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Action 3:30R: A cluster randomised feasibility study of a revised teaching assistant-led extracurricular physical activity intervention for 8-10 year olds (2019)
Journal Article
Jago, R., Tibbitts, B., Porter, A., Sanderson, E., Bird, E., Powell, J., …Sebire, S. (2019). Action 3:30R: A cluster randomised feasibility study of a revised teaching assistant-led extracurricular physical activity intervention for 8-10 year olds. Public Health Research, 7(19), https://doi.org/10.3310/phr07190

Abstract Background Many children do not meet the recommended guidelines for physical activity (PA). The after-school period may be a critical time for children to participate in PA. Teaching assistants are important within the school system and c... Read More about Action 3:30R: A cluster randomised feasibility study of a revised teaching assistant-led extracurricular physical activity intervention for 8-10 year olds.

General practice referral of ‘at risk’ populations to community leisure services: Applying the RE-AIM framework to evaluate the impact of a community-based physical activity programme for inactive adults with long-term conditions (2019)
Journal Article
Bird, E., Biddle, M., & Powell, J. (2019). General practice referral of ‘at risk’ populations to community leisure services: Applying the RE-AIM framework to evaluate the impact of a community-based physical activity programme for inactive adults with long-term conditions. BMC Public Health, 19(1), https://doi.org/10.1186/s12889-019-7701-5

Background: In the UK a high proportion of adults with long-term conditions do not engage in regular physical activity. General practice (GP) referral to community-based physical activity is one strategy that has gained traction in recent years. Howe... Read More about General practice referral of ‘at risk’ populations to community leisure services: Applying the RE-AIM framework to evaluate the impact of a community-based physical activity programme for inactive adults with long-term conditions.

Action 3:30R: Process evaluation of a cluster randomised feasibility study of a revised teaching assistant-led extracurricular physical activity intervention for 8 to 10 year olds (2019)
Journal Article
Tibbitts, B., Porter, A., Sebire, S., Bird, E., Sanderson, E., Metcalfe, C., …Jago, R. (2019). Action 3:30R: Process evaluation of a cluster randomised feasibility study of a revised teaching assistant-led extracurricular physical activity intervention for 8 to 10 year olds. BMC Public Health, 19(1), https://doi.org/10.1186/s12889-019-7347-3

Background: Numerous interventions to increase children's physical activity levels are published, yet, few studies report indicators of external validity. Process evaluations are critical for assessing intervention implementation, sustainability and... Read More about Action 3:30R: Process evaluation of a cluster randomised feasibility study of a revised teaching assistant-led extracurricular physical activity intervention for 8 to 10 year olds.

Implementation of ‘CLICK into Activity’ in South Somerset: Social prescribing through general practice referral of ‘at risk’ populations to community leisure services (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Bird, E., Kok, M., & Powell, J. (2019, March). Implementation of ‘CLICK into Activity’ in South Somerset: Social prescribing through general practice referral of ‘at risk’ populations to community leisure services. Paper presented at South West Public Health Scientific Conference

Aim: This study used the Reach, Effectiveness, Adoption, Implementation and Maintenance (RE-AIM) framework to evaluate the impact of CLICK into Activity, a 12-week community-based physical activity programme for inactive adults with (or at risk of) l... Read More about Implementation of ‘CLICK into Activity’ in South Somerset: Social prescribing through general practice referral of ‘at risk’ populations to community leisure services.

Spatial planning and health: From evidence identification to implementation (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Bird, E., Ige, J., & Pilkington, P. (2019, March). Spatial planning and health: From evidence identification to implementation. Presented at Spatial Planning for Health Seminar

On Thursday 14th March 2019 Paul Pilkington, Emma Bird and Janet Ige (CPHWB) attended the first annual Public Health England Spatial Planning for Health seminar at The Oval cricket ground in London. The team were invited to deliver the opening presen... Read More about Spatial planning and health: From evidence identification to implementation.

