Browsing publications by Dr Nicola Heslehurst

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Nicola Heslehurst
Professor Judith Rankin
Lived experiences of routine antenatal dietetic services among women with obesity: A qualitative phenomenological study2017
Dr Nicola Heslehurst
Dr Rute Velosa Vieira
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Lisa Crowe
Shannon Robalino
et al.
Maternal body mass index and post-term birth: a systematic review and meta-analysis2017
Dr Nicola Heslehurst
Dr Rute Velosa Vieira
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Lisa Crowe
Dr David Jones
et al.
The association between maternal body mass index (BMI), prolonged pregnancy (PP; ≥41 weeks gestation) and post-term birth (PTB; ≥42 weeks gestation): a systematic review with meta-analysis2016
Dr Nicola Heslehurst
A qualitative study exploring pregnant women's weight-related attitudes and beliefs in UK: the BLOOM study2015
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
Dr Kate Best
Professor Judith Rankin
Association between maternal extreme obesity and pre- and post-term birth: a national study2015
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
Professor Judith Rankin
Women's perspectives are required to inform the development of maternal obesity services: a qualitative study of obese women's experiences2015
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
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