NMAHP

NMAHP comprises:

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People (17)

People

Professor Helen Cheyne

Professor Helen Cheyne

Personal Chair, NMAHP

Dr Kirsty Darwent

Dr Kirsty Darwent

Honorary Research Fellow, NMAHP

Professor Edward Duncan

Professor Edward Duncan

Professor, NMAHP

Dr Barbara Farquharson

Dr Barbara Farquharson

Associate Professor, NMAHP

Dr Lynne Gilmour

Dr Lynne Gilmour

Research Fellow, NMAHP

Dr Hannah Hale

Dr Hannah Hale

Research Fellow, NMAHP

Professor Pat Hoddinott

Professor Pat Hoddinott

Chair in Primary Care, NMAHP

Ms Louise Honeybul

Ms Louise Honeybul

Research Assistant, NMAHP

Dr Lisa Macaulay

Dr Lisa Macaulay

Trial Manager, NMAHP

Professor Margaret Maxwell

Professor Margaret Maxwell

Director of NMAHP Research Unit, NMAHP

Miss Stacey McNicol

Miss Stacey McNicol

Research Fellow, NMAHP

Dr Sikhululekile Ncube

Dr Sikhululekile Ncube

Research Fellow, Education

Mr Islam Nosseir

Mr Islam Nosseir

Research Assistant, NMAHP

Ms Claire Torrens

Ms Claire Torrens

Research Fellow, NMAHP

Professor Mary Wells

Professor Mary Wells

Honorary Professor, NMAHP

Dr Naomi White

Dr Naomi White

Research Fellow, NMAHP

Professor Anne Whittaker

Professor Anne Whittaker

Professor of Nursing, NMAHP

Outputs (816)

Outputs

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Conference Proceeding

Hoddinott P (2024) Cultural adaptation of a text message library designed to support diet, activity and weight management behaviour in the postpartum period in the UK: the Supporting MumS (SMS) Study. In: 14th European Nutrition Conference FENS, November 2023, Belgrade, Belgrade, 14.11.2023-17.11.2023. https://doi.org/10.3390/proceedings2023091311


Article

Ayers S, Coates R, Sinesi A, Cheyne H, Maxwell M, Best C, McNicol S, Williams LR, Uddin N, Hutton U, Howard G, Shakespeare J, Walker JJ, Alderdice F, Jomeen J & the MAP Study Team (2024) Assessment of perinatal anxiety: diagnostic accuracy of five measures. The British Journal of Psychiatry, Online first, pp. 1-7. https://doi.org/10.1192/bjp.2023.174


Conference Proceeding

Hoddinott P, Torrens C, O'Dolan C & Macaulay L (2024) Experiences of a text message delivered behavioural weight management intervention (with or without financial incentives) for men living with obesity, and their co-morbid mental health problems.. In: , Belfast, 14.09.2023-15.09.2024.


Article

Gadsby EW, Brown C, Crawford C, Dale G, Duncan E, Galbraith L, Gold K, Hibberd C, McFarland A, McGlashan J, McInnes M, McNaughton J, Murray J, Teodorowski P & Thomson J (2023) Test, evidence, transition projects in Scotland: developing the evidence needed for transition of effective interventions in cancer care from innovation into mainstream practice. BMC Cancer, 23 (1). https://doi.org/10.1186/s12885-023-11592-w


Article

Knox O, Parker D, Johnson D, Dombrowski SU, Thomson G, Clarke J, Hoddinott P, Jolly K & Ingram J (2023) Text message conversations between peer supporters and women to deliver infant feeding support using behaviour change techniques: A qualitative analysis. Midwifery, 127, Art. No.: 103838. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.midw.2023.103838


Article

Clarke J, Dombrowski SU, Gkini E, Hoddinott P, Ingram J, MacArthur C, Moss N, Ocansey L, Roberts T, Thomson G, Sanders J, Sitch AJ, Stubbs C, Taylor B & Tearne S (2023) Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of Assets-based feeding help Before and After birth (ABA-feed) for improving breastfeeding initiation and continuation: protocol for a multicentre randomised controlled trial (Version 3.0). BMJ Open, 13, Art. No.: e075460. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2023-075460


Article

Nicoll A, Roulstone S, Williams B & Maxwell M (2023) Understanding capacity for implementing new interventions: A qualitative study of speech and language therapy services for children with speech sound disorder. International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders. https://doi.org/10.1111/1460-6984.12979


Speech

France E, Caes L, Uny I, Forbat L, Silveira Bianchim M, Noyes J, Jordan A, Turley R & Thomson K (2023) How children and young people with chronic pain and their families experience and perceive pain services and treatments and living with pain: a meta-ethnography. Lothian Health and Care Professions Research Conference 2023, Edinburgh, Scotland, 07.11.2023.


