Professor Sally Wyke

  • Deputy Director, Institute of Health and Wellbeing / Interdisciplinary Research Professor, Professor (Institute of Health & Wellbeing Social Sciences)
  • Deputy Director of Institute of Health and Wellbeing (Institute of Health & Wellbeing)
  • Dean of Research (Social Sciences College Senior Management)
  • Associate (School of Medicine, Dentistry & Nursing)

Biography

My expertise is in applying interdisciplinary social science theory and evidence to developing and evaluating complex interventions for health and wellbeing which are appropriate to context and culture.

I have been awarded 62 research grants, studentships or fellowships (including three programme grants) totalling over £12 million. 

I co-led the award winning Football Fans in Training Programme (FFIT).  FFIT is a highly effective and cost effective gender-sensitised, group-based weight management programme for men delivered in professional football clubs.  It is now delivered across Scotland, Germany, parts of England and the Netherlands under the leadership of the Scottish Professional Football League Trust

I led the EU-funded consortium ‘EuroFIT’ which is an effective and cost-effective lifestyle change programme for men to increase physical activity.  It is now being developed for wider implementation across Europe by Healthy Stadia.  

I have been Director of the Scottish School of Primary Care (2000-2005), Director of the Alliance for Self Care Research (2005 – 2010), Deputy Director of the Institute of Health and Wellbeing (2011-present) and Dean of Research, College of Social Sciences (2017 – present).

I has served on a number of grant awarding bodies, including:  Canadian Institute for Health Research Advisory Committee Member for Networks in Chronic Disease, 2015, Research Council for Norway, Health, Care and Welfare Services Research Committee, 2016 and 2018, Prevention Expert Review Panel, CRUK Population Health Committee, 2016 -

I was appointed distinguished International Affiliate, American Society for Health Psychology, 2017, Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 2015, Member of CRUK/BUPA Foundation Cancer Prevention Initiative International Advisory Board, 2014, Valkhoff Professor 2012, Radboud University Nijmegen, the Netherlands, Honorary Professor, School of Nursing and Public Health, University of Kwa Zulu Natal, South Africa, July 2015 - .


Research interests

I am interested in complex intervention to improve health, in public health, community settings or primary care. I bring mixed methods intervention development and evaluation skills and use evidence, theory and experiences. I am also interested in policy and programme evaluation, in evaluation methodologies and interdisciplinary approaches. 

This means that my work covers organisational and individual approaches to supporting people in all social positions to:

  • live healthily and reduce risk of illness
  • manage multiple conditions, particularly long term conditions
  • consult early with symptoms that might be cancer
  • enable health and wellbeing in later life
  • self-manage illness

I am also committed to working in participative ways with people, practitioners and policy makers to support the use of research to improve health and illness.


Publications

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Number of items: 177.

2019

Boa, S., Duncan, E., Haraldsdottir, E. and Wyke, S. (2019) Mind the gap: patients' experiences and perceptions of goal setting in palliative care. Progress in Palliative Care, (Accepted for Publication)

Mccowan, C. et al. (2019) Comparing uptake across breast, cervical and bowel screening at an individual level: a retrospective cohort study. British Journal of Cancer, (doi:10.1038/s41416-019-0564-9) (PMID:31481732) (Early Online Publication)

Pietsch, B., Weisser, B., Hanewinkel, R., Gray, C. , Hunt, K. , Wyke, S. and Morgenstern, M. (2019) Short term effects of a weight loss and healthy lifestyle programme for overweight and obese men delivered by German football clubs. European Journal of Sport Science, (doi:10.1080/17461391.2019.1660809) (PMID:31456489) (Early Online Publication)

Hughes, S., Lewis, S., Willis, K., Rogers, A., Wyke, S. and Smith, L. (2019) Participants’ experiences of and perceived value regarding different support types for long-term condition self-management programmes. Chronic Illness, (doi:10.1177/1742395319869437) (PMID:31426657) (Early Online Publication)

McCowan, C. et al. (2019) Comparing uptake across breast, cervical and bowel cancer screening at an individual level: a retrospective cohort study. British Journal of Cancer, (Accepted for Publication)

Palmer, V. J., Gray, C. M. , Fitzsimons, C. F., Mutrie, N., Wyke, S. , Deary, I. J., Der, G. , Chastin, S. F.M. and Skelton, D. A. (2019) What do older people do when sitting and why? Implications for decreasing sedentary behaviour. Gerontologist, 59(4), pp. 686-697. (doi:10.1093/geront/gny020) (PMID:29771308)

Draper, C. E., Tomaz, S. A., Zihindula, G., Bunn, C. , Gray, C. M. , Hunt, K. , Micklesfield, L. K. and Wyke, S. (2019) Development, feasibility, acceptability and potential effectiveness of a healthy lifestyle programme delivered in churches in urban and rural South Africa. PLoS ONE, 14(7), e0219787. (doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0219787) (PMID:31365557)

Hughes, S., Lewis, S., Willis, K., Rogers, A., Wyke, S. and Smith, L. (2019) Goal setting in group programmes for long-term condition self-management support: experiences of patients and healthcare professionals. Psychology and Health, (doi:10.1080/08870446.2019.1623891) (PMID:31189339) (Early Online Publication)

Cunningham, Y., Wyke, S. , Blyth, K. G. , Rigg, D., Macdonald, S. , Macleod, U., Harrow, S., Robb, K. A. and Whitaker, K. L. (2019) Lung cancer symptom appraisal among people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: a qualitative interview study. Psycho-Oncology, 28(4), pp. 718-725. (doi:10.1002/pon.5005) (PMID:30693608) (PMCID:PMC6492269)

Davie-Smith, F., Paul, L., Stuart, W., Kennon, B., Young, R. and Wyke, S. (2019) The influence of socio-economic deprivation on mobility, participation, and quality of life following major lower extremity amputation in the West of Scotland. European Journal of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery, 57(4), pp. 554-560. (doi:10.1016/j.ejvs.2018.10.011) (PMID:30905506)

Mercer, S. W. , Fitzpatrick, B., Grant, L., Chng, N. R. , McConnachie, A. , Bakhshi, A., James-Rae, G., O'Donnell, C. A. and Wyke, S. (2019) Effectiveness of community-links practitioners in areas of high socioeconomic deprivation. Annals of Family Medicine, (Accepted for Publication)

Simpson, S., Wyke, S. and Mercer, S. W. (2019) Adaptation of a mindfulness-based intervention for incarcerated young men: a feasibility study. Mindfulness, (doi:10.1007/s12671-018-1076-z) (Early Online Publication)

Wyke, S. et al. (2019) The effect of a programme to improve men's sedentary time and physical activity: the European Fans in Training (EuroFIT) randomised controlled trial. PLoS Medicine, 16(2), e1002736. (doi:10.1371/journal.pmed.1002736) (PMID:30721231) (PMCID:PMC6363143)

2018

Bunn, C. , Donnachie, C., Wyke, S. , Hunt, K. , Brennan, G. , Lennox, J., Maclean, A. and Gray, C. M. (2018) Can professional football clubs deliver a weight management programme for women: a feasibility study. BMC Public Health, 18, 1330. (doi:10.1186/s12889-018-6255-2) (PMID:30509224) (PMCID:PMC6276211)

Mercer, S. , Simpson, R., Lawrence, M. and Wyke, S. (2018) Mindfulness-based interventions for young offenders: a scoping review. Mindfulness, 9(5), pp. 1330-1343. (doi:10.1007/s12671-018-0892-5) (PMID:30294385) (PMCID:PMC6153893)

Quested, E. et al. (2018) Protocol for a gender-sensitised weight loss and healthy living programme for overweight and obese men delivered in Australian Football League settings (Aussie-FIT): a feasibility and pilot randomised controlled trial. BMJ Open, 8(10), e022663. (doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2018-022663) (PMID:30337315) (PMCID:PMC6196804)

Hu, J. et al. (2018) The impact of lay counselors on HIV testing rates: quasi-experimental evidence from lay counselor redeployment in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. AIDS, 32(14), pp. 2067-2073. (doi:10.1097/QAD.0000000000001924) (PMID:29912066)

Hughes, S., Lewis, S., Willis, K., Rogers, A., Wyke, S. and Smith, L. (2018) How do facilitators of group programmes for long-term conditions conceptualise self-management support? Chronic Illness, (doi:10.1177/1742395318792068) (PMID:30068222) (Early Online Publication)

Gray, C. M. et al. (2018) Long-term weight loss following a randomised controlled trial of a weight management programme for men delivered through professional football clubs: the Football Fans in Training follow-up study. Public Health Research, 6(9), (doi:10.3310/phr06090) (PMID:30035935)

Skivington, K. , Smith, M., Chng, N. R. , Mackenzie, M. , Wyke, S. and Mercer, S. W. (2018) Delivering a primary care-based social prescribing initiative: a qualitative study of the benefits and challenges. British Journal of General Practice, 68(672), e487-e494. (doi:10.3399/bjgp18X696617) (PMID:29784868) (PMCID:PMC6014416)

Gray, C. M. et al. (2018) Long-term weight loss trajectories following participation in a randomised controlled trial of a weight management programme for men delivered through professional football clubs: A longitudinal cohort study and economic evaluation. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 15, 60. (doi:10.1186/s12966-018-0683-3) (PMID:29954449) (PMCID:29954449)

Gill, J. M.R. et al. (2018) Validation of a novel device to measure and provide feedback on sedentary behavior. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 50(3), pp. 525-532. (doi:10.1249/MSS.0000000000001458) (PMID:29040225) (PMCID:PMC5828381)

Donnachie, C., Wyke, S. and Hunt, K. (2018) Men’s reactions to receiving objective feedback on their weight, BMI and other health risk indicators. BMC Public Health, 18, 291. (doi:10.1186/s12889-018-5179-1) (PMID:29486743) (PMCID:PMC5830073)

Boa, S., Duncan, E., Haraldsdottir, E. and Wyke, S. (2018) Patient-centred goal setting in a hospice: a comparative case study of how health practitioners understand and use goal setting in practice. International Journal of Palliative Nursing, 24(3), pp. 115-122. (doi:10.12968/ijpn.2018.24.3.115)

2017

Kotzur, M. , Wyke, S. , Macdonald, S. , Steele, R., Weller, D., Campbell, C., Crighton, E., Mccowan, C. and Robb, K. (2017) Strategies to Increase Bowel Screening Uptake: a Focus Group Study of Non-participants. UK Society for Behavioural Medicine Annual Scientific Meeting, Liverpool, United Kingdom, 13-14 Dec 2017. (Unpublished)

Dybus, A., Paul, L., Wyke, S. , Brewster, S. , Gill, J. M.R. , Ramsay, A. and Campbell, E. (2017) Validation of smartphone step count algorithm used in STARFISH smartphone application. Technology and Health Care, 25(6), pp. 1157-1162. (doi:10.3233/thc-170970) (PMID:28946599)

Petrella, R. J. et al. (2017) Hockey fans in training: a pilot pragmatic randomized controlled trial. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 49(12), pp. 2506-2516. (doi:10.1249/MSS.0000000000001380) (PMID:28719494) (PMCID:PMC5704649)

Davie-Smith, F., Coulter, E. , Kennon, B., Wyke, S. and Paul, L. (2017) Factors influencing quality of life following lower limb amputation for peripheral arterial occlusive disease: a systematic review of the literature. Prosthetics and Orthotics International, 41(6), pp. 537-547. (doi:10.1177/0309364617690394) (PMID:28147898)

Hughes, S., Lewis, S., Willis, K., Rogers, A., Wyke, S. and Smith, L. (2017) The experience of facilitators and participants of long term condition self-management group programmes: a qualitative synthesis. Patient Education and Counseling, 100(12), pp. 2244-2254. (doi:10.1016/j.pec.2017.06.035) (PMID:28711415)

Blunt, W. et al. (2017) Optimization of the Hockey Fans in Training (Hockey FIT) weight loss and healthy lifestyle program for male hockey fans. BMC Public Health, 17, 916. (doi:10.1186/s12889-017-4926-z) (PMID:29183291) (PMCID:PMC5706169)

MacLean, A., Hunt, K. , Smith, S. and Wyke, S. (2017) Does gender matter? An analysis of men's and women's accounts of responding to symptoms of lung cancer. Social Science and Medicine, 191, pp. 134-142. (doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2017.09.015) (PMID:28917622) (PMCID:PMC5630200)

Kotzur, M. , Wyke, S. , Macdonald, S. , Steele, R., Weller, D., Campbell, C., Crighton, E., Mccowan, C. and Robb, K. (2017) Involving Future Users in Developing Cancer Screening Interventions: a Case Study. European Health Psychology Society Conference 2017, Padova, Italy, 29 Aug - 02 Sep 2017. (Unpublished)

van de Glind, I. et al. (2017) The intervention process in the European Fans in Training (EuroFIT) trial: a mixed method protocol for evaluation. Trials, 18, 356. (doi:10.1186/s13063-017-2095-0) (PMID:28750673) (PMCID:PMC5531072)

Martin, A. , Adams, J. M., Bunn, C. , Gill, J. M.R. , Gray, C. M. , Hunt, K. , Maxwell, D. J., van der Ploeg, H. P., Wyke, S. and Mutrie, N. (2017) Feasibility of a real-time self-monitoring device for sitting less and moving more: a randomised controlled trial. BMJ Open Sport and Exercise Medicine, 3(1), e000285. (doi:10.1136/bmjsem-2017-000285) (PMID:29081985) (PMCID:PMC5652617)

Donnachie, C., Wyke, S. , Mutrie, N. and Hunt, K. (2017) 'It's like a personal motivator that you carried around wi' you': utilising self-determination theory to understand men's experiences of using pedometers to increase physical activity in a weight management programme. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 14, 61. (doi:10.1186/s12966-017-0505-z) (PMID:28476118) (PMCID:PMC5420087)

Lennon, M. R. et al. (2017) Readiness for delivering digital health at scale: lessons from a longitudinal qualitative evaluation of a national digital health innovation program in the United Kingdom. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 19(2), e42. (doi:10.2196/jmir.6900) (PMID:28209558) (PMCID:PMC5334516)

Mercer, S. W. , Fitzpatrick, B., Grant, L., Chng, N. R. , O'Donnell, C. , Mackenzie, M. , McConnachie, A. , Bakhshi, A. and Wyke, S. (2017) The Glasgow ‘Deep End’ Links Worker Study Protocol: a quasi-experimental evaluation of a social prescribing intervention for patients with complex needs in areas of high socioeconomic deprivation. Journal of Comorbidity, 7(1), pp. 1-10. (doi:10.15256/joc.2017.7.102)

2016

Bunn, C. , Wyke, S. , Gray, C. M. , Maclean, A. and Hunt, K. (2016) 'Coz football is what we all have': masculinities, practice, performance and effervescence in a gender-sensitised weight-loss and healthy living programme for men. Sociology of Health and Illness, 38(5), pp. 812-828. (doi:10.1111/1467-9566.12402) (PMID:26864994) (PMCID:PMC4950300)

Gill, D. P. et al. (2016) Hockey Fans in Training (Hockey FIT) pilot study protocol: a gender-sensitized weight loss and healthy lifestyle program for overweight and obese male hockey fans. BMC Public Health, 16, 1096. (doi:10.1186/s12889-016-3730-5) (PMID:27756351) (PMCID:PMC5070306)

