Number of items at this level: 51.
Acladious, Nabil Nathan, Sutton, Christopher, Mandal, Debbie, Hopkins, Rami, Zaklama, Magid and Kitchener, Henry
Persistant Human Papillomavirus infection and smoking increase risk of failure of treatment of cervical intraepithelial neoplasia (CIN).
International Journal of Cancer, 98
Attree, Pam, Clayton, Stephen, Karunanithi, Sakthi, Nayak, Shilpa, Read, Donald and Popay, Jennie
NHS health trainers: a review of emerging evaluation evidence.
Critical Public Health, 22
Barr, Ben, Clayton, Stephen, Whitehead, Margaret, Thielen, Karsten, Burstrom, Bo, Nylen, Lotta and Dahl, Espen
To what extent have relaxed eligibility requirements
and increased generosity of disability benefits acted
as disincentives for employment? A systematic
review of evidence from countries with
well-developed welfare systems.
Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 64
Beeckman, Katrien, Louckx, Fred, Downe, Soo and Putman, Koen
The relationship between antenatal care and preterm birth: the importance of content of care.
The European Journal of Public Health, 23
Berti, Cristiana, Decsi, Tamás, Dykes, Fiona Clare, Hermoso, Maria, Koletzko, Berthold, Massari, Maddalena, Moreno, Luis A., Serra-Majem, Luis and Cetin, Irene
Critical issues in setting micronutrient recommendations for pregnant women: an insight.
Maternal And Child Nutrition, 6
Brotherton, Ailsa M, Simmonds, N., Bowling, T. and Stroud, M.
Malnutrition is dangerous: The importance of effective nutritional screening and nutritional care.
Clinical Risk, 17
Burstrom , Bo, Nylen, Lotta, Clayton, Stephen and Whitehead, Margaret
How equitable is vocational rehabilitation in Sweden? A review of evidence on the implementation of a national policy framework.
Disability and Rehabilitation, 33
Burstrom, Bo, Nylen, Lotta, Barr, Ben, Clayton, Stephen, Holland, Paula and Whitehead, Margaret
Delayed and differential effects of the economic crisis in Sweden in the 1990s on health-related exclusion from the labour market: A health equity assessment.
Social Science & Medicine, 75
Burstrom, Bo, Whitehead, Margaret, Clayton, Stephen, Fritzell, Sara, Vannoni, Francesca and Costa, Giuseppe
Health inequalities between lone and couple mothers and policy under different welfare regimes – The example of Italy, Sweden and Britain.
Social Science & Medicine
Clayton, Stephen, Bambra, Clare, Gosling, Rachael, Povall, Sue, Misso, Kate and Whitehead , Margaret
Assembling the evidence jigsaw: insights from a systematic review of UK studies of individual-focused return to work initiatives for disabled and long-term ill people.
BMC Public Health, 11
Clayton, Stephen, Barr, Ben, Nylen, Lotta, Burstrom, Bo, Thielen, Karsten, Diderichsen, Finn, Dahl, Espen and Whitehead, Margaret
Effectiveness of return-to-work interventions for disabled
people: a systematic review of government initiatives
focused on changing the behaviour of employers.
European Journal of Public Health, 22
Cook, N., Thomson, G. and Dey, P.
Managing risk in cancer presentation, detection and referral: a qualitative study of primary care staff views.
BMJ Open, 4
Dickinson, Tommy and Hurley, Margaret Anne
Exploring the antipathy of nursing staff who work within secure healthcare facilities across the United Kingdom to young people who self-harm.
Journal of Advanced Nursing, 68
Dooris, Mark T
Expert voices for change: Bridging the silos—towards healthy and sustainable settings for the 21st century.
Health & Place, 20
Dooris, Mark T
The Health Promoting University: opportunities, challenges and future developments.
Promotion & Education, 9
Dooris, Mark T
Holistic and sustainable health improvement: the contribution of the settings-based approach to health promotion.
Perspectives in Public Health, 129
Dooris, Mark T and Doherty, Sharon Helen
Healthy Universities: current activity and future directions - findings and reflections from a national-level qualitative research study.
