Toggle Main Menu Toggle Search

Open Access padlockePrints

Browsing publications by Dr Louise Hayes

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
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 obesity2020
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 analysis2020
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
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 trial2020
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
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
Bump start needed: Linking guidelines, policy and practice in promoting physical activity during and beyond pregnancy2019
Dr Karen Hind
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Laura Basterfield
Professor Mark Pearce
Dr Fraser Birrell
et al.
Objectively-measured sedentary time, habitual physical activity and bone strength in adults aged 62 years: the Newcastle Thousand Families Study2019
1234567