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Dr Cornelia Guell

Dr Cornelia Guell

Senior Lecturer (E&R)

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 Knowledge Spa 

 

University of Exeter Medical School, Knowledge Spa, Royal Cornwall Hospital, Truro, TR1 3HD

Overview

Dr Cornelia (Conny) Guell is the interim co-director of the European Centre for Environment and Human Health with Dr Ben Wheeler.

Her research addresses key planetary health priorities to create healthy, sustainable and socially just environments in both Global South and Global North settings with a focus particularly on food systems for better nutrition and healthy infrastructure to support physically active lives. Conny leads highly interdisciplinary international research teams across the social sciences, humanities, health and environmental sciences in Small Island Developing States as well as European settings and the UK funded by most major UK funders.

Conny is also Co-Director of the Exeter Medical School’s MSc in Environment and Human Health, and  designs and leads undergraduate and postgraduate modules and teaching on social contexts of health and the environment, global health, and qualitative research methods. She is external examiner for the University of Cambridge, the University of the West Indies and the University of the South Pacific.

Qualifications

  • 2022 ASPIRE Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
  • 2009 PhD Social Anthropology (University of Edinburgh)
  • 2006 MSc by Research Anthropology of Health and Illness (University of Edinburgh)
  • 2004 MSc Medical Anthropology (Brunel University)
  • 2003 MA Sociology and Social Anthropology (University of Heidelberg)

Research group links

Research

Research interests

Conny's research addresses key global challenges at the intersection of public health, sustainability and social justice, with a particular interest in food systems and healthy nutrition, and healthy infrastructure and physical activity. Her social theoretical scholarship aims to understand and address the complex interaction between systems transformation and behaviour change.

As a medical anthropologist, Conny's expertise lies in transdisciplinary research designs that focus on socio-cultural, historical and political-economic influences on health behaviour, and methods development for in-depth qualitative and participatory co-design and evaluation of complex interventions and natural experiments.

  • Methodological expertise:
    • Methods development of participatory, citizen-science approaches to the co-design and evaluation of complex interventions and public health policy;
    • In-depth ethnographic, policy and historical analysis of underlying socio-cultural contexts of drivers of non-communicable diseases;
    • Transdisciplinary research designs to co-develop novel research agendas across social sciences, humanities, health and environmental sciences;
    • Qualitative and mixed-method evidence synthesis

Research projects

NIHR Global Health Research Group on Community Food for Human Nutrition and Planetary Health in Small Islands (Global CFaH) £2,976,263. (Co-Investigator; August 2022-2026)

UKRI GCRF Collective Programme on Food Systems and Double Burden of Malnutrition, led by BBSRC with MRC and ESRC £1,005,527: Intervention co-creation to improve community-based food production and household nutrition in small island developing states (ICoFaN). (Co-Investigator; February 2020 – January 2023)

EU Horizon 2020 £540,480 (for UE): REGREEN - Fostering nature-based solutions for smart, green and healthy urban transitions in Europe and China (Co-Investigator; September 2019 – February 2023).

Selected previous grants:

UKRI GCRF Collective Programme on Cultures, Behaviours and Histories of Agriculture, Food, and Nutrition, led by AHRC £199,730: Transdisciplinary data assemblages for a socio-historical understanding of the formation of Caribbean foodscapes. (Principal Investigator; December 2019 – March 2022)

Academy of Medical Sciences Springboard Award (and Wellcome Trust) £49,902 [HOP001\1051]: Pooled qualitative analysis to develop a new social science approach to population strategies to promote active living (Principal Investigator; May 2017 - October 2022)

MRC-AHRC Global Public Health Partnership Award £185,735 [MR/R024324/1]: Historical and epidemiological transitions in urban Caribbean foodscapes: understanding the past to enhance future healthy eating (Principal Investigator; April 2018 - September 2019)

MRC Global Challenges Foundation Award £422,200 [MR/P025250/1]: Developing theory and methods for evaluating the impact of community food initiatives on NCD risk, social and economic wellbeing and the environment in LMICs (Co-Investigator; March 2017-February 2019)

2015    DFID/MRC/Wellcome Trust/ESRC health systems research initiative Trial Development Grant £104,621 [MR/N005384/1]: Development and evaluation of system dynamics methods to engage with policy makers on the prevention and control of diabetes in a middle income region (Co-Investigator).

2007    Wenner-Gren Dissertation Fieldwork Grant US$15,420 (Lead Applicant)

Publications

Key publications | Publications by category | Publications by year

Key publications


Guell C, Brown CR, Navunicagi OW, Iese V, Badrie N, Wairiu M, Saint Ville A, Unwin N, Community Food and Health (CFaH) team (2022). Perspectives on strengthening local food systems in Small Island Developing States. Food Secur, 14(5), 1227-1240. Abstract.  Author URL.
Le Gouais A, Foley L, Ogilvie D, Panter J, Guell C (2021). Sharing believable stories: a qualitative study exploring the relevance of case studies for influencing the creation of healthy environments. Health & Place, 71, 102615-102615.
Guell C, Brown CR, Iese V, Navunicagi O, Wairiu M, Unwin N (2021). “We used to get food from the garden.” Understanding changing practices of local food production and consumption in small island states. Social Science & Medicine, 284, 114214-114214.
Pollard TM, Guell C, Morris S (2020). Communal therapeutic mobility in group walking: a meta-ethnography. Social Science & Medicine, 262, 113241-113241.
Ogilvie D, Bauman A, Foley L, Guell C, Humphreys D, Panter J (2020). Making sense of the evidence in population health intervention research: Building a dry stone wall. BMJ Global Health, 5(12). Abstract.
Govia I, Guell C, Unwin N, Wadende P (2019). Air travel for global health: flying in the face of sustainable development?. LANCET, 394(10211), 1786-1788. Author URL.