Global Health Promotion, 17
Dooris, Mark T and Heritage, Zoe
Healthy Cities: Facilitating the Active Participation and Empowerment of Local People.
Journal of Urban Health
Ellis, Beverley and Howard, John
Clinical governance, education and learning to manage health information.
Clinical Governance: An International Journal, 16
Finlayson, Kenneth William and Downe, Soo
Why do women not use antenatal services in low and middle income countries? A metasynthesis of qualitative studies.
PLoS Medicine, 10
French, Beverley, Thomas, Lois Helene, Leathley, Michael John, Sutton, Chris J, Booth, Jo, Brittain, Katie, Burton, Christopher, Cheater, Francine, Roe, Brenda, Hay-Smith, E. Jean C., Mcadam, Joanna and Watkins, Caroline Leigh
Combined conservative interventions for urge, stress or mixed incontinence in adults.
The Cochrane Library
Fritzell, Sara, Vannoni, Francesca, Whitehead, Margaret, Burstom, Bo, Costa, Giuseppe, Clayton, Stephen and Fritzell, Johan
Does non-employment contribute to the health disadvantage among lone mothers in Britain, Italy and Sweden? Synergy effects and the meaning of family policy.
Health & Place, 18
Gerdtz, Marie, Daniels, Catherine, Dearie, Vikki, Prematunga, Roshani, Bamert, Merrin and Duxbury, Joy
The outcome of a rapid training program on nurses’ attitudes regarding the prevention of aggression in emergency departments: A multi-site evaluation.
International Journal of Nursing Studies, 50
Gibson, Josephine and Watkins, Caroline Leigh
The use of formal and informal knowledge sources in patients’ treatment decisions in secondary stroke prevention: qualitative study.
Health Expectations, 16
Hoddinott, P, Morgan, H, MacLennan, G, Sewel, K, Thomson, Gillian, Bauld, L, Yi, D, Ludbrook, A and Campbell, MK
Public acceptability of financial incentives for smoking cessation in pregnancy and breastfeeding.
BMJ Open, 4
Holland, Paula, Burstrom, Bo, Whitehead, Margaret, Diderichsen, Finn, Dahl, Espen, Barr, Ben, Nylen, Lotta, Chen, Wen-Hao, Theilen, Karsten , van der Wel, Kjetil, Clayton, Stephen and Uppal, Sharanjit
HOW DO MACRO-LEVEL CONTEXTS AND POLICIES AFFECT THE EMPLOYMENT CHANCES OF CHRONICALLY ILL AND DISABLED PEOPLE? PART I: THE IMPACT OF RECESSION AND DEINDUSTRIALIZATION.
International Journal of Health Services, 41
Hurley, Margaret A
Light smoking at base-line predicts a higher mortality risk to women than to men; evidence from a cohort with long follow-up.
BMC Public Health, 14
Jones, Stephanie, Auton, Malcolm Frederick, Burton, Christopher R and Watkins, Caroline Leigh
Engaging service users in the development of stroke services: an action research study.
Journal of Clinical Nursing, 17
Jones, Stephanie, Dickinson, Hazel, Ford, G. A., Gibson, Josephine, Leathley, Michael John, Mcadam, Joanna, McLoughlin, A., Quinn, T. and Watkins, Caroline Leigh
Callers' experiences of making emergency calls at the onset of acute stroke: a qualitative study.
Emergency Medicine Journal, 29
Lhussier , Monique, Bangash, Sonai, Dykes, Fiona Clare, Zaman, Mukhtiar and Lowe, Nicola M
Development and implementation of a nutrition intervention programme in North West Pakistan: a realist framework.
Health Promotion International, 26
Liu, Zhenmi, Beaver, Kinta and Speed, Shaun
Being Healthy: a Grounded Theory Study of Help Seeking Behaviour among Chinese Elders living in the UK.
