Items where SHU Author is "Quirk, Helen"

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KNOX, Emily, QUIRK, Helen, GLAZEBROOK, Cris, RANDELL, Tabitha and BLAKE, Holly (2019). Impact of technology-based interventions for children and young people with type 1 diabetes on key diabetes self-management behaviours and prerequisites: A systematic review. BMC Endocrine Disorders, 19 (7).

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KNOX, Emily C. L., QUIRK, Helen, GLAZEBROOK, Cris, RANDELL, Tabitha and BLAKE, Holly (2019). Impact of technology-based interventions for children and young people with type 1 diabetes on key diabetes self-management behaviours and prerequisites: a systematic review. BMC endocrine disorders, 19 (7).

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REECE, Lindsey J, QUIRK, Helen, WELLINGTON, Chrissie, HAAKE, Steve and WILSON, Fiona (2018). Bright spots, physical activity investments that work: parkrun; a global initiative striving for healthier and happier communities. British Journal of Sports Medicine.

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TURNER, Rebecca, STEED, Liz, QUIRK, Helen, GREASLEY, Rosa U, SAXTON, John M, TAYLOR, Stephanie JC, ROSARIO, Derek J, THAHA, Mohamed A and BOURKE, Liam (2018). Interventions for promoting habitual exercise in people living with and beyond cancer. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, 2018 (9).

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QUIRK, Helen, ROSARIO, Derek and BOURKE, Liam (2018). Supportive interventions to improve physiological and psychological health outcomes among patients undergoing cystectomy: A systematic review. BMC Urology, 18, p. 71.

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QUIRK, Helen, GLAZEBROOK, Cris and BLAKE, Holly (2018). A physical activity intervention for children with type 1 diabetes- steps to active kids with diabetes (STAK-D): a feasibility study. BMC Pediatrics, 18 (37).

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QUIRK, Helen, CRANK, Helen, CARTER, Anouska, LEAHY, Hanna and COPELAND, Robert (2018). Barriers and facilitators to implementing workplace health and wellbeing services in the NHS from the perspective of senior leaders and wellbeing practitioners: a qualitative study. BMC Public Health, 18, p. 1362.

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QUIRK, Helen, CRANK, Helen, HARROP, Deborah, HOCK, Emma and COPELAND, Robert (2017). Understanding the experience of initiating community-based physical activity and social support by people with serious mental illness: a systematic review using a meta-ethnographic approach. Systematic Reviews, 6 (214).

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BLAKE, Holly, QUIRK, Helen, LEIGHTON, Paul, RANDELL, Tabitha, GREENING, James, GUO, Boliang and GLAZEBROOK, Cris (2016). Feasibility of an online intervention (STAK-D) to promote physical activity in children with type 1 diabetes : protocol for a randomised controlled trial. Trials, 17, p. 583.

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QUIRK, Helen, GLAZEBROOK, Cris, MARTIN, Rebecca and BLAKE, Holly (2016). “We don’t worry about diabetes that much”: A qualitative study exploring perceptions of physical activity among children with Type 1 Diabetes. Advances in Pediatric Research, 3 (1), p. 2.

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QUIRK, Helen, BLAKE, Holly, DEE, Beatrice and GLAZEBROOK, Cris (2015). “Having diabetes shouldn’t stop them”: healthcare professionals’ perceptions of physical activity in children with Type 1 diabetes. BMC Pediatrics, 15, p. 68.

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QUIRK, Helen, BLAKE, Holly, DEE, Beatrice and GLAZEBROOK, Cris (2014). “You can’t just jump on a bike and go”: a qualitative study exploring parents’ perceptions of physical activity in children with type 1 diabetes. BMC Pediatrics, 14, p. 313.

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QUIRK, Helen, BLAKE, H., TENNYSON, R., RANDELL, T. L. and GLAZEBROOK, C. (2014). Physical activity interventions in children and young people with Type 1 diabetes mellitus: a systematic review with meta-analysis. Diabetic Medicine, 31 (10), 1163-1173.

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QUIRK, Helen (2016). Feasibility of a physical activity intervention for children with Type 1 diabetes: Steps to Actve Kids with Diabetes (STAK-D). In: Diabetes UK Professional Conference 2017, Manchester, 8-10 March 2017.

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