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Understanding barriers to purchasing healthier, more sustainable food for people living with obesity and food insecurity. (2023)
Working Paper
STONE, R.A., CHRISTIANSEN, P., JOHNSTONE, A.M., BROWN, A., DOUGLAS, F. and HARDMAN, C.A. 2023. Understanding barriers to purchasing healthier, more sustainable food for people living with obesity and food insecurity. OSFPreprints [online]. Available from: https://doi.org/10.31219/osf.io/3xe7w

In westernised countries, food insecurity (FI), poorer diet quality, and obesity are disproportionately represented in groups experiencing socio-economic disadvantage. Grocery stores are one promising arena for intervention; however how these setting... Read More about Understanding barriers to purchasing healthier, more sustainable food for people living with obesity and food insecurity..

Serious mental health diagnoses in children on the child protection register: a record linkage study. (2023)
Working Paper
BALL, W.P., ANDERSON, C., BLACK, C., GORDON, S., LACKENBY, M., MURCHIE, M., OSTROVSKA, B., O'SULLIVAN, K., ROWLANDS, H., RZEWUSKA DÍAZ, M. and BUTLER, J.E. 2023. Serious mental health diagnoses in children on the child protection register: a record linkage study. Hosted on medRxiv [online]. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1101/2023.10.13.23296488

Children with experience of maltreatment, abuse or neglect are known to have a higher prevalence of poor mental health. Child Protection Services identify children most at risk of harm and in need of intervention. Mental healthcare usage in this popu... Read More about Serious mental health diagnoses in children on the child protection register: a record linkage study..

The clinically extremely vulnerable to COVID: identification and changes in healthcare while self-isolating (shielding) during the coronavirus pandemic. (2021)
Working Paper
BUTLER, J.E., NATH, M., BLANA, D., BALL, W.P., BEECH, N., BLACK, C., OSLER, G., PAYTRIGNET, S., WILDE, K., WOZNIAK, A. and SAWHNEY, S. 2021. The clinically extremely vulnerable to COVID: identification and changes in healthcare while self-isolating (shielding) during the coronavirus pandemic. Hosted on medRxiv [online]. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1101/2021.09.09.21263026

In March 2020, the government of Scotland identified people deemed clinically extremely vulnerable to COVID due to their pre-existing health conditions. These people were advised to strictly self-isolate (shield) at the start of the pandemic, except... Read More about The clinically extremely vulnerable to COVID: identification and changes in healthcare while self-isolating (shielding) during the coronavirus pandemic..