Browsing publications by Dr Louise Hayes

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
Anh Tran
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Richard McNally
Professor Nigel Unwin
Professor Raj Bhopal CBE
et al.
Contribution of Behavioural Risk Factors and Socio-Economic Position to Mortality in British South Asian and European Adults: 17 year follow-up of the Newcastle Heart Project Cohort2013
Kay Mann
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Laura Basterfield
Professor Louise Parker
Dr Mark Pearce
et al.
Differing lifecourse associations with sport-, occupational- and household-based physical activity at age 49-51 years: the Newcastle Thousand Families Study2013
Dr Mabel Lie
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Nicholas Lewis-Barned
Professor Martin White
Dr Ruth Bell
et al.
Preventing Type 2 diabetes after gestational diabetes: women's experiences and implications for diabetes prevention interventions.2013
Dr Alison Yarnall
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Gillian Hawthorne
Dr Terry Aspray
Diabetes in care homes: current care standards and residents' experience2012
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Tarja Kinnunen
Professor Stephen Robson
Catherine McParlin
Dr Ruth Bell
et al.
Factors associated with level of physical activity in obese pregnant women participating in the Upbeat pilot trial [Abstract]2012
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Gillian Hawthorne
Professor Nigel Unwin
Undiagnosed diabetes in the over-60s: performance of the Association of Public Health Observatories (APHO) Diabetes Prevalence Model in a general practice2012
Dr Alison Yarnall
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Gillian Hawthorne
Charlotte Candlish
Dr Terry Aspray
et al.
Diabetes in care homes: Residents' experience of care2011
Dr Mabel Lie
Dr Louise Hayes
Professor Carl May
Professor Martin White
Dr Ruth Bell
et al.
Preventing type 2 diabetes after gestational diabetes: qualitative studies with postnatal women to inform intervention development2011
Dr Ruth Bell
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Nicholas Lewis-Barned
Catherine Emmerson
Danielle Crowder
et al.
Diagnosis, treatment and outcome of gestational diabetes;a multi-centre study in north-east England (NorGES)2010
Dr Louise Hayes
Dr Mark Pearce
Dr Michael Firbank
Professor Mark Walker
Professor Roy Taylor
et al.
Do obese but metabolically normal women differ in intra-abdominal fat and physical activity levels from those with the expected metabolic abnormalities? A cross-sectional study2010
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