptonP UptonJ BoldDM Peters (2010) Regional Evaluation of Weight Management Programmes for Children and Adults. Commissioned by the Department of Health West Midlands eprints.worc.ac.uk

Trueman, L., Bold, J. The gastro-intestinal tract – use and abuse. (2010) In: Biochemical Imbalances in Disease – A Practitioner’s Handbook. ed. Nicholle L, Woodriff Beirne. London. Singing Dragon, pp 38-51


Bold, J. Functional disorders of the gastro-intestinal tract (2010) In: Biochemical Imbalances in Disease – A Practitioner’s Handbook. ed. Nicholle L, Woodriff Beirne. London. Singing Dragon, pp 51-64