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Dr Nicola Heslehurst
Lem Ngongalah
Dr Theophile Bigirumurame
Dr Gina Nguyen
Dr Lisa Crowe
et al.
Association between maternal adiposity measures and adverse maternal outcomes of pregnancy: systematic review and meta-analysis2022
Dr Malcolm Moffat
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Nicola Heslehurst
Does prepregnancy weight change have an effect on subsequent pregnancy health outcomes? A systematic review and meta-analysis2022
James O'Hara
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Holly Fisher
Emerita Professor Janet Wilson
'Persistent Throat Symptoms' versus 'Laryngopharyngeal Reflux' – a cross sectional study refining the clinical condition2022
Samuel Azubuike
Dr Louise Hayes
Professor Linda Sharp
Dr Akintunde Alabi
Dr Richard McNally
et al.
Physical activity and the risk of breast cancer among Nigerian women.2022
Dr Nicola Heslehurst
Dr Louise Hayes
Predictors of Adverse Pregnancy Outcomes in Pregnant Women Living with Obesity: A Systematic Review2022
Samuel Azubuike
Dr Louise Hayes
Professor Linda Sharp
Dr Richard McNally
Reproductive factors and the risk of breast cancer among Nigerian women by age and oestrogen receptor status2022
Samuel Azubuike
Dr Louise Hayes
Professor Linda Sharp
Dr Richard McNally
Socio-economic status and the risk of breast cancer among Nigerian women: a case control study2022
Dr Louise Hayes
Nermine Basta
Dr Colin Muirhead
Paul Gibson
Professor Deborah Tweddle
et al.
Temporal clustering of neuroblastic tumours in children and young adults from Ontario, Canada2022
Dr Louise Hayes
Professor Steve Robson
Adiposity and cardiovascular outcomes in three-year-old children of participants in UPBEAT, an RCT of a complex intervention in pregnant women with obesity2021
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Iain McCallum
Dr Lynne Forrest
Professor Linda Sharp
Age-related and socio-economic inequalities in timeliness of referral and start of treatment in colorectal cancer. A population-based analysis2021
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Richard McNally
Changes in air quality in Mexico City, London and Delhi in response to various stages and levels of lockdowns and easing of restrictions during COVID-19 pandemic2021
Professor John O'Brien
Professor John-Paul Taylor
Professor Alan Thomas
Claire Bamford
Professor Luke Vale
et al.
DTC-RP-PG-0311-12001: Improving the Diagnosis and Management of Neurodegenerative Dementia of Lewy Body Type in the NHS (DIAMOND-Lewy Programme)2021
Niky Raja
Dr Louise Hayes
Nermine Basta
Dr Richard McNally
International trends in the incidence of brain tumours in children and young adults and their association with indicators of economic development2021
Professor John O'Brien
Professor Ian McKeith
Professor Alan Thomas
Claire Bamford
Professor Luke Vale
et al.
Introduction of a management toolkit for Lewy body dementia: A pilot cluster randomised trial2021
Professor Judith Rankin
Dr Louise Hayes
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Survey of UK health professionals supporting parents after loss from a twin pregnancy2021
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Catherine McParlin
Dr James Newham
Dr Nicola Heslehurst
The effectiveness of smoking cessation, alcohol reduction, diet and physical activity interventions in improving maternal and infant health outcomes: A systematic review of meta-analyses2021
Dr Louise Hayes
Bump start needed: linking guidelines, policy and practice in promoting physical activity during and beyond pregnancy2020
Dr Louise Hayes
Challenges, opportunities and solutions for local physical activity stakeholders: an implementation case study from a cross-sectoral physical activity network in Northeast England2020
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr James Newham
Encouraging physical activity during and after pregnancy in the COVID-19 era, and beyond2020
Dr Louise Hayes
Influence of GDM diagnosis and treatment on weight gain, dietary intake and physical activity in pregnant women with obesity: Secondary analysis of the UPBEAT study2020
Dr Karen Hind
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Laura Basterfield
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Fraser Birrell
et al.
Objectively-measured sedentary time, habitual physical activity and bone strength in adults aged 62 years: the Newcastle Thousand Families Study2020
Dr Richard McNally
Professor Allyson Pollock
Karen Blakey
Professor Linda Sharp
Dr Amy O'Donnell
et al.
Open letter to the ICO, CMOs and UK data providers: Reducing barriers to data access for research in the public interest - lessons from covid-192020
Dr Nicola Heslehurst
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr James Newham
Dr Catherine McParlin
The effectiveness of smoking cessation, alcohol reduction, diet and physical activity interventions in changing behaviours during pregnancy: A systematic review of systematic reviews2020
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Lynne Forrest
Dr Jean Adams
Professor Martin White
Professor Linda Sharp
et al.
