Dr Lynsay Matthews

  • Research Fellow (MRC/CSO Social & Public Health Sciences Unit)

telephone: 01413537633
email: Lynsay.Matthews@glasgow.ac.uk

Biography

Lynsay is a Research Associate in the MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit. She is also Trial Manager for the NIHR funded HelpMeDoIt! Study, exploring the use of online technology and social support in the lifestyle behaviour change of obese adults. Her main research interest is lifestyle behaviour change, in particular the use of physical activity in the management of Type 2 diabetes.

Lynsay is experienced in the use of mixed methods research. She is interested in the use of process evaluations and how these can be used to support the translation of research findings into practice.

In addition to HelpMeDoIt! Lynsay also collaborates on:

  • Moving on and Feeling Good, a feasibility study exploring factors associated with the health behaviours of adolescents with learning disabilities as they transition from school to adulthood (University of Strathlcyde, PI Dr Fiona Mitchell).
  • NHS Grampian’s physical activity consultation service within routine diabetes care (nominated for the Education and Self-Management Award at Diabetes UK, 2016; and runner-up at the Quality in Care Diabetes Award 2015).

In her previous posts Lynsay worked as a researcher on numerous funded studies including: Walk Well (University of Glasgow, PI Dr Craig Melville); Leading Better Care (University of the West of Scotland, PI Dr Jean Rankin); Take 5 (University of Glasgow, PI Dr Craig Melville); Living Life to the Full (University of Glasgow, PI Prof Chris Williams); DASH Study (MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit, PI Prof Seeromanie Harding); Walking for Wellbeing in the West 65+ (University of Strathclyde, PI Prof Nanette Mutrie); STAND diabetes prevention scoping study (University of Strathclyde, PI Dr Alison Kirk); and the Raine Study (University of Western Australia, PI Prof Fiona Stanley).

Lynsay sits on the University of Glasgow’s Athena Swan group for Postgraduate Research and also on the Staff Development and Learning Group for the MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit.

Here are links to Lynsay’s Google Scholar and ORCID pages.


Research interests

Research Interests:  Public health, lifestyle, physical activity for health, obesity, weight loss, diabetes prevention and management, social support for lifestyle change.

Expertise: process evaluation, qualitative methods, translation of research into practice.


Grants

Grants and Awards listed are those received whilst working with the University of Glasgow.

  • Updating the MRC guidance on complex interventions
    Medical Research Council
    2017 - 2018
     
  • Updating the MRC guidance on complex interventions
    Department of Health
    2017 - 2017
     

Teaching

Lynsay has taught a range of public health topics including: prevention and management of Type 2 diabetes; walking and disability; physical activity and multiple sclerosis; social determinants of health; physical activity and health; the socio-ecological model; and evaluating physical activity interventions. Lynsay is also experienced in leading laboratory and tutorial sessions on: cardiorespiratory fitness; muscular strength and endurance; flexibility; body composition.

Lynsay also delivers mentorship sessions for postgraduate researchers on; how to do a systematic review; how to do a literature review; writing for academic practice; using Endnote referencing software; and searching scientific databases.


Publications

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Number of items: 36.

2018

Mitchell, F., Stevens, G., Jahoda, A., Matthews, L., Hankey, C., Murray, H. and Melville, C. (2018) The lifestyle behaviours of young adults with intellectual disabilities as they transition from school to adulthood: a pilot and feasibility study. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 31(6), pp. 1154-1163. (doi:10.1111/jar.12489) (PMID:29953690)

Williams, C. , McClay, C.-A., Matthews, L., McConnachie, A. , Haig, C. , Walker, A. and Morrison, J. (2018) Community-based group guided self-help intervention for low mood and stress: randomised controlled trial. British Journal of Psychiatry, 212(2), pp. 88-95. (doi:10.1192/bjp.2017.18) (PMID:29436324)

Mitchell, F., Stalker, K., Matthews, L., Mutrie, N., Melling, C., McConnachie, A. , Murray, H. and Melville, C. A. (2018) A qualitative exploration of participants’ experiences of taking part in a walking programme: Perceived benefits, barriers, choices and use of intervention resources. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 31(S1), pp. 110-121. (doi:10.1111/jar.12326) (PMID:28004473)

