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Ruth Gillian Jepson, Alison Dawson, Louise McCabe, Corinne Greasley-Adams, Hannah Biggs, Alison Bowes,
Development of an intervention programme theory to increase movement in care homes for people with cognitive impairment: Care homes achieving realistic movement strategies (CHARMS), Evaluation and Program Planning, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.evalprogplan.2023.102348
(2023) Interactions Between Health Professionals and Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Patients in Healthcare Settings: A Systematic Review, Journal of Homosexuality, 70:2, 250-276,
Noba, L., Rodgers, S., Doi, L. et al. Costs and clinical benefits of enhanced recovery after surgery (ERAS) in pancreaticoduodenectomy: an updated systematic review and meta-analysis. J Cancer Res Clin Oncol (2023). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00432-022-04508-x
S De Silva (2022) “Validity and Reliability assessment of SCARED Child version- among children aged 13-15 years of Sri Lanka” – Paper
Morrison K, Hughes T, Doi L. Understanding the use of telehealth in the context of the Family Nurse Partnership and other early years home visiting programmes: A rapid review. Digit Health. 2022 Nov 14;8:20552076221123711. doi: 10.1177/20552076221123711. PMID: 36406154; PMCID: PMC9666867.
Hunter, R.F. et al. (2022) “Investigating the impact of a 20 miles per hour speed limit intervention on road traffic collisions, casualties, speed and volume in Belfast, UK: 3 year follow-up outcomes of a natural experiment,” Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health [Preprint]. – Paper
Carroll-Monteill E (2022) Is Climate Change a Laughing Matter? – Paper
Ishfaq S, Anjum A, Kouser S, Nightingale G, Jepson R (2022) The relationship between women’s empowerment and household food and nutrition security in Pakistan. – Paper
Martin del Valle, Kirsten Shields, Ana Sofía Alvarado Vázquez Mellado and Sofía Boza. Food governance for better access to sustainable diet: Front. Sustain. Food Syst 2022 – Paper
Sidra Ishfaq, Abedullah, Shahzad Kouser and Ruth Jepson. Impact of women’s empowerment on household vulnerability to food insecurity within the rural economy of Pakistan – Paper
Milton, K., Turner, K., Baker, G., Cleland, C. L., Foster, C., Hunter, R. F., Jepson, R., Kee, F., Kelly, P., & Kelly, M. P. (2022). The processes of transport and public health policy change: 20mph speed limits in Edinburgh and Belfast. Case Studies on Transport Policy. – Paper
Nightingale, G., & Laxton, M. (2022, Jun 24). Spatial modelling of disease transmission for informing restriction and control measures. – Paper
Carrillo-Balam, G., Doi, L., Marryat, L. et al. Validity of Scottish predictors of child obesity (age 12) for risk screening in mid-childhood: a secondary analysis of prospective cohort study data—with sensitivity analyses for settings without various routinely collected predictor variables. Int J Obes (2022). – Paper
Morton, S., Fitzsimons, C., Jepson, R., Saunders, D. H., Sivaramakrishnan, D., & Niven, A. (2022, May 27). What works to reduce sedentary behaviour in the office, and could these intervention components transfer to the home working environment?: A rapid review. – Paper
Niven A, Baker G, Coral-Almeida E, et al. “Are We Working (Too) Comfortably?”: Understanding The Nature Of And Factors Associated With Sedentary Behaviour When Working In The Home Environment. Research Square; 2022 – Paper
Williams AJ, Manner J, Nightingale G, Turner K, Kelly P, Baker G, et al. Public attitudes to, and perceived impacts of 20mph (32 km/h) speed limits in Edinburgh: An exploratory study using the Speed Limits Perceptions Survey (SLiPS). Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour. 2022 – Paper
Jepson R, Williams AJ, Doi L, Buelo A. Developing Public Health Interventions: A Step-by-Step Guide. SAGE; 2022. – Paper
Strommer S.T., Sivaramakrishnan D., Shaw S.C., et al Young people’s experiences of COVID-19 messaging at the start of the UK lockdown: lessons for positive engagement and information sharing. BMC Public Health 2022 – Paper
Tirman L, Biggs H, Morrison K, Manner J, Sivaramakrishnan D, Baker G, et al. Stand Up for Health: Programme theory for an intervention to reduce sedentary behaviour in contact centres. Evaluation and Program Planning. 2021;89:102002. – Paper
Semwal T, Milton K, Jepson R, Kelly MP. Tweeting about twenty: an analysis of interest, public sentiments and opinion about 20mph speed restrictions in two UK cities. BMC Public Health. 2021;21(1):2016. – Paper
Robertson T, Jepson R, Lambe K, Olsen JR, Thornton LE. Socioeconomic patterning of food and drink advertising at public transport stops in Edinburgh, UK. Public health nutrition. 2021:1-21. – Paper
Pringle J, Jepson R, Dawson A, McCabe L, Bowes A. How does physical activity benefit people living with dementia? A systematic review to identify the potential mechanisms of action. Quality in Ageing and Older Adults. 2021. – Paper
Popov V, Nightingale G, Williams AJ, Kelly P, Jepson R, Milton K, et al. Trend shifts in road traffic collisions: an application of Hidden Markov Models and Generalised Additive Models to assess the impact of the 20 mph speed limit policy in Edinburgh. Environ Plan B Urban Anal City Sci. 2021:2399808320985524. – Paper
Nightingale GF, Williams AJ, Hunter RF, Woodcock J, Turner K, Cleland CL, et al. Evaluating the citywide Edinburgh 20mph speed limit intervention effects on traffic speed and volume: A pre-post observational evaluation. PLoS One. – Paper
Nightingale G, Laxton M, Illian JB (2021) How does the community COVID-19 level of risk impact on that of a care home? – Paper
Milton K, Kelly MP, Baker G, Cleland C, Cope A, Craig N, et al. Use of natural experimental studies to evaluate 20mph speed limits in two major UK cities. Journal of Transport & Health. – Paper
McNeill SG, McAteer J, Jepson R. Interactions between Health Professionals and Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Patients in Healthcare Settings: A Systematic Review. J Homosex. 2021:1-27. – Paper
Government S. Universal Health Visiting Pathway evaluation – phase 1: main report – primary research with health visitors and parents and case note review. 2021. – Paper
Geary RS, Wheeler B, Lovell R, Jepson R, Hunter R, Rodgers S. A call to action: Improving urban green spaces to reduce health inequalities exacerbated by COVID-19. Prev Med. 2021;145:106425. – Paper
Franzen S, van den Berg E, Papma JM, Bekkhus-Wetterberg P, Calia C, Canevelli M, et al. Cross-cultural neuropsychological assessment in Europe: Position statement of the European Consortium on Cross-Cultural Neuropsychology (ECCroN). The Clinical neuropsychologist. 2021:1-12. – Paper
CrowdSpot. XLa. YourGround Victoria. Melbourne: Monash University XYX Lab.2021.
