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A systematic review and meta-analysis on the effects of young offender treatment programs in Europe
ObjectivesTo examine the effectiveness of young offender rehabilitation programs in Europe as part of an international project on the transnational transfer of approaches to reducing…
Associations between active commuting and physical and mental wellbeing☆
Domestic Violence Perpetrator Programs in Europe, Part II
- Thomas D. Akoensi, J. Koehler, F. Lösel, D. Humphreys
- PsychologyInternational journal of offender therapy and…
- 1 October 2013
Overall, the methodological quality of the evaluations is insufficient to derive firm conclusions and estimate an effect size, and one cannot claim that one programmatic approach is superior to another.
Changing the environment to improve population health: a framework for considering exposure in natural experimental studies
- D. Humphreys, J. Panter, Shannon Sahlqvist, A. Goodman, D. Ogilvie
- Environmental ScienceJournal of Epidemiology & Community Health
- 7 April 2016
Concept and analytical issues relating to defining and measuring exposure to interventions in this context are discussed, including how recent advances in technology may enable researchers to better understand the nature of population exposure to changes in the built environment.
Synthesising evidence for equity impacts of population-based physical activity interventions: a pilot study
- D. Humphreys, D. Ogilvie
- Psychology, MedicineInternational Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and…
- 15 June 2013
It is suggested that it is feasible to generate better evidence about how public health interventions may affect health inequalities using existing data and innovative methods of research synthesis.
Evaluating the Impact of Florida’s “Stand Your Ground” Self-defense Law on Homicide and Suicide by Firearm: An Interrupted Time Series Study
The implementation of Florida’s stand your ground self-defense law was associated with a significant increase in homicides and homicides by firearm but no change in rates of suicide or suicide by firearm.
Evaluating the Impact of Flexible Alcohol Trading Hours on Violence: An Interrupted Time Series Analysis
No evidence that a national policy increasing the physical availability of alcohol affected the overall volume of violence is found, however, evidence suggesting that the policy may be associated with changes to patterns of violence in the early morning.
Do flexible alcohol trading hours reduce violence? A theory-based natural experiment in alcohol policy.
Measuring Conflict of Interest in Prevention and Intervention Research – A Feasibility Study
and the editors of this volume for useful comments and suggestions. Over the past three decades there has been mounting confidence that we can advance crime prevention by learning from the…
Violence in England and Wales: does media reporting match the data?
Disproportionate reporting of a violence epidemic risks exacerbating the problem, argue David Humphreys and colleagues