Stevens, G., Jahoda, A., Matthews, L., Hankey, C., Melville, C. , Murray, H. and Mitchell, F. (2018) A theory-informed qualitative exploration of social and environmental determinants of physical activity and dietary choices in young adults with intellectual disabilities in their final year of school. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 31(S1), pp. 52-67. (doi:10.1111/jar.12340) (PMID:28401626)

2017

Matthews, L. et al. (2017) Study protocol for the ‘HelpMeDoIt!’ randomised controlled feasibility trial: an app, web and social support based weight loss intervention for adults with obesity. BMJ Open, 7(10), e017159. (doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2017-017159) (PMID:29074513) (PMCID:PMC5665248)

Matthews, L., Kirk, A., McCallum, M., Mutrie, N., Gold, A. and Keen, A. (2017) The feasibility of a physical activity intervention for adults within routine diabetes care. A process evaluation. Practical Diabetes, 34(1), 7-12a. (doi:10.1002/pdi.2069)

Matthews, L. (2017) The accessory digestive organs. In: Rankin, J. (ed.) Physiology in Childbearing with Anatomy and Related Biosciences. Elsevier: Edinburgh, pp. 231-238. ISBN 9780702061882

Matthews, L. (2017) The gastrointestinal tract. In: Rankin, J. (ed.) Physiology in Childbearing with Anatomy and Related Biosciences. Elsevier: Edinburgh, pp. 217-230. ISBN 9780702061882

Matthews, L. (2017) The male reproductive system. In: Rankin, J. (ed.) Physiology in Childbearing with Anatomy and Related Biosciences. Elsevier: Edinburgh, pp. 43-48. ISBN 9780702061882

Matthews, L. and Rankin, J. (2017) Muscle – the pelvic floor. In: Rankin, J. (ed.) Physiology in Childbearing with Anatomy and Related Biosciences. Elsevier: Edinburgh, pp. 263-274. ISBN 9780702061882

Matthews, L. and Rankin, J. (2017) The central nervous system. In: Rankin, J. (ed.) Physiology in Childbearing with Anatomy and Related Biosciences. Elsevier: Edinburgh, pp. 275-288. ISBN 9780702061882

Matthews, L. and Rankin, J. (2017) The endocrine system. In: Rankin, J. (ed.) Physiology in Childbearing with Anatomy and Related Biosciences. Elsevier: Edinburgh, pp. 297-304. ISBN 9780702061882

Matthews, L. and Rankin, J. (2017) The immune system. In: Rankin, J. (ed.) Physiology in Childbearing with Anatomy and Related Biosciences. Elsevier: Edinburgh, pp. 305-315. ISBN 9780702061882

Matthews, L. and Rankin, J. (2017) The peripheral and autonomic nervous system. In: Rankin, J. (ed.) Physiology in Childbearing with Anatomy and Related Biosciences. Elsevier: Edinburgh, pp. 289-296. ISBN 9780702061882

Rankin, J. and Matthews, L. (2017) Embryology systems 1 – trunk, head and limbs. In: Rankin, J. (ed.) Physiology in Childbearing with Anatomy and Related Biosciences. Elsevier: Edinburgh, pp. 93-102. ISBN 9780702061882

Rankin, J. and Matthews, L. (2017) Embryology systems 2 – internal organs. In: Rankin, J. (ed.) Physiology in Childbearing with Anatomy and Related Biosciences. Elsevier: Edinburgh, pp. 103-110. ISBN 9780702061882

Rankin, J. and Matthews, L. (2017) General embryology. In: Rankin, J. (ed.) Physiology in Childbearing with Anatomy and Related Biosciences. Elsevier: Edinburgh, pp. 79-92. ISBN 9780702061882

Rankin, J. and Matthews, L. (2017) The female reproductive system. In: Rankin, J. (ed.) Physiology in Childbearing with Anatomy and Related Biosciences. Elsevier: Edinburgh, pp. 33-42. ISBN 9780702061882

2016

Rankin, J., Matthews, L., Cobley, S., Han, A., Sanders, R., Wiltshire, H. D. and Baker, J. S. (2016) Psychological consequences of childhood obesity: psychiatric comorbidity and prevention. Adolescent Health, Medicine and Therapeutics, 2016(7), pp. 125-146. (doi:10.2147/AHMT.S101631) (PMID:27881930) (PMCID:PMC5115694)

