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Dr Lorraine McSweeney
Dr Nicolette Rousseau
Emerita Professor Janet Wilson
Dr Scott Wilkes
Dr Katie Haighton
et al.
Stakeholders’ views of recurrent sore throat, tonsillitis and their management: a qualitative interview study for the NAtional Trial of Tonsillectomy IN Adults (NATTINA Part 1)2017
Dr Lorraine McSweeney
James O'Hara
Dr Nicolette Rousseau
Dr Deborah Stocken
Professor Luke Vale
et al.
‘Thinking that somebody's going to delay [a tonsillectomy] for one to two years is quite horrifying really’: a qualitative feasibility study for the NAtional Trial of Tonsillectomy IN Adults (NATTINA Part 2)2016
Dr Katie Haighton
Dr Graeme Wilson
Professor Eileen Kaner
A Qualitative Study of Service Provision for Alcohol Related Health Issues in Mid to Later Life2016
Dr Amy O'Donnell
Dr Katie Haighton
Dr David Chappel
Professor Eileen Kaner
Impact of financial incentives on alcohol intervention delivery in primary care: a mixed methods study2016
Dr Lorraine McSweeney
Dr Tim Rapley
Dr Katie Haighton
Professor Ashley Adamson
Perceptions of nursery staff and parent views of healthy eating promotion in preschool settings: an exploratory qualitative study2016
Dr Katie Haighton
Dr Amy O'Donnell
A qualitative interview study of concurrent alcohol and medication use among older adults in the UK2015
Professor Eileen Kaner
Dr Katie Haighton
Alcohol service provision for older people in an area experiencing high alcohol use and health inequalities2015
Allison Farnworth
Dr Katie Haighton
Professor Steve Robson
An exploratory qualitative interview study of the role of high quality research evidence in discussions and decisions about induction of labour2015
Isabel Rubie
Dr Katie Haighton
James O'Hara
Dr Nicolette Rousseau
Dr Nick Steen
et al.
The NAtional randomised controlled Trial of Tonsillectomy IN Adults (NATTINA): a clinical and cost-effectiveness study: study protocol for a randomised control trial2015
Dr Katie Haighton
Emerita Professor Janet Wilson
Tonsillectomy or adenotonsillectomy reduces the number of sore throats in children; however, insufficient information is available on the effectiveness in adults2015
Professor Suzanne Moffatt
Dr Katie Haighton
Dr Mel Steer
Sarah Lawson
Professor Martin White
et al.
What impact does welfare rights advice have on health and wellbeing? Qualitative study from the UK2015
Dr Graeme Wilson
Professor Eileen Kaner
Dr Katie Haighton
Habitus of home and traditional drinking: a qualitative analysis of reported middle-class alcohol use2014
Dr Duika Burges Watson
Dr Katie Haighton
Dr Jean Adams
The effect of dance mat exergaming systems on physical activity and health - related outcomes in secondary schools: results from a natural experiment2014
Dr Graeme Wilson
Professor Eileen Kaner
Kate McCabe
Dr Katie Haighton
A Qualitative Study of Alcohol, Health and Identities among UK Adults in Later Life2013
Dr Amy O'Donnell
Dr Katie Haighton
Dr David Chappel
Professor Eileen Kaner
Can routine data help evaluate the implementation of brief alcohol intervention in primary health care? A mixed-methods investigation of the use of routinely collected information to evaluate the delivery of screening and brief interventions (sbis) for alcohol2013
Dr Graeme Wilson
Professor Eileen Kaner
Dr Katie Haighton
Exploring older adults’ views about alcohol consumption: implications for brief interventions with older heavy drinkers2013
Dr Katie Haighton
Professor Dorothy Newbury-Birch
Professor Eileen Kaner
Screening and Interventions in Medical Settings including Brief Feedback-focussed Interventions2013
Dr Katie Haighton
Dr Graeme Wilson
Professor Eileen Kaner
Symptoms and course: Older-Age and substance abuse2013
Dr Katie Haighton
Professor Suzanne Moffatt
Denise Howel
Professor Elaine McColl
Professor Eugene Milne
et al.
The Do-Well study: protocol for a randomised controlled trial, economic and qualitative process evaluations of domiciliary welfare rights advice for socio-economically disadvantaged older people recruited via primary health care2012
Dr Graeme Wilson
Professor Eileen Kaner
Dr Katie Haighton
The 'other' in patterns of drinking: A qualitative study of attitudes towards alcohol use among professional, managerial and clerical workers2012
Dr Katie Haighton
Professor Eileen Kaner
Alcohol use in later life2011
Dr Katie Haighton
Professor Eileen Kaner
Brief intervention: mental health-substance use2011
Dr Graeme Wilson
Dr Katie Haighton
Professor Eileen Kaner
Intervention against excessive alcohol consumption in primary health care: a survey of GPs’ attitudes and practices in England 10 years on2011
Dr Katie Haighton
Dr Rachel Baker
Professor Katie Brittain
"I've just taken you to see the man with the CD on his head": the experience and management of recurrent sore throat in children2010
Dr Katie Haighton
Dr Graeme Wilson
Professor Eileen Kaner
Dr Paul Cassidy
A survey of general practitioners’ knowledge, attitudes and practices regarding the prevention and management of alcohol-related problems: an update of a World Health Organisation survey ten years on2010
Dr Katie Haighton
Dr Graeme Wilson
Professor Eileen Kaner
Alcohol and working professionals2010
Dr Katie Haighton
Emerita Professor Janet Wilson
Dr Nick Steen
Professor Martin Eccles
Professor Katie Brittain
et al.