Kotzur, M. , Wyke, S. , Macdonald, S. , Steele, R., Weller, D., Campbell, C., Crighton, E., Mccowan, C. and Robb, K. (2016) Improving Bowel Screening Uptake: Lessons from Higher Uptake of Breast and Cervical Screening. UK Society for Behavioural Medicine 12th Annual Scientific Meeting, Cardiff, Wales, 01-02 Dec 2016. (Unpublished)

Mercer, S. W. , O'Brien, R., Fitzpatrick, B., Higgins, M., Guthrie, B., Watt, G. and Wyke, S. (2016) The development and optimisation of a primary care-based whole system complex intervention (CARE Plus) for patients with multimorbidity living in areas of high socioeconomic deprivation. Chronic Illness, 12(3), pp. 165-181. (doi:10.1177/1742395316644304) (PMID:27068113) (PMCID:PMC4995497)

Conway, E., Wyke, S. , Sugden, J., Mutrie, N. and Anderson, A. S. (2016) Can a lifestyle intervention be offered through NHS breast cancer screening? Challenges and opportunities identified in a qualitative study of women attending screening. BMC Public Health, 16, 758. (doi:10.1186/s12889-016-3445-7) (PMID:27515673) (PMCID:PMC4982403)

van Nassau, F. et al. (2016) Study protocol of European Fans in Training (EuroFIT): a four-country randomised controlled trial of a lifestyle program for men delivered in elite football clubs. BMC Public Health, 16, 598. (doi:10.1186/s12889-016-3255-y) (PMID:27430332) (PMCID:PMC4950080)

Gill, D. P. et al. (2016) Impact of Hockey Fans in Training Program on Steps and Self-rated Health in Overweight Men. In: American College of Sports Medicine 63rd Annual Meeting, Boston, MA, USA, 31 May - 04 Jun 2016, (doi:10.1249/01.mss.0000486803.09709.d4)

Petrel, R. J. et al. (2016) Can a Sports Team-based Lifestyle Program (Hockey Fans In Training) Improve Weight In Overweight Men? In: American College of Sports Medicine 63rd Annual Meeting, Boston, MA, USA, 31 May - 04 Jun 2016,

Morrison, D. , Wyke, S. , Saunderson, K., McConnachie, A. , Agur, K., Chaudhuri, R., Thomas, M., Thomson, N.C., Yardley, L. and Mair, F.S. (2016) Findings from a pilot randomised trial of an asthma internet self-management intervention (RAISIN). BMJ Open, 6(5), e009254. (doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2015-009254) (PMID:27173807) (PMCID:PMC4874112)

Paul, L., Wyke, S. , Brewster, S. , Sattar, N. , Gill, J. M.R. , Alexander, G., Rafferty, D., McFadyen, A. K., Ramsay, A. and Dybus, A. (2016) Increasing physical activity in stroke survivors using STARFISH, an interactive mobile phone application: a pilot study. Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation, 23(3), pp. 170-177. (doi:10.1080/10749357.2015.1122266) (PMID:27077973)

Hunt, K. , Wyke, S., Gray, C. , Bunn, C. and Singh, B. (2016) Football Fans in Training: a weight management and healthy living programme for men delivered via Scotland’s premier football clubs. In: Conrad, D. and White, A. (eds.) Sports-Based Health Interventions: Case Studies from Around the World. Springer: New York, NY, pp. 251-260. ISBN 9781461459958 (doi:10.1007/978-1-4614-5996-5_20)

Kotzur, M. , Wyke, S. , Macdonald, S. , Steele, R., Weller, D., Campbell, C., Crighton, E., Mccowan, C. and Robb, K. (2016) ‘Not that one’: Understanding why women screen for breast and cervical, but not bowel cancer. European Health Psychologist, 18(Supp.), p. 492.

McGee-Lennon, M. et al. (2016) What is the Current State of Digital Health “Readiness” in the UK?: Findings from the Delivering Assisted Living Lifestyles at Scale (dallas) Programme. In: 45th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Society for Academic Primary Care (SAPC), Dublin, Ireland, 6-8 July 2016,

Mercer, S. W. et al. (2016) The Care Plus study- a whole system intervention to improve quality of life of primary care patients with multimorbidity in areas of high socioeconomic deprivation: exploratory cluster randomised controlled trial and cost-utility analysis. BMC Medicine, 14, 88. (doi:10.1186/s12916-016-0634-2) (PMID:27328975) (PMCID:PMC4916534)

2015

Kotzur, M. , Wyke, S. , Macdonald, S. , Steele, R., Weller, D., Campbell, C., Crighton, E., Mccowan, C. and Robb, K. (2015) Work in Progress: What Can We Learn About How to Improve Uptake of Bowel Cancer Screening From Higher Rates of Uptake in Breast and Cervical Screening Programmes? UK Society for Behavioural Medicine 11th Annual Scientific Meeting, Newcastle, UK, 08-09 Dec 2015. (Unpublished)

Porteous, T., Wyke, S. , Hannaford, P. and Bond, C. (2015) Self-care behaviour for minor symptoms: can Andersen's behavioral model of health services use help us to understand it? International Journal of Pharmacy Practice, 23(1), pp. 27-35. (doi:10.1111/ijpp.12116)

Wyke, S. et al. (2015) Football Fans in Training (FFIT): a randomised controlled trial of a gender-sensitised weight loss and healthy living programme for men – end of study report. Public Health Research, 3(2), pp. 1-129. (doi:10.3310/phr03020) (PMID:25654156)

Devlin, A. M. et al. (2015) Delivering digital health and well-being at scale: lessons learned during the implementation of the dallas program in the United Kingdom. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, 23(1), pp. 48-59. (doi:10.1093/jamia/ocv097) (PMID:26254480)

Morrison, D. , Mair, F. S. , Chaudhuri, R., McGee-Lennon, M., Thomas, M., Thomson, N. C., Yardley, L. and Wyke, S. (2015) Details of development of the resource for adults with asthma in the RAISIN (randomized trial of an asthma internet self-management intervention) study. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making, 15, 57. (doi:10.1186/s12911-015-0177-z)

Paul, L., Brewster, S. , Wyke, S. , Gill, J. M.R. , Alexander, G., Dybus, A. and Rafferty, D. (2015) Physical activity profiles and sedentary behaviour in people following stroke: a cross-sectional study. Disability and Rehabilitation, (doi:10.3109/09638288.2015.1041615)

2014

Boa, S., Duncan, E. A.S., Haraldsdottir, E. and Wyke, S. (2014) Goal setting in palliative care: a structured review. Progress in Palliative Care, 22(6), pp. 326-333. (doi:10.1179/1743291X14Y.0000000097)

Sullivan, F., Hinds, A., Pitkethly, M., Treweek, S., Wilson, P. and Wyke, S. (2014) Primary care research network progress in Scotland. European Journal of General Practice, 20(4), pp. 337-342. (doi:10.3109/13814788.2013.879116)

Kroll, T., Wyke, S. , Jahagirdar, D. and Ritchie, K. (2014) If patient-reported outcome measures are considered key health-care quality indicators, who is excluded from participation? Health Expectations, 17(5), pp. 605-607. (doi:10.1111/j.1369-7625.2012.00772.x) (PMID:22512658)

McLean, G., Gunn, J., Wyke, S. , Guthrie, B., Watt, G. C.M., Blane, D. N. and Mercer, S. W. (2014) The influence of socioeconomic deprivation on multimorbidity at different ages: a cross-sectional study. British Journal of General Practice, 64(624), e440-e447. (doi:10.3399/bjgp14X680545) (PMID:24982497) (PMCID:PMC4073730)

Wyke, S. , Hunt, K. and Treweek, S. (2014) Weight loss intervention for football fans – Authors' reply. Lancet, 383(9935), p. 2122. (doi:10.1016/S0140-6736(14)61024-2)

Hunt, K. et al. (2014) A gender-sensitised weight loss and healthy living programme for overweight and obese men delivered by Scottish Premier League football clubs (FFIT): a pragmatic randomised controlled trial. Lancet, 383(9924), pp. 1211-1221. (doi:10.1016/S0140-6736(13)62420-4)

Anderson, A. S. et al. (2014) Breast cancer risk reduction - is it feasible to initiate a randomised controlled trial of a lifestyle intervention programme (ActWell) within a national breast screening programme? International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 11, 156. (doi:10.1186/s12966-014-0156-2) (PMID:25516158) (PMCID:PMC4304617)

Hunt, K. , Gray, C. M. , MacLean, A., Smillie, S. , Bunn, C. and Wyke, S. (2014) Do weight management programmes delivered at professional football clubs attract and engage high risk men? A mixed-methods study. BMC Public Health, 14, p. 50. (doi:10.1186/1471-2458-14-50) (PMID:24443845) (PMCID:PMC4028855)

MacLean, A., Hunt, K. , Gray, C. , Smillie, S. and Wyke, S. (2014) How do men’s female relatives feature in their accounts of changing eating practices during a weight-management programme delivered through professional football clubs? International Journal of Men's Health, 13(2), pp. 121-138.

Morrison, D. , Wyke, S. , Agur, K., Cameron, E., Docking, R., MacKenzie, A., McConnachie, A. , Raghuvir, V., Thomson, N. and Mair, F. (2014) Digital Asthma Self-Management Interventions: A Systematic Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 16(2), e51. (doi:10.2196/jmir.2814)

Morrison, D. , Wyke, S. , Thomson, N. C., McConnachie, A. , Agur, K., Saunderson, K., Chaudhuri, R. and Mair, F. S. (2014) A randomized trial of an Asthma Internet Self-management Intervention (RAISIN): study protocol for a randomized controlled trial. Trials, 15, p. 185. (doi:10.1186/1745-6215-15-185) (PMID:24884722)

O'Brien, R., Wyke, S. , Guthrie, B., Watt, G. C.C.M. and Mercer, S. W. (2014) The ‘everyday work’ of living with multimorbidity in socioeconomically deprived areas of Scotland. Journal of Comorbidity, 4(1), pp. 1-10. (doi:10.15256/joc.2014.4.32)

Santer, M., Ring, N., Yardley, L., Geraghty, A. W.A. and Wyke, S. (2014) Treatment non-adherence in pediatric long-term medical conditions: systematic review and synthesis of qualitative studies of caregivers’ views. BMC Pediatrics, 14(63), (doi:10.1186/1471-2431-14-63)

Scobbie, L., Duncan, E.A., Brady, M.C. and Wyke, S. (2014) Goal setting practice in services delivering community-based stroke rehabilitation: a United Kingdom (UK) wide survey. Disability and Rehabilitation, 37(14), pp. 1291-1298. (doi:10.3109/09638288.2014.961652) (PMID:25243765)

2013

France, E., Hunt, K. , Dow, C. and Wyke, S. (2013) Do men’s and women’s accounts of surviving a stroke conform to Frank’s narrative genres? Qualitative Health Research, 23(12), pp. 1649-1659. (doi:10.1177/1049732313509895)

Wyke, S. , Adamson, J., Dixon, D. and Hunt, K. (2013) Consultation and illness behaviour in response to symptoms: a comparison of models from different disciplinary frameworks and suggestions for future research directions. Social Science and Medicine, 86, pp. 79-87. (doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2013.03.007)

Gray, C.M. , Hunt, K. , Mutrie, N., Anderson, A.S., Leishman, J., Dalgarno, L. and Wyke, S. (2013) Football fans in training: the development and optimization of an intervention delivered through professional sports clubs to help men lose weight, become more active and adopt healthier eating habits. BMC Public Health, 13(232), (doi:10.1186/1471-2458-13-232)

France, E.F., Hunt, K. , Ziebland, S. and Wyke, S. (2013) What parents say about disclosing the end of their pregnancy due to fetal abnormality. Midwifery, 29(1), pp. 24-32. (doi:10.1016/j.midw.2011.10.006)

Hunt, K. , McCann, C., Gray, C.M. , Mutrie, N. and Wyke, S. (2013) "You've got to walk before you run". Positive evaluations of a walking programme as part of a gender sensitised weight management programme delivered to men through professional football clubs. Health Psychology, 32(1), pp. 57-65. (doi:10.1037/a0029537)

Gray, C.M. , Hunt, K. , Mutrie, N., Anderson, A.S., Treweek, S. and Wyke, S. (2013) Weight management for overweight and obese men delivered through professional football clubs: a pilot randomized trial. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 10(1), p. 121. (doi:10.1186/1479-5868-10-121)

Gray, N.M. et al. (2013) Developing a community-based intervention to improve quality of life in people with colorectal cancer: a complex intervention development study. BMJ Open, 3(4), e002596. (doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2013-002596)

Jahagirdar, D., Kroll, T., Ritchie, K. and Wyke, S. (2013) Patient-reported outcome measures for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: the exclusion of people with low literacy skills and learning disabilities. Patient, 6(1), pp. 11-21. (doi:10.1007/s40271-013-0004-5)

Lawson, K., Mercer, S. , Wyke, S. , Grieve, E. , Guthrie, B., Watt, G.C.M. and Fenwick, E. (2013) Double trouble: the impact of multimorbidity and deprivation on preference-weighted health related quality of life - a cross sectional analysis of the Scottish Health Survey. International Journal for Equity in Health, 12(67), (doi:10.1186/1475-9276-12-67)

Porteous, T. et al. (2013) 'Help for hay fever', a goal-focused intervention for people with intermittent allergic rhinitis, delivered in Scottish community pharmacies: study protocol for a pilot cluster randomized controlled trial. Trials, 14(217), (doi:10.1186/1745-6215-14-217)

Scobbie, L., McLean, D., Dixon, D., Duncan, E. and Wyke, S. (2013) Implementing a framework for goal setting in community based stroke rehabilitation: a process evaluation. BMC Health Services Research, 13(190), (doi:10.1186/1472-6963-13-190)

Smith, S. et al. (2013) Reducing time before consulting with symptoms of lung cancer: randomised controlled trial. British Journal of General Practice, 63, e47-e54.

2012

Gray, C.M. , Hunt, K. , Mutrie, N., Anderson, A.S., Treweek, S., Leishman, J. and Wyke, S. (2012) Can professional soccer clubs help male fans lose weight and become more physically active? Preliminary evidence from the Scottish Premier League. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 15(6(Sup)), p. 367.