Article

Greiner BA, Leduc C, O’Brien C, Cresswell-Smith J, Rugulies R, Wahlbeck K, Abdulla K, Amann BL, Pashoja AC, Coppens E, Corcoran P, Maxwell M, Ross V, de Winter L & Arensman E (2023) The effectiveness of organisational-level workplace mental health interventions on mental health and wellbeing in construction workers: A systematic review and recommended research agenda. PLOS ONE, 17 (11), Art. No.: e0277114. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0277114


Review

France E, Uny I, Turley R, Thomson K, Noyes J, Jordan A, Forbat L, Caes L & Silveira Bianchim M (2023) A meta-ethnography of how children and young people with chronic non-cancer pain and their families experience and understand their condition, pain services, and treatments. Cochrane Pain, Palliative and Supportive Care Group (Editor) Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, 2023 (10), Art. No.: CD014873. https://doi.org/10.1002/14651858.cd014873.pub2


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Projects (115)

Projects

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Long Covid and Critical Service Occupations: impact on Employees and Organisations
PI: Dr Alice MacLean
Funded by: Chief Scientist Office

Chitetetzo: improving adolescent road safety and reducing road traffic collisions
PI: Professor Edward Duncan
Funded by: Medical Research Council

Improving outcomes of out of hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA): applying behavioural science to enhance dispatcher assistance and increase rates of cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
PI: Dr Barbara Farquharson
Funded by: British Heart Foundation

Governing parental opioid use: a relational ethnography
PI: Professor Anne Whittaker
Funded by: Economic and Social Research Council

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

Mental Health Promotion and Intervention in Occupational Settings: MENTUPP
PI: Professor Margaret Maxwell
Funded by: European Commission (Horizon 2020)

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

A meta-ethnography of how children and young people with chronic non-cancer pain and their families experience and understand their condition, pain services and treatments
PI: Dr Emma France
Funded by: National Institute for Health Research

Outpatient cervical ripening for induction of labour
PI: Professor Helen Cheyne
Funded by: National Institute for Health Research

Understanding the contextual factors that impact on the effective provision of opiate substitution therapy (OST) and needle and syringe programmes (NSP) in the UK: a multi-method study and realist evaluation of what works, for whom and under what circumstances
PI: Professor Catriona Matheson
Funded by: National Institute for Health Research

Clinical Academic Careers for Scotland
PI: Professor Margaret Maxwell
Funded by: Scottish Government

Improving the mental health of farmers: preferences and feasibility for community based supports.
PI: Professor Margaret Maxwell
Funded by: Chief Scientist Office

Improving Maternal Mental Health in South East Asia through assets based approaches
PI: Professor Margaret Maxwell
Funded by: Medical Research Council

Developing a behavioural intervention to increase lay-people's intentions to initiate CPR in the event of Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest (OHCA)
PI: Dr Barbara Farquharson
Funded by: Medical Research Council

Tender Distress Brief Intervention
PI: Professor Edward Duncan
Funded by: Scottish Government

DBI COVID study
PI: Professor Edward Duncan
Funded by: Scottish Government

Creating Safe Handover Systems In Pre-Hospital Care
PI:
Funded by: Chief Scientist Office

Gordon Aikman MND Scholarship
PI: Professor Edward Duncan
Funded by: Scottish Government and MND Scotland

Perinatal Mental Health Assessment and Treatment: an evidence Synthesis and Conceptual Framework of Barriers and Facilitators to Implementation
PI: Professor Helen Cheyne
Funded by: National Institute for Health Research

Home BP monitoring in pregnancy - Covid 19
PI: Professor Helen Cheyne
Funded by: Scottish Government

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