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Publications


Publications August 2015 - July 2016

Alhassan Y, Barrett H, Brown K, Kwah K (2016) Belief systems enforcing female genital mutilation in Europe, International Journal of Human Rights in Healthcare, 9 (1), 29-40.

Anderson J, Turner A & Clyne W (2016) Evaluation of the effectiveness of HOPE self-management programme for people living with multiple sclerosis, Disability and Rehabilitation.

Anderson, J, Turner, A & Clyne, W (2016) Development and feasibility of the Help to Overcome Problems Effectively (HOPE) self-management intervention for people living with multiple sclerosis, Disability and Rehabilitation.

Baines D (2015) Community pharmacies deserve a renaissance, International Pharmacy Journal, 33 (2), 46-47.

Barke J, Coad J & Harcourt D (2016) "The Role of Appearance in Adolescents’ Experiences of Neurofibromatosis Type 1: A Survey of Young People and Parents",  Journal of Genetic Counseling, 1-9.

Barlow J, Schrader-McMillan A, Axford N , Wrigley Z, Sonthalia S, Wilkinson T, Rawsthorn , Toft A, Coad J (2016) Review: Attachment and attachment-related outcomes in preschool children – a review of recent evidence, Child and Adolescent Mental Health, 21, 11-20.

Bayley J & Brown K (2015) Translating group programmes into online formats: establishing the acceptability of a Parents’ Sex and Relationships Communication Serious Game, BMC Public Health, 15, 12-25.

Brady G  & Durell S (2015) Two people, one path: a supervisor and supervisee talk about doctoral support, Women in Higher Education, 24(12) 13-14.

Brady G, Lowe P & Olin Lauritzen S (2015) Children, health and well-being: policy debates and lived experience, Sociology of Health and Illness, 37, 2.

Brown G, Bos E, Brady G, Kneafsey M  & Glynn M (2016) An Evaluation of the Master Gardener Programme at HMP Rye Hill: A Horticultural Intervention with Substance Misusing Offenders, Prison Service Journal, 225, 45-51.

Brown K, Bull S, Christensen J, Hieftje K, Jozkowski K & Ybarra M (2015) Roundtable Discussion: Serious Games for Sexual Health, Games for Health Journal, 4 (2), 1-9.

Brown K, Newby K, Caley M, Danahay A, Kehal I (2016) Pilot evaluation of a web-based intervention targeting sexual health service access, Health Education Research, 31 (2), 273-282.

Byrne, E, Daykin, N & Coad, J (2016) Participatory Photography in Qualitative Research: A Methodological Review, Visual Methodologies, 4 (2), 1-12.

Bywaters P, Brady G, Sparks T, Bos E, Bunting L, Daniel B, Featherstone B, Morris K  & Scourfield J (2015) Exploring inequities in child welfare and child protection services: explaining the 'inverse intervention law'   Children and Youth Services Review, 57, 98-105.

Clyne W & McLachlan S (2015) A mixed-methods study of the implementation of medication adherence policy solutions: how do European countries compare? Patient Prefer Adherence, 9, 1505-15.    

Clyne W, McLachlan S, Mshelia C, Jones P, De Geest S, Todd Ruppar, Siebens K, Dobbels F & Kardas P (2016) “My patients are better than yours”: Optimistic bias about patients’ medication adherence by European healthcare professionals, Patient Preference and Adherence.

Clyne, W, Mshelia C, McLahlan S, Jones P, de Geest S, Ruppar T, Siebens K, Dobbels F b&  Kardas P (2016) A multinational cross-sectional survey of the management of patient medication adherence by European healthcare professionals, BMJ Open, 6 (2). 

Fulton E, Brown K, Kwah K & Wild, S (2016) Stop-app: Using the Behaviour Change Wheel to develop an app to increase uptake and attendance at NHS Stop Smoking Services, Healthcare, 4 (2), 31.

Gkatzidou V, Hone K, Sutcliffe L, Gibbs J, Sadiq T, Szczepura A, Sonnenberg P & Estcourt C (2015) User interface design for mobile-based sexual health interventions for young people: Design recommendations from a qualitative study on an online Chlamydia clinical care pathway, BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making, 15, 72.

Gray, A. (2016) Advanced or advancing nursing practice: what is the future direction for nursing? British Journal of Nursing, 25 (1), 8-13.

Grunfeld E, Hunter MS & Yousaf O (2016) Men’s experience of a guided self-help intervention for hot flushes associated with prostate cancer treatment, Psychology, Health and Medicine.

Hunt A, Brown E, Coad J, Staniszewska S, Hacking S, Chesworth B & Chambers L (2015) “Why does it happen like this?" Consulting with users and providers prior to an evaluation of services for children with life limiting conditions and their families, J of Child Health Care, 19 (3), 320-333.

Kellezi B, Baines D, Coupland C, Beckett K, Barnes J, Sleney J, Christie N & Kendrick D (2015) The impact of injuries on health service resource use and costs in primary and secondary care in the English NHS, J Public Health.

Lycett D, Patel R, Coufopoulos A & Turner A (2016) Protocol of Taste and See: A feasibility study of a church-based, healthy, intuitive eating programme, Religions.                           

Magee P, Evans J, Moody L & Avtankski, A (2015) The development and testing of a system for wheelchair stability measurement, Medical Engineering & Physics, 37 (11) 1061-69.

Mason W & Bywaters P Poverty, child abuse and neglect: patterns of cost and spending, Families, Relationships and Societies, 5 (1), 155-161.

Matthews H & Williamson I (2016) Caught between compassion and control: exploring the challenges associated with inpatient adolescent mental healthcare in an independent hospital, Journal of Advanced Nursing.