Jahagirdar, D., Kroll, T., Ritchie, K. and Wyke, S. (2012) Using patient reported outcome measures in health services: a qualitative study on including people with low literacy skills and learning disabilities. BMC Health Services Research, 12(431), (doi:10.1186/1472-6963-12-431)

Barnett, K., Mercer, S.W. , Norbury, M., Watt, G., Wyke, S. and Guthrie, B. (2012) Epidemiology of multimorbidity and implications for health care, research, and medical education: a cross-sectional study. Lancet, 380(9836), pp. 37-43. (doi:10.1016/S0140-6736(12)60240-2)

Gray, C.M. , Mutrie, N., Anderson, A.S., Hunt, K. , Treweek, S. and Wyke, S. (2012) I Always Knew I had the Fitness in Me, It Was Just Getting it Oot was the Pain: Can Professional Football Clubs Help Fans Become More Active? In: ICSEMIS 2012, Glasgow, UK, 19-24 July 2012,

France, E.F., Locock, L., Hunt, K. , Ziebland, S., Field, K. and Wyke, S. (2012) Imagined futures: how experiential knowledge of disability affects parents’ decision making about fetal abnormality. Health Expectations, 15(2), pp. 139-156. (doi:10.1111/j.1369-7625.2011.00672.x)

Ziebland, S. and Wyke, S. (2012) Health and illness in a connected world: how might sharing experiences on the Internet affect people's health? Milbank Quarterly, 90(2), pp. 219-249. (doi:10.1111/j.1468-0009.2012.00662.x)

France, E.F., Wyke, S. , Gunn, J.N., Mair, F. , McLean, G. and Mercer, S.W. (2012) Multimorbidity in primary care: a systematic review of prospective cohort studies. British Journal of General Practice, 62(597), e297-e307. (doi:10.3399/bjgp12X636146)

Gray, C.M. , Hunt, K. , Lorimer, K., Anderson, A.S., Benzeval, M. and Wyke, S. (2012) Words and context matter [Rapid Response]. British Medical Journal, 344(e1370),

Guthrie, B., Watt, G., Wyke, S. and Mercer, S.W. (2012) Epidemiology of multimorbidity – Authors' reply. Lancet, 380(9851), pp. 1383-1384. (doi:10.1016/S0140-6736(12)61796-6)

Mercer, S.W. , Gunn, J., Bower, P., Wyke, S. and Guthrie, B. (2012) Managing patients with mental and physical multimorbidity. BMJ, 345, e5559-e5559. (doi:10.1136/bmj.e5559)

Smith, S.M. et al. (2012) Developing a complex intervention to reduce time to presentation with symptoms of lung cancer. British Journal of General Practice, 62, e605-e615. (doi:10.3399/bjgp12X654579)

Wyke, S. , Hunt, K. and Gray, C. (2012) 11 PRT/8506: Football Fans in Training (FFIT): a pragmatic randomised controlled trial of a gender-sensitised weight loss and healthy living programme delivered to men aged 35–65 years by Scottish Premier League football clubs (ISRCTN32677491) [protocol]. Other. Gray.

Youssef, N.F.A., Shepherd, A., Evans, J.M.M. and Wyke, S. (2012) Translating and testing the Liver Disease Symptom Index 2.0 for administration to people with liver cirrhosis in Egypt. International Journal of Nursing Practice, 18(4), pp. 406-416. (doi:10.1111/j.1440-172X.2012.02048.x)

2011

Entwistle, V., France, E., Wyke, S. , Jepson, R., Hunt, K. , Ziebland, S. and Thompson, A. (2011) How information about other people's personal experiences can help with healthcare decision-making: a qualitative study. Patient Education and Counseling, 85(3), e291-e298. (doi:10.1016/j.pec.2011.05.014)

Browne, S. , Dowie, A., Mitchell, L., Wyke, S. , Ziebland, S., Campbell, N. and Macleod, U. (2011) Patients' needs following colorectal cancer diagnosis: where does primary care fit in? British Journal of General Practice, 61(592), pp. 692-699. (doi:10.3399/bjgp11X606582)

Gray, C.M. , Hunt, K. , Lorimer, K., Anderson, A.S., Benzeval, M. and Wyke, S. (2011) Words matter: a qualitative investigation of which weight status terms are acceptable and motivate weight loss when used by health professionals. BMC Public Health, 11(513), pp. 1-9. (doi:10.1186/1471-2458-11-513)

Scobbie, L., Dixon, D. and Wyke, S. (2011) Goal setting and action planning in the rehabilitation setting: development of a theoretically informed practice framework. Clinical Rehabilitation, 25(5), pp. 468-482. (doi:10.1177/0269215510389198)

O'Brien, R., Wyke, S. , Guthrie, B., Watt, G.C.M. and Mercer, S.W. (2011) An ‘endless struggle’: a qualitative study of general practitioners’ and practice nurses’ experiences of managing multimorbidity in socio-economically deprived areas of Scotland. Chronic Illness, 7(1), pp. 45-59. (doi:10.1177/1742395310382461)

France, E., Wyke, S. , Ziebland, S., Entwistle, V. and Hunt, K. (2011) How personal experiences feature in women's accounts of use of information for decisions about antenatal diagnostic testing for foetal abnormality. Social Science and Medicine, 72(5), pp. 755-762. (doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2010.11.031)

France, E.F., Wyke, S. , Ziebland, S., Entwistle, V.A. and Hunt, K. (2011) How personal experiences feature in women’s accounts of use of information for decisions about antenatal diagnostic testing for foetal abnormality. Social Science and Medicine, 72(5), pp. 755-762. (doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2010.11.031)

Gray, C.M. , Hunt, K. , Mutrie, N., Anderson, A.S., Treweek, S. and Wyke, S. (2011) Can the draw of professional football clubs help promote weight loss in overweight and obese men? A feasibility study of the Football Fans in Training programme delivered through the Scottish Premier League. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 65, A37-A38. (doi:10.1136/jech.2011.143586.84)

Gray, C.M. , Hunt, K. and Wyke, S. (2011) Football Fans in Training (FFIT) Delivery 2 Spring 2011: Report on Observations at 9 Clubs. Project Report. University of Stirling, Stirling, UK.

Gray, C.M. , Wyke, S. , Hunt, K. , Mutrie, N., Anderson, A.S., Treweek, S. and Leishman, J. (2011) Football Fans in Training (FFIT) Delivery 1 Report. Project Report. University of Stirling, Stirling, UK.

Guthrie, B., Wyke, S. , Gunn, J., van den Akker, J. and Mercer, S.W. (2011) Multimorbidity: the impact on health systems and their development. In: Health Reform: Meeting the Challenge of Ageing and Multiple Morbidities. OECD: Paris, France, pp. 173-221. ISBN 9789264122307 (doi:10.1787/9789264122314-en)

Lorimer, K., Gray, C.M. , Hunt, K. , Wyke, S. , Anderson, A.S. and Benzeval, M. (2011) Response to written feedback of clinical data within a longitudinal study: a qualitative study exploring the ethical implications. BMC Medical Research Methodology, 11(10), (doi:10.1186/1471-2288-11-10)

Mercer, S.W. , Gunn, J. and Wyke, S. (2011) Improving the health of people with multimorbidity: the need for prospective cohort studies. Journal of Comorbidity, 1(1), pp. 4-7.

Ring, N., Jepson, R., Hoskins, G., Wilson, C., Pinnock, H., Sheikh, A. and Wyke, S. (2011) Understanding what helps or hinders asthma action plan use: a systematic review and synthesis of the qualitative literature. Patient Education and Counseling, 85, e131-e143. (doi:10.1016/j.pec.2011.01.025)

Wyke, S. , Entwistle, V., France, E.F., Hunt, K. , Jepson, R., Thompson, A. and Ziebland, S. (2011) Information for Choice: What People Need, Prefer and Use. Report for the National Institute for Health Research Service Delivery and Organisation Programme. Other. National Coordinating Centre for the Service Delivery and Organisation, London, UK.

2010

Murphy, J., Gray, C.M. , Cox, S., van Achterberg, T. and Wyke, S. (2010) The effectiveness of the Talking Mats framework in helping people with dementia to express their views on well-being. Dementia, 9(4), pp. 454-472. (doi:10.1177/1471301210381776)

Wyke, S. , Hunt, K. , Anderson, A.S., Benzeval, M. and Gray, C.M. (2010) Response to Being Informed of Weight Status and Body Fat Composition: Understandings, Reactions and Motivations to Achieve a Healthy Weight. Project Report. Cancer Research UK. (Unpublished)

2009

Hunt, K. , France, E., Ziebland, S., Field, K. and Wyke, S. (2009) ‘My brain couldn’t move from planning a birth to planning a funeral’: A qualitative study of parents’ experiences of decisions after ending a pregnancy for fetal abnormality. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 46(8), pp. 1111-1121. (doi:10.1016/j.ijnurstu.2008.12.004)

Smith, S.M., Campbell, N.C., MacLeod, U., Lee, A.J., Raja, A., Wyke, S. , Ziebland, S.B., Duff, E.M., Ritchie, L.D. and Nicolson, M.C. (2009) Factors contributing to the time taken to consult with symptoms of lung cancer: a cross-sectional study. Thorax, 64(6), pp. 523-531. (doi:10.1136/thx.2008.096560)

Scobbie, L., Wyke, S. and Dixon, D. (2009) Identifying and applying psychological theory to setting and achieving rehabilitation goals. Clinical Rehabilitation, 23(4), pp. 321-333. (doi:10.1177/0269215509102981)

Gray, C. , Anderson, A., Clarke, A., Dalziel, A., Hunt, K. , Leishman, J. and Wyke, S. (2009) Addressing male obesity: an evaluation of a group-based weight management intervention for Scottish men. Journal of Men's Health, 6(1), pp. 70-81. (doi:10.1016/j.jomh.2008.11.002)

Wyke, S. and Eboh, W. (2009) Ethnicity and health. In: Alder, B., Abrahams, C., van Teijlingen, E. and Porter, M. (eds.) Psychology and sociology applied to medicine : An illustrated colour text. Churchill Livingstone, Elsevier: Edinburgh, Scotland, pp. 48-49. ISBN 9780443067877

2008

Townsend, A., Hunt, K. and Wyke, S. (2008) Frequent consulting and multiple morbidity: a qualitative comparison of ‘high’ and ‘low’ consulters of GPs. Family Practice, 25(3), pp. 168-175. (doi:10.1093/fampra/cmn017)

Santer, M., Wyke, S. and Warner, P. (2008) Women's management of menstrual symptoms: Findings from a postal survey and qualitative interviews. Social Science and Medicine, 66(2), pp. 276-288. (doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2007.08.018)

2007

Ring, N., Malcolm, C., Wyke, S. , MacGillivray, S., Dixon, D., Hoskins, G., Pinnock, H. and Sheikh, A. (2007) Promoting the use of Personal Asthma Action Plans: A systematic review. Primary Care Respiratory Journal, 16(5), pp. 271-283. (doi:10.3132/pcrj.2007.00049)

Murchie, P., Hannaford, P., Wyke, S. , Nicolson, M. and Campbell, N. (2007) Designing an integrated follow-up programme for people treated for cutaneous malignant melanoma: a practical application of the MRC framework for the design and evaluation of complex interventions to improve health. Family Practice, 24(3), pp. 283-292. (doi:10.1093/fampra/cmm006)

Santer, M., Warner, P. and Wyke, S. (2007) What aspects of periods are most bothersome for women reporting heavy menstrual bleeding? Community survey and qualitative study. BMC Women's Health, 7(8), (doi:10.1186/1472-6874-7-8)

2006

Townsend, A., Wyke, S. and Hunt, K. (2006) Self-managing and managing self: practical and moral dilemmas in accounts of living with chronic illness. Chronic Illness, 2(3), pp. 185-194. (doi:10.1177/17423953060020031301)

Elliott, A.M., Hannaford, P.C., Smith, B.H., Wyke, S. and Hunt, K. (2006) Symptom experience and subsequent mortality: results from the West of Scotland Twenty-07 study. BMC Health Services Research, 6(158), pp. 1-9. (doi:10.1186/1472-6963-6-158)

Guthrie, B. and Wyke, S. (2006) Personal continuity and access in UK general practice: A qualitative study of general practitioners' and patients' perceptions of when and how they matter. BMC Family Practice, 7(11), (doi:10.1186/1471-2296-7-11)

2005

Smith, J., Dixon, J., Mays, N., McLeod, H., Goodwin, N., McLelland, S., Lewis, R. and Wyke, S. (2005) Practice based commissioning: applying the research evidence. British Medical Journal, 331(7529), pp. 1397-1399. (doi:10.1136/bmj.331.7529.1397)

Santer, M., Warner, P. and Wyke, S. (2005) A Scottish postal survey suggested that the prevailing clinical preoccupation with heavy periods does not reflect the epidemiology of reported symptoms and problems. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, 58(11), pp. 1206-1210. (doi:10.1016/j.jclinepi.2005.02.026)

Fairhurst, K., Wyke, S. , Ziebland, S., Seaman, P. and Glasier, A. (2005) “Not that sort of practice”: the views and behaviour of primary care practitioners in a study of advance provision of emergency contraception. Family Practice, 22(3), pp. 280-286. (doi:10.1093/fampra/cmh728)

Ziebland, S., Wyke, S. , Seaman, P., Fairhurst, K., Walker, J. and Glasier, A. (2005) What happened when Scottish women were given advance supplies of emergency contraception? A survey and qualitative study of women's views and experiences. Social Science and Medicine, 60(8), pp. 1767-1769.

Hamilton, K., Sullivan, F., Scott, A., Taylor, R., Ikemwilo, D., Baker, C., Wyke, S. and Donnen, P. (2005) A managed clinical network for cardiac services: set-up, operation and impact on patient care. International Journal of Integrated Care, 5,

2004

Fairhurst, K., Ziebland, S., Wyke, S. , Seaman, P. and Glasier, A. (2004) Emergency contraception: why can't you give it away? Qualitative findings from an evaluation of advance provision of emergency contraception. Contraception, 70(1), pp. 25-29. (doi:10.1016/j.contraception.2004.02.012)

Glasier, A., Fairhurst, K., Wyke, S. , Seaman, P., Walker, J., Lakha, F. and Ziebland, S. (2004) Advanced provision of emergency contraception does not reduce abortion rates. Contraception, 69(5), pp. 361-366. (doi:10.1016/j.contraception.2004.01.002)

Wyke, S. (2004) Reasons for consultation. In: Jones, R., Britten, N., Culpepper, L., Gass, D., Grol, R., Mant, D. and Silagy, C. (eds.) Oxford Textbook of Primary Medical Care. Oxford University Press: Oxford, England. ISBN 9780198529637

2003

Townsend, A., Hunt, K. and Wyke, S. (2003) Managing multiple morbidity in mid-life: a qualitative study of attitudes to drug use. British Medical Journal, 327(7419), p. 837. (doi:10.1136/bmj.327.7419.837)

Wyke, S. , Mays, N., Street, A., Bevan, G. and Goodwin, N. (2003) Should general practitioners purchase health care for their patients? The total purchasing experiment in Britain. Health Policy, 65(3), pp. 243-259. (doi:10.1016/S0168-8510(03)00040-X)

Wyke, S. , Hunt, K. , Walker, J. and Wilson, P. (2003) Frequent attendance, socioeconomic status and burden of ill health: an investigation in the West of Scotland. European Journal of General Practice, 9(2), pp. 48-55.

Santer, M., Wyke, S. and Warner, P. (2003) Women's experiences of Chlamydia screening:Qualitative interviews with women in primary care. European Journal of General Practice, 9(2), pp. 56-61.

Wyke, S. (2003) Why people use primary care health services? Do we really need more research? Journal of Health Services Research and Policy, 8, pp. 55-57.

2002

McKinstry, B., Walker, J., Campbell, C., Heaney, D. and Wyke, S. (2002) Telephone consultations to manage requests for same-day appointments: a randomised controlled trial in two practices. British Journal of General Practice, 52(477), pp. 306-310.