Cleland CL, Ferguson S, Kee F, Kelly P, Williams AJ, Nightingale G, et al. Adaptation and testing of a microscale audit tool to assess liveability using google street view: MAPS-liveability. Journal of Transport & Health. 2021;22:101226. – Paper
Cleland CL, Baker G, Turner K, Jepson R, Kee F, Milton K, et al. A qualitative exploration of the mechanisms, pathways and public health outcomes of a city centre 20mph speed limit intervention: The case of Belfast, United Kingdom. Health Place. 2021;70:102627. – Paper
Bowes A, Dawson A, Greasley-Adams C, Jepson R, McCabe L. Care home residents on the move: the significance of cultural context for physical activity. Ageing & Society. 2021:1-22. – Paper
Parker RA, Manner J, Sivaramakrishnan D, Baker G, Stoddart A, Lloyd S, et al. Design, rationale and analysis plan for the Stand Up for Health trial in contact centres: a stepped wedge feasibility study. Pilot Feasibility Stud. 2020;6:139. – Paper
Opitz MC, Newman E, Alvarado Vázquez Mellado AS, Robertson MDA, Sharpe H. The psychometric properties of Orthorexia Nervosa assessment scales: A systematic review and reliability generalization. Appetite. 2020;155:104797. – Paper
Nightingale G, Williams AJ, Woodcock J, Kelly P, Kokka K, Abbas A, et al. OP90 An evaluation of the impact of the 20mph speed limits in the City of Edinburgh on road traffic casualty and collision rates. BMJ Publishing Group Ltd; 2020. – Paper
Lehman E, Jepson R, McAteer J, Archibald D. What motivates volunteers to engage in health-related citizen science initiatives? A case study of our outdoors. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 2020;17(19):6950. – Paper
Laird Y, Manner J, Baldwin L, Hunter R, McAteer J, Rodgers S, et al. Stakeholders’ experiences of the public health research process: time to change the system? Health research policy and systems. 2020;18(1):1-10. – Paper
Kelly M, Cleland C, McComb K, Kee F, Jepson R, Milton K, et al. Effects of 20 mph interventions on a range of public health outcomes using the meta-narrative method. 2020. – Paper
Doi L, Williams AJ, Marryat L, Frank J. Cohort study of high maternal body mass index and the risk of adverse pregnancy and delivery outcomes in Scotland. BMJ Open. 2020;10(2):026168. – Paper
Doi L, Morrison K, Jepson R, Astbury R, Eunson J, Ormston R, et al. Study protocol: A mixed-methods realist evaluation of the Universal Health Visiting Pathway in Scotland. BMJ Open. 2020;10(12):e042305. – Paper
Cleland C, Ferguson S, Kee F, Jepson R, Hunter R, editors. Measuring liveability and activity-friendly communities: adaption and reliability testing of MAPS-Liveability. Active Living Conference; 2020. – Paper
Buelo A, Kirk A, Jepson R. A novel research method for workshops and co-production of interventions: using a secret Facebook group. Pilot and Feasibility Studies. 2020;6(1):1-12. – Paper
Buelo A, Kirk A, Jepson R. A novel research method for workshops and co-production of knowledge: using a secret Facebook group. 2020. – Paper
Alwan NA, Bhopal R, Burgess RA, Colburn T, Cuevas LE, Smith GD, et al. Evidence informing the UK’s COVID-19 public health response must be transparent. The Lancet. 2020;395(10229):1036-7. – Paper
Claire L. Cleland, Katy McComb, Frank Kee, Ruth Jepson, Michael P. Kelly, Karen Milton, Glenna Nightingale, Paul Kelly, Graham Baker, Neil Craig, Andrew James Williams, Ruth F. Hunter (2020). Effects of 20 mph interventions on a range of public health outcomes using the meta-narrative method. Journal of Transport and Health – Paper
Wilson P, Sim F, Thompson L, Marryat L, Law J. Preschool developmental concerns and adjustment in the early school years: Evidence from a Scottish birth cohort. Child: care, health and development. 2019;45(5):719-36. – Paper
Watermeyer T, Calia C. Neuropsychological assessment in preclinical and prodromal Alzheimer disease: a global perspective. Journal of Global Health. 2019;9(1):010317. – Paper
Sim F, Thompson L, Wilson P, Marryat L, Ramparsad N. Predictive validity of preschool screening tools for language and behavioural difficulties: A PRISMA systematic review. PLoS ONE. 2019;14(2):e0211409. – Paper
Sher J, Frank JW, Doi L, de Caestecker L. Failures in reproductive health policy: overcoming the consequences and causes of inaction. Journal of public health (Oxford, England). 2019;41(2):e209-e15. – Paper
Scholin L, Rhynas S, Holloway A, Jepson R. Rapid Evidence Review: Dual diagnosis, double stigma: a rapid review of experiences of living with alcohol-related brain damage. 2019. – Paper
Pringle J, McAteer J, Whitehead R, Scott E, Milne D, Jepson R. Developing a taxonomy to characterise trusted adult support in the lives of adolescents. Journal of adolescence. 2019;76:30-6. – Paper
Parra MA, Della Sala S, Calia C, Garcia AF, Olazaran-Rodriguez J, Hernandez-Tamames JA, et al. Refining memory assessment of elderly people with cognitive impairment: Insights from the short-term memory binding test. Archives of Gerontology and Geriatrics. 2019;83:114-20. – Paper
McAteer J, Di Ruggiero E, Fraser A, Frank JW. Bridging the academic and practice/policy gap in public health: perspectives from Scotland and Canada. Journal of public health (Oxford, England). 2019;41(3):632-7. – Paper
Marryat L, Frank J. Factors associated with adverse childhood experiences in Scottish children: a prospective cohort study. BMJ paediatrics open. 2019;3(1):e000340. – Paper
Malden S, Jepson R, Laird Y, McAteer J. A theory based evaluation of an intervention to promote positive health behaviors and reduce social isolation in people experiencing homelessness. Journal of social distress and the homeless. 2019;28(2):158-68.