Simpson, S.A. et al. (2016) Mobilising social support: insights for the development of a web and app based intervention for weight loss. UNSPECIFIED S59-S60. (doi:10.1007/s12529-016-9586-3)

Simpson, S.A. , Pugmire, J. , Matthews, L. and Moore, L. (2016) Exploring social networks within a web and app based intervention for weight loss. UNSPECIFIED S22. (doi:10.1007/s12529-016-9586-3)

Matthews, L., Mitchell, F., Stalker, K., McConnachie, A. , Murray, H., Melling, C., Mutrie, N. and Melville, C. (2016) Process evaluation of the Walk Well study: a cluster-randomised controlled trial of a community based walking programme for adults with intellectual disabilities. BMC Public Health, 16, 527. (doi:10.1186/s12889-016-3179-6) (PMID:27387203) (PMCID:PMC4936049)

McGuire, C., Rankin, J., Matthews, L., Cerinus, M. and Zaveri, S. (2016) Improving the quality of the NHS workforce through values and competency-based selection. Nursing Management, 23(4), pp. 26-33. (doi:10.7748/nm.2016.e1502) (PMID:27369725)

Rankin, J., McGuire, C., Matthews, L., Russell, M. and Ray, D. (2016) Facilitators and barriers to the increased supervisory role of senior charge nurses: a qualitative study. Journal of Nursing Management, 24(3), pp. 366-375. (doi:10.1111/jonm.12330) (PMID:26370219)

Mitchell, F., Jahoda, A., Hankey, C., Matthews, L., Murray, H. and Melville, C. (2016) ‘Moving on and feeling good’: a feasibility study to explore the lifestyle behaviours of young adults with intellectual disabilities as they transition from school to adulthood—a study protocol. Pilot and Feasibility Studies, 2(1), 8. (doi:10.1186/s40814-015-0044-9)

Simpson, S. A. , Matthews, L., Pugmire, J. , Moore, L. and Utkina-Macaskill, O. (2016) Mobilising Social Support: Insights from the Development of a Web and App based Intervention. 2nd Behaviour Change Conference: Digital Health and Wellbeing, London, England, 24-25 Feb 2016. (doi:10.3389/conf.FPUBH.2016.01.00067)

2015

Mcclay, C.-A. et al. (2015) A community-based pilot randomised controlled study of life skills classes for individuals with low mood and depression. BMC Psychiatry, 15, 17. (doi:10.1186/s12888-015-0384-2) (PMID:25884922) (PMCID:PMC4331464)

Melville, C. A. , Mitchell, F., Stalker, K., Matthews, L., McConnachie, A. , Murray, H. M., Melling, C. and Mutrie, N. (2015) Effectiveness of a walking programme to support adults with intellectual disabilities to increase physical activity: Walk Well cluster-randomised controlled trial. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 12, 125. (doi:10.1186/s12966-015-0290-5) (PMID:26416606) (PMCID:PMC4587575)

2014

Matthews, L., Kirk, A. and Mutrie, N. (2014) Insight from health professionals on physical activity promotion within routine diabetes care. Practical Diabetes, 31(3), 111-116e. (doi:10.1002/pdi.1844)

MacMillan, F., Kirk, A., Mutrie, N., Matthews, L., Robertson, K. and Saunders, D. H. (2014) A systematic review of physical activity and sedentary behavior intervention studies in youth with type 1 diabetes: study characteristics, intervention design, and efficacy. Pediatric Diabetes, 15(3), pp. 175-189. (doi:10.1111/pedi.12060) (PMID:23895512)

Matthews, L., Kirk, A., MacMillan, F. and Mutrie, N. (2014) Can physical activity interventions for adults with type 2 diabetes be translated into practice settings? A systematic review using the RE-AIM framework. Translational Behavioral Medicine, 4(1), pp. 60-78. (doi:10.1007/s13142-013-0235-y) (PMID:24653777) (PMCID:PMC3958594)