2001

Heaney, D., Wyke, S. , Wilson, P., Elton, R. and Rutledge, P. (2001) Assessment of impact of information booklets on use of healthcare services: randomised controlled trial. British Medical Journal, 322(7296), pp. 1218-1220. (doi:10.1136/bmj.322.7296.1218)

Mays, N., Wyke, S. , Malbon, G. and Goodwin, N. (Eds.) (2001) The Purchasing of Health Care by Primary Care Organizations: An Evaluation and Guide to Future Policy. Series: State of Health Series. Open University Press: Milton Keynes, Bucks., UK. ISBN 9780335209002

Evans, D., Mays, N. and Wyke, S. (2001) Evaluating complex policies: what have we learned from total purchasing? In: Mays, N., Wyke, S., Malbon, G. and Goodwin, N. (eds.) The Purchasing of Health Care by Primary Care Organizations: An Evaluation and Guide to Future Policy. Series: State of Health Series. Open University Press: Milton Keynes, Bucks., UK. ISBN 9780335209002

Malbon, G., Mays, N., Wyke, S. and McLeod, H. (2001) What did total purchasing pilots achieve? In: Mays, N., Wyke, S., Malbon, G. and Goodwin, N. (eds.) The Purchasing of Health Care by Primary Care Organizations: An Evaluation and Guide to Future Policy. Series: State of Health Series. Open University Press: Milton Keynes, Bucks., UK. ISBN 9780335209002

Mays, N., Malbon, G., Wyke, S. , Killoran, A. and Goodwin, N. (2001) The total purchasing experiment: a guide to future policy development? In: Mays, N., Wyke, S., Malbon, G. and Goodwin, N. (eds.) The Purchasing of Health Care by Primary Care Organizations: An Evaluation and Guide to Future Policy. Series: State of Health Series. Open University Press: Milton Keynes, Bucks., UK. ISBN 9780335209002

Mays, N. and Wyke, S. (2001) Designing the evaluation of the total purchasing experiment: Problems and solutions. In: Mays, N., Wyke, S., Malbon, G. and Goodwin, N. (eds.) The Purchasing of Health Care by Primary Care Organizations: An Evaluation and Guide to Future Policy. Series: State of Health Series. Open University Press: Milton Keynes, Bucks., UK. ISBN 9780335209002

Mays, N. and Wyke, S. (2001) The total purchasing experiment: interpreting the evidence. In: Mays, N., Wyke, S., Malbon, G. and Goodwin, N. (eds.) The Purchasing of Health Care by Primary Care Organizations: An Evaluation and Guide to Future Policy. Series: State of Health Series. Open University Press: Milton Keynes, Bucks., UK. ISBN 9780335209002

Mays, N., Wyke, S. and Evans, D. (2001) The evaluation of complex health policy: lessons from the UK total purchasing experiment. Evaluation, 7, pp. 405-426.

Mays, N., Wyke, S. , Malbon, G. and Goodwin, N. (2001) Health service development: what can be learned from the UK total purchasing experiment? In: Mays, N., Wyke, S., Malbon, G. and Goodwin, N. (eds.) The Purchasing of Health Care by Primary Care Organizations: An Evaluation and Guide to Future Policy. Series: State of Health Series. Open University Press: Milton Keynes, Bucks., UK. ISBN 9780335209002

Wyke, S. , Cunningham-Burley, S. and Vallis, J. (2001) Parents and children. In: Taylor, K. and Harding, G. (eds.) Pharmacy practice. Taylor & Francis: London, England, pp. 265-274. ISBN 9780415271592

Wyke, S. , Gask, L., Lee, J. and Scott, J. (2001) Purchasing maternity care, mental health services and community care for older people. In: Mays, N., Wyke, S., Malbon, G. and Goodwin, N. (eds.) The Purchasing of Health Care by Primary Care Organizations: An Evaluation and Guide to Future Policy. Series: State of Health Series. Open University Press: Milton Keynes, Bucks., UK. ISBN 9780335209002

Wyke, S. , Hewison, J., Elton, R., Posnett, J., MacLeod, L. and Ross-McGill, H. (2001) Does general practitioner involvement in commissioning maternity care make a difference? Journal of Health Services Research and Policy, 6(2), pp. 99-104.

Wyke, S. , Malbon, G., Mays, N. and Goodwin, N. (2001) How was change achieved? In: Wyke, S., Mays, N., Malbon, G. and Goodwin, N. (eds.) The Purchasing of Health Care by Primary Care Organizations: An Evaluation and Guide to Future Policy. Series: State of Health Series. Open University Press: Milton Keynes, Bucks., UK. ISBN 9780335209002

2000

Guthrie, B. and Wyke, S. (2000) Controversy in primary care: does continuity in general practice really matter? British Medical Journal, 321(7263), pp. 734-736.

Myles, S. and Wyke, S. (2000) Primary care organisations in the new NHS: Promoting primary managed care? Journal of Integrated Care, 4, pp. 87-94.

Santer, M., Warner, P., Wyke, S. and Sutherland, S. (2000) Opportunistic screening for chlamydia infection in general practice: can we reach young women? Journal of Medical Screening, 7, pp. 175-176.

Wyke, S. , Bond, C., Morrison, J. , Ryan, K. and Sullivan, F. (2000) Research priorities in primary care: a report from the CSO's primary care implementation committee. Health Bulletin, 59, pp. 426-433. (PMID:12813799)

1999

Wyke, S. , Myles, S., Popay, J., Scott, J., Campbell, A. and Girling, J. (1999) Total purchasing, community and continuing care: Lessons for future policy developments in the NHS. Health and Social Care in the Community, 7(6), pp. 394-407. (doi:10.1046/j.1365-2524.1999.00207.x)

Hunt, K. , Ford, G., Harkins, L. and Wyke, S. (1999) Are women more ready to consult than men? Gender differences in family practitioners consultations for common chronic conditions. Journal of Health Services Research and Policy, 4(2), pp. 96-100.

Hannaford, P., Hunt, J., Sullivan, F. and Wyke, S. (1999) Shaping the future: a primary care research and development strategy for Scotland. Health Bulletin, 57, pp. 457-459.

1998

Boaz, A., Ziebland, S., Wyke, S. and Walker, J. (1998) A 'five-a-day' fruit and vegetable pack for primary school children. Part II: controlled evaluation in two Scottish schools. Health Education Journal, 57(2), pp. 105-116. (doi:10.1177/001789699805700203)

Wyke, S. , Hunt, K. and Ford, G. (1998) Gender differences in consulting a general practitioner for common symptoms of minor illness. Social Science and Medicine, 46(7), pp. 901-906. (doi:10.1016/S0277-9536(97)00217-7)

1997

Mays, N., Goodwin, N., Bevan, G. and Wyke, S. (1997) What is total purchasing? British Medical Journal, 315(7109), pp. 652-655. (doi:n/a)

Vallis, J., Wyke, S. and Cunningham-Burley, S. (1997) "She's good that one down there": Views and expectations of community pharmacy in a Scottish commuter town. Pharmaceutical Journal, 258, pp. 457-460.

Wyke, S. and Landman, J. (1997) Healthy eating? Diet and cuisine amongst Scottish South Asian people. British Food Journal, 99(1), pp. 27-34. (doi:10.1108/00070709710158852)

1996

Ibbotson, T., Wyke, S. , McEwan, J., Macintyre, S. and Kelly, M. (1996) Uptake of cervical screening in general practice: The effect of practice organisation, structure and deprivation. Journal of Medical Screening, 3(1), pp. 35-39.

Ibbotson, T., Wyke, S. , McEwen, J., Macintyre, S. and Kelly, K. (1996) Uptake of cervical screening in general practice: effect of practice organisation, structure, and deprivation. Journal of Medical Screening, 3(1), pp. 35-39.

Myles, S., Wyke, S. , Ibbotson, T., Macintyre, S., McEwan, J. and Kelly, M. (1996) Costs and remuneration for cervical screening in general practice: Report of a study in the West of Scotland. Journal of Health Services Research and Policy, 1(4), pp. 217-223.

1995

Ibbotson, T. and Wyke, S. (1995) A review of cervical cancer and cervical screening: Implications for nursing practice. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 22(4), pp. 745-752. (doi:10.1046/j.1365-2648.1995.22040745.x)

1992

Wyke, S. , Campbell, G. and MacIver, S. (1992) Provision of, and patient satisfaction with, primary care services in a relatively affluent area and a relatively deprived area of Glasgow. British Journal of General Practice, 42(360), pp. 271-275.

Wyke, S. and Ford, G. (1992) Competing explanations for associations between marital status and health. Social Science and Medicine, 34(5), pp. 523-532. (doi:10.1016/0277-9536(92)90208-8)

1991

Wyke, S. , Hewison, J., Hey, E.N. and Russell, I.T. (1991) Respiratory illness in children: Do deprived children have worse coughs? Acta Paediatrica, 80(6-7), pp. 704-711. (doi:10.1111/j.1651-2227.1991.tb11932.x)

Wyke, S. and Hewison, J. (Eds.) (1991) Child health matters: Caring for children in the community. Open University Press: Milton Keynes, Bucks.. ISBN 9780335093939

Wyke, S. , Hewison, J. and Russell, I. (1991) Children with coughs: Who consults the doctor? In: Wyke, S. and Hewison, J. (eds.) Child Health Matters: Caring for children in the community. Open University Press: Milton Keynes, England, pp. 67-73. ISBN 9780335093939

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1990

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1989

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Articles

Boa, S., Duncan, E., Haraldsdottir, E. and Wyke, S. (2019) Mind the gap: patients' experiences and perceptions of goal setting in palliative care. Progress in Palliative Care, (Accepted for Publication)

Mccowan, C. et al. (2019) Comparing uptake across breast, cervical and bowel screening at an individual level: a retrospective cohort study. British Journal of Cancer, (doi:10.1038/s41416-019-0564-9) (PMID:31481732) (Early Online Publication)

Pietsch, B., Weisser, B., Hanewinkel, R., Gray, C. , Hunt, K. , Wyke, S. and Morgenstern, M. (2019) Short term effects of a weight loss and healthy lifestyle programme for overweight and obese men delivered by German football clubs. European Journal of Sport Science, (doi:10.1080/17461391.2019.1660809) (PMID:31456489) (Early Online Publication)

Hughes, S., Lewis, S., Willis, K., Rogers, A., Wyke, S. and Smith, L. (2019) Participants’ experiences of and perceived value regarding different support types for long-term condition self-management programmes. Chronic Illness, (doi:10.1177/1742395319869437) (PMID:31426657) (Early Online Publication)

McCowan, C. et al. (2019) Comparing uptake across breast, cervical and bowel cancer screening at an individual level: a retrospective cohort study. British Journal of Cancer, (Accepted for Publication)

Palmer, V. J., Gray, C. M. , Fitzsimons, C. F., Mutrie, N., Wyke, S. , Deary, I. J., Der, G. , Chastin, S. F.M. and Skelton, D. A. (2019) What do older people do when sitting and why? Implications for decreasing sedentary behaviour. Gerontologist, 59(4), pp. 686-697. (doi:10.1093/geront/gny020) (PMID:29771308)

Draper, C. E., Tomaz, S. A., Zihindula, G., Bunn, C. , Gray, C. M. , Hunt, K. , Micklesfield, L. K. and Wyke, S. (2019) Development, feasibility, acceptability and potential effectiveness of a healthy lifestyle programme delivered in churches in urban and rural South Africa. PLoS ONE, 14(7), e0219787. (doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0219787) (PMID:31365557)

Hughes, S., Lewis, S., Willis, K., Rogers, A., Wyke, S. and Smith, L. (2019) Goal setting in group programmes for long-term condition self-management support: experiences of patients and healthcare professionals. Psychology and Health, (doi:10.1080/08870446.2019.1623891) (PMID:31189339) (Early Online Publication)

Cunningham, Y., Wyke, S. , Blyth, K. G. , Rigg, D., Macdonald, S. , Macleod, U., Harrow, S., Robb, K. A. and Whitaker, K. L. (2019) Lung cancer symptom appraisal among people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: a qualitative interview study. Psycho-Oncology, 28(4), pp. 718-725. (doi:10.1002/pon.5005) (PMID:30693608) (PMCID:PMC6492269)

Davie-Smith, F., Paul, L., Stuart, W., Kennon, B., Young, R. and Wyke, S. (2019) The influence of socio-economic deprivation on mobility, participation, and quality of life following major lower extremity amputation in the West of Scotland. European Journal of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery, 57(4), pp. 554-560. (doi:10.1016/j.ejvs.2018.10.011) (PMID:30905506)

Mercer, S. W. , Fitzpatrick, B., Grant, L., Chng, N. R. , McConnachie, A. , Bakhshi, A., James-Rae, G., O'Donnell, C. A. and Wyke, S. (2019) Effectiveness of community-links practitioners in areas of high socioeconomic deprivation. Annals of Family Medicine, (Accepted for Publication)

Simpson, S., Wyke, S. and Mercer, S. W. (2019) Adaptation of a mindfulness-based intervention for incarcerated young men: a feasibility study. Mindfulness, (doi:10.1007/s12671-018-1076-z) (Early Online Publication)

Wyke, S. et al. (2019) The effect of a programme to improve men's sedentary time and physical activity: the European Fans in Training (EuroFIT) randomised controlled trial. PLoS Medicine, 16(2), e1002736. (doi:10.1371/journal.pmed.1002736) (PMID:30721231) (PMCID:PMC6363143)

Bunn, C. , Donnachie, C., Wyke, S. , Hunt, K. , Brennan, G. , Lennox, J., Maclean, A. and Gray, C. M. (2018) Can professional football clubs deliver a weight management programme for women: a feasibility study. BMC Public Health, 18, 1330. (doi:10.1186/s12889-018-6255-2) (PMID:30509224) (PMCID:PMC6276211)

Mercer, S. , Simpson, R., Lawrence, M. and Wyke, S. (2018) Mindfulness-based interventions for young offenders: a scoping review. Mindfulness, 9(5), pp. 1330-1343. (doi:10.1007/s12671-018-0892-5) (PMID:30294385) (PMCID:PMC6153893)

Quested, E. et al. (2018) Protocol for a gender-sensitised weight loss and healthy living programme for overweight and obese men delivered in Australian Football League settings (Aussie-FIT): a feasibility and pilot randomised controlled trial. BMJ Open, 8(10), e022663. (doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2018-022663) (PMID:30337315) (PMCID:PMC6196804)

Hu, J. et al. (2018) The impact of lay counselors on HIV testing rates: quasi-experimental evidence from lay counselor redeployment in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. AIDS, 32(14), pp. 2067-2073. (doi:10.1097/QAD.0000000000001924) (PMID:29912066)

Hughes, S., Lewis, S., Willis, K., Rogers, A., Wyke, S. and Smith, L. (2018) How do facilitators of group programmes for long-term conditions conceptualise self-management support? Chronic Illness, (doi:10.1177/1742395318792068) (PMID:30068222) (Early Online Publication)

Gray, C. M. et al. (2018) Long-term weight loss following a randomised controlled trial of a weight management programme for men delivered through professional football clubs: the Football Fans in Training follow-up study. Public Health Research, 6(9), (doi:10.3310/phr06090) (PMID:30035935)