Age-related inequalities in colon cancer treatment persist over time: A population-based analysis2018
Samuel Azubuike
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Richard McNally
Household, moderate physical activity and the risk of breast cancer among Nigerian women: an epidemiological study2018
Dr Ruth Bell
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Nicola Heslehurst
Implementation of national screening guidelines for gestational diabetes: A national survey of maternity units in England2018
Samuel Azubuike
Dr Colin Muirhead
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Richard McNally
Rising global burden of breast cancer: the case of sub-Saharan Africa (with emphasis on Nigeria) and implications for regional development: a review2018
Samuel Azubuike
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Richard McNally
Total physical activity and the risk of breast cancer among Nigerian women2018
Dr Louise Hayes
Professor Martin White
Dr Richard McNally
Professor Nigel Unwin
Anh Tran
et al.
Do cardiometabolic, behavioural and socioeconomic factors explain the 'healthy migrant effect' in the UK? Linked mortality follow-up of South Asians compared to white Europeans in the Newcastle Heart Project2017
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Ruth Bell
Professor Steve Robson
Dr Naweed Sattar
Infant adiposity following a randomised controlled trial of a behavioural intervention in obese pregnancy2017
Dr Nicola Heslehurst
Dr Rute Velosa Vieira
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Lisa Crowe
Shannon Robalino
et al.
Maternal body mass index and post-term birth: a systematic review and meta-analysis2017
Dr Claire Dickinson
Dr Johanne Dow
Dr Grant Gibson
Dr Louise Hayes
Shannon Robalino
et al.
Psychosocial intervention for carers of people with dementia: What components are most effective and when? A systematic review of systematic reviews2017
Dr Louise Hayes
Professor Mark Pearce
Dr Rob Forsyth
Requirements for and current provision of rehabilitation services for children after severe acquired brain injury in the UK: a population-based study2017
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Judy Richards
Professor Judith Rankin
Butterfly project: supporting parents who have lost a baby from a multiple pregnancy2016
Dr Rob Forsyth
Dr Louise Hayes
Professor Mark Pearce
Marked variability in inpatient paediatric rehabilitation pathways in the UK: Does this matter?2016
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Ruth Bell
Professor Steve Robson
Physical activity in the UK Pregnancy Better Eating and Physical Activity Trial (UPBEAT)2016
Dr Nicola Heslehurst
Dr Rute Velosa Vieira
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Lisa Crowe
Dr David Jones
et al.
The association between maternal body mass index (BMI), prolonged pregnancy (PP; ≥41 weeks gestation) and post-term birth (PTB; ≥42 weeks gestation): a systematic review with meta-analysis2016
Dr Louise Hayes
The UPBEAT Behavioural Intervention in Obese Pregnant Women - Maternal and Infant Follow-Up 6 Months Postpartum2016
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Catherine McParlin
Dr Tarja Kinnunen
Professor Steve Robson
Dr Ruth Bell
et al.
Change in level of physical activity during pregnancy in obese women: findings from the UPBEAT pilot trial2015
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Judy Richards
Dr Lisa Crowe
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Professor Judith Rankin
et al.
Development of guidelines for health professionals supporting parents who have lost a baby from a multiple pregnancy2015
Dr Ruth Bell
Dr Louise Hayes
Professor Steve Robson
Effect of a behavioural intervention in obese pregnant women (the UPBEAT study): a multicentre, randomised controlled trial2015
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Ruth Bell
Dr Nicola Heslehurst
Low physical activity as a risk factor for gestational diabetes in obese white women and black women participating in the UK Better Eating and Activity Trial (UPBEAT). pilot trial2015
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Ruth Bell
Professor Steve Robson
Association between Physical Activity in Obese Pregnant Women and Pregnancy Outcomes: The UPBEAT Pilot Study2014
Dr Louise Hayes
Diabetes in the elderly living in care homes2014
Anh Tran
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Richard McNally
Professor Nigel Unwin
Professor Raj Bhopal CBE
et al.
Contribution of Behavioural Risk Factors and Socio-Economic Position to Mortality in British South Asian and European Adults: 17 year follow-up of the Newcastle Heart Project Cohort2013
Dr Ruth Bell
Dr Louise Hayes
Professor Steve Robson
Developing a complex intervention for diet and activity behaviour change in obese pregnant women (the UPBEAT trial); assessment of behavioural change and process evaluation in a pilot randomised controlled trial2013
Dr Ruth Bell
Dr Louise Hayes
Professor Steve Robson
Developing a complex intervention for diet and activity behaviour change in obese pregnant women (the UPBEAT trial); assessment of behavioural change and process evaluation in a pilot randomised controlled trial2013
Dr Kay Mann
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Laura Basterfield
Professor Louise Parker
Professor Mark Pearce
et al.
Differing lifecourse associations with sport-, occupational- and household-based physical activity at age 49-51 years: the Newcastle Thousand Families Study2013
Dr Mabel Lie
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Nicholas Lewis-Barned
Professor Martin White
Dr Ruth Bell
et al.
Preventing Type 2 diabetes after gestational diabetes: women's experiences and implications for diabetes prevention interventions.2013
Dr Louise Hayes
Professor Rudy Bilous
Danielle Crowder
Catherine Emmerson
Dr Nicholas Lewis-Barned
et al.
