Browsing publications by Dr Nicola Heslehurst

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Dr Nicola Heslehurst
An Evaluation of the Implementation of Maternal Obesity Pathways of Care: A Mixed Methods Study with Data Integration2015
Emma Slack
Dr Nicola Heslehurst
Kate Best
Professor Judith Rankin
Association between maternal extreme obesity and pre- and post-term birth: a national study2015
Emma Slack
Dr Nicola Heslehurst
Kate Best
Professor Judith Rankin
Association between maternal extreme obesity and pre- and post-term birth: a national study.2015
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Ruth Bell
Dr Nicola Heslehurst
Low physical activity as a risk factor for gestational diabetes in obese white women and black women participating in the UK Better Eating and Activity Trial (UPBEAT). pilot trial2015
Dr Nicola Heslehurst
Dr James Newham
Dr Gregory Maniatopoulos
Shannon Robalino
Professor Judith Rankin
et al.
Implementation of pregnancy weight management and obesity guidelines: a meta-analysis of healthcare professionals' barriers and facilitators using the Theoretical Domains Framework.2014
Dr Nicola Heslehurst
Dr James Newham
Dr Gregory Maniatopoulos
Shannon Robalino
Professor Judith Rankin
et al.
Implementation of pregnancy weight management and obesity guidelines: a meta-synthesis of healthcare professionals’ barriers and facilitators using the Theoretical Domains Framework.2014
Dr Nicola Heslehurst
Dr Lisa Crowe
Shannon Robalino
Professor Falko Sniehotta
Professor Elaine McColl
et al.
Interventions to change maternity healthcare professionals' behaviours to promote weight-related support for obese pregnant women: a systematic review2014
Dr Ruth Bell
Wendy Burke
Dr Joanne Lally
Dr Nicola Heslehurst
Professor Judith Rankin
et al.
Experiences of preparation for pregnancy in women with pre-gestational diabetes: a systematic review of qualitative studies2013
Dr Nicola Heslehurst
Dr Ruth Bell
Professor Judith Rankin
Midwives perspectives of their training and education requirements in maternal obesity: a qualitative study2013
Dr Nicola Heslehurst
Systematic review and meta-analysis: Diet and physical activity interventions reduce pregnancy weight gain compared with control, with dietary interventions having the greatest effect (Thangaratinam S, Rogozinska E, Jolly K, et al. Effects of interventions in pregnancy on maternal weight and obstetric outcomes: meta-analysis of randomised evidence. BMJ 2012;344:e2088)2013
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