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Effect of novel technology-enabled multidimensional physical activity feedback in primary care patients at risk of chronic disease – the MIPACT study: A randomised controlled trial (2020)
Journal Article
Chowdhury, E. A., Batterham, A. M., Western, M. J., Peacock, O. J., Peacock, O., Western, M., …Thompson, D. (2020). Effect of novel technology-enabled multidimensional physical activity feedback in primary care patients at risk of chronic disease – the MIPACT study: A randomised controlled trial. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 17, https://doi.org/10.1186/s12966-020-00998-5

© 2020 The Author(s). Background: Technological progress has enabled the provision of personalised feedback across multiple dimensions of physical activity that are important for health. Whether this multidimensional approach supports physical activi... Read More about Effect of novel technology-enabled multidimensional physical activity feedback in primary care patients at risk of chronic disease – the MIPACT study: A randomised controlled trial.

Public responses to volunteer community care: Propositions for old age and end of life (2019)
Journal Article
Tapp, A., Nancarrow, C., Morey, Y., Warren, S., Bowtell, N., & Verne, J. (2019). Public responses to volunteer community care: Propositions for old age and end of life. PLoS ONE, 14(7), https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0218597

Background Funding shortages and an ageing population have increased pressures on state or insurance funded end of life care for older people. Across the world, policy debate has arisen about the potential role volunteers can play, working alongside... Read More about Public responses to volunteer community care: Propositions for old age and end of life.

Political Affiliation and Population Views on the Role of Family and Volunteer Carers to Supplement State Provision in End of Life Care in England (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Verne, J., Tapp, A., Nancarrow, C., Warren, S., & Morey, Y. (2019, May). Political Affiliation and Population Views on the Role of Family and Volunteer Carers to Supplement State Provision in End of Life Care in England. Poster presented at 16th World Congress of the European Association for Palliative Care, Berlin, Germany

Political affiliation and population views on the role of family and volunteer carers to supplement state provision in end of life care in England Alan Tapp, Clive Nancarrow, Yvette Morey, Stella Warren, Julia Verne Background: In England politicia... Read More about Political Affiliation and Population Views on the Role of Family and Volunteer Carers to Supplement State Provision in End of Life Care in England.

One in ten older adults aged >45 years report having no-one to turn to for help at the end of life apart from professionals - Who are they? (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Verne, J., Tapp, A., Nancarrow, C., Morey, Y., & Warren, S. (2019, May). One in ten older adults aged >45 years report having no-one to turn to for help at the end of life apart from professionals - Who are they?. Poster presented at 16th World Congress of the European Association for Palliative Care (EPAC), Berlin, Germany

- Background: There is increased interest in the impact of living alone and loneliness on people’s wellbeing at the end of life and practicality of providing care, especially at home. In a nationally representative sample of 3,590 people aged >45 yea... Read More about One in ten older adults aged >45 years report having no-one to turn to for help at the end of life apart from professionals - Who are they?.

The effect of ‘smart’ financial incentives on driving behaviour of novice drivers (2018)
Journal Article
Mortimer, D., Wijnands, J., Harris, A., Tapp, A., & Stevenson, M. (2018). The effect of ‘smart’ financial incentives on driving behaviour of novice drivers. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 119, 68-79. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.aap.2018.06.014

© 2018 Elsevier Ltd Recent studies have demonstrated that financial incentives can improve driving behaviour but high-value incentives are unlikely to be cost-effective and attempts to amplify the impact of low-value incentives have so far proven dis... Read More about The effect of ‘smart’ financial incentives on driving behaviour of novice drivers.

Youth engagement with alcohol brands in the UK (2017)
Report
Morey, Y., Eadie, D., Purves, R., Hooper, L., Gillian, R., Warren, S., …Tapp, A. (2017). Youth engagement with alcohol brands in the UK

Report from Cancer Research UK, University of the West of England and University of Stirling which explores how young people engage with alcohol brands

Adolescent self-harm in the community: An update on prevalence using a self-report survey of adolescents aged 13-18 in England (2017)
Journal Article
Morey, Y., Mellon, D., Dailami, N., Verne, J., & Tapp, A. (2017). Adolescent self-harm in the community: An update on prevalence using a self-report survey of adolescents aged 13-18 in England. Journal of Public Health, 39(1), 58-64. https://doi.org/10.1093/pubmed/fdw010

© The Author 2016. Published by Oxford University Press on behalf of Faculty of Public Health. All rights reserved. Background To establish an estimate of prevalence in a nationally representative sample of community adolescents. To examine associati... Read More about Adolescent self-harm in the community: An update on prevalence using a self-report survey of adolescents aged 13-18 in England.

Vicious or virtuous circles? Exploring the vulnerability of drivers to break low urban speed limits (2016)
Journal Article
Tapp, A., Nancarrow, C., Davis, A., & Jones, S. (2016). Vicious or virtuous circles? Exploring the vulnerability of drivers to break low urban speed limits. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 91, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tra.2016.06.007

Levels of support for 20mph limits in Great Britain are consistently high. However, these positive attitudes are not translating into similarly positive behaviour changes in terms of complying with these new speed limits. Recent research from the aut... Read More about Vicious or virtuous circles? Exploring the vulnerability of drivers to break low urban speed limits.

