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Professor Gill Rowlands
Development of a Kannada Version of the Newest Vital Sign Health Literacy Tool and Assessment of Health Literacy in Patients with Tuberculosis: A Cross-Sectional Study at a District Tuberculosis Treatment Centre2022
Adeola Ojo
Professor Gill Rowlands
Differences in digital health literacy and future anxiety between health care and other university students in England2022
Professor Gill Rowlands
Health literacy and health-related quality of life as a mediator for health costs2022
Emma Geijer Simpson
Dr Mihirini Sirisena
Dr Samantha Redgate
Professor Eileen Kaner
Dr Josephine Wildman
et al.
A rapid realist evidence synthesis on the effectiveness of reading initiatives in promoting mental and physical health in individuals across the life course.2021
Amnah Taqi
Professor Gill Rowlands
Dr Adam Rathbone
A systematic review and thematic synthesis to identify factors that influence pharmacists’ involvement in asthma care services: an identity crisis.2021
Professor Gill Rowlands
Health promotion preparedness for health crises – a ‘must’ or ‘nice to have’? Case studies and global lessons learned from the COVID-19 Pandemic2021
Professor Peter Anderson
Professor Gill Rowlands
Dr Amy O'Donnell
Professor Eileen Kaner
Impact of Training and Municipal Support on Primary Health Care–Based Measurement of Alcohol Consumption in Three Latin American Countries: 5-Month Outcome Results of the Quasi-experimental Randomized SCALA Trial2021
Debbie Smart
Dr Katherine Jackson
Dr Hayley Alderson
Dr Thomas Foley
Professor Eileen Kaner
et al.
What Influences Parents and Practitioners’ Decisions to Share Personal Information within an Early Help (Social Care) Context? Implications for Practice in Sharing Digital Data across Sectors2021
Nadege Uwamahoro
Professor Gill Rowlands
Health Literacy among Malawian HIV-positive youth: a qualitative needs assessment and conceptualisation2020
Professor Peter Anderson
Dr Amy O'Donnell
Professor Eileen Kaner
Professor Gill Rowlands
Implementing primary healthcare-based measurement, advice and treatment for heavy drinking and comorbid depression at the municipal level in three Latin American countries: final protocol for a quasiexperimental study (SCALA study)2020
Professor Gill Rowlands
Increasing Health Literacy May Reduce Health Inequalities: Evidence from a National Population Survey in Ireland2020
Professor Gill Rowlands
Shaping alcohol health literacy: a systematic concept analysis and review2020
Professor Gill Rowlands
Dr Anu Vaittinen
Dr Lynne Stobbart
Dr Richard Thomson
The evidence-based development of an intervention to improve clinical health literacy practice2020
Professor Gill Rowlands
A qualitative study about the experiences of ethnic minority pregnant women with gestational diabetes2019
Dr Philip Campbell
Professor Gill Rowlands
Can patients with low health literacy be identified from routine primary care health records? A cross-sectional and prospective analysis2019
Professor Gill Rowlands
Health Literacy and Chronic Conditions: A life course perspective2019
Professor Gill Rowlands
Health literacy and psoriasis: putting the patient at the centre of care2019
Professor Gill Rowlands
Dr Sian Russell
What is the evidence on the methods, frameworks and indicators used to evaluate health literacy policies, programmes and interventions at the regional, national and organizational levels?2019
Professor Gill Rowlands
Developing and Applying Geographical Synthetic Estimates of Health Literacy in GP Clinical Systems2018
Professor Gill Rowlands
Health Literacy in Context2018
Professor Gill Rowlands
Health literacy of hospital patients using a linguistically validated Croatian version of the Newest Vital Sign screening test (NVS-HR)2018
Professor Gill Rowlands
How is health literacy addressed in primary care? Strategies that general practitioners use to support patients2018
Professor Gill Rowlands
Progress in Implementing National Policies and Strategies for Health Literacy—What Have We Learned so Far2018
Professor Gill Rowlands
Relationships between health literacy, motivation and diet and physical activity in people with type 2 diabetes participating in peer-led support groups2018
Professor Gill Rowlands
Understanding Educational and Psychosocial Factors Associated with Alcohol Use among Adolescents in Denmark; Implications for Health Literacy Interventions2018
Professor Gill Rowlands
Dr Sian Russell
Dr Amy O'Donnell
Professor Eileen Kaner
What is the evidence on existing policies and linked activities and their effectiveness for improving health literacy at national, regional and organizational levels in the WHO European Region?2018
Professor Gill Rowlands
Global health systems and policy development: implications for health literacy research, theory and practice2017
Professor Gill Rowlands
Health literacy and the social determinants of health: a qualitative model from adult learners2017
Professor Gill Rowlands
Health Literacy in Selected Populations: Individuals, Families, and Communities from the International and Cultural Perspective2017
Professor Gill Rowlands
Health literacy is associated with health behaviour and self-reported health: a large population-based study in individuals with cardiovascular disease2017
Professor Gill Rowlands
Health Literacy, Diabetes Prevention, and Self-Management2017
Professor Gill Rowlands
The health literacy dyad: the contribution of future GPs in England2017
Professor Gill Rowlands
Health Literacy Mediates the Relationship Between Educational Attainment and Health Behaviour: A Danish Population-based Study2016
Professor Gill Rowlands
Lay Health Trainers Supporting Self-Management amongst Those with Low Heath Literacy and Diabetes: Lessons from a Mixed Methods Pilot, Feasibility Study2016
Professor Gill Rowlands
The Feasibility of Health Trainer Improved Patient Self-Management in Patients with Low Health Literacy and Poorly Controlled Diabetes: A Pilot Randomised Controlled Trial2016
Professor Gill Rowlands
A mismatch between population health literacy and the complexity of health information: an observational study2015