Items where Author is "Bagnall, A"

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Article

South, J and Abdallah, S and Bagnall, A and Curtis, S and Newton, R and Pennington, A and Corcoran, R (2017) Building community wellbeing: a theory of change. What Works Wellbeing.

Bagnall, A and White, J and South, J (2017) Community engagement: what the NICE guidance means for community practitioners. Primary Health Care. ISSN 0264-5033 DOI: https://doi.org/10.7748/phc.2017.e1192

South, J and Bagnall, A and Woodall, J (2017) Developing a typology for peer education and peer support delivered by prisoners. Journal of Correctional Health Care, 23 (2). pp. 214-229. ISSN 1940-5200 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1177/1078345817700602

South, J and Bagnall, A and Hulme, C and Woodall, J and Longo, R and Dixey, R and Kinsella, K and Raine, G and Vinall-Collier, K and Wright, J (2014) A systematic review of the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of peer-based interventions to maintain and improve offender health in prison settings. Health Services and Delivery Research, 2 (35). ISSN 2050-4349 DOI: https://doi.org/10.3310/hsdr02350

Oliver, S and Bagnall, A and Thomas, J and Shepherd, J and Sowden, A and White, I and Dinnes, J and Rees, R and Colquitt, J and Oliver, K and Garrett, Z (2010) Randomised controlled trials for policy interventions: a review of reviews and meta-regression. Health technology assessment (Winchester, England), 14 (16). 1 - iii. ISSN 1366-5278 DOI: https://doi.org/10.3310/hta14160

Monograph

Bagnall, A and South, J and Di Martino, S and Southby, K and Pilkington, G and Mitchell, B and Pennington, A and Corcoran, R (2018) A systematic review of interventions to boost social relations through improvements in community infrastructure (places and spaces). Technical Report. What Works Centre for Wellbeing.

Bagnall, A and South, J and Di Martino, S and Southby, K and Pilkington, G and Mitchell, B and Pennington, A and Corcoran, R (2018) A systematic review of interventions to boost social relations through improvements in community infrastructure (places and spaces). Working Paper. What Works Centre for Wellbeing/ Leeds Beckett University, Leeds.

Snape, D and Meads, C and Bagnall, A and Tregaskis, O and Mansfield, L (2017) What Works Wellbeing: A guide to our evidence review methods. Project Report. What Works Centre for Wellbeing, London, UK.

Warwick-Booth, L and Bagnall, A and Coan, S (2016) Evaluation of Joint Pilot: Health and Well-Being Support Worker - Locala and Connect Housing Final Evaluation Report. Project Report. Centre for Health Promotion Research, Leeds Beckett University.

Bagnall, A and Southby, K and South, J and Gamsu, M (2016) Evidence briefing: Housing associations and housing interventions: delivering community-centred approaches for health and wellbeing. Project Report. Centre for Health Promotion Research, Leeds Beckett University, Leeds, UK.

Bagnall, A and Raine, G and Kinsella, K and Southby, K and Spoor, C and South, J and Giuntoli, G (2016) Measuring Well-being Outcomes In Older People Receiving Help From The Age UK ‘Together for Health’ Initiative: A Social Return on Investment Analysis: Final Report. Project Report. The Centre for Health Promotion Research, Institute for Health and Wellbeing, Leeds Beckett University, Leeds, UK.

Bagnall, A and Raine, G and Jones, R and White, A and Mitchell, B (2016) Systematic scoping review of proposed explanations for "excess" mortality. Final Report. Project Report. NHS Health Scotland.

Woodward, J and Bagnall, A and White, J (2016) An evaluation of the Bradford Beating Diabetes Intensive Lifestyle Change Programme. Project Report. Bradford City CCG.

Woodall, JR and South, J and Southby, K and Kinsella, K and May, E and Bagnall, A and Coan, S (2016) Exploring the experiences and impacts of volunteer applicants for the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games. Project Report. Glasgow Centre for Population Health (GCPH).

Bagnall, A and Kinsella, K and Trigwell, J and South, J and Sheridan, K and Harden, A (2016) National Institute for Health and Care Excellence Primary Research Report 1: Community engagement – approaches to improve health: map of current practice based on a case study approach. Project Report. Centre for Health Promotion Research, Leeds Beckett University / Institute for Health and Human Development, University of East London.

Robertson, S and Bagnall, A and Walker, M (2015) Evidence for a gender-based approach to mental health programmes: Identifying the key considerations associated with “being male”. Project Report. The Movember Foundation.

Bagnall, A and South, J and Trigwell, J and Kinsella, K and White, J and Harden, A (2015) National Institute for Health and Care Excellence Review 4: Community engagement – approaches to improve health: map of the literature on current and emerging community engagement policy and practice in the UK. Project Report. Centre for Health Promotion Research, Leeds Beckett University / Institute for Health and Human Development, University of East London, Leeds.

Bagnall, A and Trigwell, J and White, J (2014) Health Trainers End of Year Review 1st April 2013 – 31st March 2014. Project Report. Data Collection & Reporting Service, Leeds, UK.

Bagnall, A and Giuntoli, G and Raine, G (2014) Validation of the ‘Life Essentials Assessment Framework’ questionnaire. Project Report. Leeds Beckett University.

Bagnall, A and Raine, G and Trigwell, J and Giuntoli, G (2014) Validation of the ‘Life Essentials Assessment Framework’ questionnaire: Phase 2. Project Report. Leeds Beckett University.

Warwick-Booth, L and Woodall, J and South, J and Bagnall, A and Day, R and Cross, R (2012) An evaluation of Sunderland Health Champions Programme. Project Report. Centre for Health Promotion Research, Leeds Metropolitan University.

Conference or Workshop Item

Bagnall, A and South, J and Di Martino, S and Newton, R and Mitchell, B and Pilkington, G (2017) What works to boost social relations and community wellbeing? A scoping review of the evidence. In: 10th European Public Health Conference 2017, 01 November 2017 - 04 November 2017, Stockholm. Sweden. (In Press)

Bagnall, A and South, J and Trigwell, J and Kinsella, K (2017) Exclusion of community-led initiatives by publication bias: evidence from a systematic scoping review of community engagement in the UK. In: Society for Social Medicine, 06 September 2017 - 08 September 2017, Manchester, UK.

Bagnall, A and South, J and Trigwell, J and Kinsella, K and Harden, A and McKeown, A and Dan-Ogosi, I (2016) Community engagement in practice in the UK: a systematic mapping review. In: EUPHA (European Public Health Association), 09 November 2016 - 12 November 2016, Vienna, Austria.

Bagnall, A and White, A and Jones, R and Raine, G and Mitchell, B (2016) Systematic scoping review of proposed explanations for “excess” mortality in Scotland. In: EUPHA (European Public Health Association), 09 November 2016 - 12 November 2016, Vienna, Austria.

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