2013

Mitchell, F., Melville, C. , Stalker, K., Matthews, L., McConnachie, A. , Murray, H., Walker, A. and Mutrie, N. (2013) Walk well: a randomised controlled trial of a walking intervention for adults with intellectual disabilities: study protocol. BMC Public Health, 13, 620. (doi:10.1186/1471-2458-13-620) (PMID:23816316) (PMCID:PMC3733830)

2011

Melville, C.A. et al. (2011) An open study of the effectiveness of a multi-component weight-loss intervention for adults with intellectual disabilities and obesity. British Journal of Nutrition, 105(10), pp. 1553-1562. (doi:10.1017/S0007114510005362) (PMID:21255473)

Matthews, L. et al. (2011) Agreement of accelerometer and a physical activity questionnaire in adults with intellectual disabilities. Preventive Medicine, 52(5), pp. 361-364. (doi:10.1016/j.ypmed.2011.02.001)

Spanos, D. et al. (2011) Carers' perspectives on a weight loss intervention for obese adults with intellectual disabilities: a qualitative study. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society, 70(OCE1), (doi:10.1017/S0029665111000358) (PMID:22369631)

2010

Melville, C. , Spanos, D., Rankin, L., Macmillan, S., Penpraze, V., Boyle, S., Pert, C., Robinson, N., Miller, S. and Hankey, C. (2010) A pilot study of the TAKE 5 weight loss intervention for adults with obesity. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 23(5), p. 468. (doi:10.1111/j.1468-3148.2010.00587.x)

This list was generated on Thu Feb 21 20:38:09 2019 GMT.
Number of items: 37.

Articles

Mitchell, F., Stevens, G., Jahoda, A., Matthews, L., Hankey, C., Murray, H. and Melville, C. (2018) The lifestyle behaviours of young adults with intellectual disabilities as they transition from school to adulthood: a pilot and feasibility study. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 31(6), pp. 1154-1163. (doi:10.1111/jar.12489) (PMID:29953690)

Williams, C. , McClay, C.-A., Matthews, L., McConnachie, A. , Haig, C. , Walker, A. and Morrison, J. (2018) Community-based group guided self-help intervention for low mood and stress: randomised controlled trial. British Journal of Psychiatry, 212(2), pp. 88-95. (doi:10.1192/bjp.2017.18) (PMID:29436324)

Mitchell, F., Stalker, K., Matthews, L., Mutrie, N., Melling, C., McConnachie, A. , Murray, H. and Melville, C. A. (2018) A qualitative exploration of participants’ experiences of taking part in a walking programme: Perceived benefits, barriers, choices and use of intervention resources. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 31(S1), pp. 110-121. (doi:10.1111/jar.12326) (PMID:28004473)

Stevens, G., Jahoda, A., Matthews, L., Hankey, C., Melville, C. , Murray, H. and Mitchell, F. (2018) A theory-informed qualitative exploration of social and environmental determinants of physical activity and dietary choices in young adults with intellectual disabilities in their final year of school. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 31(S1), pp. 52-67. (doi:10.1111/jar.12340) (PMID:28401626)

Matthews, L. et al. (2017) Study protocol for the ‘HelpMeDoIt!’ randomised controlled feasibility trial: an app, web and social support based weight loss intervention for adults with obesity. BMJ Open, 7(10), e017159. (doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2017-017159) (PMID:29074513) (PMCID:PMC5665248)

Matthews, L., Kirk, A., McCallum, M., Mutrie, N., Gold, A. and Keen, A. (2017) The feasibility of a physical activity intervention for adults within routine diabetes care. A process evaluation. Practical Diabetes, 34(1), 7-12a. (doi:10.1002/pdi.2069)

Rankin, J., Matthews, L., Cobley, S., Han, A., Sanders, R., Wiltshire, H. D. and Baker, J. S. (2016) Psychological consequences of childhood obesity: psychiatric comorbidity and prevention. Adolescent Health, Medicine and Therapeutics, 2016(7), pp. 125-146. (doi:10.2147/AHMT.S101631) (PMID:27881930) (PMCID:PMC5115694)

Matthews, L., Mitchell, F., Stalker, K., McConnachie, A. , Murray, H., Melling, C., Mutrie, N. and Melville, C. (2016) Process evaluation of the Walk Well study: a cluster-randomised controlled trial of a community based walking programme for adults with intellectual disabilities. BMC Public Health, 16, 527. (doi:10.1186/s12889-016-3179-6) (PMID:27387203) (PMCID:PMC4936049)

