Lindsey Dugdill

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Workplace physical activity interventions: a systematic review. Users may access full items free of charge; copies of full text items generally can be reproduced, displayed or performed and given to third parties in any format or medium for personal research or study, educational or not-for-profit purposes without prior permission or charge, provided: • The(More)
1. To identify from existing reviews the key factors that influence uptake of health screening, including demographic, social, cultural and behavioural influences. 2. To review the international evidence (relating to systems and patients) to assess: a. which factors influence uptake of Health Checks b. which factors increase or inhibit uptake of Health(More)
Establishing effective toothbrushing routines using fluoridated toothpaste in infancy has been suggested as important to dental health throughout childhood and into adulthood. However, previous studies have revealed a number of potential barriers to, and facilitators of caregivers ability to establish early dyadic toothbrushing routines with pre-schoolers.(More)
Although the risks smoking poses to health are now well known, many young people continue to take up the habit. While numerous cross-sectional studies of adolescents have identified correlates of smoking initiation, much less prospective, longitudinal research has been conducted with young children to gather their accounts of early experiences of smoking,(More)
OBJECTIVES To evaluate the impact of the GOALS (Getting Our Active Lifestyles Started) family-based childhood obesity treatment intervention during the first 3 years of implementation. DESIGN Single-group repeated measures with qualitative questionnaires. SETTING Community venues in a socioeconomically deprived, urban location in the North-West of(More)
Often within oral health, clinical outcome measures dominate trial design rather than behavioral outcome measures, and often there is a reliance on proxy self-reporting of chil-dren's behavior with no corroboration through triangulation of measures. The complexity of the interventions involved in oral health intervention is often overlooked in trial design,(More)
The Chief Medical Officer's (DH, 2004b) recommendations for public health are that adults participate in " a total of at least 30 minutes a day of at least moderate intensity physical activity on five or more days a week. " (piii). For obesity prevention it is recommended that adults participate in 45-60 minutes of at least moderate physical activity each(More)
Often within oral health, clinical outcome measures dominate trial design rather than behavioral outcome measures, and often there is a reliance on proxy self-reporting of children's behavior with no corroboration through triangulation of measures. The complexity of the interventions involved in oral health intervention is often overlooked in trial design,(More)
Gaelic Football is the main sport in Ireland and has potential for use as a means of fitness in health promotion contexts. The present study entailed a cross-sectional comparison of performances in a motor test battery between elite female players and an age-matched reference group. The aim was to identify the fitness items that characterize top performers(More)
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