Laird Y, Myers F, Reid G, McAteer J. Tobacco Control Policy in Scotland: A Qualitative Study of Expert Views on Successes, Challenges and Future Actions. International journal of environmental research and public health. 2019;16(15).
Inglis G, McAteer J, Biggs H, McHardy F, Sosu E. Health inequality implications from a qualitative study of experiences of poverty stigma in Scotland. Social Science and Medicine. 2019;232:43-9.
Hartley JE, McAteer J, Doi L, Jepson R. CARE: The development of an intervention for kinship carers with teenage children. Qualitative Social Work. 2019;18(6):926-43.
France EF, Uny I, Ring N, Turley RL, Maxwell M, Duncan EA, et al. A methodological systematic review of meta-ethnography conduct to articulate the complex analytical phases. BMC medical research methodology. 2019;19(1):1-18.
France EF, Cunningham M, Ring N, Uny I, Duncan EA, Jepson RG, et al. Improving reporting of meta-ethnography: the eMERGe reporting guidance. BMC medical research methodology. 2019;19(1):1-13.
Doi L, Malden S. The daily mile: Teachers’ perspectives of the barriers and facilitators to the delivery of a school-based physical activity intervention. BMJ Open. 2019;9(3):e027169.
Cunningham M, France EF, Ring N, Uny I, Duncan EA, Roberts RJ, et al. Developing a reporting guideline to improve meta-ethnography in health research: the eMERGe mixed-methods. Health Services and Delivery Research (HS&DR). 2019;7(4).
Cunningham M, France EF, Ring N, Uny I, Duncan EA, Roberts RJ, et al. Stage 2: defining good practice principles and standards. Developing a reporting guideline to improve meta-ethnography in health research: the eMERGe mixed-methods study: NIHR Journals Library; 2019.
Cunningham M, France EF, Ring N, Uny I, Duncan EA, Roberts RJ, et al. Stage 3: developing a consensus on the key standards for meta-ethnography reporting. Developing a reporting guideline to improve meta-ethnography in health research: the eMERGe mixed-methods study: NIHR Journals Library; 2019.
Cunningham M, France EF, Ring N, Uny I, Duncan EA, Roberts RJ, et al. Guidance development process. Developing a reporting guideline to improve meta-ethnography in health research: the eMERGe mixed-methods study: NIHR Journals Library; 2019.
Cunningham M, France EF, Ring N, Uny I, Duncan EA, Roberts RJ, et al. Stage 1: methodological review. Developing a reporting guideline to improve meta-ethnography in health research: the eMERGe mixed-methods study. 2019.
Campbell H, Rudan I, Chan KY, Adeloye D, Asante KP, Nyame S, et al. Tackling dementia globally: the Global Dementia Prevention Program (GloDePP) collaboration. Journal of global health. 2019;9(2):020103.
Buelo A, Kirk A, Lindsay R, Jepson R. Exploring the effectiveness of physical activity interventions in women with previous gestational diabetes: a systematic review of quantitative and qualitative studies. Preventive medicine reports. 2019;14:100877.
Britten N, France E, Cunningham M, Ring N, Uny I, Duncan E, et al. Improving reporting of Meta-Ethnography: The eMERGe Reporting Guidance. 2019.
Blair A, Marryat L, Frank J. How community resources mitigate the association between household poverty and the incidence of adverse childhood experiences. International journal of public health. 2019;64(7):1059-68.
Wright CM, McColl J, Marryat L, Harjunmaa U, Cole TJ. Pathways into and out of overweight and obesity from infancy to mid-childhood. Pediatric Obesity. 2018;13(10):621-7.
Williams AJ, Henley W, Frank J. Impact of abolishing prescription fees in Scotland on hospital admissions and prescribed medicines: An interrupted time series evaluation. BMJ Open. 2018;8(12):021318.
Turner K, Schiphorst C, Murray A, Scott H, Archibald D, Griffin SA, et al. Infographic. Golf spectating and health. British journal of sports medicine. 2018;52(6):415-6.
Turner K, Baker G, Hunter R, Jepson R, editors. Barriers and facilitators to the implementation of 20mph speed limit schemes: A qualitative exploration. JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY & HEALTH; 2018: HUMAN KINETICS PUBL INC 1607 N MARKET ST, PO BOX 5076, CHAMPAIGN, IL 61820 ….
