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The Bumps and BaBies Longitudinal Study (BaBBLeS): A multi-site cohort study of first-time mothers to evaluate the effectiveness of the Baby Buddy app (2019)
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Deave, T., Ginja, S., Goodenough, T., Bailey, E., Piwek, L., Coad, J., …Lingam, R. (2019). The Bumps and BaBies Longitudinal Study (BaBBLeS): A multi-site cohort study of first-time mothers to evaluate the effectiveness of the Baby Buddy app. mHealth, 5, https://doi.org/10.21037/mhealth.2019.08.05

Background: Health mobile applications (apps) have become very popular, including apps specifically designed to support women during the ante- and postnatal periods. However, there is currently limited evidence for the effectiveness of such apps at... Read More about The Bumps and BaBies Longitudinal Study (BaBBLeS): A multi-site cohort study of first-time mothers to evaluate the effectiveness of the Baby Buddy app.

Associations between social support, mental wellbeing, self-efficacy and technology use in first-time antenatal women: data from the BaBBLeS cohort study (2018)
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Ginja, S., Coad, J., Bailey, E., Kendall, S., Goodenough, T., Nightingale, S., …Lingam, R. (2018). Associations between social support, mental wellbeing, self-efficacy and technology use in first-time antenatal women: data from the BaBBLeS cohort study. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth, 18(1), 441. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12884-018-2049-x

BACKGROUND: Information and communication technologies are used increasingly to facilitate social networks and support women during the perinatal period. This paper presents data on how technology use affects the association between women's social su... Read More about Associations between social support, mental wellbeing, self-efficacy and technology use in first-time antenatal women: data from the BaBBLeS cohort study.

Keeping children safe: A multicentre programme of research to increase the evidence base for preventing unintentional injuries in the home in the under-fives (2017)
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Kendrick, D., Ablewhite, J., Achana, F., Benford, P., Clacy, R., Coffey, F., …Zou, K. (2017). Keeping children safe: A multicentre programme of research to increase the evidence base for preventing unintentional injuries in the home in the under-fives. Programme Grants for Applied Research, 5(14), 1-834. https://doi.org/10.3310/pgfar05140

Background Unintentional injuries among 0- to 4-year-olds are a major public health problem incurring substantial NHS, individual and societal costs. However, evidence on the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of preventative interventions is la... Read More about Keeping children safe: A multicentre programme of research to increase the evidence base for preventing unintentional injuries in the home in the under-fives.

Children and young people's behaviour in accidental dwelling fires: A systematic review of the qualitative literature (2017)
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Mytton, J., Goodenough, T., & Novak, C. (2017). Children and young people's behaviour in accidental dwelling fires: A systematic review of the qualitative literature. Safety Science, 96, 143-149. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ssci.2017.03.019

© 2017 Elsevier Ltd Children and young people are considered one of the most vulnerable population groups when exposed to accidental dwelling fires. Understanding how children behave in these circumstances and the reasons for their decision making ar... Read More about Children and young people's behaviour in accidental dwelling fires: A systematic review of the qualitative literature.

Evaluating implementation of a fireprevention injury prevention briefing in children's centres: Cluster randomised controlled trial (2017)
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Deave, T., Hawkins, A., Kumar, A., Hayes, M., Cooper, N., Watson, M., …Kendrick, D. (2017). Evaluating implementation of a fireprevention injury prevention briefing in children's centres: Cluster randomised controlled trial. PLoS ONE, 12(3), https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0172584

Background Many developed countries have high mortality rates for fire-related deaths in children aged 0-14 years with steep social gradients. Evidence-based interventions to promote fire safety practices exist, but the impact of implementing a rang... Read More about Evaluating implementation of a fireprevention injury prevention briefing in children's centres: Cluster randomised controlled trial.

Poison prevention practices and medically attended poisoning in young children: Multicentre case-control study (2016)
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Kendrick, D., Majsak-Newman, G., Benford, P., Coupland, C., Timblin, C., Hayes, M., …Reading, R. (2016). Poison prevention practices and medically attended poisoning in young children: Multicentre case-control study. Injury Prevention, 22(S2), A146-A147. https://doi.org/10.1136/injuryprev-2016-042156.400

Introduction Childhood poisonings are common, placing a substantial burden on health services. Case-control studies have found inconsistent evidence about modifiable risk factors for poisonings amongst 0-4 year olds. This study quantifies associatio... Read More about Poison prevention practices and medically attended poisoning in young children: Multicentre case-control study.