International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health and Well-being, 9
Lorenc, Theo, Clayton, Stephen, Neary, David, Patticrew, Mark, Whitehead, Margaret , Thomson, Hilary, Sowden, Amanda, Cummins, Stephen and Renton , Adrian
Crime, fear of crime, environment, and mental health and wellbeing: Mapping review of theories and causal pathways.
Health & Place, 18
Lorenc, Theo, Petticrew, Mark, Whitehead, Margaret, Neary, David, Clayton, Stephen, Wright, Kath, Thomson, Hilary, Cummins, Stephen, Sowden, Amanda and REnton, Adrain
Environmental interventions to reduce fear of crime: systematic review of effectiveness.
Systematic Reviews, 2
Lorenc, Theo, Petticrew, Mark, Whitehead, Margaret, Neary, David, Clayton, Stephen, Wright, Kath, Thomson, Hilary, Cummins, Steven, Sowden, Amanda and Renton, Adrian
Fear of crime and the environment: systematic review of UK qualitative evidence.
BMC Public Health, 13
Monks, Rob, Topping, Annie and Newell, Rob
The dissonant care management of illicit drug users in medical wards, the views of nurses and patients: a grounded theory study.
Journal of Advanced Nursing, 69
Nippert, Irmgard, Harris, Hilary J., Julian-Reynier, Claire, Kristoffersson, Ulf, Kate, Leo P., Anionwu, Elizabeth, Benjamin, Caroline, Challen, Kirsty, Schmidtke, Jörg, Nippert, R. Peter and Harris, Rodney
Confidence of primary care physicians in their ability to carry out basic medical genetic tasks—a European survey in five countries—Part 1.
Journal of Community Genetics, 2
Nyman, Viola, Bondas, Terese, Downe, Soo and Berg, Marie
Glancing beyond or being confined to routines: Labour ward midwives' responses to change as a result of action research.
Pogge, Thomas W
Are We Violating the Human Rights of the
Yale Human Rights and Development Law Journal, 14
Poland, Blake and Dooris, Mark T
A green and healthy future: the settings approach to building health, equity and sustainability.
Critical Public Health, 20
Poland, Blake, Dooris, Mark T and Haluza-Delay, Randolph
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
Robinson, M., Robertson, S., McCullagh, J. and Hacking, Suzanne
Working towards men's health: Findings from the Sefton men's health project.
Health Education Journal, 69
Public Health, Ethics, and Functional Foods.
Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, 20
Selinger, Christian P., Greer, Shaun and Sutton, Chris J.
Is gastrointestinal endoscopy a risk factor for Clostridium difficile associated diarrhea?
American Journal of Infection Control, 38
Thomson, Gill, Crossland, Nicola and Dykes, Fiona
Giving me hope: women's reflections on a breastfeeding peer support service.
Maternal & Child Nutrition, 8
Thomson, Gill, Dykes, Fiona, Singh, Gulab, Cawley, Lucinda and Dey, Paola
A public health perspective of women's experiences of antenatal care: An exploration of insights from a community consultation.
Whittaker, Karen, Sutton, Chris and Burton, Chris
Pragmatic randomised controlled trials in parenting research: the issue of intention to treat.
Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health, 60
“Lets Smash it” Mobilising the masses against the demon drink in Soviet era health posters.
Visual Resources, 28
Zia, S., Wareing, D., Sutton, C., Bolton, E., Mitchell, D. and Goodacre, J. A.
Health problems following Campylobacter jejuni enteritis in a Lancashire population.
Stigma associated with genetic conditions.
Stigma and Social Exclusion in Healthcare.
Dooris, Mark T, Doherty, Sharon, Cawood, Jennie and Powell, Sue
The Healthy Universities Approach: Adding Value to the Higher Education Sector.
Health Promotion Settings: Principles and Practice.
Sage, pp. 153-169.
Whitehead, Margaret, Clayton, Stephen, Holland, Paula, Burstrom, Bo, Nylen, Lotta, Dahl, Espen, van der Wel, Kjetil, Diderichsen, Finn, Thielen, Karsten, Ng, Edward and Uppal, Sharanjit
Helping chronically ill or disabled people into work: what can
we learn from international comparative analyses?
Public Health Research Consortium.