Tirman L, Biggs H, Jepson R, editors. Stand Up for Health: Using 6 SQuID to develop a sedentary behaviour intervention in call centres. JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY & HEALTH; 2018: HUMAN KINETICS PUBL INC 1607 N MARKET ST, PO BOX 5076, CHAMPAIGN, IL 61820 ….
Robertson J, Macvean A, Fawkner S, Baker G, Jepson RG. Savouring our mistakes: Learning from the FitQuest project. International journal of child-computer interaction. 2018;16:55-67.
Pringle J, McAteer J, Whitehead R, Milne D, Scott E. The relationship between a trusted adult and adolescent outcomes: A protocol of a scoping review. Systematic Reviews. 2018;7(1):207.
Pringle J, Doi L, Jindal-Snape D, Jepson R, McAteer J. Adolescents and health-related behaviour: using a framework to develop interventions to support positive behaviours. Pilot and feasibility studies. 2018;4(1):1-10.
Pringle J, Doi L, Jepson R, McAteer J. Developing an evidence and theory based intervention that seeks to promote positive adolescent health and education outcomes. The Lancet. 2018;392:S73.
Parra MA, Calia C, Hoefeijzers S, Lim M, Sobieraj N, Aylett R, et al. UNVEILING THE COGNITIVE UNDERPINNINGS OF INSTRUMENTAL ACTIVITIES OF DAILY LIVING ACROSS AGE. Alzheimer’s and Dementia. 2018;14(7 Supplement):P1301.
Ordonez-Betancourth J, Jepson R, Bhopal R, editors. How have authors from five ethnically diverse countries included and supported ethnicity and race in childhood obesity research? EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH; 2018: OXFORD UNIV PRESS GREAT CLARENDON ST, OXFORD OX2 6DP, ENGLAND.
Ordoñez-Betancourth J, Jepson R, Bhopal R. 5.4-O3 How have authors from five ethnically diverse countries included and supported ethnicity and race in childhood obesity research? The European Journal of Public Health. 2018;28(suppl_1):cky047. 179.
Ordonez-Betancourth J, Gonzalez-Casanova I, Sarmiento O, Marryat L, Jepson R, Bhopal R, editors. Ethnicity and childhood obesity in Colombia: examining the potential mediation of socioeconomic status, food security and maternal obesity. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH; 2018: OXFORD UNIV PRESS GREAT CLARENDON ST, OXFORD OX2 6DP, ENGLAND.
Ordóñez-Betancourth J, Gonzalez-Casanova I, Sarmiento O, Marryat L, Jepson R, Bhopal R. 7.1-O4 Ethnicity and childhood obesity in Colombia: examining the potential mediation of socioeconomic status, food security and maternal obesity. The European Journal of Public Health. 2018;28(suppl_1):cky047. 234.
Naven L, Inglis G, Harris R, Fergie G, Teal G, Phipps R, et al. Right Here Right Now (RHRN) pilot study: testing a method of near-real-time data collection on the social determinants of health. Evidence & policy : a journal of research, debate and practice. 2018;14(2):301-21.
Murray A, Archibald D, Murray I, Hawkes R, Foster C, Barker K, et al. 2018 International Consensus Statement on Golf and Health to guide action by people, policymakers and the golf industry. Br J Sports Med. 2018;52(22):1426-14361.
Martin A, Booth JN, Laird Y, Sproule J, Reilly JJ, Saunders DH. Physical activity, diet and other behavioural interventions for improving cognition and school achievement in children and adolescents with obesity or overweight. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews. 2018;2018(3):CD009728.
Marryat L, Minnis H, Thompson L, Wilson P. Primary schools and the amplification of social differences in child mental health: a population-based cohort study. Journal of epidemiology and community health. 2018;72(1):27-33.
Malden S, Jepson R, Laird Y, McAteer J, editors. An evaluation of a physical activity and peer-support intervention for people experiencing homelessness: Street Fit Scotland. JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY & HEALTH; 2018: HUMAN KINETICS PUBL INC 1607 N MARKET ST, PO BOX 5076, CHAMPAIGN, IL 61820 ….
Macintyre AK, Marryat L, Chambers S. Exposure to liquid sweetness in early childhood: artificially-sweetened and sugar-sweetened beverage consumption at 4-5 years and risk of overweight and obesity at 7-8 years. Pediatric Obesity. 2018;13(12):755-65.
Laird Y, Fawkner S, Niven A. A grounded theory of how social support influences physical activity in adolescent girls. Int J Qual Stud Health Well-being. 2018;13(1):1435099.
Kelly P, Nightingale G, Williams A, Hunter R, Jepson R, Porter N, et al. What are the preliminary findings on the impact of city-wide 20mph/30kph legislation in Edinburgh and Belfast? 2018.
Inglis G, Obonsawin MC, Hunter SC. Cognitive Appraisals Mediate Affective Reactivity in Affiliative Extraversion. Frontiers in psychology. 2018;9:782.
Inglis G, Doi L, Laird Y, Malden S, Marryat L, McAteer J, et al. Credibility of subgroup analyses by socioeconomic status in public health intervention evaluations: An underappreciated problem? SSM – Population Health. 2018;6:245-51.
Fuentes Pacheco A, Carrillo Balam G, Archibald D, Grant E, Skafida V. Exploring the relationship between local food environments and obesity in UK, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand: A systematic review protocol. BMJ Open. 2018;8(2):e018701.
Evans JM, Connelly J, Jepson R, Gray C, Shepherd A, Mackison D. A physical activity intervention in a bingo club: Significance of the setting. Health Education Journal. 2018;77(3):377-84.
