Items where SHU Author is "Ismail, Mubarak"
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KELLY, Shona and ISMAIL, Mubarak (2015). Stress and type 2 diabetes: a review of how stress contribute to the development of type 2 diabetes. Annual Review of Public Health, 36, 441-462.
KELLY, Shona and ISMAIL, Mubarak (2014). Is exposure to chronic stressors a risk factor for Type 2 diabetes? The European Journal of Public Health, 24 (supl 2), p. 137.
KELLY, Shona and ISMAIL, Mubarak (2014). Is exposure to chronic stressors a risk factor for Type 2 diabetes? The European Journal of Public Health, 24 (Supp2).
ISMAIL, Mubarak, GERRISH, Kate, NAISBY, Andrew, SALWAY, Sarah and CHOWBEY, Punita (2014). Engaging minorities in researching sensitive health topics by using a participatory approach. Nurse researcher, 22 (2), 44-48.
KATE, Gerrish, NAISBY, Andrew and ISMAIL, Mubarak (2013). Experiences of the diagnosis and management of tuberculosis: a focused ethnography of Somali patients and healthcare professionals in the UK. Journal of advanced nursing, 69 (10), 2285-2294.
GERRISH, Kate, NAISBY, Andrew and ISMAIL, Mubarak (2012). The meaning and consequences of tuberculosis among Somali people in the United Kingdom. Journal of advanced nursing, 68 (12), 2654-2663.
CHOWBEY, Punita, SALWAY, Sarah and ISMAIL, Mubarak (2012). Influences on diagnosis and treatment of eating disorders among minority ethnic people in the UK. Journal of Public Mental Health, 11 (2), 54-64.
MACHACZEK, Katarzyna, WHITFIELD, Malcolm and ISMAIL, Mubarak (2010). Patient relationship. In: WINDAK, Adam, TOMASIK, Tomasz and DOMAGALA, Alicja, (eds.) Guidebook for teachers of family medicine on health promotion and disease prevention. Krakow, Zdrowie i Zarządzanie, 56-59.
BASHIR, Nadia, DAYSON, Christopher, MCCARTHY, Lindsey, ISMAIL, Mubarak and CHOWBEY, Punita (2016). Making the most of primary and community services : what works for BAME people with long-term conditions? Project Report. Sheffield Hallam University.
GERRISH, Kate, ISMAIL, Mubarak and NAISBY, A (2010). Tackling TB together : a community participatory study of the socio-cultural factors influencing an understanding of TB within the Somali community in Sheffield. Other. Sheffield Hallam University. (Unpublished)
TOD, Angela, DE NORMANVILLE, Clare, MCCLIMENS, Alex and ISMAIL, Mubarak (2009). Evaluating the engagement of seldom heard groups in commissioning health services. Project Report. SHU.