Matthews H, Grunfeld E & Turner A (2016) The efficacy of psychosocial interventions among women following surgical treatment for breast cancer: a systematic review and meta-analysis, Psycho-Oncology. 

McCalmont, C & Bailey, E (2016) Enhancing and developing leadership in midwifery, The Practising Midwife, 19 (2), 8-10.

McGillion M, Devereaux P & Turner A (2016) Technology Enabled remote monitoring and Self-MAnagemenT- VIsion for patient EmpoWerment following Cardiac and VasculaR surgery (THE SMArT VIEW, CoVeRed) , JMIR Res Protoc.

Moody L, Magee P, Shapcott N, Evans J, Fielden S, Heelis M, Dryer P & Stefanov D (2016) Establishing User Needs for a Stability Assessment Tool to Guide Wheelchair Prescription, Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews.

Newby K, Brown K, Bayley J, Kehal I, Caley M, Danahay A, Hunt J & Critchley G (2016) Development of an intervention to increase sexual health service uptake by young people, Health Promotion Practice.

Newby K, Parsons J, Leslie R & Inglis N (2016) Using the positive deviance approach to identify strategies associated with high uptake of flu vaccinations in GP practices, Family Practice of Neurofibromatosis Type 1: A Survey of Young People and Parents", Journal of Genetic Counseling, 1-9.

Pearce G, Parke H, Pinnock H, Epiphaniou E, Bourne C, Sheikh A, Taylor S (2015) The PRISMS taxonomy of self-management support: derivation of a novel taxonomy and initial testing of its utility, Journal of Health Services Research and Policy, 21 (2), 73-82.                                  

Pezaro S & Clyne W (2015) Achieving Consensus in the Development of an Online Intervention Designed to Effectively Support Midwives in Work-Related Psychological Distress: Protocol for a Delphi Study, JMIR Research Protocols, 4 (3).

Pezaro S & Clyne W (2016) Achieving consensus for the design and delivery of an online intervention to support midwives in work-related psychological distress: Results from a Delphi Study, JMIR Mental Health.

Pezaro S, Clyne W & Gerada C (2016) Ethical considerations in the use of online interventions to support midwives experiencing work-related distress, Nursing Ethics.                            

Pezaro S, Clyne W, Turner A, Fulton EA & Gerada C (2015) Midwives Overboard!' Inside their hearts are breaking, their makeup may be flaking but their smile still stays on, Women &Birth, 326.

Randall S, Furze G & Thunhurst C (2015) I can't walk away': understanding the complexities in embedding a new nurse role, British Journal of Community Nursing, 20 (11), 543-4, 546-50.  

Sabry N, Dawoud D, Alansary A, Hounsome N & Baines D (2015) Evaluation of a protocol‐based intervention to promote timely switching from intravenous to oral paracetamol for post‐operative pain management: an interrupted time series analysis, Journal of evaluation in clinical practice, 21(6), 1081-8.

Szczepura A, Taylor-Phillips S, Wallis MG, Jenkinson D, Adekanmbi V, Parsons H, Dunn J, Stallard N, Gates S, Kearins O, Duncan A, Hudson S & Clarke A (2016) Effect of Using the Same vs Different Order for Second Readings of Screening Mammograms on Rates of Breast Cancer Detection: A Randomized Clinical Trial, The Journal of the American Medical Association.

Szczepura A, Wild D, Khan A, Owen D, Palmer T, Muhammad T, Clark MD & Bowman C (2015) Antipsychotic prescribing in Care Homes before and after launch of a national dementia strategy: an observational study in English institutions over a 4-year period, BMJ Open.                                                                                                

Taylor-Phillips S, Wallis MG, Jenkinson D, Adekanmbi V, Parsons H, Dunn J, Stallard N, Szczepura A, Gates S, Kearins O & Clarke A (2016) Changing case order to optimise outcomes in breast cancer screening: The CO-OPS cluster randomised controlled trial, JAMA, 315(18), 1956-65.

Thomas Y & Ménage D(2016) Reclaiming compassion as a core value in occupational therapy, British Journal Of Occupational Therapy, 79 (1), 3-4.

Turner A, Realpe A, Wallace L & Kosmala-Anderson J (2015) A co-produced self-management programme improves psychosocial outcomes for people living with depression, Mental Health Review Journal, 20(4), 242-255.       

Utteley L, Whiteman B, Woods H, Harnan S, Philips S & Cree I (2016) Building the Evidence Base of Blood-Based Biomarkers for Early Detection of Cancer: A Rapid Systematic Mapping Review, EBioMedicine.

Ward G, Fielden S, Muir H, Holliday N & Urwin G (2016)  Developing the assistive technology consumer market for people aged fifty to seventy, Ageing and Society.               

Weatherburn A & Toft A (2016) Managing the Risks of Being a Victim of Severe Labour Exploitation: Findings from a Research Project Exploring the Views of Experts in the UK, Industrial Law Journal.               

Whiteman B, Turner A, Grant-Pearce C & Cooper, L (2015) Surviving cancer: pilot of a web-based self-management support programme, eHOPE, The Lancet 386.                                                                                   

Wild D, Kydd A & Szczepura A (2016) The acquisition of digital skills training in a care home setting: Part 1 - A literature review, Nursing Older People, 28(4), 26-29.

Woods P, Schumacher L, Sadhra S, Sutton A, Zarkar A, Rolf P & Grunfeld E (2016) A guided workbook intervention (WorkPlan) to support work-related goals among cancer survivors: Protocol of a feasibility randomised controlled trial, JMIR Research Protocols, 5 (2).34.