Edwards ME, Jepson RG, McInnes RJ. Breastfeeding initiation: An in-depth qualitative analysis of the perspectives of women and midwives using Social Cognitive Theory. Midwifery. 2018;57:8-17.
Douglas M, Higgins M, Austin H, Armour G, Jepson R, Thomson H, et al. Health and Transport: A Guide. Scottish Health and Inequalities Impact Assessment Network. 2018.
Doi L, Wason D, Malden S, Jepson R. Supporting the health and well-being of school-aged children through a school nurse programme: a realist evaluation. BMC health services research. 2018;18.
Doi L, Malden S, Jepson R, Wason D. Supporting the health and well-being of school-aged children through a school nurse programme: a realist evaluation. BMC health services research. 2018;18(1):664.
Conklin AI, Heymann J, Ponce NA, Crespi CM, Frank J, Nandi A. Economic policy and the double burden of malnutrition: cross-national longitudinal analysis of minimum wage and women’s underweight and obesity. Public health nutrition. 2018;21(5):940-7.
Buelo A, Jepson R, Kirk A, editors. Exploring effective physical activity interventions in women with previous gestational diabetes. JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY & HEALTH; 2018: HUMAN KINETICS PUBL INC 1607 N MARKET ST, PO BOX 5076, CHAMPAIGN, IL 61820 ….
Brown J, Macdonald EB, Katikireddi SV, Leyland AH, McQuaid RW, Frank J. Age, health and other factors associated with return to work for those engaging with a welfare-to-work initiative: A cohort study of administrative data from the UK’s Work Programme. BMJ Open. 2018;8(10):e024938.
Blair A, Siddiqi A, Frank J. Canadian report card on health equity across the life-course: Analysis of time trends and cross-national comparisons with the United Kingdom. SSM – Population Health. 2018;6:158-68.
Allison M, Jepson R, Niven A, editors. How do workplace step counting challenges generate their outcomes, for whom and in what contexts? A case study of building a realist programme theory. JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY & HEALTH; 2018: HUMAN KINETICS PUBL INC 1607 N MARKET ST, PO BOX 5076, CHAMPAIGN, IL 61820 ….
Wennerholm C, Nilsson S, Faresjo T, Bromley C, Johansson A, Frank J. Two tales of cardiovascular risks – Middle-aged women living in Sweden and Scotland: A cross-sectional comparative study. BMJ Open. 2017;7(8):e016527.
Wennerholm C, Bromley C, Johansson A, Nilsson S, Frank J, Faresjö T. Two tales of cardiovascular risks. BMJ Open. 2017;7(8):e016527.
Stead M, Parkes T, Nicoll A, Wilson S, Burgess C, Eadie D, et al. Delivery of alcohol brief interventions in community-based youth work settings: exploring feasibility and acceptability in a qualitative study. BMC Public Health. 2017;17(1):357.
Shearer HM, Cote P, Boyle E, Hayden JA, Frank J, Johnson WG. Who will have Sustainable Employment After a Back Injury? The Development of a Clinical Prediction Model in a Cohort of Injured Workers. Journal of occupational rehabilitation. 2017;27(3):445-55.
Ryde GC, Gorely T, Jepson R, Gray C, Shepherd A, Mackison D, et al. How active are women who play bingo: a cross-sectional study from the Well! Bingo project. BMC women’s health. 2017;17(1):1-8.
Robertson T, Lambe K, Thornton L, Jepson R. OP57 Socioeconomic patterning of food and drink advertising at public transport stops in the city of edinburgh, UK. BMJ Publishing Group Ltd; 2017.
Robertson T, Beveridge G, Bromley C. Allostatic load as a predictor of all-cause and cause-specific mortality in the general population: Evidence from the Scottish Health Survey. PLoS ONE. 2017;12(8):e0183297.
Robertson C, Avenell A, Stewart F, Douglas F, Boyers D, Archibald D, et al. Clinical Effectiveness of Weight Loss and Weight Maintenance Interventions for Men: A Systematic Review of Men-Only Randomized Controlled Trials (The ROMEO Project). American journal of men’s health. 2017;11(4):1096-123.
Rankin D, Harden J, Jepson R, Lawton J. Children’s experiences of managing Type 1 diabetes in everyday life: a thematic synthesis of qualitative studies. Diabetic Medicine. 2017;34(8):1050-60.
Pringle J, Mills KL, McAteer J, Jepson R, Hogg E, Anand N, et al. The physiology of adolescent sexual behaviour: A systematic review. Cogent social sciences. 2017;3(1):1368858.
Pringle J, Doi L, McAteer J, Scobie G, Arnot J, Scott E, et al. Impact of early learning and child care on the parents of children pre-school children: Results of a rapid systematic review. The Lancet. 2017;390(SPEC.ISS 1):S72.
Murray AD, Daines L, Archibald D, Hawkes RA, Schiphorst C, Kelly P, et al. Infographic. Golf and health. British journal of sports medicine. 2017;51(1):20-1.
Murray A, Daines L, Archibald D, Hawkes R, Schiphorst C, Kelly P, et al. The relationships between golf and health: a scoping review. Br J Sports Med. 2017;51(1):12-9.
McAteer J, Mills K, Pringle J, Jepson R, Hogg E, Anand N, et al. Adolescent physiological development and its relationship with health-related behaviour: findings from a systematic review. Final report for the Scottish Collaboration for Public Health Research and Policy and NHS Health Scotland Edinburgh: NHS Health Scotland. 2017.
Marryat L, Thompson L, Wilson P. No evidence of whole population mental health impact of the Triple P parenting programme: Findings from a routine dataset. BMC Pediatrics. 2017;17(1):40.
