Items where SHU Author is "Allmark, Peter"

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HOMER, Catherine, TOD, Angela, ALLMARK, Peter, BHANBHRO, Sadiq and IBBOTSON, Rachel (2014). Weight gain after a stroke : the issue and control. In: RCN 2014 Annual International Nursing Research Conference, Glasgow, 2-4 April 2014.

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ALLMARK, Peter, BHANBHRO, Sadiq and CHRISP, Tom (2014). An argument against the focus on Community Resilience in Public Health. BMC Public Health, 14, p. 62.

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HOMER, Catherine, ALLMARK, Peter, BHANBHRO, Sadiq, IBBOTSON, Rachel and TOD, Angela (2014). Long term weight gain following stroke : exploring incidence and explanations. In: BSA Medical Sociology Annual Conference, Aston University, Birmingham, 10-12 September 2014. (Submitted)

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ALLMARK, Peter and TOD, Angela (2013). Can a nudge keep you warm? Using nudges to reduce excess winter deaths: insight from the Keeping Warm in Later Life Project (KWILLT). Journal of Public Health. (In Press)

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ALLMARK, Peter, BHANBHRO, Sadiq and CHRISP, Tom (2013). RESILIENT ROTHERHAM? Project Report. NHS Rotherham. (Unpublished)

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BAXTER, Susan and ALLMARK, Peter (2013). Reducing the time-lag between onset of chest pain and seeking professional medical help: a theory-based review. BMC Medical Research Methodology, 13, p. 15.

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ALLMARK, Peter (2013). Virtue and austerity. Nursing Philosophy, 14, 45-52.

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SALWAY, Sarah, BARLEY, Ruth, ALLMARK, Peter, GERRISH, Kate, HIGGINBOTTOM, Gina and ELLISON, George (2012). Can the quality of social research on ethnicity be improved through the introduction of guidance? Findings from a research commissioning pilot exercise. International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 15 (5), 385-401.

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MCCLIMENS, Alex and ALLMARK, Peter (2011). A problem with inclusion in learning disability research. Nursing Ethics.

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SALWAY, Sarah, BARLEY, Ruth, ALLMARK, Peter, GERRISH, Kate, HIGGINBOTTOM, Gina, JOHNSON, Mark and ELLISON, George (2011). Enhancing the quality of published research on ethnicity and health: is journal guidance feasible and useful? Diversity in Health and Care, 8 (3), 155-165.

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ALLMARK, Peter (2011). I didn't ask for this: justice versus illness. Nursing philosophy : an international journal for healthcare professionals, 12 (1), 1-3.

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ALLMARK, Peter, SALWAY, Sarah, PIERCY, Hilary, BARLEY, Ruth, FAULKNER, Mark, FORMBY, Eleanor, GRIMSLEY, Mike, HYDE, Martin, KARLSEN, Saffron and MCCLIMENS, Alex (2010). Life and Health: An evidence review and synthesis for the Equality and Human Rights Commission's triennial review. Technical Report. Sheffield, Equality and Human Rights Commission.

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ALLMARK, Peter, HYDE, Martin and GRIMSLEY, M (2010). Age. In: ALLMARK, Peter, SALWAY, Sarah and PIERCY, Hilary, (eds.) Life and health: an evidence review and synthesis for the Equality and Human Rights Commission's triennial review. Sheffield, Equality and Human Rights Commission.

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ALLMARK, Peter, HYDE, Martin and MCCLIMENS, Alex (2010). Disability. In: ALLMARK, Peter, SALWAY, Sarah and PIERCY, Hilary, (eds.) Life and health: an evidence review and synthesis for the Equality and Human Rights Commission's triennial review. Sheffield, Equality and Human Rights Commission.

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ALLMARK, Peter, SALWAY, Sarah, CRISP, Richard and BARLEY, Ruth (2010). Ethnic minority customers of the Pensions, Disability and Carers Service: an evidence review. Other. London, Department for Work and Pensions.

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ALLMARK, Peter (2010). Introduction and overview. In: ALLMARK, Peter, SALWAY, Sarah and PIERCY, Hilary, (eds.) Life and health: an evidence review and synthesis for the Equality and Human Rights Commission's triennial review. Sheffield, Equality and Human Rights Commission.

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ALLMARK, Peter, COBB, Mark, LIDDLE, B. Jane and TOD, Angela (2010). Is the Doctrine of Double Effect irrelevant in end-of-life decision making? Nursing Philosophy, 11, 170-177.

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ALLMARK, Peter, SALWAY, Sarah and HYDE, Martin (2010). Methodology and method. In: ALLMARK, Peter, SALWAY, Sarah and PIERCY, Hilary, (eds.) Life and health: an evidence review and synthesis for the Equality and Human Rights Commission's triennial review. Sheffield, Equality and Human Rights Commission.

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SALWAY, Sarah, KARLSEN, S and HYDE, Martin (2010). Race and ethnicity. In: ALLMARK, Peter, SALWAY, Sarah and PIERCY, Hilary, (eds.) Life and health: an evidence review and synthesis for the Equality and Human Rights Commission's triennial review. Sheffield, Equality and Human Rights Commission.