Systematic review of community business related approaches to health and social care (2019)
Report
McClean, S., Ismail, S., Powell, J., Jones, M., Kimberlee, R., Bird, E., & Shaw, P. Systematic review of community business related approaches to health and social care

This report provides insight into the impact of community business-related approaches to health and social care on users’ outcomes, in particular exploring how effective they are in delivering outcomes for users. Community businesses are rooted with... Read More about Systematic review of community business related approaches to health and social care.

Action 3:30R: Results of a cluster randomised feasibility study of a revised teaching assistant-led extracurricular physical activity intervention for 8 to 10 year olds (2019)
Journal Article
Jago, R., Tibbitts, B., Sanderson, E., Bird, E. L., Porter, A., Metcalfe, C., …Sebire, S. J. (2019). Action 3:30R: Results of a cluster randomised feasibility study of a revised teaching assistant-led extracurricular physical activity intervention for 8 to 10 year olds. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 16(1), 131. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph16010131

Many children are not sufficiently physically active. We conducted a cluster-randomised feasibility trial of a revised after-school physical activity (PA) programme delivered by trained teaching assistants (TAs) to assess the potential evidence of pr... Read More about Action 3:30R: Results of a cluster randomised feasibility study of a revised teaching assistant-led extracurricular physical activity intervention for 8 to 10 year olds.

Implementation of ‘CLICK into Activity’ in South Somerset: Social prescribing through primary care referral of ‘at risk’ populations to community leisure services: Full evaluation report (2018)
Report
Bird, E., & Powell, J. Implementation of ‘CLICK into Activity’ in South Somerset: Social prescribing through primary care referral of ‘at risk’ populations to community leisure services: Full evaluation report

In March 2013, Sport England launched a Lottery-funded initiative called ‘Get Healthy Get Active’ (GHGA), investing in numerous UK-based projects designed to tackle inactivity through participation in sport. CLICK into Activity, a social prescribin... Read More about Implementation of ‘CLICK into Activity’ in South Somerset: Social prescribing through primary care referral of ‘at risk’ populations to community leisure services: Full evaluation report.

Exploring the multidisciplinary extent of public health career structures in 12 countries: an exploratory mapping (2018)
Journal Article
Manyara, A., Buunaaisie, C., Annett, H., Bird, E., Bray, I., Ige, J., …Evans, D. (2018). Exploring the multidisciplinary extent of public health career structures in 12 countries: an exploratory mapping. Journal of Public Health, 40(4), e538-e544. https://doi.org/10.1093/pubmed/fdy057

Background: While much is known about multidisciplinary public health (MDPH) professional practice in the UK which developed particularly in the 1990s, little is known about it in other settings especially low and middle-income countries (LMICs). Thi... Read More about Exploring the multidisciplinary extent of public health career structures in 12 countries: an exploratory mapping.

The effectiveness of a 20 mph speed limit intervention on vehicle speeds in Bristol, UK: A non-randomised stepped wedge design (2018)
Journal Article
Bornioli, A., Bray, I., Pilkington, P., & Bird, E. L. (2018). The effectiveness of a 20 mph speed limit intervention on vehicle speeds in Bristol, UK: A non-randomised stepped wedge design. Journal of Transport and Health, 11, 47-55. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jth.2018.09.009

© 2018 Elsevier Ltd Twenty mph (32.2 km/h) speed limits across urban areas are becoming a widespread tool for public health and road danger reduction globally. Determining the effectiveness of these interventions on motorised vehicle speeds is a cruc... Read More about The effectiveness of a 20 mph speed limit intervention on vehicle speeds in Bristol, UK: A non-randomised stepped wedge design.

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.

Public knowledge and behaviours relating to antibiotic use in Gulf Cooperation Council countries: A systematic review (2018)
Journal Article
Almohammed, R. A., & Bird, E. L. (2019). Public knowledge and behaviours relating to antibiotic use in Gulf Cooperation Council countries: A systematic review. Journal of Infection and Public Health, 12(2), 159-166. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jiph.2018.09.002

© 2018 The Authors The aim of this review was to assess public knowledge and behaviours in relation to antibiotic use in GCC countries. A systematic review was performed using MEDLINE, EMBASE and other relevant databases. Cross-sectional studies publ... Read More about Public knowledge and behaviours relating to antibiotic use in Gulf Cooperation Council countries: A systematic review.

