Browsing publications by Professor Eileen Kaner

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
Dr Stephanie Scott
Dr Rachel Baker
Professor Eileen Kaner
Autonomy, special offers and routines: a Q methodological study of industry-driven marketing influences on young people's drinking behaviour2014
Dr Justin Presseau
Dr Gillian Hawthorne
Professor Falko Sniehotta
Dr Nick Steen
Dr Jill Francis
et al.
Improving Diabetes care through Examining, Advising, and prescribing (IDEA): Protocol for a theory-based cluster randomised controlled trial of a multiple behaviour change intervention aimed at primary healthcare professionals2014
Dr Graeme Wilson
Catherine Wray
Dr Ruth McGovern
Dr Dorothy Newbury-Birch
Professor Elaine McColl
et al.
Intervention to reduce excessive alcohol consumption and improve comorbidity outcomes in hypertensive or depressed primary care patients: two parallel cluster randomized feasibility trials2014
Dr Eilish Gilvarry
Dr Ruth McGovern
Dr Dorothy Newbury-Birch
Professor Eileen Kaner
The Effectiveness of Alcohol Screening and Brief Intervention in Emergency Departments: A Multicentre Pragmatic Cluster Randomized Controlled Trial2014
Dr Amy O'Donnell
Professor Peter Anderson
Dr Dorothy Newbury-Birch
Professor Eileen Kaner
The Impact of Brief Alcohol Interventions in Primary Healthcare: A Systematic Review of Reviews2014
Dr Dorothy Newbury-Birch
Dr Stephanie Scott
Dr Eilish Gilvarry
Denise Howel
Elaine Stamp
et al.
A feasibility trial of alcohol screening and brief interventions for risky drinking in young people in a high school setting in the UK: SIPS JR-HIGH2013
Dr Graeme Wilson
Professor Eileen Kaner
Kate McCabe
Dr Katie Haighton
A Qualitative Study of Alcohol, Health and Identities among UK Adults in Later Life2013
Dr Ruth McGovern
Dr Dorothy Newbury-Birch
Professor Eileen Kaner
AESOPS: a randomised controlled trial of the clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of opportunistic screening and stepped care interventions for older hazardous alcohol users in primary care2013
Professor Eileen Kaner
Dr Amy O'Donnell
Brief intervention: does it work?2013
Dr Amy O'Donnell
Dr Katie Haighton
Dr David Chappel
Professor Eileen Kaner
Can routine data help evaluate the implementation of brief alcohol intervention in primary health care? A mixed-methods investigation of the use of routinely collected information to evaluate the delivery of screening and brief interventions (sbis) for alcohol2013
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