Browsing publications by Dr Jill Francis

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
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 Jill Francis
Professor Luke Vale
Is it worthwhile to conduct a randomized controlled trial of glaucoma screening in the United Kingdom?2014
Dr Jill Francis
Professor Martin Eccles
Understanding diagnosis and management of dementia and guideline implementation in general practice: a qualitative study using the theoretical domains framework2014
Dr Justin Presseau
Dr Susan Hrisos
Dr Nick Steen
Elaine Stamp
Dr Jill Francis
et al.
Environmental and individual correlates of distress: Testing Karasek's Demand-Control model in 99 primary care clinical environments2013
Professor Jeremy Grimshaw
Professor Martin Eccles
Dr Jill Francis
Evidence-based care of older people with suspected cognitive impairment in general practice: protocol for the IRIS cluster randomised trial2013
Dr Justin Presseau
Dr Jill Francis
Professor Falko Sniehotta
Goal conflict and goal facilitation as predictors of daily accelerometer-assessed physical activity2013
Dr Nick Steen
Dr Justin Presseau
Dr Jill Francis
Dr Susan Hrisos
Dr Gillian Hawthorne
et al.
Is organizational justice associated with clinical performance in the care for patients with diabetes in primary care? Evidence from the improving Quality of care in Diabetes study2013
Dr Justin Presseau
Professor Marie Johnston
Dr Jill Francis
Dr Susan Hrisos
Elaine Stamp
et al.
Theory-based predictors of multiple clinician behaviors in the management of diabetes2013
Dr Gillian Hawthorne
Dr Susan Hrisos
Elaine Stamp
Dr Jill Francis
Dr Justin Presseau
et al.
Diabetes care provision in UK primary care practices2012
Professor Martin Eccles
Dr Jill Francis
E-mail invitations to general practitioners were as effective as postal invitations and were more efficient2012
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