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Articles Published by CLAHRC SY

The following articles have been published by CLAHRC SY themes.
Only articles that include acknowledgement of NIHR have been included


Core Team
The National Institute for Health Research; collaborations for leadership in applied health research and are for South Yorkshire.

Journal of Research in Nursing, 2009;14(2):169–74.
Mawson S, & Scholefield, H.

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Core Team
Implementing health research through academic and clinical partnerships: a realistic evaluation of the Collaborations for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care (CLAHRC).

Implementation Science: IS; 2011 Jan;6(1):74.
Rycroft-Malone, J, et al.

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Core Team
Tackling ageing continence through theory, tools & technology (TACT3).

International journal of aging in society; 2012;1(2):83–98.
Bichard, J, et al.

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Core Team
A mixed methods study to evaluate the clinical and cost-effectiveness of a self-managed exercise programme versus usual physiotherapy for chronic rotator cuff disorders: protocol for the SELF study.

BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders, 2012;13(1):62.
Littlewood, C, et al.

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Core Team
Development of a self-managed loaded exercise programme for rotator cuff tendinopathy.

Littlewood, C et al.
Physiotherapy; 2013

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Diabetes
Working with young adults with Type 1 diabetes: Views of a multidisciplinary care team and implications for service delivery.

Diabetic Medicine, 2012; 29(5):677-681
Brierley S, Eiser C, & Johnson, B.

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Diabetes
Eating problems in adolescents with Type 1 diabetes: a systematic review with meta-analysis

Diabetic Medicine 2013;30(2):189-198
Young, V et al.

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Diabetes
Prevalence of depression among young people with Type 1 diabetes: a systematic review.

Diabetic Medicine 2013;30(2):199–208.
Johnson, B et al. 

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Depression - IQuESTS
Reversals of sudden gains made during cognitive therapy with depressed adults; a preliminary investigation. 

Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy, 2010;19;113-123. 
Manning P, Kellet S,& Hardy GE.

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Depression - IQuESTS
Innovation in health economic modelling of service improvements for longer-term depression: demonstration in a local health community. 

BMC health services research, 13, p.150. 
Tosh, J. et al., 2013.

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Genetics
Collagen Gene polymorphisms influence fracture risk and bone mass acquisition during childhood and adolescent growth. 

Bone. 2010;47: 989-994.
Blades, H, et al. 

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Genetics
Putting a value on the avoidance of false positive results when screening for inherited metabolic disease in the newborn.

Inherited Metabolic Diseases; 2011;35(1):169–76
Dixon, S, et al.

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Health Inequalities
Understanding factors influencing vulnerable older people keeping warm and well in winter: a qualitative study using social marketing techniques.

BMJ open, 2012 Jan;2(4).
Tod, A, et al.

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Health Inequalities
A care pathway approach to identifying factors that impact on diagnosis of heart disease in British Pakistani women.

Ethnicity and Inequalities in Health and Social Care, 2012 ;5(3):78 – 88
Piercy, H, et al. Chowbey P, Soady J, Dhoot P, Willis L, & Salway, S.

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Health Inequalities
Reducing the time-lag between onset of chest pain and seeking professional medical help: a theory-based review.

BMC Medical Research Methodology; 2013 Jan;13(1):15.
Baxter, SK, & Allmark, P.

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Health Inequalities
Assessing the health benefits of advice services: using research evidence and logic model methods to explore complex pathways.

Health and Social Care in the Community, 2013;21(1):59-68
Allmark, P, & Baxter, S.

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Health Inequalities
Prospects for progress on health inequalities in England in the post-primary care trust era: professional views on challenges, risks and opportunities.

BMC Public Health; 2013;13:274.
Turner D, Salway S, Mir, G et al.

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Health Inequalities
Aligning JSNA and EDS: benefits for minority ethnic communities?

Journal of Integrated Care; 2013;21(2):77 – 90.
Skinner J, Salway S, Turner D, Carter L, Mir G, Bostan B, et al.

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Health Inequalities
Can a nudge keep you warm? Using nudges to reduce excess winter deaths: insight from the Keeping Warm in Later Life Project ( KWILLT).

Journal of Public Health; 2013, 1-6.
Allmark, P & Tod, A.

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Obesity
South Yorkshire Cohort: a “cohort trials facility” study of health and weight - Protocol for the recruitment phase.

BMC Public Health; 2011;11(1):640.
Relton C, Bissell P, Smith C, Blackburn J, Cooper CL, Nicholl J, et al.

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Obesity
Decisions about weight management: a synthesis of qualitative studies of obesity.

Clinical Obesity;2011;1(2-3):99–109.
Brown I, & Gould J.