Marryat L, Thompson L, Minnis H, Wilson P. Primary schools and the amplification of social differences in child mental health: a population-based cohort study. J Epidemiol Community Health. 2017.
MacDonald NE, Bortolussi R, Kabakyenga J, Frank J. Beyond implementation research for improving maternal, newborn and child health globally. CMAJ. 2017;189(20):E729.
Lambe K, Thornton L, Jepson R, Robertson T. Socioeconomic patterning of food and drink advertising at transport stops in Edinburgh, UKTony Robertson. European Journal of Public Health. 2017;27(suppl_3).
Jepson R, Malden S, Wason D. A Realist Evaluation of the Refocused School Nurse Programme within Early Adopter Sites in Scotland. 2017.
Jepson R, Clegg A, Forbes C, Lewis R, Sowden A, Kleijnen J. The determinants of screening uptake and interventions for increasing uptake: a systematic. 2017.
Goodfellow A, Frank J, McAteer J, Rankin J. Improving preconception health and care: a situation analysis. BMC health services research. 2017;17(1):595.
Doi L, Wason D, Malden S, Jepson RG. A Realist Evaluation of the Refocused School Nurse Programme within Early Adopter Sites in Scotland. 2017.
Doi L, Jepson R, Hardie S. Realist evaluation of an enhanced health visiting programme. PloS one. 2017;12(7):e0180569.
Best C, Haw S, Haseen F, Currie D, Ozakinci G, MacKintosh AM, et al. Relationship between trying an electronic cigarette and subsequent cigarette experimentation in Scottish adolescents: a cohort study. Tobacco control. 2017.
Belford M, Robertson T, Jepson R. Using evaluability assessment to assess local community development health programmes: a Scottish case-study. BMC Med Res Methodol. 2017;17(1):70.
Watson R, Morris J, Isitt J, Barrio P, Ortega L, Gual A, et al., editors. Proceedings of the 13th annual conference of INEBRIA. Addiction Science & Clinical Practice; 2016: BioMed Central.
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Lee AS, McInnes RJ, Hughes AR, Guthrie W, Jepson R. The effect of the more active mums in stirling trial on body composition and psychological well-being among postnatal women. Journal of pregnancy. 2016;2016.
Lawrence M, Pringle J, Kerr S, Booth J. Stroke survivors’ and family members’ perspectives of multimodal lifestyle interventions for secondary prevention of stroke and transient ischemic attack: a qualitative review and meta-aggregation. Disabil Rehabil. 2016;38(1):11-21.
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France E, Ring N, Jepson R, editors. Developing a Meta-Ethnography Reporting Guideline for Research (eMERGE). INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF QUALITATIVE METHODS; 2016: SAGE PUBLICATIONS INC 2455 TELLER RD, THOUSAND OAKS, CA 91320 USA.
Evans JM, Ryde G, Jepson R, Gray C, Shepherd A, Mackison D, et al. Accessing and engaging women from socio-economically disadvantaged areas: a participatory approach to the design of a public health intervention for delivery in a Bingo club. BMC public health. 2016;16(1):1-9.
Evans J, Connelly J, Jepson R, Gray C, Shepherd A, Mackison D. OP37 A feasibility study of a physical activity intervention designed by and for women aged> 55 years in a Bingo club. BMJ Publishing Group Ltd; 2016.
Donnelly PD, Calzavara A, Rosella LC, Frank JW, Fitzpatrick T, Henry D. Narrowing mortality gap between men and women over two decades: A registry-based study in Ontario, Canada. BMJ Open. 2016;6(11):e012564.
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Doi L, Frank J, Williams AJ. How has child growth around adiposity rebound altered in Scotland since 1990 and what are the risk factors for weight gain using the Growing Up in Scotland birth cohort 1? BMC public health. 2016;16(1):1081.
Doi L, Cheyne H, Jepson R. Midwives’ perceptions and attitudes to prenatal alcohol consumption and the influences on screening and brief interventions. Addiction Science and Clinical Practice. 2016;11(1):A50.
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Archibald D, Jepson R, Rennie A, Graham D, editors. A Qualitative Evaluation of a Pilot Green Exercise Volunteering Program for Older Adults Living in a Socio-Economically Disadvantaged Area of Glasgow, Scotland. JOURNAL OF AGING AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY; 2016: HUMAN KINETICS PUBL INC 1607 N MARKET ST, PO BOX 5076, CHAMPAIGN, IL 61820 ….
Aitken M, de St Jorre J, Pagliari C, Jepson R, Cunningham-Burley S. Public responses to the sharing and linkage of health data for research purposes: a systematic review and thematic synthesis of qualitative studies. BMC Med Ethics. 2016;17(1):73.
Wyatt KM, Logan S, Williams AJ, Williams CA, Henley WE. Exploring the potential of a school impact on pupil weight status: exploratory factor analysis and repeat cross-sectional study of the national child measurement programme. PLoS ONE. 2015;10(12):e0145128.
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Robertson T, Benzeval M, Whitley E, Popham F. The role of material, psychosocial and behavioral factors in mediating the association between socioeconomic position and allostatic load (measured by cardiovascular, metabolic and inflammatory markers). Brain, Behavior, and Immunity. 2015;45:41-9.
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Quiroz-Aitken M, Jepson R, Williams A. How do we encourage more active travel in Edinburgh & the Lothians: A workshop report. 2015.
Ordoñez-Betancourth J, Bhopal R, Jepson R. PP58 The challenge of international studies in ethnicity and childhood obesity research: a case study using Colombia, Canada, Brazil, Mexico and the United Kingdom. BMJ Publishing Group Ltd; 2015.