Great Britain adults’ opinions on cycling: Implications for policy (2016)
Journal Article
Tapp, A., Davis, A., Nancarrow, C., & Jones, S. (in press). Great Britain adults’ opinions on cycling: Implications for policy. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 89, 14-28. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tra.2016.05.001

In its neglect of cycling, the transport policy history of Great Britain is typical of many car-dependent societies. Policy inertia with respect to sustainable travel may be driven by the assumptions that, firstly, most households have access to the... Read More about Great Britain adults’ opinions on cycling: Implications for policy.

The use of social marketing in promoting cycling (2015)
Book Chapter
Tapp, A., & Parkin, J. (2015). The use of social marketing in promoting cycling. In J. Parkin, & R. Gerike (Eds.), Cycling Futures: From Research into Practice, 183-205. Ashgate

This chapter explores the use of social marketing to increase the use of the bicycle as a mode of everyday travel. The popularity and level of use of a particular transport mode will broadly result from two factors: the quality of experience of that... Read More about The use of social marketing in promoting cycling.

Multidimensional individualised Physical ACTivity (Mi-PACT) - a technology-enabled intervention to promote physical activity in primary care: Study protocol for a randomised controlled trial (2015)
Journal Article
Peacock, O. J., Western, M. J., Batterham, A. M., Stathi, A., Standage, M., Tapp, A., …Thompson, D. (2015). Multidimensional individualised Physical ACTivity (Mi-PACT) - a technology-enabled intervention to promote physical activity in primary care: Study protocol for a randomised controlled trial. Trials, 16(1), https://doi.org/10.1186/s13063-015-0892-x

© 2015 Peacock et al. Background: Low physical activity is a major public health problem. New cost-effective approaches that stimulate meaningful long-term changes in physical activity are required, especially within primary care settings. It is beco... Read More about Multidimensional individualised Physical ACTivity (Mi-PACT) - a technology-enabled intervention to promote physical activity in primary care: Study protocol for a randomised controlled trial.

Support and compliance with 20 mph speed limits in Great Britain (2015)
Journal Article
Tapp, A., Nancarrow, C., & Davis, A. (2015). Support and compliance with 20 mph speed limits in Great Britain. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, 31, 36-53. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.trf.2015.03.002

© 2015 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved. There are a number of challenges relating to both the support of and compliance with speed limits. The introduction of 20 mph limits in Great Britain is no exception: the recent rise in the deployment of thes... Read More about Support and compliance with 20 mph speed limits in Great Britain.

Analysing cycling as a social practice: An empirical grounding for behaviour change (2015)
Journal Article
Spotswood, F., Chatterton, T., Tapp, A., & Williams, D. (2015). Analysing cycling as a social practice: An empirical grounding for behaviour change. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, 29, 22-23. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.trf.2014.12.001

Despite significant national and local efforts over the last decade to stimulate uptake of cycling in the UK, levels of cycling (particularly utility cycling) remain at around 2% of journeys. Understanding of cycling behaviour and subsequent developm... Read More about Analysing cycling as a social practice: An empirical grounding for behaviour change.

Road wars? The role of language in perceptions of bikes and cars sharing the road: Possible implications for social marketing interventions (2014)
Presentation / Conference
Tapp, A., Rundle-Thiele, S., Anibaldi, R., Warren, S., & Beardmore, A. (2014, December). Road wars? The role of language in perceptions of bikes and cars sharing the road: Possible implications for social marketing interventions. Paper presented at Australian Association of Social Marketing Conference (ANZMAC)

In ‘(re)emerging cycling regions’ such as Australia and the United Kingdom, cycling has experienced increased interest as a viable form of everyday transport as an alternative to cars and public transport, as well as growing popularity as leisure or... Read More about Road wars? The role of language in perceptions of bikes and cars sharing the road: Possible implications for social marketing interventions.

Online access panels for surveys on public health and epidemiology (2014)
Report
Nancarrow, C., & Tapp, A. (2014). Online access panels for surveys on public health and epidemiology

In both the private and public sectors research on attitudes and behaviour is often carried out using “online access panels” – panels sometimes consisting of hundreds of thousands of members of the public who have agreed to answer questionnaires on a... Read More about Online access panels for surveys on public health and epidemiology.

Can social marketing make 20mph the new norm? (2014)
Journal Article
Toy, S., Tapp, A., Musselwhite, C., & Davis, A. (2014). Can social marketing make 20mph the new norm?. Journal of Transport and Health, 1(3), 165-173. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jth.2014.05.003

© 2014 Elsevier Ltd. This paper reports the findings of a study that explored the possible role for social marketing in supporting compliance with 20. mph signs-only speed limits. The study, completed in July 2012, involved a review of the literature... Read More about Can social marketing make 20mph the new norm?.

From the 4Ps to COM-SM: Reconfiguring the social marketing mix (2013)
Journal Article
Gordon, R., Tapp, A., & Spotswood, F. (2013). From the 4Ps to COM-SM: Reconfiguring the social marketing mix. Journal of Social Marketing, 3(3), 206-222. https://doi.org/10.1108/JSOCM-01-2013-0011

In this paper, the authors aim to contend that the 4Ps of social marketing have been stretched beyond breaking point. Originally designed for social marketing mixes that contained products and prices, the social marketing 4Ps are no longer fit for pu... Read More about From the 4Ps to COM-SM: Reconfiguring the social marketing mix.