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Dr Stephan Dombrowski
Professor Linda Sharp
Developing and validating a theoretical measure of modifiable influences on hormonal therapy medication taking behaviour in women with breast cancer2017
Dominika Kwasnicka
Dr Stephan Dombrowski
Professor Martin White
Professor Falko Sniehotta
N-of-1 study of weight loss maintenance assessing predictors of physical activity, adherence to weight loss plan and weight change2017
Dr Kirby Sainsbury
Dr Claire Cleland
Dr Elizabeth Evans
Professor Ashley Adamson
Dr Stephan Dombrowski
et al.
Supporting the transition from weight loss to maintenance: development and optimisation of a face-to-face behavioural intervention component2017
Dr Stephan Dombrowski
Professor Linda Sharp
Urban-rural variations in quality-of-life in breast cancer survivors prescribed endocrine therapy2017
Dr Stephan Dombrowski
Professor Linda Sharp
Developing and validating a theoretical measure of modifiable influences on hormonal therapy medication taking behaviour2016
Dominika Kwaƛnicka
Dr Stephan Dombrowski
Professor Martin White
Professor Falko Sniehotta
Theoretical explanations for maintenance of behaviour change: a systematic review of behaviour theories2016
Jenni Hislop
Dr Stephan Dombrowski
Professor Falko Sniehotta
Benefits of Incentives for Breastfeeding and Smoking cessation in pregnancy (BIBS): a mixed-methods study to inform trial design2015
Dominika Kwasnicka
Dr Stephan Dombrowski
Professor Martin White
Professor Falko Sniehotta
Data-prompted interviews: Using individual ecological data to stimulate narratives and explore meanings2015
Dr Stephan Dombrowski
Professor Gary Ford
Professor Falko Sniehotta
Joan Mackintosh
Dr Paul Gellert
et al.
Differences between US and UK adults in stroke preparedness : evidence from parallel population-based community surveys2015
Dr Stephan Dombrowski
Professor Gary Ford
Professor Martin White
Professor Falko Sniehotta
Joan Mackintosh
et al.
Differences Between US and UK Adults in Stroke Preparedness Evidence From Parallel Population-Based Community Surveys2015
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