Implementation of ‘CLICK into Activity’ in South Somerset: Social prescribing through primary care referral of ‘at risk’ populations to community leisure services (2018)
Report
Bird, E., & Powell, J. (2018). Implementation of ‘CLICK into Activity’ in South Somerset: Social prescribing through primary care referral of ‘at risk’ populations to community leisure services

In March 2013, Sport England launched a Lottery-funded initiative called ‘Get Healthy Get Active’ (GHGA), investing in numerous UK-based projects designed to tackle inactivity through participation in sport. CLICK into Activity, a social prescribin... Read More about Implementation of ‘CLICK into Activity’ in South Somerset: Social prescribing through primary care referral of ‘at risk’ populations to community leisure services.

Promoting positive body image and tackling overweight/obesity in children and adolescents: A combined health psychology and public health approach (2018)
Journal Article
Bray, I., Slater, A., Lewis-Smith, H., Bird, E., & Sabey, A. (2018). Promoting positive body image and tackling overweight/obesity in children and adolescents: A combined health psychology and public health approach. Preventive Medicine, 116, 219-221. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ypmed.2018.08.011

© 2018 Elsevier Inc. This article draws attention to the dual global problems of disordered eating and overweight/obesity among children and adolescents. It is well recognised that the main risk factor for disordered eating is body dissatisfaction, y... Read More about Promoting positive body image and tackling overweight/obesity in children and adolescents: A combined health psychology and public health approach.

Built and natural environment planning principles for promoting health: An umbrella review (2018)
Journal Article
Bird, E., Ige, J., Pilkington, P., Pinto, A., Petrokofsky, C., & Burgess-Allen, J. (2018). Built and natural environment planning principles for promoting health: An umbrella review. BMC Public Health, 18(1), https://doi.org/10.1186/s12889-018-5870-2

© 2018 The Author(s). Background: The built and natural environment and health are inextricably linked. However, there is considerable debate surrounding the strength and quality of the evidence base underpinning principles of good practice for built... Read More about Built and natural environment planning principles for promoting health: An umbrella review.

Employability and career experiences of international graduates of MSc Public Health: a mixed methods study (2018)
Journal Article
Buunaaisie, C., Manyara, A., Annett, H., Bird, E., Bray, I., Ige, J., …Evans, D. (2018). Employability and career experiences of international graduates of MSc Public Health: a mixed methods study. Public Health, 160, 62-69. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.puhe.2018.03.032

© 2018 The Royal Society for Public Health Objectives: This article aims to describe the public health career experiences of international graduates of a Master of Science in Public Health (MSc PH) programme and to contribute to developing the eviden... Read More about Employability and career experiences of international graduates of MSc Public Health: a mixed methods study.

Predicting walking and cycling behaviour change using an extended Theory of Planned Behaviour (2018)
Journal Article
Bird, E. L., Panter, J., Baker, G., Jones, T., & Ogilvie, D. (2018). Predicting walking and cycling behaviour change using an extended Theory of Planned Behaviour. Journal of Transport and Health, 10, 11-27. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jth.2018.05.014

© 2018 The Authors Introduction: The psychological predictors of behaviour change may differ from the predictors of engaging in behaviour, and there is limited evidence on the associations between psychological constructs and changes in physical acti... Read More about Predicting walking and cycling behaviour change using an extended Theory of Planned Behaviour.

Psychological predictors of walking and cycling behaviour change: An iConnect study (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Bird, E., Panter, J., Baker, G., Jones, T., & Ogilvie, D. (2018, March). Psychological predictors of walking and cycling behaviour change: An iConnect study. Paper presented at South West Public Health Scientific Conference

Aim: This study examined whether an extended version of the Theory of Planned Behaviour (eTPB) predicted change in walking and cycling for transport and recreation using observational cohort survey data collected as part of the wider iConnect study (... Read More about Psychological predictors of walking and cycling behaviour change: An iConnect study.