Skivington, K. , Smith, M., Chng, N. R. , Mackenzie, M. , Wyke, S. and Mercer, S. W. (2018) Delivering a primary care-based social prescribing initiative: a qualitative study of the benefits and challenges. British Journal of General Practice, 68(672), e487-e494. (doi:10.3399/bjgp18X696617) (PMID:29784868) (PMCID:PMC6014416)

Gray, C. M. et al. (2018) Long-term weight loss trajectories following participation in a randomised controlled trial of a weight management programme for men delivered through professional football clubs: A longitudinal cohort study and economic evaluation. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 15, 60. (doi:10.1186/s12966-018-0683-3) (PMID:29954449) (PMCID:29954449)

Gill, J. M.R. et al. (2018) Validation of a novel device to measure and provide feedback on sedentary behavior. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 50(3), pp. 525-532. (doi:10.1249/MSS.0000000000001458) (PMID:29040225) (PMCID:PMC5828381)

Donnachie, C., Wyke, S. and Hunt, K. (2018) Men’s reactions to receiving objective feedback on their weight, BMI and other health risk indicators. BMC Public Health, 18, 291. (doi:10.1186/s12889-018-5179-1) (PMID:29486743) (PMCID:PMC5830073)

Boa, S., Duncan, E., Haraldsdottir, E. and Wyke, S. (2018) Patient-centred goal setting in a hospice: a comparative case study of how health practitioners understand and use goal setting in practice. International Journal of Palliative Nursing, 24(3), pp. 115-122. (doi:10.12968/ijpn.2018.24.3.115)

Dybus, A., Paul, L., Wyke, S. , Brewster, S. , Gill, J. M.R. , Ramsay, A. and Campbell, E. (2017) Validation of smartphone step count algorithm used in STARFISH smartphone application. Technology and Health Care, 25(6), pp. 1157-1162. (doi:10.3233/thc-170970) (PMID:28946599)

Petrella, R. J. et al. (2017) Hockey fans in training: a pilot pragmatic randomized controlled trial. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 49(12), pp. 2506-2516. (doi:10.1249/MSS.0000000000001380) (PMID:28719494) (PMCID:PMC5704649)

Davie-Smith, F., Coulter, E. , Kennon, B., Wyke, S. and Paul, L. (2017) Factors influencing quality of life following lower limb amputation for peripheral arterial occlusive disease: a systematic review of the literature. Prosthetics and Orthotics International, 41(6), pp. 537-547. (doi:10.1177/0309364617690394) (PMID:28147898)

Hughes, S., Lewis, S., Willis, K., Rogers, A., Wyke, S. and Smith, L. (2017) The experience of facilitators and participants of long term condition self-management group programmes: a qualitative synthesis. Patient Education and Counseling, 100(12), pp. 2244-2254. (doi:10.1016/j.pec.2017.06.035) (PMID:28711415)

Blunt, W. et al. (2017) Optimization of the Hockey Fans in Training (Hockey FIT) weight loss and healthy lifestyle program for male hockey fans. BMC Public Health, 17, 916. (doi:10.1186/s12889-017-4926-z) (PMID:29183291) (PMCID:PMC5706169)

MacLean, A., Hunt, K. , Smith, S. and Wyke, S. (2017) Does gender matter? An analysis of men's and women's accounts of responding to symptoms of lung cancer. Social Science and Medicine, 191, pp. 134-142. (doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2017.09.015) (PMID:28917622) (PMCID:PMC5630200)

van de Glind, I. et al. (2017) The intervention process in the European Fans in Training (EuroFIT) trial: a mixed method protocol for evaluation. Trials, 18, 356. (doi:10.1186/s13063-017-2095-0) (PMID:28750673) (PMCID:PMC5531072)

Martin, A. , Adams, J. M., Bunn, C. , Gill, J. M.R. , Gray, C. M. , Hunt, K. , Maxwell, D. J., van der Ploeg, H. P., Wyke, S. and Mutrie, N. (2017) Feasibility of a real-time self-monitoring device for sitting less and moving more: a randomised controlled trial. BMJ Open Sport and Exercise Medicine, 3(1), e000285. (doi:10.1136/bmjsem-2017-000285) (PMID:29081985) (PMCID:PMC5652617)

Donnachie, C., Wyke, S. , Mutrie, N. and Hunt, K. (2017) 'It's like a personal motivator that you carried around wi' you': utilising self-determination theory to understand men's experiences of using pedometers to increase physical activity in a weight management programme. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 14, 61. (doi:10.1186/s12966-017-0505-z) (PMID:28476118) (PMCID:PMC5420087)

Lennon, M. R. et al. (2017) Readiness for delivering digital health at scale: lessons from a longitudinal qualitative evaluation of a national digital health innovation program in the United Kingdom. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 19(2), e42. (doi:10.2196/jmir.6900) (PMID:28209558) (PMCID:PMC5334516)

Mercer, S. W. , Fitzpatrick, B., Grant, L., Chng, N. R. , O'Donnell, C. , Mackenzie, M. , McConnachie, A. , Bakhshi, A. and Wyke, S. (2017) The Glasgow ‘Deep End’ Links Worker Study Protocol: a quasi-experimental evaluation of a social prescribing intervention for patients with complex needs in areas of high socioeconomic deprivation. Journal of Comorbidity, 7(1), pp. 1-10. (doi:10.15256/joc.2017.7.102)

Bunn, C. , Wyke, S. , Gray, C. M. , Maclean, A. and Hunt, K. (2016) 'Coz football is what we all have': masculinities, practice, performance and effervescence in a gender-sensitised weight-loss and healthy living programme for men. Sociology of Health and Illness, 38(5), pp. 812-828. (doi:10.1111/1467-9566.12402) (PMID:26864994) (PMCID:PMC4950300)

Gill, D. P. et al. (2016) Hockey Fans in Training (Hockey FIT) pilot study protocol: a gender-sensitized weight loss and healthy lifestyle program for overweight and obese male hockey fans. BMC Public Health, 16, 1096. (doi:10.1186/s12889-016-3730-5) (PMID:27756351) (PMCID:PMC5070306)

Mercer, S. W. , O'Brien, R., Fitzpatrick, B., Higgins, M., Guthrie, B., Watt, G. and Wyke, S. (2016) The development and optimisation of a primary care-based whole system complex intervention (CARE Plus) for patients with multimorbidity living in areas of high socioeconomic deprivation. Chronic Illness, 12(3), pp. 165-181. (doi:10.1177/1742395316644304) (PMID:27068113) (PMCID:PMC4995497)

Conway, E., Wyke, S. , Sugden, J., Mutrie, N. and Anderson, A. S. (2016) Can a lifestyle intervention be offered through NHS breast cancer screening? Challenges and opportunities identified in a qualitative study of women attending screening. BMC Public Health, 16, 758. (doi:10.1186/s12889-016-3445-7) (PMID:27515673) (PMCID:PMC4982403)

van Nassau, F. et al. (2016) Study protocol of European Fans in Training (EuroFIT): a four-country randomised controlled trial of a lifestyle program for men delivered in elite football clubs. BMC Public Health, 16, 598. (doi:10.1186/s12889-016-3255-y) (PMID:27430332) (PMCID:PMC4950080)

Morrison, D. , Wyke, S. , Saunderson, K., McConnachie, A. , Agur, K., Chaudhuri, R., Thomas, M., Thomson, N.C., Yardley, L. and Mair, F.S. (2016) Findings from a pilot randomised trial of an asthma internet self-management intervention (RAISIN). BMJ Open, 6(5), e009254. (doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2015-009254) (PMID:27173807) (PMCID:PMC4874112)

Paul, L., Wyke, S. , Brewster, S. , Sattar, N. , Gill, J. M.R. , Alexander, G., Rafferty, D., McFadyen, A. K., Ramsay, A. and Dybus, A. (2016) Increasing physical activity in stroke survivors using STARFISH, an interactive mobile phone application: a pilot study. Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation, 23(3), pp. 170-177. (doi:10.1080/10749357.2015.1122266) (PMID:27077973)

Kotzur, M. , Wyke, S. , Macdonald, S. , Steele, R., Weller, D., Campbell, C., Crighton, E., Mccowan, C. and Robb, K. (2016) ‘Not that one’: Understanding why women screen for breast and cervical, but not bowel cancer. European Health Psychologist, 18(Supp.), p. 492.

Mercer, S. W. et al. (2016) The Care Plus study- a whole system intervention to improve quality of life of primary care patients with multimorbidity in areas of high socioeconomic deprivation: exploratory cluster randomised controlled trial and cost-utility analysis. BMC Medicine, 14, 88. (doi:10.1186/s12916-016-0634-2) (PMID:27328975) (PMCID:PMC4916534)

Porteous, T., Wyke, S. , Hannaford, P. and Bond, C. (2015) Self-care behaviour for minor symptoms: can Andersen's behavioral model of health services use help us to understand it? International Journal of Pharmacy Practice, 23(1), pp. 27-35. (doi:10.1111/ijpp.12116)

Wyke, S. et al. (2015) Football Fans in Training (FFIT): a randomised controlled trial of a gender-sensitised weight loss and healthy living programme for men – end of study report. Public Health Research, 3(2), pp. 1-129. (doi:10.3310/phr03020) (PMID:25654156)

Devlin, A. M. et al. (2015) Delivering digital health and well-being at scale: lessons learned during the implementation of the dallas program in the United Kingdom. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, 23(1), pp. 48-59. (doi:10.1093/jamia/ocv097) (PMID:26254480)

Morrison, D. , Mair, F. S. , Chaudhuri, R., McGee-Lennon, M., Thomas, M., Thomson, N. C., Yardley, L. and Wyke, S. (2015) Details of development of the resource for adults with asthma in the RAISIN (randomized trial of an asthma internet self-management intervention) study. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making, 15, 57. (doi:10.1186/s12911-015-0177-z)

Paul, L., Brewster, S. , Wyke, S. , Gill, J. M.R. , Alexander, G., Dybus, A. and Rafferty, D. (2015) Physical activity profiles and sedentary behaviour in people following stroke: a cross-sectional study. Disability and Rehabilitation, (doi:10.3109/09638288.2015.1041615)

Boa, S., Duncan, E. A.S., Haraldsdottir, E. and Wyke, S. (2014) Goal setting in palliative care: a structured review. Progress in Palliative Care, 22(6), pp. 326-333. (doi:10.1179/1743291X14Y.0000000097)

Sullivan, F., Hinds, A., Pitkethly, M., Treweek, S., Wilson, P. and Wyke, S. (2014) Primary care research network progress in Scotland. European Journal of General Practice, 20(4), pp. 337-342. (doi:10.3109/13814788.2013.879116)

Kroll, T., Wyke, S. , Jahagirdar, D. and Ritchie, K. (2014) If patient-reported outcome measures are considered key health-care quality indicators, who is excluded from participation? Health Expectations, 17(5), pp. 605-607. (doi:10.1111/j.1369-7625.2012.00772.x) (PMID:22512658)

McLean, G., Gunn, J., Wyke, S. , Guthrie, B., Watt, G. C.M., Blane, D. N. and Mercer, S. W. (2014) The influence of socioeconomic deprivation on multimorbidity at different ages: a cross-sectional study. British Journal of General Practice, 64(624), e440-e447. (doi:10.3399/bjgp14X680545) (PMID:24982497) (PMCID:PMC4073730)

Wyke, S. , Hunt, K. and Treweek, S. (2014) Weight loss intervention for football fans – Authors' reply. Lancet, 383(9935), p. 2122. (doi:10.1016/S0140-6736(14)61024-2)

Hunt, K. et al. (2014) A gender-sensitised weight loss and healthy living programme for overweight and obese men delivered by Scottish Premier League football clubs (FFIT): a pragmatic randomised controlled trial. Lancet, 383(9924), pp. 1211-1221. (doi:10.1016/S0140-6736(13)62420-4)

Anderson, A. S. et al. (2014) Breast cancer risk reduction - is it feasible to initiate a randomised controlled trial of a lifestyle intervention programme (ActWell) within a national breast screening programme? International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 11, 156. (doi:10.1186/s12966-014-0156-2) (PMID:25516158) (PMCID:PMC4304617)

Hunt, K. , Gray, C. M. , MacLean, A., Smillie, S. , Bunn, C. and Wyke, S. (2014) Do weight management programmes delivered at professional football clubs attract and engage high risk men? A mixed-methods study. BMC Public Health, 14, p. 50. (doi:10.1186/1471-2458-14-50) (PMID:24443845) (PMCID:PMC4028855)

MacLean, A., Hunt, K. , Gray, C. , Smillie, S. and Wyke, S. (2014) How do men’s female relatives feature in their accounts of changing eating practices during a weight-management programme delivered through professional football clubs? International Journal of Men's Health, 13(2), pp. 121-138.

Morrison, D. , Wyke, S. , Agur, K., Cameron, E., Docking, R., MacKenzie, A., McConnachie, A. , Raghuvir, V., Thomson, N. and Mair, F. (2014) Digital Asthma Self-Management Interventions: A Systematic Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 16(2), e51. (doi:10.2196/jmir.2814)

Morrison, D. , Wyke, S. , Thomson, N. C., McConnachie, A. , Agur, K., Saunderson, K., Chaudhuri, R. and Mair, F. S. (2014) A randomized trial of an Asthma Internet Self-management Intervention (RAISIN): study protocol for a randomized controlled trial. Trials, 15, p. 185. (doi:10.1186/1745-6215-15-185) (PMID:24884722)

O'Brien, R., Wyke, S. , Guthrie, B., Watt, G. C.C.M. and Mercer, S. W. (2014) The ‘everyday work’ of living with multimorbidity in socioeconomically deprived areas of Scotland. Journal of Comorbidity, 4(1), pp. 1-10. (doi:10.15256/joc.2014.4.32)

Santer, M., Ring, N., Yardley, L., Geraghty, A. W.A. and Wyke, S. (2014) Treatment non-adherence in pediatric long-term medical conditions: systematic review and synthesis of qualitative studies of caregivers’ views. BMC Pediatrics, 14(63), (doi:10.1186/1471-2431-14-63)

Scobbie, L., Duncan, E.A., Brady, M.C. and Wyke, S. (2014) Goal setting practice in services delivering community-based stroke rehabilitation: a United Kingdom (UK) wide survey. Disability and Rehabilitation, 37(14), pp. 1291-1298. (doi:10.3109/09638288.2014.961652) (PMID:25243765)

France, E., Hunt, K. , Dow, C. and Wyke, S. (2013) Do men’s and women’s accounts of surviving a stroke conform to Frank’s narrative genres? Qualitative Health Research, 23(12), pp. 1649-1659. (doi:10.1177/1049732313509895)

Wyke, S. , Adamson, J., Dixon, D. and Hunt, K. (2013) Consultation and illness behaviour in response to symptoms: a comparison of models from different disciplinary frameworks and suggestions for future research directions. Social Science and Medicine, 86, pp. 79-87. (doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2013.03.007)

Gray, C.M. , Hunt, K. , Mutrie, N., Anderson, A.S., Leishman, J., Dalgarno, L. and Wyke, S. (2013) Football fans in training: the development and optimization of an intervention delivered through professional sports clubs to help men lose weight, become more active and adopt healthier eating habits. BMC Public Health, 13(232), (doi:10.1186/1471-2458-13-232)

