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Dr Amelia Lake
Professor Tim Townshend
Exploring the fast food and planning appeals system in England and Wales: Decisions made by the Planning Inspectorate (PINS)2020
Dr Rachel Tyrrell
Fiona Greenhalgh
Dr Susan Hodgson
Professor John Mathers
Professor Ashley Adamson
et al.
Food environments of young people: linking individual behaviour to environmental context2017
Professor Tim Townshend
Dr Amelia Lake
Obesogenic Environments: current evidence of the built and food environments2017
Louis Goffe
Dr Frances Hillier-Brown
Dr Wendy Wrieden
Dr Amelia Lake
Professor Vera Araujo-Soares
et al.
Comparison of sodium content of meals served by independent takeaways using standard versus reduced holed salt shakers: Cross-sectional study2016
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 Amelia Lake
Dr Alison Copeland
Professor Clare Bambra
Developing virtual public health networks: aspiration and reality2016
Dr Amelia Lake
Charlotte Bryant
Sevil Alinia
Dr Kirsten Brandt
Emeritus Professor Chris Seal
et al.
Exploring the dynamics of a free fruit at work intervention2016
Rachel Tyrrell
Professor Tim Townshend
Professor Ashley Adamson
Dr Amelia Lake
I’m not trusted in the kitchen’: food environments and food behaviours of young people attending school and college2016
Louis Goffe
Dr Wendy Wrieden
Dr Linda Penn
Dr Frances Hillier-Brown
Dr Amelia Lake
et al.
Reducing the salt added to takeaway food: within-subjects comparison of salt delivered by five and 17 holed salt shakers in controlled conditions2016
Dr Jean Adams
Dr Frances Hillier-Brown
Dr Amelia Lake
Professor Vera Araujo-Soares
Professor Martin White
et al.
Searching and synthesising ‘grey literature’ and ‘grey information’ in public health: critical reflections on three case studies2016
Dr Amelia Lake
Professor Vera Araujo-Soares
Dr Frances Hillier-Brown
The effectiveness of workplace dietary interventions: Protocol for a systematic review and meta-analysis2016
Dr Jean Adams
Louis Goffe
Dr Amelia Lake
Professor Martin White
Dr Wendy Wrieden
et al.
Frequency and socio-demographic correlates of eating meals out and take-away meals at home: cross-sectional analysis of the UK national diet and nutrition survey, waves 1-4 (2008-12)2015
Dr Catherine Nixon
Dr Amelia Lake
The Environment can explain differences in adolescents' daily physical activity levels living in a deprived urban area: Cross sectional study using accelerometry, GPS, and focus groups2014
Dr Amelia Lake
Professor Tim Townshend
Exploring the built environment, physical activity and related behaviours of young adults attending school, college and those not in employment2013
Dr Seraphim Alvanides
Professor Tim Townshend
Dr Amelia Lake
Obesogenic Environments: Challenges and Opportunities2013
Dr Amelia Lake
Professor Tim Townshend
Dr Seraphim Alvanides
Obesogenic Environments: Complexities, Perceptions and Objective Measures2013
Professor Tim Townshend
Louisa Jane Ells
Dr Seraphim Alvanides
Dr Amelia Lake
Towards Transdisciplinary Approaches to Tackle Obesity2013
Dr Amelia Lake
Assessing the obesogenic environment of North East England2011
Dr Amelia Lake
Dr Jane Midgley
Food policy and food governance - changing behaviours2010
Dr Amelia Lake
Jane Midgley
Food policy and food governance - changing behaviours2010
Dr Seraphim Alvanides
Professor Tim Townshend
Dr Amelia Lake
Obesogenic environments: challenges and opportunities2010
Dr Amelia Lake
Professor Tim Townshend
Dr Seraphim Alvanides
Obesogenic Environments: complexities, perceptions and objective measures2010
Dr Amelia Lake
Thomas Burgoine
Fiona Greenhalgh
Elaine Stamp
Rachel Tyrrell
et al.
The foodscape: Classification and field validation of secondary data sources2010
Thomas Burgoine
Dr Amelia Lake
Elaine Stamp
Professor John Mathers
Professor Ashley Adamson
et al.
Changing foodscapes 1980-2000, using the ASH30 Study2009
Dr Amelia Lake
Dr Robert Hyland
Emeritus Professor Andrew Rugg-Gunn
Professor John Mathers
Professor Ashley Adamson
et al.
Combining social and nutritional perspectives: from adolescence to adulthood (the ASH30 Study)2009
Dr Amelia Lake
Professor Tim Townshend
Dr Seraphim Alvanides
Elaine Stamp
Professor Ashley Adamson
et al.
Diet, physical activity, sedentary behaviour and perceptions of the environment in young adults2009
Professor Tim Townshend
Dr Amelia Lake
Obesogenic urban form: Theory, policy and practice2009
Angela Craigie
Professor John Matthews
Emeritus Professor Andrew Rugg-Gunn
Dr Amelia Lake
Professor John Mathers
et al.
Raised adolescent body mass index predicts the development of adiposity and a central distribution of body fat in adulthood: a longitudinal study2009
Dr Amelia Lake
Professor Ashley Adamson
Angela Craigie
Emeritus Professor Andrew Rugg-Gunn
Professor John Mathers
et al.
