Ms Aileen Paton

Research Co-ordinator

Institute for Social Marketing University of Stirling, Stirling, FK9 4LA

Ms Aileen Paton

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About me

Aileen joined the Institute for Social Marketing (formerly the Centre for Social Marketing at the University of Strathclyde) in 1990 as the Secretary and continued in that role for many years. She is now the Research Co-ordinator within ISM and deals with financial administration and costing aspects.

Research (14)


COmmunities Facilitating incREasing Smoke-free Homes’ (CO-FRESH)
PI: Dr Sean Semple
Funded by: Medical Research Council

From fuel to pot: an interdisciplinary partnership to address the role of solid fuel use in food preparation in the household in Kenya and Malawi.
PI: Dr Isabelle Uny
Funded by: Arts and Humanities Research Council

Long Covid: Amplifying the voices of people with lived experience to improve understanding, support, treatment and education. Share-to-improve: Long Covid experience (COv-VOICES) Study
PI: Professor Kate Hunt
Funded by: Chief Scientist Office

Exploring the management of alcohol problems in Deep End general practices in Scotland
PI: Dr Andrea Mohan
Funded by: Scottish Health Action on Alcohol Problems

Methods of assessing perinatal anxiety: The acceptability, effectiveness and feasibility of different approaches
PI: Professor Helen Cheyne
Funded by: National Institute for Health Research

Non-communicable lung disease in Kenya: from burden and early life determinants to participatory inter-disciplinary solutions (Tupumue)
PI: Dr Heather Price
Funded by: Medical Research Council

Alcohol Research Network (ACORN) UK/ROI
PI: Professor Niamh Fitzgerald
Funded by: Economic and Social Research Council

Limiting virus transmission during a Sporting Mega Event: COVID 19 and UEFA EURO 2020
PI: Dr Richard Purves
Funded by: Economic and Social Research Council

Protecting those who care for us: domiciliary workers and exposure to second-hand smoke (stage 1)
PI: Dr Sean Semple
Funded by: The Colt Foundation

Alcohol Marketing Restrictions: Learning from International Implementation - Case Study Interviews
PI: Dr Richard Purves
Funded by: Alcohol Focus Scotland

The Role of E-cigarettes in the Implementation of Smokefree Prisons and Ongoing Management
PI: Professor Kate Hunt
Funded by: Cancer Research UK

Exploring Food Marketing Through Digital Media
PI: Dr Nathan Critchlow
Funded by: Cancer Research UK

The Effect of Gambling Marketing and Advertising on Children, Young People and Vulnerable People
Funded by: Responsible Gambling Trust

Exploring the impact of removing less healthy food from retail checkouts
PI: Ms Martine Stead
Funded by: Department of Health

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