Childhood tonsillectomy: who is referred and what treatment choices are made? Baseline findings from the North of England and Scotland Study of Tonsillectomy and Adenotonsillectomy in Children (NESSTAC)2010
Dr Katie Haighton
Emerita Professor Janet Wilson
Dr Nick Steen
Professor Martin Eccles
Dr Helen Mason
et al.
North of England and Scotland Study of Tonsillectomy and Adeno-tonsillectomy in Children (NESSTAC): a pragmatic randomised controlled trial with a parallel non-randomised preference study2010
Emerita Professor Janet Wilson
Dr Katie Haighton
Professor Martin Eccles
Dr Nick Steen
The effectiveness of childhood tonsillectomy2010
Professor Dorothy Newbury-Birch
Dr Eilish Gilvarry
Dr Paul McArdle
Dr Vankateswara Ramesh
Dr Stephen Stewart
et al.
Impact of alcohol consumption on young people: A systematic review of published reviews2009
Dr Katie Haighton
Professor Eileen Kaner
Brief interventions for heavy drinkers2008
Dr Katie Haighton
Professor Vinidh Paleri
Oral feeding regimes following laryngectomy - A qualitative study of consultants' opinions in the North of England.2008
Deborah Hutchings
Dr Katie Haighton
Professor Eileen Kaner
Development of Country-Wide Strategies for Implementing Early Identification and Brief Intervention in Primary Health Care - Report on Phase IV2006
Dr Katie Haighton
Professor Eileen Kaner
Julie Doughty
Andrea Crawshaw
Paul McNamee
et al.
Effectiveness of nurse-led brief alcohol intervention: A cluster randomized controlled trial2006
Deborah Hutchings
Dr Katie Haighton
Professor Eileen Kaner
England2006
Dr Katie Haighton
Jan Lecouturier
Professor James Mason
Dr Heather Dickinson
Lifestyle interventions to prevent osteoporotic fractures: A systematic review2006
Professor John Bond
Emerita Professor Janet Wilson
Professor Martin Eccles
Alessandra Vanoli
Dr Nick Steen
et al.
Protocol for north of England and Scotland study of tonsillectomy and adeno-tonsillectomy in children (NESSTAC). A pragmatic randomised controlled trial comparing surgical intervention with conventional medical treatment in children with recurrent sore throats2006
Dr Heather Dickinson
Dr Katie Haighton
Jan Lecouturier
Fiona Beyer
A systematic review of calcium and vitamin D for the prevention of osteoporotic fractures2005
Dr Heather Dickinson
Dr Katie Haighton
Jan Lecouturier
Fiona Campbell
Professor James Mason
et al.
Quality of trials of lifestyle interventions2005
Dr Katie Haighton
Alcohol and brief intervention in primary health care: what do patients think?2004
Dr Katie Haighton
Professor Eileen Kaner
Implementation of brief alcohol interventions by nurses in primary care: Do non-clinical factors influence practice?2004
Dr Katie Haighton
Screening and brief alcohol interventions: What, why, who, where and when? A review of the literature2004
Deborah Hutchings
Dr Katie Haighton
Marketing strategy for screening and brief intervention in primary health care2003
Professor Eileen Kaner
Dr Katie Haighton
Paul McNamee
Emeritus Professor Senga Bond
Promoting brief alcohol intervention by nurses in primary care: A cluster randomised controlled trial2003
Dr Katie Haighton
Professor Eileen Kaner
Sharon Lamont
Emeritus Professor Senga Bond
A qualitative study of nurses' attitudes and practices regarding brief alcohol intervention in primary health care2002
Dr Katie Haighton
Professor Eileen Kaner
Dr Eilish Gilvarry
Professor Brian McAvoy
Changes in receptionists' attitudes towards involvement in a general practice-based trial of screening and brief alcohol intervention2000
Dr Katie Haighton
Professor Eileen Kaner
Use of marketing to disseminate brief alcohol intervention to general practitioners: Promoting health care interventions to health promoters2000
Professor Brian McAvoy
Professor Eileen Kaner
Dr Katie Haighton
Dr Eilish Gilvarry
Our healthier nation: are general practitioners willing and able to deliver? A survey of attitudes to and involvement in health promotion and lifestyle counselling1999
Dr Katie Haighton
The prevalence of back, neck and shoulder problems in the inner city; implications for the provision of pysiotherapy services in primary health care1999