France, E.F., Hunt, K. , Ziebland, S. and Wyke, S. (2013) What parents say about disclosing the end of their pregnancy due to fetal abnormality. Midwifery, 29(1), pp. 24-32. (doi:10.1016/j.midw.2011.10.006)

Hunt, K. , McCann, C., Gray, C.M. , Mutrie, N. and Wyke, S. (2013) "You've got to walk before you run". Positive evaluations of a walking programme as part of a gender sensitised weight management programme delivered to men through professional football clubs. Health Psychology, 32(1), pp. 57-65. (doi:10.1037/a0029537)

Gray, C.M. , Hunt, K. , Mutrie, N., Anderson, A.S., Treweek, S. and Wyke, S. (2013) Weight management for overweight and obese men delivered through professional football clubs: a pilot randomized trial. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 10(1), p. 121. (doi:10.1186/1479-5868-10-121)

Gray, N.M. et al. (2013) Developing a community-based intervention to improve quality of life in people with colorectal cancer: a complex intervention development study. BMJ Open, 3(4), e002596. (doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2013-002596)

Jahagirdar, D., Kroll, T., Ritchie, K. and Wyke, S. (2013) Patient-reported outcome measures for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: the exclusion of people with low literacy skills and learning disabilities. Patient, 6(1), pp. 11-21. (doi:10.1007/s40271-013-0004-5)

Lawson, K., Mercer, S. , Wyke, S. , Grieve, E. , Guthrie, B., Watt, G.C.M. and Fenwick, E. (2013) Double trouble: the impact of multimorbidity and deprivation on preference-weighted health related quality of life - a cross sectional analysis of the Scottish Health Survey. International Journal for Equity in Health, 12(67), (doi:10.1186/1475-9276-12-67)

Porteous, T. et al. (2013) 'Help for hay fever', a goal-focused intervention for people with intermittent allergic rhinitis, delivered in Scottish community pharmacies: study protocol for a pilot cluster randomized controlled trial. Trials, 14(217), (doi:10.1186/1745-6215-14-217)

Scobbie, L., McLean, D., Dixon, D., Duncan, E. and Wyke, S. (2013) Implementing a framework for goal setting in community based stroke rehabilitation: a process evaluation. BMC Health Services Research, 13(190), (doi:10.1186/1472-6963-13-190)

Smith, S. et al. (2013) Reducing time before consulting with symptoms of lung cancer: randomised controlled trial. British Journal of General Practice, 63, e47-e54.

Gray, C.M. , Hunt, K. , Mutrie, N., Anderson, A.S., Treweek, S., Leishman, J. and Wyke, S. (2012) Can professional soccer clubs help male fans lose weight and become more physically active? Preliminary evidence from the Scottish Premier League. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 15(6(Sup)), p. 367.

Jahagirdar, D., Kroll, T., Ritchie, K. and Wyke, S. (2012) Using patient reported outcome measures in health services: a qualitative study on including people with low literacy skills and learning disabilities. BMC Health Services Research, 12(431), (doi:10.1186/1472-6963-12-431)

Barnett, K., Mercer, S.W. , Norbury, M., Watt, G., Wyke, S. and Guthrie, B. (2012) Epidemiology of multimorbidity and implications for health care, research, and medical education: a cross-sectional study. Lancet, 380(9836), pp. 37-43. (doi:10.1016/S0140-6736(12)60240-2)

France, E.F., Locock, L., Hunt, K. , Ziebland, S., Field, K. and Wyke, S. (2012) Imagined futures: how experiential knowledge of disability affects parents’ decision making about fetal abnormality. Health Expectations, 15(2), pp. 139-156. (doi:10.1111/j.1369-7625.2011.00672.x)

Ziebland, S. and Wyke, S. (2012) Health and illness in a connected world: how might sharing experiences on the Internet affect people's health? Milbank Quarterly, 90(2), pp. 219-249. (doi:10.1111/j.1468-0009.2012.00662.x)

France, E.F., Wyke, S. , Gunn, J.N., Mair, F. , McLean, G. and Mercer, S.W. (2012) Multimorbidity in primary care: a systematic review of prospective cohort studies. British Journal of General Practice, 62(597), e297-e307. (doi:10.3399/bjgp12X636146)

Gray, C.M. , Hunt, K. , Lorimer, K., Anderson, A.S., Benzeval, M. and Wyke, S. (2012) Words and context matter [Rapid Response]. British Medical Journal, 344(e1370),

Guthrie, B., Watt, G., Wyke, S. and Mercer, S.W. (2012) Epidemiology of multimorbidity – Authors' reply. Lancet, 380(9851), pp. 1383-1384. (doi:10.1016/S0140-6736(12)61796-6)

Mercer, S.W. , Gunn, J., Bower, P., Wyke, S. and Guthrie, B. (2012) Managing patients with mental and physical multimorbidity. BMJ, 345, e5559-e5559. (doi:10.1136/bmj.e5559)

Smith, S.M. et al. (2012) Developing a complex intervention to reduce time to presentation with symptoms of lung cancer. British Journal of General Practice, 62, e605-e615. (doi:10.3399/bjgp12X654579)

Youssef, N.F.A., Shepherd, A., Evans, J.M.M. and Wyke, S. (2012) Translating and testing the Liver Disease Symptom Index 2.0 for administration to people with liver cirrhosis in Egypt. International Journal of Nursing Practice, 18(4), pp. 406-416. (doi:10.1111/j.1440-172X.2012.02048.x)

Entwistle, V., France, E., Wyke, S. , Jepson, R., Hunt, K. , Ziebland, S. and Thompson, A. (2011) How information about other people's personal experiences can help with healthcare decision-making: a qualitative study. Patient Education and Counseling, 85(3), e291-e298. (doi:10.1016/j.pec.2011.05.014)

Browne, S. , Dowie, A., Mitchell, L., Wyke, S. , Ziebland, S., Campbell, N. and Macleod, U. (2011) Patients' needs following colorectal cancer diagnosis: where does primary care fit in? British Journal of General Practice, 61(592), pp. 692-699. (doi:10.3399/bjgp11X606582)

Gray, C.M. , Hunt, K. , Lorimer, K., Anderson, A.S., Benzeval, M. and Wyke, S. (2011) Words matter: a qualitative investigation of which weight status terms are acceptable and motivate weight loss when used by health professionals. BMC Public Health, 11(513), pp. 1-9. (doi:10.1186/1471-2458-11-513)

Scobbie, L., Dixon, D. and Wyke, S. (2011) Goal setting and action planning in the rehabilitation setting: development of a theoretically informed practice framework. Clinical Rehabilitation, 25(5), pp. 468-482. (doi:10.1177/0269215510389198)

O'Brien, R., Wyke, S. , Guthrie, B., Watt, G.C.M. and Mercer, S.W. (2011) An ‘endless struggle’: a qualitative study of general practitioners’ and practice nurses’ experiences of managing multimorbidity in socio-economically deprived areas of Scotland. Chronic Illness, 7(1), pp. 45-59. (doi:10.1177/1742395310382461)

France, E., Wyke, S. , Ziebland, S., Entwistle, V. and Hunt, K. (2011) How personal experiences feature in women's accounts of use of information for decisions about antenatal diagnostic testing for foetal abnormality. Social Science and Medicine, 72(5), pp. 755-762. (doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2010.11.031)

France, E.F., Wyke, S. , Ziebland, S., Entwistle, V.A. and Hunt, K. (2011) How personal experiences feature in women’s accounts of use of information for decisions about antenatal diagnostic testing for foetal abnormality. Social Science and Medicine, 72(5), pp. 755-762. (doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2010.11.031)

Gray, C.M. , Hunt, K. , Mutrie, N., Anderson, A.S., Treweek, S. and Wyke, S. (2011) Can the draw of professional football clubs help promote weight loss in overweight and obese men? A feasibility study of the Football Fans in Training programme delivered through the Scottish Premier League. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 65, A37-A38. (doi:10.1136/jech.2011.143586.84)

Lorimer, K., Gray, C.M. , Hunt, K. , Wyke, S. , Anderson, A.S. and Benzeval, M. (2011) Response to written feedback of clinical data within a longitudinal study: a qualitative study exploring the ethical implications. BMC Medical Research Methodology, 11(10), (doi:10.1186/1471-2288-11-10)

Mercer, S.W. , Gunn, J. and Wyke, S. (2011) Improving the health of people with multimorbidity: the need for prospective cohort studies. Journal of Comorbidity, 1(1), pp. 4-7.

Ring, N., Jepson, R., Hoskins, G., Wilson, C., Pinnock, H., Sheikh, A. and Wyke, S. (2011) Understanding what helps or hinders asthma action plan use: a systematic review and synthesis of the qualitative literature. Patient Education and Counseling, 85, e131-e143. (doi:10.1016/j.pec.2011.01.025)

Murphy, J., Gray, C.M. , Cox, S., van Achterberg, T. and Wyke, S. (2010) The effectiveness of the Talking Mats framework in helping people with dementia to express their views on well-being. Dementia, 9(4), pp. 454-472. (doi:10.1177/1471301210381776)

Hunt, K. , France, E., Ziebland, S., Field, K. and Wyke, S. (2009) ‘My brain couldn’t move from planning a birth to planning a funeral’: A qualitative study of parents’ experiences of decisions after ending a pregnancy for fetal abnormality. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 46(8), pp. 1111-1121. (doi:10.1016/j.ijnurstu.2008.12.004)

Smith, S.M., Campbell, N.C., MacLeod, U., Lee, A.J., Raja, A., Wyke, S. , Ziebland, S.B., Duff, E.M., Ritchie, L.D. and Nicolson, M.C. (2009) Factors contributing to the time taken to consult with symptoms of lung cancer: a cross-sectional study. Thorax, 64(6), pp. 523-531. (doi:10.1136/thx.2008.096560)

Scobbie, L., Wyke, S. and Dixon, D. (2009) Identifying and applying psychological theory to setting and achieving rehabilitation goals. Clinical Rehabilitation, 23(4), pp. 321-333. (doi:10.1177/0269215509102981)

Gray, C. , Anderson, A., Clarke, A., Dalziel, A., Hunt, K. , Leishman, J. and Wyke, S. (2009) Addressing male obesity: an evaluation of a group-based weight management intervention for Scottish men. Journal of Men's Health, 6(1), pp. 70-81. (doi:10.1016/j.jomh.2008.11.002)

Townsend, A., Hunt, K. and Wyke, S. (2008) Frequent consulting and multiple morbidity: a qualitative comparison of ‘high’ and ‘low’ consulters of GPs. Family Practice, 25(3), pp. 168-175. (doi:10.1093/fampra/cmn017)

Santer, M., Wyke, S. and Warner, P. (2008) Women's management of menstrual symptoms: Findings from a postal survey and qualitative interviews. Social Science and Medicine, 66(2), pp. 276-288. (doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2007.08.018)

Ring, N., Malcolm, C., Wyke, S. , MacGillivray, S., Dixon, D., Hoskins, G., Pinnock, H. and Sheikh, A. (2007) Promoting the use of Personal Asthma Action Plans: A systematic review. Primary Care Respiratory Journal, 16(5), pp. 271-283. (doi:10.3132/pcrj.2007.00049)

Murchie, P., Hannaford, P., Wyke, S. , Nicolson, M. and Campbell, N. (2007) Designing an integrated follow-up programme for people treated for cutaneous malignant melanoma: a practical application of the MRC framework for the design and evaluation of complex interventions to improve health. Family Practice, 24(3), pp. 283-292. (doi:10.1093/fampra/cmm006)

Santer, M., Warner, P. and Wyke, S. (2007) What aspects of periods are most bothersome for women reporting heavy menstrual bleeding? Community survey and qualitative study. BMC Women's Health, 7(8), (doi:10.1186/1472-6874-7-8)

Townsend, A., Wyke, S. and Hunt, K. (2006) Self-managing and managing self: practical and moral dilemmas in accounts of living with chronic illness. Chronic Illness, 2(3), pp. 185-194. (doi:10.1177/17423953060020031301)

Elliott, A.M., Hannaford, P.C., Smith, B.H., Wyke, S. and Hunt, K. (2006) Symptom experience and subsequent mortality: results from the West of Scotland Twenty-07 study. BMC Health Services Research, 6(158), pp. 1-9. (doi:10.1186/1472-6963-6-158)

Guthrie, B. and Wyke, S. (2006) Personal continuity and access in UK general practice: A qualitative study of general practitioners' and patients' perceptions of when and how they matter. BMC Family Practice, 7(11), (doi:10.1186/1471-2296-7-11)

Smith, J., Dixon, J., Mays, N., McLeod, H., Goodwin, N., McLelland, S., Lewis, R. and Wyke, S. (2005) Practice based commissioning: applying the research evidence. British Medical Journal, 331(7529), pp. 1397-1399. (doi:10.1136/bmj.331.7529.1397)

Santer, M., Warner, P. and Wyke, S. (2005) A Scottish postal survey suggested that the prevailing clinical preoccupation with heavy periods does not reflect the epidemiology of reported symptoms and problems. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, 58(11), pp. 1206-1210. (doi:10.1016/j.jclinepi.2005.02.026)

Fairhurst, K., Wyke, S. , Ziebland, S., Seaman, P. and Glasier, A. (2005) “Not that sort of practice”: the views and behaviour of primary care practitioners in a study of advance provision of emergency contraception. Family Practice, 22(3), pp. 280-286. (doi:10.1093/fampra/cmh728)

Ziebland, S., Wyke, S. , Seaman, P., Fairhurst, K., Walker, J. and Glasier, A. (2005) What happened when Scottish women were given advance supplies of emergency contraception? A survey and qualitative study of women's views and experiences. Social Science and Medicine, 60(8), pp. 1767-1769.

Hamilton, K., Sullivan, F., Scott, A., Taylor, R., Ikemwilo, D., Baker, C., Wyke, S. and Donnen, P. (2005) A managed clinical network for cardiac services: set-up, operation and impact on patient care. International Journal of Integrated Care, 5,

Fairhurst, K., Ziebland, S., Wyke, S. , Seaman, P. and Glasier, A. (2004) Emergency contraception: why can't you give it away? Qualitative findings from an evaluation of advance provision of emergency contraception. Contraception, 70(1), pp. 25-29. (doi:10.1016/j.contraception.2004.02.012)

Glasier, A., Fairhurst, K., Wyke, S. , Seaman, P., Walker, J., Lakha, F. and Ziebland, S. (2004) Advanced provision of emergency contraception does not reduce abortion rates. Contraception, 69(5), pp. 361-366. (doi:10.1016/j.contraception.2004.01.002)

Townsend, A., Hunt, K. and Wyke, S. (2003) Managing multiple morbidity in mid-life: a qualitative study of attitudes to drug use. British Medical Journal, 327(7419), p. 837. (doi:10.1136/bmj.327.7419.837)

Wyke, S. , Mays, N., Street, A., Bevan, G. and Goodwin, N. (2003) Should general practitioners purchase health care for their patients? The total purchasing experiment in Britain. Health Policy, 65(3), pp. 243-259. (doi:10.1016/S0168-8510(03)00040-X)

Wyke, S. , Hunt, K. , Walker, J. and Wilson, P. (2003) Frequent attendance, socioeconomic status and burden of ill health: an investigation in the West of Scotland. European Journal of General Practice, 9(2), pp. 48-55.

