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    • Covid-19 public health road map: Eating behaviour 

      Whittaker, Eleanor; Howlett, Neil; Abdin, Shanara; Chadwick, Paul; Shorter, Gillian; Hart, Jo; Armitage, Christopher; Epton, Tracy; Byrne-Davis, Lucie; Arden , Madelynne; Kamal, Atiya; Lewis, Lesley; Drury, John; McBride, Emily; O'Connor, Daryl; Swanson, Vivien; Thompson, Sam; Chater, Angel (The British Psychological Society, 2020-10-28)
      This roadmap aims to support health officials to consider changes to eating behaviour that may have occurred during the Covid-19 pandemic and to use psychologically-informed behaviour change approaches to optimise health ...
    • Covid-19 public health road map: Physical activity 

      Chater, Angel; Abdin, Shanara; Dryden, Jennifer; Lewis, Lesley; Shorter, Gillian; Arden , Madelynne; Chadwick, Paul; Hart, Jo; Armitage, Christopher; Byrne-Davis, Lucie; Epton, Tracy; Kamal, Atiya; Drury, John; McBride, Emily; O'Connor, Daryl; Swanson, Vivien; Thompson, Sam; Whittaker, Eleanor; Howlett, Neil (The British Psychological Society, 2020-10-28)
      This roadmap aims to support health officials to consider changes to physical activity that may have occurred during the Covid-19 pandemic and to use psychologically-informed behaviour change approaches to optimise health ...
    • Covid-19 public health road map: Sedentary behaviour 

      Chater, Angel; Abdin, Shanara; Shorter, Gillian; Lewis, Lesley; Hart, Jo; Armitage, Christopher; Epton, Tracy; Byrne-Davis, Lucie; Arden , Madelynne; Chadwick, Paul; Kamal, Atiya; Drury, John; McBride, Emily; O'Connor, Daryl; Swanson, Vivien; Thompson, Sam; Whittaker, Eleanor; Howlett, Neil (The British Psychological Society, 2020-10-28)
      This roadmap aims to support health officials to consider changes to sedentary behaviour that may have occurred during the Covid-19 pandemic and to use psychologically informed behaviour change approaches to optimise health ...
    • A rapid systematic review of public responses to health messages encouraging vaccination against infectious diseases in a pandemic or epidemic 

      Lawes-Wickwar, Sadie; Ghio, Daniela; Yee Tang, Mei; Keyworth, Chris; Stanescu, Sabina; Westbrook, Juliette; Jenkinson, Elizabeth; Kassianos, Angelos; Scanlan, Daniel; Garnett, Natalie; Laidlaw, Lynn; Howlett, Neil; Carr, Natalie; Stanulewicz, Natalia; Guest, Ella; Watson, Daniella; Sutherland, Lisa; Byrne-Davis, Lucie; Chater, Angel; Hart, Jo; Armitage, Christopher; Shorter, Gillian; Swanson, Vivien; Epton, Tracy (2021-01-20)
      Public health teams need to understand how the public responds to vaccination messages in a pandemic or epidemic to inform successful campaigns encouraging the uptake of new vaccines as they become available. A rapid ...