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Newton, Joanne, Dooris, Mark T and Wills, Jane (2015) Healthy universities: an example of a whole-system health-promoting setting. Global Health Promotion . pp. 1-9. ISSN 1757-9759
Dooris, Mark T (2015) Healthy Settings Editorial. Global Health Promotion . ISSN 1757-9759 (In Press)
Dooris, Mark T, Wills, J and Newton, J (2014) Theorizing healthy settings: a critical discussion with reference to Healthy Universities. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health, 42 (15 Sup). pp. 7-16. ISSN 1403-4948
Dooris, Mark T, McArt, Dervla, Hurley, Margaret Anne and Baybutt, Michelle (2013) Probation as a Setting for Building Wellbeing through Integrated Service Provision – Evaluating an Offender Health Trainer Service. Perspectives in Public Health, 33 (4). pp. 199-206. ISSN 1757-9139
Dooris, Mark T (2013) Expert voices for change: Bridging the silos—towards healthy and sustainable settings for the 21st century. Health & Place, 20 (-). pp. 39-50. ISSN 13538292
Doherty, Sharon, Cawood, Jennie and Dooris, Mark T (2011) Applying the whole-system settings approach to food within universities. Perspectives in Public Health, 131 (5). pp. 217-224. ISSN 1757-9139
Dooris, Mark T and Heritage, Zoe (2011) Healthy Cities: Facilitating the Active Participation and Empowerment of Local People. Journal of Urban Health . pp. 1-18. ISSN 1099-3460
Poland, Blake, Dooris, Mark T and Haluza-Delay, Randolph (2011) Securing 'supportive environments' for health in the face of ecosystem collapse: meeting the triple threat with a sociology of creative transformation. Health Promotion International, 26 (suppl). ii202-ii215. ISSN 0957-4824
Dooris, Mark T and Doherty, Sharon Helen (2010) Healthy Universities: current activity and future directions - findings and reflections from a national-level qualitative research study. Global Health Promotion, 17 (3). 06-16. ISSN 1757-9759
Dooris, Mark T and Doherty, Sharon Helen (2010) Healthy universities—time for action: a qualitative research study exploring the potential for a national programme. Health Promotion International, 25 (1). pp. 94-106. ISSN 0957-4824
Orme, J. and Dooris, Mark T (2010) Integrating health and sustainability: the higher education sector as a timely catalyst. Health Education Research, 25 (3). pp. 425-437. ISSN 0268-1153
Poland, Blake and Dooris, Mark T (2010) A green and healthy future: the settings approach to building health, equity and sustainability. Critical Public Health, 20 (3). pp. 281-298. ISSN 0958-1596
Dooris, Mark T (2009) Holistic and sustainable health improvement: the contribution of the settings-based approach to health promotion. Perspectives in Public Health, 129 (1). pp. 29-36. ISSN 1757-9139
Heritage, Zoë and Dooris, Mark T (2009) Community participation and empowerment in Healthy Cities. Health Promotion International, 24 (Supple). i45-i55. ISSN 0957-4824
Dooris, Mark T (2002) The Health Promoting University: opportunities, challenges and future developments. Promotion & Education, 9 (1 supp). pp. 20-24. ISSN 1025-3823
Doherty, Sharon Helen and Dooris, Mark T (2015) Healthy University – University of Central Lancashire. In: Health Promotion: Planning & Strategies - Student Resources - Additional Case Studies. Sage Publications. ISBN 978-1446294000
Dooris, Mark T, Doherty, Sharon Helen and Orme, Judy (2015) The Application of Salutogenesis in Universities. In: Handbook of Salutogenesis: Past, Present and Future. Springer. ISBN 978-3-319-04600-6
Dooris, Mark T, Doherty, Sharon, Cawood, Jennie and Powell, Sue (2011) The Healthy Universities Approach: Adding Value to the Higher Education Sector. In: Health Promotion Settings: Principles and Practice. Sage, pp. 153-169. ISBN 978-0857025456
Dooris, Mark T, De Leuw, E, Kolbe, L and Poland, B (2007) Healthy Settings: Building evidence for the effectiveness of whole system health promotion - challenges and future directions. In: Global Perspectives on Health Promotion Effectiveness. Springer Verlag, pp. 327-352. ISBN 978-0-387-70973-4
Baybutt, Michelle, Hayton, Paul and Dooris, Mark T (2007) Prisons in England and Wales: An Important Public Health Opportunity? In: A Reader in Promoting Public Health: Challenge and Controversy. Sage, London, pp. 237-245. ISBN 978-1412930758
Dooris, Mark T, Cawood, Jennie, Doherty, Sharon and Powell, Sue (2010) Healthy Universities: Concept, Model and Framework for Applying the Healthy Settings Approach within Higher Education in England. Working Paper. UCLan, Preston / London.
Dooris, Mark T and Doherty, Sharon Helen (2009) National research and development project on healthy universities: final report. Project Report. HEA HS&PSC, Preston, UK, PR1 2HE.
Farrier, Alan, Dooris, Mark T and Froggett, Lynn (2009) XPRESS Well-being on Prescription Project: Evaluation Report. Other. University of Central Lancashire, Preston.
Cox, Pat, Manley, Julian, Guiver, Jo W and Dooris, Mark T (2014) Past Understandings, Present Learnings, Future Practices. In: Memories of the Future Conference, May 2014, University of London.