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Obesity
Weight loss and exercise in obese older adults.

The New England journal of; 2011 Jun 23;364(25):2466–7.
Bourke L, Copeland R, & Rosario D.

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Obesity
Ambivalence and obesity stigma in decisions about weight management: A qualitative study.

Health; 2012;4(12A):1562-1569.
Brown, I & McClimens, A.

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Obesity
A pilot “cohort multiple randomised controlled trial” of treatment by a homeopath for women with menopausal hot flushes.

Contemporary clinical trials [Internet]. 2012;33(5):853–9
Relton, C, O’Cathain, A, & Nicholl J.

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Stroke
Have Your Say; Involving people with communication disorders in research.

International Journal of Stroke; 2010;5(supp3):41–2.
Palmer ,R, & Paterson, G.

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Stroke
Stroke awareness among British ethnic minorities. 

Br J Community Nurs. 2010; 15:381- 384. 
Ryan T.

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Stroke
One Size Does Not Fit All: Obtaining informed consent from people with aphasia.

Advances in Clinical Neurosciences & Rehabilitation; 2011;11(2):30–1.
Palmer R, & Paterson G.

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Stroke
Computer therapy compared with usual care for people with long-standing aphasia poststroke: a pilot randomized controlled trial.

Stroke: A Journal of Cerebral Circulation; 2012;43(7):1904–11.
Palmer R, Enderby P, Cooper C, Latimer N, Julious S, Paterson G, et al.

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Stroke
Patients’ and carers’ experiences of gaining access to acute stroke care: a qualitative study.

Emergency Medicine Journal; 2012.
Harrison M, Ryan T, Gardiner C, & Jones A.

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Stroke
To what extent can people with communication difficulties contribute to health research?

Nurse Researcher. 2013;20(3)12-16
Palmer R, Paterson G.

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TaCT
Measuring the “success” of telehealth interventions.

Journal of Assistive Technologies; 2009;3(4):12–20.
Brownsell S.

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TaCT
Technologically-assisted behaviour change: a systematic review of studies of novel technologies for the management of chronic illness.

Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare; 2009;15(7):327–38.
Rosser BA, Vowles KE, Keogh E, Eccleston C, Mountain GA.

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TaCT
A horizon scanning system for identifying new telehealth innovations.

International Society for Telemedicine and eHealth; 2010;3:326–30.
Blackburn S, Cudd P, & Hawley M.

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TaCT
Developing and testing a telerehabilitation system for people following stroke: issues of usability.

Journal of Engineering Design. 2010; 21:223-236. 
Mountain G, Wilson S, Eccleston C, Mawson SJ, Hammerton J, Ware T, Zheng H, Davies R, Black N, Harris N, Stone T, Hu H.

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TaCT
Smart self management: assistive technology to support people with chronic disease.

Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare; 2010;16(4):224–7.
Zheng H, Nugent C, McCullagh P, Huang Y, Zhang S, Burns W, et al.

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TaCT
Preventative tele-health supported services for early stage chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: a protocol for a pragmatic randomized controlled trial pilot.

Trials BioMed Central Ltd; 2011 Jan;12(1):6.
Fitzsimmons D, Thompson J, Hawley M, Mountain G.

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TaCT
Interventions employing mobile technology for overweight and obesity: an early systematic review of randomized controlled trials.

Obesity Reviews: 2013 April;14(4): 279–291.
Bacigalupo R, Cudd P, Littlewood C, Bissell P, Hawley MS, & Buckley Woods H.

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TK2A
Tapping the potential of the National Institute for Health Research Collaborations for Leadership in Applied Health research and Care (CLAHRC) to develop research capacity and capability in nursing.

Journal of Research in Nursing; 2010;15(3):215–25.
Gerrish, K.

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TK2A
Testing the Consolidated Framework for Implementation Research on health care innovations from South Yorkshire.

Journal of evaluation in clinical practice; 2012 Jul 4;1–10. Available from:
Ilott I, Gerrish K, Booth A, Field B.

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UCHD
Design-Led Service Improvement for Older People.

Australasian Medical Journal; 2010 Aug;465–70.
Wolstenholme D.

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UCHD
Maternal obesity support services: a qualitative study of the perspectives of women and midwives.

BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth; 2011;11(1):69.
Furness PJ, McSeveny K, Arden M, Garland C, Dearden A, & Soltani H.

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UCHD
Women’s and Midwives' Perspectives on the Design of a Text Messaging Support for Maternal Obesity Services: An Exploratory Study.

Journal of Obesity; 2012.
Soltani H, Furness P, & Arden M.

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