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Jamal, Farah and Bonell, Chris and Harden, Angela and Lorenc, Theo (2015) The social ecology of girls' bullying practices : exploratory research in two London schools. Sociology of Health and Illness. ISSN 0141-9889. DOI 10.1111/1467-9566.12231
Oliver, Kathryn and Innvar, Simon and Lorenc, Theo and Woodman, Jenny and Thomas, James (2014) A systematic review of barriers to and facilitators of the use of evidence by policymakers. BMC Health Services Research, 14 (2).
Lorenc, Theo and Jamal, Farah and Cooper, Chris (2013) Resource provision and environmental change for the prevention of skin cancer : systematic review of qualitative evidence from high-income countries. Health Promotion International, 28 (3). pp. 345-56. ISSN 0957-4824. DOI UNSPECIFIED
Jamal, Farah and Bertotti, Marcello and Lorenc, Theo and Harden, Angela (2013) Reviewing conceptualisations of community: reflections on a meta-narrative approach. Qualitative Research. ISSN 1468-7941. DOI UNSPECIFIED
Bonell, Chris and Fletcher, Adam and Morton, Matthew and Lorenc, Theo and Moore, Laurence (2012) Realist randomised controlled trials : a new approach to evaluating complex public health interventions. Social Science and Medicine, 75 (12). 2299 - 2306. ISSN 0277-9536. DOI UNSPECIFIED
Lorenc, Theo and Pearson, Mark and Jamal, Farah and Cooper, Chris and Garside, Ruth (2012) The role of systematic reviews of qualitative evidence in evaluating interventions: a case study. Research Synthesis Methods, 3 (1). pp. 1-10. ISSN 17592879. DOI UNSPECIFIED
Kavanagh, Josephine and Oliver, Sandy and Lorenc, Theo and Caird, Jennifer and Tucker, Helen and Harden, Angela and Greaves, Adele and Thomas, James and Oakley, Ann (2009) School-based cognitive-behavioural interventions : A systematic review of effects and inequalities. Health Sociology Review, 18 (1). pp. 61-78. ISSN 1446-1242. DOI UNSPECIFIED
Lorenc, Theo and Brunton, Ginny and Oliver, Sandy and Oliver, Kathryn and Oakley, Ann (2008) Attitudes to walking and cycling among children, young people and parents: a systematic review. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 62 (10). pp. 852-857. ISSN 0143-005X. DOI UNSPECIFIED
Kavanagh, Josephine and Oliver, Sandy and Lorenc, Theo (2008) Reflections on developing and using PROGRESS-Plus.
Rees, Rebecca and Woodman, Jenny and Kavanagh, Josephine and Harden, Angela and Stansfield, Claire and Lorenc, Theo and Thomas, James and Roberts, Helen (2008) Children's views relating to obesity, body size, shape and weight: protocol for a systematic review.
O'Mara, Alison and Marrero-Guillamón, Isaac and Jamal, Farah and Lehmann, Angela and Cooper, Chris and Lorenc, Theo (2011) Tuberculosis evidence review 1: Review of barriers and facilitators. [Report]
O'Mara, Alison and Marrero-Guillamón, Isaac and Parry, William and Cooper, Chris and Lorenc, Theo (2010) Review of review-level evidence to inform the development of NICE public health guidance for the prevention of pre-diabetes among adults in high-risk groups. [Report]
Kavanagh, Josephine and Oliver, Sandy and Caird, Jennifer and Tucker, Helen and Greaves, Adele and Harden, Angela and Oakley, Ann and Lorenc, Theo and Thomas, James (2009) Inequalities and the mental health of young people: a systematic review of secondary school-based cognitive behavioural interventions. [Report]
Oliver, Sandy and Kavanagh, Josephine and Caird, Jennifer and Lorenc, Theo and Oliver, Kathryn and Harden, Angela and Thomas, James and Greaves, Adele and Oakley, Ann (2008) Health promotion, inequalities and young people's health: a systematic review of research. [Report]
Lorenc, Theo and Harden, Angela and Brunton, Ginny and Oakley, Ann (2008) Including diverse groups of children and young people in health promotion and public health research: A review of methodology and practice. [Report]
Woodman, Jenny and Lorenc, Theo and Harden, Angela and Oakley, Ann (2008) Social and environmental interventions to reduce childhood obesity: a systematic map of reviews. [Report]
Brunton, Ginny and Oliver, Sandy and Oliver, Kathryn and Lorenc, Theo (2006) A synthesis of research addressing children's young people's and parents' views of walking and cycling for transport. [Report]