Murchie P, Raja EA, Lee AJ, Brewster DH, Campbell NC, Gray NM, et al. Effect of longer health service provider delays on stage at diagnosis and mortality in symptomatic breast cancer. Breast. 2015;24(3):248-55.
Mooney JD, Jepson R, Frank J, Geddes R. Obesity Prevention in Scotland: A Policy Analysis Using the ANGELO Framework. Obes Facts. 2015;8(4):273-81.
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Koshoedo SA, Paul-Ebhohimhen VA, Jepson RG, Watson MC. Understanding the complex interplay of barriers to physical activity amongst black and minority ethnic groups in the United Kingdom: a qualitative synthesis using meta-ethnography. BMC Public Health. 2015;15:643.
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Doi L, Jepson R, Cheyne H. A realist evaluation of an antenatal programme to change drinking behaviour of pregnant women. Midwifery. 2015;31(10):965-72.
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Brown J, Macdonald EB, Mackay D, Demou E, Craig J, Frank J. The EASY (Early Access to Support for You) sickness absence service: A four-year evaluation of the impact on absenteeism. Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment and Health. 2015;41(2):204-15.
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Smith A, Gray A, Atherton I, Pirie E, Jepson R. Does time matter? An investigation of knowledge and attitudes following blood transfusion training. Nurse education in practice. 2014;14(2):176-82.
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Jepson R, Estrade M, Robertson R, Robertson T. Meta-synthesis of findings from evaluations and qualitative interviews of work involving community food and its impact on mental health and wellbeing. 2014.
Jepson R, Craig J, Williams G. Re: Cranberry Products and Prevention of Urinary Tract Infections. ELSEVIER SCIENCE INC 360 PARK AVE SOUTH, NEW YORK, NY 10010-1710 USA; 2014. p. 1300-.
Hughes AR, Gilinsky A, McInnes R, Jepson R, Guthrie W. Quantitative and Qualitative Findings from the More Active Mums In Stirling Trial. Medicine and science in sports and exercise. 2014;46(5):375-.
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Estrade M, Dick S, Crawford F, Jepson R, Ellaway A, McNeill G. A qualitative study of independent fast food vendors near secondary schools in disadvantaged Scottish neighbourhoods. BMC Public Health. 2014;14(1):1-8.
Doi L, Jepson R, Cheyne H. Alcohol brief interventions in Scottish antenatal care: A qualitative study of midwives’ attitudes and practices. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth. 2014;14(1):170.
Beaton M, Craig P, Katikireddi S, Jepson R, Williams A. Evaluability assessment of free school meals for all children in P1 to P3. Proj Rep NHS Health Scotl Edinb. 2014.
Urquia ML, Frank JW, Alazraqui M, Guevel C, Spinelli HG. Contrasting socioeconomic gradients in small for gestational age and preterm birth in Argentina, 2003-2007. International journal of public health. 2013;58(4):529-36.
Smith A, Shepherd A, Jepson R. An evaluation of the impact of sight and hearing support services: Western Isles Sensory Project. 2013.
Parkes T, Stead M, Eadie D, Nicoll A, McKell J, Bauld L, et al., editors. Alcohol brief interventions in youth and social work settings in Scotland. Addiction Science & Clinical Practice; 2013: BioMed Central.
Mooney J, Frank J, Jepson R, Geddes R. PP52 Obesity Prevention in Scotland: A Policy Analysis using the Angelo Framework. J Epidemiol Community Health. 2013;67(Suppl 1):A69-A70.
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Geddes R, Woolfson LM, McNicol S, Booth JN, Frank J. A cross-sectional pilot study of the Scottish early development instrument: a tool for addressing inequality. BMC public health. 2013;13:1187.
Frank JW, Haw S. Commentary: Persistent social inequalities in Health – Insensitive outcomes, inadequate policies, or both? Milbank Quarterly. 2013;91(1):192-200.
Frank J, Jepson R. Public health may not be ready for health system change-but neither is the system ready to integrate public health. HealthcarePapers. 2013;13(3):77-83; discussion 5.
Frank J, Jepson R. High-Risk Versus Population Prevention Strategies for NCDs: Geoffrey Rose Revisited in the Twenty-First Century. Global Handbook on Noncommunicable Diseases and Health Promotion: Springer, New York, NY; 2013. p. 3-19.
Edwards ME. Confidence in initiation of breastfeeding. 2013.
Doi L, Jepson R, Cheyne H. PP46 Screening and Alcohol Brief Intervention in Antenatal Care: A Realist Evaluation. J Epidemiol Community Health. 2013;67(Suppl 1):A67-A8.
Bowes A, Dawson A, Jepson R, McCabe L. Physical activity for people with dementia: a scoping study. BMC geriatrics. 2013;13(1):1-10.
Urquia ML, Moineddin R, Frank JW. A Mixture Model to Correct Misclassification of Gestational Age. Annals of Epidemiology. 2012;22(3):151-9.
Taylor J, Parkes T, Haw S, Jepson R. Military veterans with mental health problems: a protocol for a systematic review to identify whether they have an additional risk of contact with criminal justice systems compared with other veterans groups. Systematic Reviews. 2012;1(1):1-9.
Stone S, Fuller C, Michie S, McAteer J, Charlett A. What is the optimal period for measuring hand hygiene compliance: are longer periods better than 20-minute periods? Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology. 2012;33(11):1174-6.
Shepherd A, Jepson R, Watterson A, Evans JM. Risk perceptions of environmental hazards and human reproduction: A community-based survey. International Scholarly Research Notices. 2012;2012.
Robertson R, Robertson A, Jepson R, Maxwell M. Walking for depression or depressive symptoms: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Mental health and physical activity. 2012;5(1):66-75.