McGuire, C., Rankin, J., Matthews, L., Cerinus, M. and Zaveri, S. (2016) Improving the quality of the NHS workforce through values and competency-based selection. Nursing Management, 23(4), pp. 26-33. (doi:10.7748/nm.2016.e1502) (PMID:27369725)

Rankin, J., McGuire, C., Matthews, L., Russell, M. and Ray, D. (2016) Facilitators and barriers to the increased supervisory role of senior charge nurses: a qualitative study. Journal of Nursing Management, 24(3), pp. 366-375. (doi:10.1111/jonm.12330) (PMID:26370219)

Mitchell, F., Jahoda, A., Hankey, C., Matthews, L., Murray, H. and Melville, C. (2016) ‘Moving on and feeling good’: a feasibility study to explore the lifestyle behaviours of young adults with intellectual disabilities as they transition from school to adulthood—a study protocol. Pilot and Feasibility Studies, 2(1), 8. (doi:10.1186/s40814-015-0044-9)

Mcclay, C.-A. et al. (2015) A community-based pilot randomised controlled study of life skills classes for individuals with low mood and depression. BMC Psychiatry, 15, 17. (doi:10.1186/s12888-015-0384-2) (PMID:25884922) (PMCID:PMC4331464)

Melville, C. A. , Mitchell, F., Stalker, K., Matthews, L., McConnachie, A. , Murray, H. M., Melling, C. and Mutrie, N. (2015) Effectiveness of a walking programme to support adults with intellectual disabilities to increase physical activity: Walk Well cluster-randomised controlled trial. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 12, 125. (doi:10.1186/s12966-015-0290-5) (PMID:26416606) (PMCID:PMC4587575)

Matthews, L., Kirk, A. and Mutrie, N. (2014) Insight from health professionals on physical activity promotion within routine diabetes care. Practical Diabetes, 31(3), 111-116e. (doi:10.1002/pdi.1844)

MacMillan, F., Kirk, A., Mutrie, N., Matthews, L., Robertson, K. and Saunders, D. H. (2014) A systematic review of physical activity and sedentary behavior intervention studies in youth with type 1 diabetes: study characteristics, intervention design, and efficacy. Pediatric Diabetes, 15(3), pp. 175-189. (doi:10.1111/pedi.12060) (PMID:23895512)

Matthews, L., Kirk, A., MacMillan, F. and Mutrie, N. (2014) Can physical activity interventions for adults with type 2 diabetes be translated into practice settings? A systematic review using the RE-AIM framework. Translational Behavioral Medicine, 4(1), pp. 60-78. (doi:10.1007/s13142-013-0235-y) (PMID:24653777) (PMCID:PMC3958594)

Mitchell, F., Melville, C. , Stalker, K., Matthews, L., McConnachie, A. , Murray, H., Walker, A. and Mutrie, N. (2013) Walk well: a randomised controlled trial of a walking intervention for adults with intellectual disabilities: study protocol. BMC Public Health, 13, 620. (doi:10.1186/1471-2458-13-620) (PMID:23816316) (PMCID:PMC3733830)

Melville, C.A. et al. (2011) An open study of the effectiveness of a multi-component weight-loss intervention for adults with intellectual disabilities and obesity. British Journal of Nutrition, 105(10), pp. 1553-1562. (doi:10.1017/S0007114510005362) (PMID:21255473)

Matthews, L. et al. (2011) Agreement of accelerometer and a physical activity questionnaire in adults with intellectual disabilities. Preventive Medicine, 52(5), pp. 361-364. (doi:10.1016/j.ypmed.2011.02.001)

Spanos, D. et al. (2011) Carers' perspectives on a weight loss intervention for obese adults with intellectual disabilities: a qualitative study. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society, 70(OCE1), (doi:10.1017/S0029665111000358) (PMID:22369631)

Melville, C. , Spanos, D., Rankin, L., Macmillan, S., Penpraze, V., Boyle, S., Pert, C., Robinson, N., Miller, S. and Hankey, C. (2010) A pilot study of the TAKE 5 weight loss intervention for adults with obesity. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 23(5), p. 468. (doi:10.1111/j.1468-3148.2010.00587.x)

