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Tim Price
Professor Elaine McColl
Dr Shelina Visram
Barriers and Facilitators of Childhood Flu Vaccination: The Views of Parents in North East England2022
Dr Evelyn Palmer
Dr Anne-Marie Bourke
Dr Shelina Visram
Dr Ian Forrest
Professor Catherine Exley
et al.
Critically examining the experience of end of life care for people with interstitial lung disease: views of patients, families and healthcare professionals2022
Dr Evelyn Palmer
Dr Emily Kavanagh
Dr Shelina Visram
Dr Anne-Marie Bourke
Dr Ian Forrest
et al.
When should palliative care be introduced for people with progressive fibrotic interstitial lung disease? A meta-ethnography of the experiences of people with end-stage interstitial lung disease and their family carers2022
Dr Steph Scott
Dr Vic McGowan
Dr Shelina Visram
‘I’m Gonna Tell You about How Mrs Rona Has Affected Me’. Exploring Young People’s Experiences of the COVID-19 Pandemic in North East England: A Qualitative Diary-Based Study2021
Zoe Bell
Dr Steph Scott
Dr Shelina Visram
Professor Judith Rankin
Professor Clare Bambra
et al.
Food insecurity and the nutritional health and well-being of women and children in high-income countries: Protocol for a qualitative systematic review2021
Dr Evelyn Palmer
Dr Shelina Visram
Dr Ian Forrest
Professor Catherine Exley
Which factors influence the quality of end of life care in interstitial lung disease? A systematic review with narrative synthesis2021
Dr Shelina Visram
Nick Walton
Dr Sue Lewis
Assessing the value for money of an integrated health and wellbeing service in the UK2020
Dr Shelina Visram
Asset-based approaches in local authorities: achieving a better balance between service delivery and community building2020
Dr Shelina Visram
Emeritus Professor David Hunter
Professor Neil Perkins
Rebecca Finn
Health and Wellbeing Boards as theatres of accountability: A dramaturgical analysis2020
Emeritus Professor David Hunter
Dr Shelina Visram
Partnership or insanity: why do health partnerships do the same thing over and over again and expect a different result?2020
Dr Shelina Visram
Emeritus Professor David Hunter
Capacity for evidence-informed policymaking across Europe: development and piloting of a multistakeholder survey2018
Dr Shelina Visram
Professor David Hunter
Directors of public health as 'a protected species': qualitative study of the changing role of public health professionals in England following the 2013 reforms2018
Emeritus Professor David Hunter
Dr Shelina Visram
Effects of local authority expenditure on childhood obesity2018
Dr Shelina Visram
Sarah Smith
Natalie Connor
Examining associations between health, wellbeing and social capital: findings from a survey developed and conducted using participatory action research2018
Professor David Hunter
Dr Shelina Visram
Local authority commissioning of NHS Health Checks: A regression analysis of the first three years2018
Dr Shelina Visram
‘It is not a quick fix’ structural and contextual issues that affect implementation of integrated health and well-being services: a qualitative study from North East England2017
Dr Shelina Visram
Steve Crossley
Mandy Cheetham
Amelia Lake
Children and young people’s perceptions of energy drinks: A qualitative study2017
Sarah Smith
Dr Shelina Visram
Professor Vera Araujo-Soares
Dr Frances Hillier-Brown
Amelia Lake
et al.
Designing equitable workplace dietary interventions: perceptions of intervention deliverers2017
Dr Shelina Visram
Nick Walton
Evaluating the value for money of an integrated health and wellbeing service in County Durham, UK2017
Dr Shelina Visram
Impact and acceptability of lay health trainer-led lifestyle interventions delivered in primary care: a mixed method study2017
Professor David Hunter
Dr Shelina Visram
Better evidence for smarter policy making2016
Dr Shelina Visram
Dr Debbie Riby
Dr Amelia Lake
Consumption of energy drinks by children and young people: a rapid review examining evidence of physical effects and consumer attitudes2016
Dr Shelina Visram
Professor David Hunter
Developing a survey to establish a baseline of country capacity for evidence-informed policy-making2016
Dr Shelina Visram
Energy drinks: what's the evidence?2016
Dr Shelina Visram
Examining links between health, wellbeing and social isolation: findings from a survey conducted using community-based participatory research2016
Dr Shelina Visram
Interim evaluation of an integrated approach to improving health and wellbeing in County Durham, UK2016
Dr Shelina Visram
Mechanisms of change of a novel weight loss programme provided by a third sector organisation: A qualitative interview study2016
Dr Shelina Visram
Dr Debbie Riby
A qualitative study to explore the use of energy drinks by children and young people in England2015
Dr Shelina Visram
Dr Debbie Riby
A systematic review of the effects associated with children and young people's use of energy drinks2015
Dr Shelina Visram
Dr Susan Carr
Can lay health trainers increase uptake of NHS Health Checks in hard-to-reach populations? A mixed-method pilot evaluation2015
Dr Shelina Visram
Dr Debbie Riby
Consumption of commercial energy drinks by children and adolescents: a systematic review of consumer attitudes and associations with health, behavioural, educational and social outcomes2015
Dr Shelina Visram
Correspondence2015
Dr Shelina Visram
Energy drinks: hype or hyper? a qualitative exploratory study involving children, parents and staff from schools in North East England2015
Dr Shelina Visram
Exploring conceptualizations of knowledge translation, transfer and exchange across public health in one UK region: A qualitative mapping study2014
Dr Shelina Visram
Professor Martin White
Making and Maintaining Lifestyle Changes with the Support of a Lay Health Advisor: Longitudinal Qualitative Study of Health Trainer Services in Northern England2014
Dr Shelina Visram
A lifestyle change, not a forever diet: one service user’s experience of accessing a local health trainer service2013
Dr Shelina Visram
Building an evidence base for health trainers2013
Dr Shelina Visram
Professor Martin White
A Qualitative Longitudinal Approach to Exploring Service User Experiences of Lay-Led Heath Improvement Interventions2011
Monique Lhussier
Dr Katherine Deane
Dr Mark Pennington
Dr Shelina Visram
Professor Martin White
et al.
An evidence synthesis of qualitative and quantitative research on component intervention techniques, effectiveness, cost-effectiveness, equity and acceptability of different versions of health-related lifestyle advisor role in improving health2011
Dr Shelina Visram
Professor Martin White
Short and medium term effects of a community-based intervention to address social inequalities in health2011
Dr Shelina Visram
Professor Martin White
Tell Me about Your Childhood ... Using Life Grids to Gather Information on Health-Related Behaviours and Experiences across the Life Course2011
Dr Shelina Visram
Professor Martin White
"It's like the service that was never there": A qualitative longitudinal study of lay health trainer services in the North East of England2010