Browsing publications by Dr Katie Haighton

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Isabel Rubie
Dr Katie Haighton
James O'Hara
Dr Nicolette Rousseau
Dr Nick Steen
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The NAtional randomised controlled Trial of Tonsillectomy IN Adults (NATTINA): a clinical and cost-effectiveness study: study protocol for a randomised control trial2015
Dr Katie Haighton
Professor Janet Wilson
Tonsillectomy or adenotonsillectomy reduces the number of sore throats in children; however, insufficient information is available on the effectiveness in adults2015
Dr Graeme Wilson
Professor Eileen Kaner
Dr Katie Haighton
Habitus of home and traditional drinking: a qualitative analysis of reported middle-class alcohol use2014
Dr Katie Haighton
Dr Jean Adams
The effect of dance mat exergaming systems on physical activity and health - related outcomes in secondary schools: results from a natural experiment2014
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 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
Dr Graeme Wilson
Professor Eileen Kaner
Dr Katie Haighton
Exploring older adults’ views about alcohol consumption: implications for brief interventions with older heavy drinkers2013
Dr Katie Haighton
Dr Dorothy Newbury-Birch
Professor Eileen Kaner
Screening and Interventions in Medical Settings including Brief Feedback-focussed Interventions2013
Dr Katie Haighton
Dr Graeme Wilson
Professor Eileen Kaner
Symptoms and course: Older-Age and substance abuse2013
Dr Katie Haighton
Dr Suzanne Moffatt
Denise Howel
Professor Elaine McColl
Dr Eugene Milne
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The Do-Well study: protocol for a randomised controlled trial, economic and qualitative process evaluations of domiciliary welfare rights advice for socio-economically disadvantaged older people recruited via primary health care2012
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