Publication Category: Public health prevention and behaviours

See below for some publications

The Good Behaviour Game intervention to improve behavioural and other outcomes for children aged 7 8 years: a cluster RCT. 

Humphrey, N., Hennessey, A., Troncoso, P., Panayiotou, M., Black, L., Petersen, K., Wo, L., Mason, C., Ashworth, E., Frearson, K., Boenhnke, J., Pockett, R., Lowin, J., Foxcroft, D., Wigelsworth, M., & Lendrum, A. (2022). The Good Behaviour Game intervention to improve behavioural and other outcomes for children aged 7 8 years: a cluster RCT. Public Health Research, 10(7).

2022

Which innovations can improve timeliness of investigations and address the backlog in endoscopy for patients with potential symptoms of upper and lower Gastrointestinal (GI) cancers?

Hendry, A., Anthony B.F., Charles, J.M., Hartfiel, N., Roberts, J., Spencer, L.H., Bray, N., Wilkinson, C & Edwards, R.T. (August 2021). Which innovations can improve timeliness of investigations and address the backlog in endoscopy for patients with potential symptoms of upper and lower Gastrointestinal (GI) cancers? RR_00003. (August 2021) 

2021

Have infection control and prevention measures resulted in any adverse outcomes for care home and domiciliary care residents and staff?

Spencer, L. H., Hartfiel, N., Hendry, A., Anthony, B., Makanjuola, A., Bray, N., Hughes, D.A., Wilkinson, C, Fitzsimmons, D & Edwards, R.T. (November 2021) Have infection control and prevention measures resulted in any adverse outcomes for care home and domiciliary care residents and staff? Report number – RR_00018 (November 2021). Wales COVID-19 Evidence Centre

2021

Randomised feasibility study of prehospital recognition and antibiotics for emergency patients with sepsis (PhRASe). 

Jones, J., Allen, S., Davies, J., Driscoll, T., Ellis, G., Fegan, G., …Sewell, B…... & Moore, C. (2021). Randomised feasibility study of prehospital recognition and antibiotics for emergency patients with sepsis (PhRASe). Scientific reports, 11(1), 1-10.

2021

‘What You See is All There is’: The Importance of Heuristics in Cost-Benefit Analysis (CBA) and Social Return on Investment (SROI) in the Evaluation of Public Health Interventions.

Edwards, R. T., & Lawrence, C. L. (2021). ‘What You See is All There is’: The Importance of Heuristics in Cost-Benefit Analysis (CBA) and Social Return on Investment (SROI) in the Evaluation of Public Health Interventions. Applied Health Economics and Health Policy, 19(5), 653–664.

2021

Does the perceived healthcare quality provided by full-time government employee doctors in the public system differ from the perceived care quality in their own privately managed facilities in Nigeria?

Eze, B. S., & Jones, M. (2021). Does the perceived healthcare quality provided by full-time government employee doctors in the public system differ from the perceived care quality in their own privately managed facilities in Nigeria?. Journal of Hospital Administration, 10(6).

2021