Santer, M., Wyke, S. and Warner, P. (2003) Women's experiences of Chlamydia screening:Qualitative interviews with women in primary care. European Journal of General Practice, 9(2), pp. 56-61.

Wyke, S. (2003) Why people use primary care health services? Do we really need more research? Journal of Health Services Research and Policy, 8, pp. 55-57.

McKinstry, B., Walker, J., Campbell, C., Heaney, D. and Wyke, S. (2002) Telephone consultations to manage requests for same-day appointments: a randomised controlled trial in two practices. British Journal of General Practice, 52(477), pp. 306-310.

Heaney, D., Wyke, S. , Wilson, P., Elton, R. and Rutledge, P. (2001) Assessment of impact of information booklets on use of healthcare services: randomised controlled trial. British Medical Journal, 322(7296), pp. 1218-1220. (doi:10.1136/bmj.322.7296.1218)

Mays, N., Wyke, S. and Evans, D. (2001) The evaluation of complex health policy: lessons from the UK total purchasing experiment. Evaluation, 7, pp. 405-426.

Wyke, S. , Hewison, J., Elton, R., Posnett, J., MacLeod, L. and Ross-McGill, H. (2001) Does general practitioner involvement in commissioning maternity care make a difference? Journal of Health Services Research and Policy, 6(2), pp. 99-104.

Guthrie, B. and Wyke, S. (2000) Controversy in primary care: does continuity in general practice really matter? British Medical Journal, 321(7263), pp. 734-736.

Myles, S. and Wyke, S. (2000) Primary care organisations in the new NHS: Promoting primary managed care? Journal of Integrated Care, 4, pp. 87-94.

Santer, M., Warner, P., Wyke, S. and Sutherland, S. (2000) Opportunistic screening for chlamydia infection in general practice: can we reach young women? Journal of Medical Screening, 7, pp. 175-176.

Wyke, S. , Bond, C., Morrison, J. , Ryan, K. and Sullivan, F. (2000) Research priorities in primary care: a report from the CSO's primary care implementation committee. Health Bulletin, 59, pp. 426-433. (PMID:12813799)

Wyke, S. , Myles, S., Popay, J., Scott, J., Campbell, A. and Girling, J. (1999) Total purchasing, community and continuing care: Lessons for future policy developments in the NHS. Health and Social Care in the Community, 7(6), pp. 394-407. (doi:10.1046/j.1365-2524.1999.00207.x)

Hunt, K. , Ford, G., Harkins, L. and Wyke, S. (1999) Are women more ready to consult than men? Gender differences in family practitioners consultations for common chronic conditions. Journal of Health Services Research and Policy, 4(2), pp. 96-100.

Hannaford, P., Hunt, J., Sullivan, F. and Wyke, S. (1999) Shaping the future: a primary care research and development strategy for Scotland. Health Bulletin, 57, pp. 457-459.

Boaz, A., Ziebland, S., Wyke, S. and Walker, J. (1998) A 'five-a-day' fruit and vegetable pack for primary school children. Part II: controlled evaluation in two Scottish schools. Health Education Journal, 57(2), pp. 105-116. (doi:10.1177/001789699805700203)

Wyke, S. , Hunt, K. and Ford, G. (1998) Gender differences in consulting a general practitioner for common symptoms of minor illness. Social Science and Medicine, 46(7), pp. 901-906. (doi:10.1016/S0277-9536(97)00217-7)

Mays, N., Goodwin, N., Bevan, G. and Wyke, S. (1997) What is total purchasing? British Medical Journal, 315(7109), pp. 652-655. (doi:n/a)

Vallis, J., Wyke, S. and Cunningham-Burley, S. (1997) "She's good that one down there": Views and expectations of community pharmacy in a Scottish commuter town. Pharmaceutical Journal, 258, pp. 457-460.

Wyke, S. and Landman, J. (1997) Healthy eating? Diet and cuisine amongst Scottish South Asian people. British Food Journal, 99(1), pp. 27-34. (doi:10.1108/00070709710158852)

Ibbotson, T., Wyke, S. , McEwan, J., Macintyre, S. and Kelly, M. (1996) Uptake of cervical screening in general practice: The effect of practice organisation, structure and deprivation. Journal of Medical Screening, 3(1), pp. 35-39.

Ibbotson, T., Wyke, S. , McEwen, J., Macintyre, S. and Kelly, K. (1996) Uptake of cervical screening in general practice: effect of practice organisation, structure, and deprivation. Journal of Medical Screening, 3(1), pp. 35-39.

Myles, S., Wyke, S. , Ibbotson, T., Macintyre, S., McEwan, J. and Kelly, M. (1996) Costs and remuneration for cervical screening in general practice: Report of a study in the West of Scotland. Journal of Health Services Research and Policy, 1(4), pp. 217-223.

Ibbotson, T. and Wyke, S. (1995) A review of cervical cancer and cervical screening: Implications for nursing practice. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 22(4), pp. 745-752. (doi:10.1046/j.1365-2648.1995.22040745.x)

Wyke, S. , Campbell, G. and MacIver, S. (1992) Provision of, and patient satisfaction with, primary care services in a relatively affluent area and a relatively deprived area of Glasgow. British Journal of General Practice, 42(360), pp. 271-275.

Wyke, S. and Ford, G. (1992) Competing explanations for associations between marital status and health. Social Science and Medicine, 34(5), pp. 523-532. (doi:10.1016/0277-9536(92)90208-8)

Wyke, S. , Hewison, J., Hey, E.N. and Russell, I.T. (1991) Respiratory illness in children: Do deprived children have worse coughs? Acta Paediatrica, 80(6-7), pp. 704-711. (doi:10.1111/j.1651-2227.1991.tb11932.x)

Wyke, S. , Hewison, J. and Russell, I.T. (1990) Respiratory illness in children: What makes parents decide to consult? British Journal of General Practice, 40(335), pp. 226-229.

Book Sections

Hunt, K. , Wyke, S., Gray, C. , Bunn, C. and Singh, B. (2016) Football Fans in Training: a weight management and healthy living programme for men delivered via Scotland’s premier football clubs. In: Conrad, D. and White, A. (eds.) Sports-Based Health Interventions: Case Studies from Around the World. Springer: New York, NY, pp. 251-260. ISBN 9781461459958 (doi:10.1007/978-1-4614-5996-5_20)

Guthrie, B., Wyke, S. , Gunn, J., van den Akker, J. and Mercer, S.W. (2011) Multimorbidity: the impact on health systems and their development. In: Health Reform: Meeting the Challenge of Ageing and Multiple Morbidities. OECD: Paris, France, pp. 173-221. ISBN 9789264122307 (doi:10.1787/9789264122314-en)

Wyke, S. and Eboh, W. (2009) Ethnicity and health. In: Alder, B., Abrahams, C., van Teijlingen, E. and Porter, M. (eds.) Psychology and sociology applied to medicine : An illustrated colour text. Churchill Livingstone, Elsevier: Edinburgh, Scotland, pp. 48-49. ISBN 9780443067877

Wyke, S. (2004) Reasons for consultation. In: Jones, R., Britten, N., Culpepper, L., Gass, D., Grol, R., Mant, D. and Silagy, C. (eds.) Oxford Textbook of Primary Medical Care. Oxford University Press: Oxford, England. ISBN 9780198529637

Evans, D., Mays, N. and Wyke, S. (2001) Evaluating complex policies: what have we learned from total purchasing? In: Mays, N., Wyke, S., Malbon, G. and Goodwin, N. (eds.) The Purchasing of Health Care by Primary Care Organizations: An Evaluation and Guide to Future Policy. Series: State of Health Series. Open University Press: Milton Keynes, Bucks., UK. ISBN 9780335209002

Malbon, G., Mays, N., Wyke, S. and McLeod, H. (2001) What did total purchasing pilots achieve? In: Mays, N., Wyke, S., Malbon, G. and Goodwin, N. (eds.) The Purchasing of Health Care by Primary Care Organizations: An Evaluation and Guide to Future Policy. Series: State of Health Series. Open University Press: Milton Keynes, Bucks., UK. ISBN 9780335209002

Mays, N., Malbon, G., Wyke, S. , Killoran, A. and Goodwin, N. (2001) The total purchasing experiment: a guide to future policy development? In: Mays, N., Wyke, S., Malbon, G. and Goodwin, N. (eds.) The Purchasing of Health Care by Primary Care Organizations: An Evaluation and Guide to Future Policy. Series: State of Health Series. Open University Press: Milton Keynes, Bucks., UK. ISBN 9780335209002

Mays, N. and Wyke, S. (2001) Designing the evaluation of the total purchasing experiment: Problems and solutions. In: Mays, N., Wyke, S., Malbon, G. and Goodwin, N. (eds.) The Purchasing of Health Care by Primary Care Organizations: An Evaluation and Guide to Future Policy. Series: State of Health Series. Open University Press: Milton Keynes, Bucks., UK. ISBN 9780335209002

Mays, N. and Wyke, S. (2001) The total purchasing experiment: interpreting the evidence. In: Mays, N., Wyke, S., Malbon, G. and Goodwin, N. (eds.) The Purchasing of Health Care by Primary Care Organizations: An Evaluation and Guide to Future Policy. Series: State of Health Series. Open University Press: Milton Keynes, Bucks., UK. ISBN 9780335209002

Mays, N., Wyke, S. , Malbon, G. and Goodwin, N. (2001) Health service development: what can be learned from the UK total purchasing experiment? In: Mays, N., Wyke, S., Malbon, G. and Goodwin, N. (eds.) The Purchasing of Health Care by Primary Care Organizations: An Evaluation and Guide to Future Policy. Series: State of Health Series. Open University Press: Milton Keynes, Bucks., UK. ISBN 9780335209002

Wyke, S. , Cunningham-Burley, S. and Vallis, J. (2001) Parents and children. In: Taylor, K. and Harding, G. (eds.) Pharmacy practice. Taylor & Francis: London, England, pp. 265-274. ISBN 9780415271592

Wyke, S. , Gask, L., Lee, J. and Scott, J. (2001) Purchasing maternity care, mental health services and community care for older people. In: Mays, N., Wyke, S., Malbon, G. and Goodwin, N. (eds.) The Purchasing of Health Care by Primary Care Organizations: An Evaluation and Guide to Future Policy. Series: State of Health Series. Open University Press: Milton Keynes, Bucks., UK. ISBN 9780335209002

Wyke, S. , Malbon, G., Mays, N. and Goodwin, N. (2001) How was change achieved? In: Wyke, S., Mays, N., Malbon, G. and Goodwin, N. (eds.) The Purchasing of Health Care by Primary Care Organizations: An Evaluation and Guide to Future Policy. Series: State of Health Series. Open University Press: Milton Keynes, Bucks., UK. ISBN 9780335209002

Wyke, S. , Hewison, J. and Russell, I. (1991) Children with coughs: Who consults the doctor? In: Wyke, S. and Hewison, J. (eds.) Child Health Matters: Caring for children in the community. Open University Press: Milton Keynes, England, pp. 67-73. ISBN 9780335093939

Wyke, S. , Hewison, J. and Russell, I. (1991) Why does child health matter? In: Wyke, S. and Hewison, J. (eds.) Child Health Matters: Caring for Children in the Community. Open University Press: Milton Keynes, Bucks., pp. 1-11. ISBN 9780335093939

Macintyre, S., Annandale, E., Ecob, R., Ford, G., Hunt, K. , MacIver, S., West, P. and Wyke, S. (1989) The West of Scotland twenty-07 - health in the community. In: Martin, C. and McQueen, D. (eds.) Readings For a New Public Health. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, Scotland. ISBN 9780852246160

Edited Books

Mays, N., Wyke, S. , Malbon, G. and Goodwin, N. (Eds.) (2001) The Purchasing of Health Care by Primary Care Organizations: An Evaluation and Guide to Future Policy. Series: State of Health Series. Open University Press: Milton Keynes, Bucks., UK. ISBN 9780335209002

Wyke, S. and Hewison, J. (Eds.) (1991) Child health matters: Caring for children in the community. Open University Press: Milton Keynes, Bucks.. ISBN 9780335093939

Research Reports or Papers

Wyke, S. , Hunt, K. and Gray, C. (2012) 11 PRT/8506: Football Fans in Training (FFIT): a pragmatic randomised controlled trial of a gender-sensitised weight loss and healthy living programme delivered to men aged 35–65 years by Scottish Premier League football clubs (ISRCTN32677491) [protocol]. Other. Gray.

Gray, C.M. , Hunt, K. and Wyke, S. (2011) Football Fans in Training (FFIT) Delivery 2 Spring 2011: Report on Observations at 9 Clubs. Project Report. University of Stirling, Stirling, UK.

Gray, C.M. , Wyke, S. , Hunt, K. , Mutrie, N., Anderson, A.S., Treweek, S. and Leishman, J. (2011) Football Fans in Training (FFIT) Delivery 1 Report. Project Report. University of Stirling, Stirling, UK.

Wyke, S. , Entwistle, V., France, E.F., Hunt, K. , Jepson, R., Thompson, A. and Ziebland, S. (2011) Information for Choice: What People Need, Prefer and Use. Report for the National Institute for Health Research Service Delivery and Organisation Programme. Other. National Coordinating Centre for the Service Delivery and Organisation, London, UK.