Universal screening to identify gestational diabetes: A multi-centre study in the North of England2013
Dr Louise Hayes
Professor Rudy Bilous
Dr Nicholas Lewis-Barned
Dr Ruth Bell
Universal screening to identify gestational diabetes: a multi-centre study in the North of England2013
Dr Alison Yarnall
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Gillian Hawthorne
Dr Terry Aspray
Diabetes in care homes: current care standards and residents' experience2012
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Tarja Kinnunen
Professor Steve Robson
Dr Catherine McParlin
Dr Ruth Bell
et al.
Factors associated with level of physical activity in obese pregnant women participating in the Upbeat pilot trial [Abstract]2012
Dr Louise Hayes
Professor Nigel Unwin
Dr Eugene Sobngwi
Fasting blood glucose and insulin sensitivity are unaffected by HAART duration in Cameroonians on first line ARV treatment2012
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Gillian Hawthorne
Professor Nigel Unwin
Undiagnosed diabetes in the over-60s: performance of the Association of Public Health Observatories (APHO) Diabetes Prevalence Model in a general practice2012
Dr Alison Yarnall
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Gillian Hawthorne
Charlotte Candlish
Dr Terry Aspray
et al.
Diabetes in care homes: Residents' experience of care2011
Dr Mabel Lie
Dr Louise Hayes
Professor Carl May
Professor Martin White
Dr Ruth Bell
et al.
Preventing type 2 diabetes after gestational diabetes: qualitative studies with postnatal women to inform intervention development2011
Dr Ruth Bell
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Nicholas Lewis-Barned
Catherine Emmerson
Danielle Crowder
et al.
Diagnosis, treatment and outcome of gestational diabetes;a multi-centre study in north-east England (NorGES)2010
Dr Louise Hayes
Professor Mark Pearce
Dr Michael Firbank
Professor Mark Walker
Professor Roy Taylor
et al.
Do obese but metabolically normal women differ in intra-abdominal fat and physical activity levels from those with the expected metabolic abnormalities? A cross-sectional study2010
Dr Louise Hayes
Professor Nigel Unwin
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
"Obesity" and "Clinical Obesity" Men's understandings of obesity and its relation to the risk of diabetes: A qualitative study2008
Professor Nigel Unwin
Professor Raj Bhopal CBE
Dr Louise Hayes
Professor Martin White
Dr Sheila Patel
et al.
A comparison of the new International Diabetes Federation definition of metabolic syndrome to WHO and NCEP definitions in Chinese, European and South Asian origin adults2007
Dr Louise Hayes
Professor Mark Pearce
Professor Nigel Unwin
Lifecourse predictors of normal metabolic parameters in overweight and obese adults2006
Professor Nigel Unwin
Dr Louise Hayes
Are insulin resistance, impaired fasting glucose and impaired glucose tolerance all equally strongly related to age?2005
Professor Nigel Unwin
Emeritus Professor Sir George Sir George Alberti
Dr Louise Hayes
Comparison of three different definitions for the metabolic syndrome in non-diabetic Europeans2005
Professor Mark Pearce
Dr Louise Hayes
Self-reported smoking status and exhaled carbon monoxide: Results from two population-based epidemiologic studies in the north of England2005
Dr Louise Hayes
Professor Nigel Unwin
Dr David Whiting
Dr Eugene Sobngwi
Prevalence of wheeze and self-reported asthma and asthma care in an urban and rural area of Tanzania and Cameroon2004
Dr David Whiting
Dr Louise Hayes
Professor Nigel Unwin
Challenges to health care for diabetes in Africa2003
Dr Louise Hayes
Professor Martin White
Methodological issues in piloting a physical activity diary with young people2003
Dr Louise Hayes
Michael White
Professor Nigel Unwin
Professor Raj Bhopal CBE
Dr Colin Fischbacher
et al.
Patterns of physical activity - Reply2003
Professor Raj Bhopal CBE
Dr Louise Hayes
Professor Martin White
Professor Nigel Unwin
Dr Jane Harland
et al.
Ethnic and socio-economic inequalities in coronary heart disease, diabetes and risk factors in Europeans and South Asians2002
Dr Louise Hayes
Professor Martin White
Professor Nigel Unwin
Professor Raj Bhopal CBE
Dr Colin Fischbacher
et al.
Patterns of physical activity and relationship with risk markers for cardiovascular disease and diabetes in Indian, Pakistani, Bangladeshi and European adults in a UK population2002
Dr Leslie Carlin
Dr Terry Aspray
Dr Louise Hayes
Professor Nigel Unwin
Civilization and its discontents: Non-communicable disease, metabolic syndrome and rural-urban migration in Tanzania2001
Professor Nigel Unwin
Dr Philip Setel
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Terry Aspray
Emeritus Professor Sir George Sir George Alberti
et al.
Noncommunicable diseases in sub-Saharan Africa: where do they feature in the health research agenda?2001
Professor Raj Bhopal CBE
Professor Nigel Unwin
Professor Martin White
Julie Yallop
Dr Louise Hayes
et al.
Heterogeneity of coronary heart disease risk factors in Indian, Pakistani, Bangladeshi, and European origin populations: Cross sectional study1999