Tracking of Dietary Intake and Factors Associated with Dietary Change from Early Adolescence to Adulthood: The ASH30 Study2009
Dr Amelia Lake
Chris Speed
Anna Brookes
Dr Ben Heaven
Professor Ashley Adamson
et al.
Development of a series of patient information leaflets for constipation using a range of cognitive interview techniques: LIFELAX2007
Dr Amelia Lake
Dr Robert Hyland
Emeritus Professor Andrew Rugg-Gunn
Professor John Mathers
Professor Ashley Adamson
et al.
Healthy eating: Perceptions and practice (the ASH30 study)2007
Professor Tim Townshend
Dr Amelia Lake
Sustainable and Healthy Urban Form: linking well-being, obesity and the built environment2007
Professor Tim Townshend
Dr Amelia Lake
Warning Sloburbia! Does where you live affect your waistline and your health?2007
Dr Amelia Lake
Changing dietary behavior2006
Dr Amelia Lake
Professor Tim Townshend
Professor Ashley Adamson
Diet, physical activity and the obesogenic environment: are they related?2006
Dr Amelia Lake
Dr Robert Hyland
Professor John Mathers
Emeritus Professor Andrew Rugg-Gunn
Professor Ashley Adamson
et al.
Food shopping and preparation among the 30-somethings: whose job is it? (The ASH30 study)2006
Dr Amelia Lake
Professor John Mathers
Emeritus Professor Andrew Rugg-Gunn
Professor Ashley Adamson
Longitudinal change in food habits between adolescence (11–12 years) and adulthood (32–33 years): the ASH30 Study2006
Dr Amelia Lake
Professor Tim Townshend
Obesogenic environments: exploring the built and food environments2006
Dr Amelia Lake
Dr Penelope Taylor
Effect of IL-6 promoter polymorphism on incidence and outcome in Hodgkin's lymphoma2005
Dr Amelia Lake
Professor John Mathers
Emeritus Professor Andrew Rugg-Gunn
Professor Ashley Adamson
Gender and socio-demographic factors influencing dietary change from adolescence to adulthood: The ASH30 study2005
Angela Craigie
Professor Ashley Adamson
Dr Amelia Lake
Megan Gibbons
Professor John Matthews
et al.
Lifecourse influences on nutrient intake in adulthood2005
Dr Amelia Lake
Professor John Mathers
Emeritus Professor Andrew Rugg-Gunn
Professor Ashley Adamson
Longitudinal dietary change from adolescence to adulthood: Explanatory factors for dietary change2005
Dr Amelia Lake
Dr Penelope Taylor
Phenotype and frequency of Epstein-Barr virus-infected cells in pretreatment blood samples from patients with Hodgkin lymphoma2005
Dr Amelia Lake
Dr Robert Hyland
Emeritus Professor Andrew Rugg-Gunn
Professor John Mathers
Professor Ashley Adamson
et al.
Social and nutritional perspectives on dietary changes in the life course: from adolescence to adulthood2005
Dr Amelia Lake
Professor John Mathers
Emeritus Professor Andrew Rugg-Gunn
Professor Ashley Adamson
Tracking and change in food habits between adolescence and adulthood: a longitudinal study2005
Dr Amelia Lake
Anna Brookes
Chris Speed
Dr Sally Corbett
Professor Paula Moynihan
et al.
Development of patient information leaflets for constipation using a range of cognitive interviewing techniques: LIFELAX2004
Dr Amelia Lake
Professor Ashley Adamson
Dr Robert Hyland
Professor John Mathers
Dietary change and perceptions of change over time2004
Dr Amelia Lake
Emeritus Professor Andrew Rugg-Gunn
Dr Robert Hyland
Professor John Mathers
Professor Ashley Adamson
et al.
Longitudinal dietary change from adolescence to adulthood: perceptions, attributions and evidence2004
Dr Amelia Lake
Longitudinal dietary change from adolescence to adulthood: perceptions, attributions and evidence2004
Angela Craigie
Dr Amelia Lake
Megan Gibbons
Emeritus Professor Andrew Rugg-Gunn
Professor John Mathers
et al.
Tracking of adiposity and dietary intake from adolescence to adulthood: a longitudinal study2003
Dr Amelia Lake
Angela Craigie
Megan Gibbons
Emeritus Professor Andrew Rugg-Gunn
Professor John Mathers
et al.
Aggregation of diets containing fatty and sugary foods and fruit and vegetables within cohabiting couples2002
Dr Amelia Lake
Angela Craigie
Megan Gibbons
Dr Robert Hyland
Emeritus Professor Andrew Rugg-Gunn
et al.
Investigating change in eating patterns from adolescence to adulthood: a preliminary analysis2002
Angela Craigie
Dr Amelia Lake
Megan Gibbons
Professor Ashley Adamson
Emeritus Professor Andrew Rugg-Gunn
et al.
The stability of food intake between adolescence and adulthood: a 21-year follow-up2002
Dr Amelia Lake
Angela Craigie
Megan Gibbons
Professor Ashley Adamson
Emeritus Professor Andrew Rugg-Gunn
et al.
Body mass index from young adolescence to adulthood: a 20 year follow-up2001