Ring N, Jepson R, Pinnock H, Wilson C, Hoskins G, Wyke S, et al. Developing novel evidence-based interventions to promote asthma action plan use: a cross-study synthesis of evidence from randomised controlled trials and qualitative studies. Trials. 2012;13(1):1-12.
Meehan L, Harris F, Jepson R. A qualitative evaluation of the bone marrow transplant/haemato-oncology late effects clinic at the Beatson, West of Scotland cancer centre: N1194. Bone Marrow Transplantation. 2012;47.
Jepson R, Harris FM, Bowes A, Robertson R, Avan G, Sheikh A. Physical activity in South Asians: an in-depth qualitative study to explore motivations and facilitators. PLoS One. 2012;7(10):e45333.
Jepson R, Harris F, Bowes A, Robertson R, Avan G. Physical Activity in South Asians: An In-Depth Qualitative Study to Explore Motivations. 2012.
Jepson R, Cheyne H, Wyke S. Screening and alcohol brief interventions in antenatal care: a realistic evaluation. 2012.
Jackson CA, Henderson M, Frank JW, Haw SJ. An overview of prevention of multiple risk behaviour in adolescence and young adulthood. Journal of Public Health. 2012;34(SUPPL. 1).
Jackson CA, Henderson M, Frank JW, Haw SJ. An overview of prevention of multiple risk behaviour in adolescence and young adulthood. J Public Health (Oxf). 2012;34 Suppl 1:i31-40.
Frost H, Geddes R, Haw S, Jackson CA, Jepson R, Mooney JD, et al. Experiences of knowledge brokering for evidence-informed public health policy and practice: three years of the Scottish Collaboration for Public Health Research and Policy. Evidence & Policy: A Journal of Research, Debate and Practice. 2012;8(3):347-59.
Frank J, Frost H, Geddes R, Haw S, Jackson C, Jepson R, et al. Experiences of knowledge brokering for evidence-informed public health, policy, and practice: 3 years of the Scottish Collaboration for Public Health Research and Policy. The Lancet. 2012;380:S39.
Frank J. Public health interventions to reduce inequalities: what do we know works? Can J Public Health. 2012;103(7 Suppl 1):eS5-7.
Wyke S, Entwistle V, France E, Hunt K, Jepson R, Thompson A, et al. Information for choice: what people need, prefer and use-Executive summary for the National Institute for Health Research Service Delivery and Organisation programme. 2011.
Wyke S, Entwistle V, France E, Hunt K, Jepson R, Thompson A, et al. Information for choice: what people need, prefer and use-Report for the National Institute for Health Research Service Delivery and Organisation programme. 2011.
Watterson A, Gray CM, Doi L, Jepson R, Tyler A, Mackison D, et al. International Literature Review to Support the Development of a Health and Environmental Sustainability Framework for Food and Drink in Scotland. 2011.
Urquia ML, Frank JW, Moineddin R, Glazier RH. Does time since immigration modify neighborhood deprivation gradients in preterm birth? A multilevel analysis. Journal of urban health : bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine. 2011;88(5):959-76.
Urquia ML, Alazraqui M, Spinelli HG, Frank JW. Reference birthweights for the Argentine population by multiplicity of birth, sex, and gestational age. Revista Panamericana de Salud Publica/Pan American Journal of Public Health. 2011;29(2):108-19.
Smith A, Jepson R, Atherton I, Gray A, Pirie E. Evaluation of the Learnbloodtransfusion education programme: Module 1 Safe Transfusion Practice. 2011.
Robertson R, Jepson R, Shepherd A, McInnes R. Recommendations by Queensland GPs to be more physically active: which patients were recommended which activities and what action they took. Australian and New Zealand journal of public health. 2011;35(6):537-42.
Ring NA, Ritchie K, Mandava L, Jepson R. A guide to synthesising qualitative research for researchers undertaking health technology assessments and systematic reviews. 2011.
Ring N, Pinnock H, Wilson C, Hoskins G, Jepson R, Wyke S, et al. Understanding what asthma plans mean: a linguistic analysis of terminology used in published texts. Primary Care Respiratory Journal. 2011;20(2):170-7.
Ring N, Jepson R, Ritchie K. Methods of synthesizing qualitative research studies for health technology assessment. International journal of technology assessment in health care. 2011;27(4):384-90.
Ring N, Jepson R, Hoskins G, Wilson C, Pinnock H, Sheikh A, et al. Understanding what helps or hinders asthma action plan use: a systematic review and synthesis of the qualitative literature. Patient education and counseling. 2011;85(2):e131-e43.
Haw SJ, Frank JW, Frost H, Geddes RV, Jackson CA, Mooney JD. Public health programme and policy options for improving health equitably. Journal of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh. 2011;41(1):3-4.
Gray S, Pirie E, Smith A, Jepson R, Atherton I, Doi L. Learnbloodtransfusion – Making a difference? Transfusion Medicine. 2011;21(SUPPL. 1):34-5.
Frank J, Haw S. Best practice guidelines for monitoring socioeconomic inequalities in health status: lessons from Scotland. Milbank Q. 2011;89(4):658-93.
Everett T, Bryant A, Griffin MF, Martin‐Hirsch PP, Forbes CA, Jepson RG. Interventions targeted at women to encourage the uptake of cervical screening. Cochrane database of systematic reviews. 2011(5).
Entwistle VA, France EF, Wyke S, Jepson R, Hunt K, Ziebland S, et al. How information about other people’s personal experiences can help with healthcare decision-making: a qualitative study. Patient education and counseling. 2011;85(3):e291-e8.
Cleland CL, McComb K, Kee F, Jepson R, Kelly M, Milton K, et al. Effects of 20 mph interventions on a range of public health outcomes using the meta‐narrative. Public Health. 2011;42(4):768-72.