Wyke, S. , Hunt, K. , Anderson, A.S., Benzeval, M. and Gray, C.M. (2010) Response to Being Informed of Weight Status and Body Fat Composition: Understandings, Reactions and Motivations to Achieve a Healthy Weight. Project Report. Cancer Research UK. (Unpublished)

Conference or Workshop Item

Kotzur, M. , Wyke, S. , Macdonald, S. , Steele, R., Weller, D., Campbell, C., Crighton, E., Mccowan, C. and Robb, K. (2017) Strategies to Increase Bowel Screening Uptake: a Focus Group Study of Non-participants. UK Society for Behavioural Medicine Annual Scientific Meeting, Liverpool, United Kingdom, 13-14 Dec 2017. (Unpublished)

Kotzur, M. , Wyke, S. , Macdonald, S. , Steele, R., Weller, D., Campbell, C., Crighton, E., Mccowan, C. and Robb, K. (2017) Involving Future Users in Developing Cancer Screening Interventions: a Case Study. European Health Psychology Society Conference 2017, Padova, Italy, 29 Aug - 02 Sep 2017. (Unpublished)

Kotzur, M. , Wyke, S. , Macdonald, S. , Steele, R., Weller, D., Campbell, C., Crighton, E., Mccowan, C. and Robb, K. (2016) Improving Bowel Screening Uptake: Lessons from Higher Uptake of Breast and Cervical Screening. UK Society for Behavioural Medicine 12th Annual Scientific Meeting, Cardiff, Wales, 01-02 Dec 2016. (Unpublished)

Kotzur, M. , Wyke, S. , Macdonald, S. , Steele, R., Weller, D., Campbell, C., Crighton, E., Mccowan, C. and Robb, K. (2015) Work in Progress: What Can We Learn About How to Improve Uptake of Bowel Cancer Screening From Higher Rates of Uptake in Breast and Cervical Screening Programmes? UK Society for Behavioural Medicine 11th Annual Scientific Meeting, Newcastle, UK, 08-09 Dec 2015. (Unpublished)

Conference Proceedings

Gill, D. P. et al. (2016) Impact of Hockey Fans in Training Program on Steps and Self-rated Health in Overweight Men. In: American College of Sports Medicine 63rd Annual Meeting, Boston, MA, USA, 31 May - 04 Jun 2016, (doi:10.1249/01.mss.0000486803.09709.d4)

Petrel, R. J. et al. (2016) Can a Sports Team-based Lifestyle Program (Hockey Fans In Training) Improve Weight In Overweight Men? In: American College of Sports Medicine 63rd Annual Meeting, Boston, MA, USA, 31 May - 04 Jun 2016,

McGee-Lennon, M. et al. (2016) What is the Current State of Digital Health “Readiness” in the UK?: Findings from the Delivering Assisted Living Lifestyles at Scale (dallas) Programme. In: 45th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Society for Academic Primary Care (SAPC), Dublin, Ireland, 6-8 July 2016,

Gray, C.M. , Mutrie, N., Anderson, A.S., Hunt, K. , Treweek, S. and Wyke, S. (2012) I Always Knew I had the Fitness in Me, It Was Just Getting it Oot was the Pain: Can Professional Football Clubs Help Fans Become More Active? In: ICSEMIS 2012, Glasgow, UK, 19-24 July 2012,

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Grants

Surveillance integrating Phylogenetics and Epidemiology for Elimination of Disease: Evaluation of Rabies Control in the Philippines (SPEEDIER)

Medical Research Council. £366,833. 01/07/2018- 30/06/2021. PI Katie Hampson, Co-Is Sally Wyke, Nai Rui Chng, Roman Biek, Paul Johnson, Betsy Miranda, Dario Manalo, Betty Quiambao, Jobin Maestro, Peter Craig

Rabies, a horrific but preventable disease, kills over 200 people annually in the Philippines.  Our aim is to deliver a cost-effective, epidemiologically robust, surveillance package that can be rolled out across the Philippines to guide and sustain the elimination of canine rabies.

Through implementation research we will develop best practice for an enhanced surveillance approach using Integrated Bite Case Management (IBCM) as a strategy to detect rabid animals, with risk assessment of bite patients triggering epidemiological investigations. IBCM is also an effective way to improve PEP administration, ensuring at risk persons are treated and unnecessary PEP use is reduced.

Within our implementation study, we will conduct a pragmatic stepped-wedge cluster randomized controlled trial to evaluate the potential for cost savings and improved patient care through rationalized PEP. We estimate that if implemented effectively, rationalized PEP could save over $9 million every year in the Philippines.

Cultural, social and economic influences on ongoing Schistosoma mansoni transmission, despite a decade of mass treatment, and the potential for change 

Medical Research Council.  £360, 299.06. 1/4/2017 – 31/3/2019.  PI:  Poppy Lamberton; Co-Is:   Nick Hanley, Lucy Pickering, Sally Wyke, Janet Seeley  

Schistosomiasis is a parasitic disease which infects over 240 million poor people worldwide, mainly in Sub-Saharan Africa. Improved sanitation and access to clean safe water supplies can stop people from getting infected but many areas affected by schistosomiasis lack money and resources to improve sanitation and when sanitation is improved, it is not always used. 

This project aims to understand better how people living in endemic communities manage their risk of schistosomiasis and how they might change their behaviour if additional resources were provided.

We are doing that by working directly with communities who experience a lot of schistosomiasis to establish how people currently try to reduce the risk of infection for themselves and their families as well as the risk of passing those infections on through open defecation. We are working in three villages in Uganda using social science methods to observe people going about their everyday life. We have interviewed them in groups and individually about their understanding of the disease, its effects, how they get infected and their current and desired strategies for reducing infections in the whole community. We are using these data will be used to build up a picture of high and low risk practices and perceptions of disease risk, and how practices and perceptions vary by gender, age, occupation and other factors.

We are also conducting a household survey to measure what is needed to change an individual’s behaviour. Our methodologies allow us to quantify the ways in which people currently respond to the risks posed by schistosomiasis, and how they might respond if investments in washing, sanitation and hygiene resources in their communities were made. 

Our findings will help us identify “best bets” for investments likely to reduce transmission and re-infection which are likely to work in the long-term. Results will inform future research studies, where these interventions are tried out at village and regional levels. Together the programme of work we plan will inform us on how best to control and potentially eliminate bilharzia in given areas, helping to improve the health of children in infected communities.

NIHR Global Health Research Group on estimating the prevalence, quality of life, economic and societal impact of arthritis in Tanzania: a mixed methods study at University of Glasgow

National Institute for Health Research. £1,993,935. 1/04/2018-31/03/21.  PI:  Emma McIntosh;  CoIs:  Blandina Mmbaga, Richard Walker, Iain McInnes, Sally Wyke, Christopher Bunn, Emma Laurie, and others

The 2010 Global Burden of Disease (GBD) study reported that musculoskeletal diseases accounted for 20% of all years lived with disability (YLDs) in low and middle income countries (LMICs). Significantly contributing to the global burden associated with the musculoskeletal system are arthritis diseases, with YLDs attributable to osteoarthritis increasing dramatically by 75% from 1990 to 2013.

We do not know anything about the epidemiology, economic, social and quality of life impacts of arthritis in LMIC. Arthritis and joint pain encompass a wide range of conditions with varying impacts and management requirements. It is important to understand the distribution and impact of these in order to inform future prevention and intervention strategies.  

This research will: conduct a population census to establish the prevalence of arthritis in Tanzania; understand and describe the lived reality of arthritis in Tanzania; identify and test the best methods to measure the quality of life and health care resource use of people with arthritis in Tanzania; train early and mid-career Tanzanian researchers and clinicians in conducting research program and develop capacity.

How do people with chronic conditions and their healthcare providers negotiate the self-management imperative?

Australian Research Council, 2015-2017, PIs:  Lorraine Smith and Karen Willis; UK co-investigators: Anne Rogers and Sally Wyke

Despite numerous self-management programs, significant funding for chronic disease management, and training healthcare providers (HCPs) in best practice, the fact remains that medically driven solutions do not work for people who are living with chronic conditions. Our research answers the question: How are self-management goals negotiated and enacted between people with chronic conditions and their healthcare providers?

The study has:

  • shown how interactions between people who live with a chronic condition, and their HCPs, shape self-management goals and engagement with self-management support;
  • provided explanations for difference in perspectives about goals between people with a chronic condition and HCPs;
  • contributed to and extend goal theory as it relates to healthcare settings; and
  • considered the implications of interactions about self-management goals in order to propose testable practice solutions and recommendations for policy.

Can HIV transmission to young women and mortality in men be decreased by a home-based intervention to test and treat which includes financial incentives and gender-sensitive counselling?   

National Institutes of Health.  $2,137,728, 1/7/2016 – 30/6/20.  PIs:  Frank Tanser and Till Barnighausen; Co-Is Nuala McGrath, Ben Sartorius, Maryam Shahamanesh, Janet Seeley, Sally Wyke

HIV incidence and mortality rates remain unacceptably high in rural South Africa.  In particular, young women (aged 15-30) remain at extremely high risk of HIV acquisition and more effective prevention programming is urgently needed for this group.

There are two problems in current HIV programs – continued high HIV incidence in women and comparatively low ART access in men – and they are inextricably linked. For successful treatment-as prevention, it is urgent that those large numbers of HIV-infected men – who are currently not benefitting from ART and who are infecting young women – are started on ART.

Our aim is to reduce young female HIV incidence and male HIV-related mortality through a once-off, two-stage financial incentive to encourage HIV testing and linkage to HIV treatment in a real- world setting along.

Financial incentives target extrinsic motivations.  At the same time our intervention attempts to increase men’s intrinsic motivation to test and link to care via an application called Empowering People through Informed Choice for HIV (EPIC-HIV). This is an interactive App (tablet-based) that supports men in choosing whether (and how) to engage in point of care HIV testing and link to care.   

The interventions have been developed and are now being implemented in a sectorial designed randomised controlled trial run by the Africa Health Research Institute.  

Using a difference-in-differences design within an implementation science framework we will leverage the statistical power gained through a decade's long HIV surveillance and will compare the change in male viral load, male mortality and female incidence (15-30 years of age) pre and post intervention for residents of communities who receive and who do not receive the intervention respectively.

Participants will then be followed up routinely through the Africa Centre's ongoing population-based HIV surveillance for three years. The results of this work will directly inform the development and targeting of prevention efforts in the context of generalized ART coverage. 

Health through Faith: can faith-based organisations support weight management and reduce the risk of NCDs in South Africa? 

Medical Research Council.  £149,973.54, 1/7/2016 - 30/6/2018.  PI:  Sally Wyke; Co-Is Christopher Bunn, Kate Hunt, Catherine Drpaer, Lisa Micklesfield  

In high-income countries lifestyle change programmes which work with culturally-valued identities and which use culturally-valued materials can successfully engage people to long-term lifestyle change.  Driven by high levels of overweight/obesity and high levels of church attendance in SA, we investigated whether a healthy living programme could be adapted for delivery through churches.  The programme was called ‘Impilo neZenkolo’ (InZ) meaning ‘Health through Faith’. 

 Recruitment of four churches was relatively easy.  Six workshops with church members led to numerous adaptions to InZ, including how information was expressed.  We trained 10 volunteers to lead the 12-week programme in their church but scheduling difficulties led to delivery in only 3 and training being short.  Churches recruited 84 participants and we conducted pre and post programme measurements with 42 of these.  We observed sessions to capture ease of delivery and conducted 5 focus group discussions and 9 interviews to capture perceptions of delivery in each church.  

 The quality of delivery varied, influenced by leaders’ themselves but also levels of literacy and adequacy of training.  For example, behaviour change techniques were taught well in one church, but less well others, interactive learning was encouraged in all churches but teaching more didactic in one.  Church and programme leaders and participants were positive about the programme and the 42 participants measured lost on average 1.9kg. 

We conclude that InZ is acceptable in SA, and has potential to contribute to tackling obesity.  Further adaptations to both the form and content are necessary before wider implementation. 

Evaluation of the Links Worker Programme in 'Deep End' Practices in Glasgow

NHS Health Scotland; August 2014-March 2017, led by Sally Wyke and Stewart Mercer.

The Links Worker Programme is a Scottish Government funded programme which aims to increase access to support for people living in the most deprived areas of Scotland. The Links Worker Programme uses a ‘social prescribing’ model (where patients are supported to access non-medical support and resources available in their communities), and a ‘Links Approach’, which engages the entire primary care team in developing the capacity to support people to live well in their community through enabling better access to information, knowledge, skills, relationships and resources.

We conducted an evaluation of the Links Worker Programme which found that it was implemented differently in different practice, with some fully integtrating links workers and links practices into the life of the practice and patient care and others only partically integrating them.  We also found that patients who saw the links practitioner on three or more occasions (45% of those referred) had significant improvements in overall quality of life, depression and anxiety and exercise levels. Patients who took saw the links practitioners more often were also more likely to take up and link with suggested community resources.

Long term weight loss trajectories in participants in a randomised controlled trial of a weight management and healthy lifestyle programme for men delivered through professional football clubs: the Football Fans in Training follow up 

National Institute for Health Research Public Health Programme, 2015-2016, Led by Cindy Gray; Co-Is including Sally Wyke

We developed and evaluated the highly successful Football Fans in Training (FFIT) programme to help overweight make lasting improvements to their weight, physical activity and diet. Our randomised controlled trial, also funded by NIHR Public Health Programme, showed it to be very successful; men were able to maintain weight loss, and changes to their physical activity and eating habits 12 months after baseline measurement. In this study we followed up men who started the programme in 2011 and those who started it in 2012 to see if the changes they had made were sustained 3.5 and 2.5 years after baseline measurement.   

We found there were significant sustained improvements in weight, self-reported physical activity and diet and that the FFIT programme continued to be highly cost effective.  

Social innovation to improve physical activity and sedentary behaviour through elite European football clubs: European Fans in Training (EuroFIT)

European Commission FP7, grant agreement no: 602170, 2013-2018.  PI:  Sally Wyke

EuroFIT is a social innovation project funded under the European Union’s Framework 7 Programme for Research and Innovation. Its core concept was to attract people to lifestyle change through their personal connection and loyalty to the professional football club they support. The EuroFIT programme specifically targeted overweight men and was designed to support men to become more physically active, reduce their sedentary time, and to maintain these changes to at least 12 months after baseline. Participants were also given the skills to improve their diet if they wanted to lose weight.

The men were recruited from the fan bases of fifteen clubs in the UK, the Netherlands, Portugal and Norway and the programme was delivered over 12 weeks by trained coaches in club stadia. The links with the clubs were effective in attracting and retaining men throughout the programme.

The EuroFIT programme consists of 12 sessions, each of which includes collective exercise (including walking football, stretching and warmup/warmdown), as well as learning skills to both initiate and maintain behavioural changes.

We conducted randomised control trial, with 1113 participants from across Europe. Overall, the results were very positive, with significant improvements in physical activity, in diet, BMI, well-being, vitality and biomarkers of health. EuroFIT did not succeed in reducing sedentary time but did find that the programme is cost effective in the long-term.

We also studies what was required to replicate the programme in clubs which were not receiving support from the EU in the context of a funded research project. We found that scale-up and scale-out are entirely feasible, but that a supportive funding source for delivery (to pay for coach training, materials, delivery and quality assurance) is a pre-requisite.


Supervision

Experience

I have supervised 23 PhD students, 21 to completion

Current supervision areas

  • Complex interventions to improve health and wellbeing
  • Supporting people with multiple long term conditions
  • Managing health and illness in the context of everyday life

Frederieke Peto

Building (de)fences - empowering farmers to take action on disease control, 2015 - present

Sharifa Abdulla

Culture, Community Arts and Health:  an integrated applied theatre approach to HIV and AIDs in Malawi, 2017 - present

 


Professional activities & recognition

Prizes, awards & distinctions

  • 2017: Distinguished International Affiliate, (American Society for Health Psychology)
  • 2014: Fellow (Royal Society of Edinburgh)
  • 2004: Honorary Fellow (Royal College of General Practitioners)

Grant committees & research advisory boards

  • 2016: Cancer Research UK, Population Research Committee Prevention Expert Review Panel
  • 2016: Research Council for Norway, Health, Care and Welfare Services Research Committee
  • 2008 - 2012: Cancer Research UK, Cancer Research UK’s population Health Committee
  • 2010 - 2015: Cancer Research UK, Co- chair, UK National Awareness and Early Diagnosis Initiative (NAEDI)
  • 2002 - 2008: National Institute for Health Research, SDO Commissioning Board

Research datasets

Jump to: 2019 | 2015
Number of items: 2.

2019

Draper, C., Tomaz, S., Zihindula, G., Bunn, C. , Gray, L. , Hunt, K. , Micklesfield, L. and Wyke, S. (2019) Development, feasibility, acceptability and potential effectiveness of a healthy lifestyle programme delivered in churches in urban and rural South Africa. [Data Collection]

2015

Wyke, S. , Hunt, K. , Gray, C., Bunn, C. and Hindle, E. (2015) Football fans in training (FFIT) research study. [Data Collection]

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