Book Sections

Matthews, L. (2017) The accessory digestive organs. In: Rankin, J. (ed.) Physiology in Childbearing with Anatomy and Related Biosciences. Elsevier: Edinburgh, pp. 231-238. ISBN 9780702061882

Matthews, L. (2017) The gastrointestinal tract. In: Rankin, J. (ed.) Physiology in Childbearing with Anatomy and Related Biosciences. Elsevier: Edinburgh, pp. 217-230. ISBN 9780702061882

Matthews, L. (2017) The male reproductive system. In: Rankin, J. (ed.) Physiology in Childbearing with Anatomy and Related Biosciences. Elsevier: Edinburgh, pp. 43-48. ISBN 9780702061882

Matthews, L. and Rankin, J. (2017) Muscle – the pelvic floor. In: Rankin, J. (ed.) Physiology in Childbearing with Anatomy and Related Biosciences. Elsevier: Edinburgh, pp. 263-274. ISBN 9780702061882

Matthews, L. and Rankin, J. (2017) The central nervous system. In: Rankin, J. (ed.) Physiology in Childbearing with Anatomy and Related Biosciences. Elsevier: Edinburgh, pp. 275-288. ISBN 9780702061882

Matthews, L. and Rankin, J. (2017) The endocrine system. In: Rankin, J. (ed.) Physiology in Childbearing with Anatomy and Related Biosciences. Elsevier: Edinburgh, pp. 297-304. ISBN 9780702061882

Matthews, L. and Rankin, J. (2017) The immune system. In: Rankin, J. (ed.) Physiology in Childbearing with Anatomy and Related Biosciences. Elsevier: Edinburgh, pp. 305-315. ISBN 9780702061882

Matthews, L. and Rankin, J. (2017) The peripheral and autonomic nervous system. In: Rankin, J. (ed.) Physiology in Childbearing with Anatomy and Related Biosciences. Elsevier: Edinburgh, pp. 289-296. ISBN 9780702061882

Rankin, J. and Matthews, L. (2017) Embryology systems 1 – trunk, head and limbs. In: Rankin, J. (ed.) Physiology in Childbearing with Anatomy and Related Biosciences. Elsevier: Edinburgh, pp. 93-102. ISBN 9780702061882

Rankin, J. and Matthews, L. (2017) Embryology systems 2 – internal organs. In: Rankin, J. (ed.) Physiology in Childbearing with Anatomy and Related Biosciences. Elsevier: Edinburgh, pp. 103-110. ISBN 9780702061882

Rankin, J. and Matthews, L. (2017) General embryology. In: Rankin, J. (ed.) Physiology in Childbearing with Anatomy and Related Biosciences. Elsevier: Edinburgh, pp. 79-92. ISBN 9780702061882

Rankin, J. and Matthews, L. (2017) The female reproductive system. In: Rankin, J. (ed.) Physiology in Childbearing with Anatomy and Related Biosciences. Elsevier: Edinburgh, pp. 33-42. ISBN 9780702061882

Conference or Workshop Item

Simpson, S.A. et al. (2016) Mobilising social support: insights for the development of a web and app based intervention for weight loss. UNSPECIFIED S59-S60. (doi:10.1007/s12529-016-9586-3)

Simpson, S.A. , Pugmire, J. , Matthews, L. and Moore, L. (2016) Exploring social networks within a web and app based intervention for weight loss. UNSPECIFIED S22. (doi:10.1007/s12529-016-9586-3)

Simpson, S. A. , Matthews, L., Pugmire, J. , Moore, L. and Utkina-Macaskill, O. (2016) Mobilising Social Support: Insights from the Development of a Web and App based Intervention. 2nd Behaviour Change Conference: Digital Health and Wellbeing, London, England, 24-25 Feb 2016. (doi:10.3389/conf.FPUBH.2016.01.00067)

Key Findings

Williams, C. , Morrison, J. , McConnachie, A. , Mcclay, C.-A., Matthews, L. and Haig, C. A randomised controlled trial of a community based group guided self-help intervention for low mood and stress. [Key Findings]

This list was generated on Thu Feb 21 20:38:09 2019 GMT.