Barriers and facilitators to delivering injury prevention interventions in English children’s centres (2016)
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McDaid, L. A., Goodenough, T., Kay, B., Deave, T., Towner, E., Stewart, J., …Kendrick, D. (2016). Barriers and facilitators to delivering injury prevention interventions in English children’s centres. International Journal of Health Promotion and Education, 54(2), 60-71. https://doi.org/10.1080/14635240.2015.1065710

© 2015 Institute of Health Promotion and Education. The aim of this study is to understand barriers and facilitators to the delivery of injury prevention programmes in English children’s centres (CCs). Unintentional injury is a major cause of disabil... Read More about Barriers and facilitators to delivering injury prevention interventions in English children’s centres.

Risk and protective factors for falls on one level in young children: Multicentre case–control study (2015)
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Benford, P., Benford, P., Young, B., Coupland, C., Watson, M., Hindmarch, P., …Kendrick, D. (2015). Risk and protective factors for falls on one level in young children: Multicentre case–control study. Injury Prevention, 21(6), 381-388. https://doi.org/10.1136/injuryprev-2015-041581

© 2015, BMJ. All rights reserved. Background Childhood falls are an important global public health problem, but there is lack of evidence about their prevention. Falls on one level result in considerable morbidity and they are costly to health servic... Read More about Risk and protective factors for falls on one level in young children: Multicentre case–control study.

Approaches used by parents to keep their children safe at home: A qualitative study to explore the perspectives of parents with children aged under five years (2015)
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Ablewhite, J., McDaid, L., Hawkins, A., Peel, I., Goodenough, T., Deave, T., …Kendrick, D. (2015). Approaches used by parents to keep their children safe at home: A qualitative study to explore the perspectives of parents with children aged under five years. BMC Public Health, 15(1), https://doi.org/10.1186/s12889-015-2252-x

© 2015 Ablewhite et al. Background: Childhood unintentional injury represents an important global health problem. Many unintentional injuries experienced by children aged under 5 years occur within the home and are preventable. The aim of this study... Read More about Approaches used by parents to keep their children safe at home: A qualitative study to explore the perspectives of parents with children aged under five years.

Parental perceptions of barriers and facilitators to preventing child unintentional injuries within the home: A qualitative study (2015)
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Ablewhite, J., Peel, I., McDaid, L., Hawkins, A., Goodenough, T., Deave, T., …Kendrick, D. (2015). Parental perceptions of barriers and facilitators to preventing child unintentional injuries within the home: A qualitative study. BMC Public Health, 15(280), https://doi.org/10.1186/s12889-015-1547-2

Background: Childhood unintentional injury represents an important global health problem. Most of these injuries occur at home, and many are preventable. The main aim of this study was to identify key facilitators and barriers for parents in keeping... Read More about Parental perceptions of barriers and facilitators to preventing child unintentional injuries within the home: A qualitative study.

Implementing an Injury Prevention Briefing to aid delivery of key fire safety messages in UK children's centres: Qualitative study nested within a multi-centre randomised controlled trial (2014)
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Beckett, K., Goodenough, T., Deave, T., Jaeckle, S., McDaid, L., Benford, P., …Kendrick, D. (2014). Implementing an Injury Prevention Briefing to aid delivery of key fire safety messages in UK children's centres: Qualitative study nested within a multi-centre randomised controlled trial. BMC Public Health, 14(1), 1256-1569. https://doi.org/10.1186/1471-2458-14-1256

© 2014 Beckett et al.; licensee BioMed Central Ltd. Background: To improve the translation of public health evidence into practice, there is a need to increase practitioner involvement in initiative development, to place greater emphasis on contextua... Read More about Implementing an Injury Prevention Briefing to aid delivery of key fire safety messages in UK children's centres: Qualitative study nested within a multi-centre randomised controlled trial.


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