Items where SHU Author is "Machaczek, Katarzyna"
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ALLMARK, Peter and MACHACZEK, Katarzyna (2015). Financial capability, health and disability. BMC Public Health, 15 (1), p. 785.
WHITFIELD, Malcolm, MACHACZEK, Katarzyna and GREEN, Geoff (2013). Developing a model to estimate the potential impact of municipal investment on city health. Journal of urban health : bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, 90 (1 Supp), 62-73.
PAYNE, K, DE NORMANVILLE, Clare, STANSFIELD, Karen, BARNETT, Nicholas, MACHACZEK, Katarzyna, QUTISHAT, Dania, OKASHEH, Rasha, ION, V, WICKS, H and SMEWING, Ch (2010). Prevention and lifestyle behaviour change : a competence framework. Project Report. NHS Yorkshire and The Humber.
MACHACZEK, Katarzyna, WHITFIELD, Malcolm, KILNER, Karen and ALLMARK, Peter (2013). Doctors' and nurses' perceptions of barriers to conducting handover in hospitals in the Czech Republic. American Journal of Nursing Research, 1 (1), 1-9.
MACHACZEK, Katarzyna and GREEN, Geoff (2011). Developing an evidence-based approach to city level public health investment in European cities. In: The 5th Asia-Pacific Conference on Exercise and Sports Science (APCESS 2011), Shanghai University of Sport, Shanghai, China, 2-5 November, 2011. (Unpublished)
WHITFIELD, Malcolm and MACHACZEK, Katarzyna (2010). Developing an evidence-based approach to city level public health investment in Europe. In: 18th UKPHA Annual Public Health Forum, Bournemouth, UK, 24-25 March, 2010. (Unpublished)
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.
WHITFIELD, Malcolm and MACHACZEK, Katarzyna (2010). Scoping the economic case for the 'Health Behaviour Change' Competence Framework. Project Report. Yorkshire and the Humber NHS.
MACHACZEK, Katarzyna, CARR, Adrian and WHITFIELD, Malcolm (2010). A randomised controlled trial of the use of motivational enhancement techniques to improve engagement in and adherence to programmed physical activity in people with mental health problems and high CVD risk. In: SUOMI, Reima and ILVESKOSKI, Ilkka, (eds.) Navigating the fragmented innovation landscape. TUCS General Publication (56). Turku Centre for Computer Science (TUCS) .
SMITH, T and MACHACZEK, Katarzyna (2007). What is the evidence for the impact of Leadership development and enhanced performance of healthcare organisations? In: Leadership and Management Development Symposium, European Health Management Association Conference, Lyon, France. (Unpublished)