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Working in social prescribing services: A qualitative study (2019)
Journal Article
Beardmore, A. (in press). Working in social prescribing services: A qualitative study. Journal of Health Organization and Management, https://doi.org/10.1108/JHOM-02-2019-0050

Purpose: Social prescribing (SP) is an emerging area of public health that has the potential to alleviate pressure on primary care by offering non-clinical solutions to health problems. Whilst there is an increasing body of literature exploring servi... Read More about Working in social prescribing services: A qualitative study.

Golden key local evaluation - Phase 3: System change (2019)
Report
Isaac, B., Bolden, R., Gasper, R., & Beardmore, A. (2019). Golden key local evaluation - Phase 3: System change

This report presents findings from Phase 3 of UWE’s Local Evaluation of Golden Key (GK), focused on understanding how GK’s system change activity has developed. The evidence is based on interviews conducted in summer 2018, with a sample of people cl... Read More about Golden key local evaluation - Phase 3: System change.

Facts4Life: Phase II evaluation of the school-based resource. Final evaluation report (2018)
Report
Bird, E., Oliver, B., Beardmore, A., & Powell, J. (2018). Facts4Life: Phase II evaluation of the school-based resource. Final evaluation report

In April 2015 members of UWE's Centre for Public Health and Wellbeing were commissioned to undertake an evaluation of a school-based intervention, known as ‘Facts4Life'. The broad aim of the evaluation was to better understand the impact of Facts4Lif... Read More about Facts4Life: Phase II evaluation of the school-based resource. Final evaluation report.

Individual differences in susceptibility to online influence: A theoretical review (2017)
Journal Article
Joinson, A. N., Williams, E. J., & Beardmore, A. (2017). Individual differences in susceptibility to online influence: A theoretical review. Computers in Human Behavior, 72, 412-421. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chb.2017.03.002

© 2017 The Authors Scams and other malicious attempts to influence people are continuing to proliferate across the globe, aided by the availability of technology that makes it increasingly easy to create communications that appear to come from legiti... Read More about Individual differences in susceptibility to online influence: A theoretical review.

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.