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SALWAY, Sarah, HYDE, Martin and KARLSEN, Saffron (2010). Religion and belief. In: ALLMARK, Peter, SALWAY, Sarah and PIERCY, Hilary, (eds.) Life and health: an evidence review and synthesis for the Equality and Human Rights Commission's triennial review. Sheffield, Equality and Human Rights Commission.

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SALWAY, Sarah, PIERCY, Hilary and HYDE, Martin (2010). Sex and gender. In: ALLMARK, Peter, SALWAY, Sarah and PIERCY, Hilary, (eds.) Life and health: an evidence review and synthesis for the Equality and Human Rights Commission's triennial review. Sheffield, Equality and Human Rights Commission.

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FORMBY, Eleanor, PIERCY, Hilary and ALLMARK, Peter (2010). Sexuality. In: ALLMARK, Peter, SALWAY, Sarah and PIERCY, Hilary, (eds.) Life and health: an evidence review and synthesis for the Equality and Human Rights Commission's triennial review. Sheffield, Equality and Human Rights Commission.

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ALLMARK, Peter and CHOWBEY, Punita (2010). Shaping healthy communities: a report on the second symposium on the role of local authorities in reducing health inequalities. Project Report. Sheffield, Sheffield Hallam University. (Unpublished)

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ALLMARK, Peter and GRIMSLEY, Mike (2010). Socio-economic status or class. In: ALLMARK, Peter, SALWAY, Sarah and PIERCY, Hilary, (eds.) Life and health: an evidence review and synthesis for the Equality and Human Rights Commission's triennial review. Sheffield, Equality and Human Rights Commission.

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SALWAY , Sarah and ALLMARK, Peter (2009). Delivering effective NHS services to our multiethnic population: collection and application of ethnic monitoring within primary care. Other. Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield Hallam University.

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SALWAY, S., ALLMARK, P. J., BARLEY, R., HIGGINBOTTOM, G., GERRISH, K. and ELLISON, G. (2009). Social research for a multiethnic population: do the research ethics and standards guidelines of UK Learned Societies address this challenge? Twenty-first century society, 4 (1), 53-81.

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ALLMARK, P. J., BOOTE, J., CHAMBERS, E., CLARKE, A., MCDONNELL, A., THOMPSON, A. and TOD, A. (2009). Ethical issues in the use of in-depth interviews: literature review and discussion. Research ethics review, 5 (2), 48-54.

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DOEL, M., ALLMARK, P. J., CONWAY, P., COWBURN, M., FLYNN, M., NELSON, P. and TOD, A. (2009). Professional boundaries: crossing a line or entering the shadows? British journal of social work, 40 (6), 1866-1889.

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DOEL, M., ALLMARK, P. J., CONWAY, P., COWBURN, M., FLYNN, M., NELSON, P. and TOD, A. (2009). Professional boundaries: research report. Project Report. General Social Care Council.

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SALWAY, Sarah, ALLMARK, Peter and TOD, Angela (2009). Reducing Health Inequalities Implementation Theme. Briefing Paper 2: How to incorporate attention to inequality in CLAHRC (SY) activity. Discussion Paper. South Yorkshire, Collaborations for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care (CLAHRC).

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ALLMARK, P. J. and SALWAY, S. (2009). Reducing Health Inequalities Implementation Theme. Briefing paper 1: Why health inequalities matter. Discussion Paper. South Yorkshire, Collaborations for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care (CLAHRC).

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ALLMARK, P. J. and TOD, A. (2009). The evaluation of public health education initiatives on smoking and lung cancer: an ethical critique. In: PECKHAM, S. and HANN, A., (eds.) Public health ethics and practice. Bristol, Policy Press, 65-82.

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ALLMARK, P. J. (2008). An aristotelian account of autonomy. Journal of value inquiry, 42 (1), 41-53.

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ALLMARK, P. J. and SPEDDING, M. (2007). Clinical trials in neonates: ethical issues. Seminars in fetal and neonatal medicine., 12 (4), 318-23.

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ALLMARK, P. J. (2006). An argument for the use of Aristotelian method in bioethics. Medicine, health care and philosophy, 9 (1), 69-79.

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ALLMARK, P. J. and TOD, A. (2006). How should public health professionals engage with lay epidemiology? Journal of medical ethics, 32 (8), 460-463.

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ALLMARK, P. J. and MASON, S. (2005). Should desperate volunteers be included in randomised controlled trials? Journal of Medical Ethics, 32 (9), 548-553.

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ALLMARK, P. J. and MASON, S. (2005). Improving the quality of consent to randomised controlled trials by using continuous consent and clinician training in the consent process. Journal of Medical Ethics, 32 (8), p. 439.

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ALLMARK, P. J. (2005). Bayes and health care research. Medicine, health care and philosophy., 7 (3), 321-332.

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ALLMARK, P. J. (2004). Should research samples reflect the diversity of the population? Journal of medical ethics, 30 (2), 185-189.

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ALLMARK, P. J., MASON, S., GILL, A. B. and MEGONE, C. (2003). Obtaining consent for neonatal research. Archives of disease in childhood: fetal and neonatal edition, 88 (3), F166-F167.

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