Publications by category


Journal articles

Le Gouais A, Govia I, Guell C (In Press). Challenges for creating active living infrastructure in a middle-income country: a qualitative case study in Jamaica. Cities & Health
Haynes E, Garside R, Green J, Kelly MP, Thomas J, Guell C (In Press). Semi-automated text analytics for qualitative data synthesis. Research Synthesis Methods
Bartholomew L, Unwin N, Guell C, Bynoe K, Murphy MM (In Press). The role of social support in achieving weight loss in adults in the Caribbean aiming to achieve remission of type 2 diabetes: a cross-case analysis.  Abstract.
Proctor R, Guell C, Wyatt K, Williams AJ (In Press). What is the evidence base for integrating health and environmental approaches in the school context to nurture healthier and more environmentally aware young people? a systematic scoping review of global evidence. Health and Place
Faccioli M, Law C, Caine C, Berger N, Yan X, Weninger F, Guell C, Day B, Smith R, Bateman I, et al (2022). Combined carbon and health taxes outperform single-purpose information or fiscal measures in designing sustainable food policies. Nature Food, 3, 331-340. Abstract.
Guariguata L, Garcia L, Sobers N, Ferguson TS, Woodcock J, Samuels TA, Guell C, Unwin N (2022). Exploring ways to respond to rising obesity and diabetes in the Caribbean using a system dynamics model. PLOS Global Public Health, 2(5).
Hunter RF, Rodgers SE, Hilton J, Clarke M, Garcia L, Ward Thompson C, Geary R, Green MA, O'Neill C, Longo A, et al (2022). GroundsWell: Community-engaged and data-informed systems transformation of Urban Green and Blue Space for population health – a new initiative. Wellcome Open Research, 7, 237-237. Abstract.
Haynes E, Augustus E, Brown CR, Guell C, Iese V, Jia L, Morrissey K, Unwin N (2022). Interventions in Small Island Developing States to improve diet, with a focus on the consumption of local, nutritious foods: a systematic review. BMJ Nutrition Prevention & Health
Guell C, Brown CR, Navunicagi OW, Iese V, Badrie N, Wairiu M, Saint Ville A, Unwin N, Community Food and Health (CFaH) team (2022). Perspectives on strengthening local food systems in Small Island Developing States. Food Secur, 14(5), 1227-1240. Abstract.  Author URL.
Augustus E, Haynes E, Guell C, Morrissey K, Murphy MM, Halliday C, Jia L, Iese V, Anderson SG, Unwin N, et al (2022). The Impact of Nutrition-Based Interventions on Nutritional Status and Metabolic Health in Small Island Developing States: a Systematic Review and Narrative Synthesis. Nutrients, 14(17), 3529-3529. Abstract.
Iese V, Wairiu M, Hickey GM, Ugalde D, Hinge Salili D, Walenenea J, Tabe T, Keremama M, Teva C, Navunicagi O, et al (2021). Impacts of COVID-19 on agriculture and food systems in Pacific Island countries (PICs): Evidence from communities in Fiji and Solomon Islands. Agricultural Systems, 190 Abstract.
Le Gouais A, Foley L, Ogilvie D, Panter J, Guell C (2021). Sharing believable stories: a qualitative study exploring the relevance of case studies for influencing the creation of healthy environments. Health & Place, 71, 102615-102615.
Guariguata L, Unwin N, Garcia L, Woodcock J, Samuels TA, Guell C (2021). Systems science for developing policy to improve physical activity, the Caribbean. Bull World Health Organ, 99(10), 722-729. Abstract.  Author URL.
Guell C, Brown CR, Iese V, Navunicagi O, Wairiu M, Unwin N (2021). “We used to get food from the garden.” Understanding changing practices of local food production and consumption in small island states. Social Science & Medicine, 284, 114214-114214.
Jong ST, Croxson CHD, Guell C, Lawlor ER, Foubister C, Brown HE, Wells EK, Wilkinson P, Vignoles A, van Sluijs EMF, et al (2020). Adolescents' perspectives on a school-based physical activity intervention: a mixed method study. J Sport Health Sci, 9(1), 28-40. Abstract.  Author URL.
Pollard TM, Guell C, Morris S (2020). Communal therapeutic mobility in group walking: a meta-ethnography. Social Science & Medicine, 262, 113241-113241.
Haynes E, Bhagtani D, Iese V, Brown CR, Fesaitu J, Hambleton I, Badrie N, Kroll F, Guell C, Brugulat-Panes A, et al (2020). Food Sources and Dietary Quality in Small Island Developing States: Development of Methods and Policy Relevant Novel Survey Data from the Pacific and Caribbean. Nutrients, 12(11). Abstract.  Author URL.
Ogilvie D, Bauman A, Foley L, Guell C, Humphreys D, Panter J (2020). Making sense of the evidence in population health intervention research: Building a dry stone wall. BMJ Global Health, 5(12). Abstract.
Jong ST, Croxson CHD, Foubister C, Brown HE, Guell C, Lawlor ER, Wells EK, Wilkinson PO, Wilson ECF, van Sluijs EMF, et al (2020). Reach, Recruitment, Dose, and Intervention Fidelity of the GoActive School-Based Physical Activity Intervention in the UK: a Mixed-Methods Process Evaluation. Children, 7(11), 231-231. Abstract.
Govia I, Guell C, Unwin N, Wadende P (2019). Air travel for global health: flying in the face of sustainable development?. LANCET, 394(10211), 1786-1788. Author URL.
Panter J, Guell C, Humphreys D, Ogilvie D (2019). Can changing the physical environment promote walking and cycling? a systematic review of what works and how. Health and Place, 58
Hanson S, Gilbert D, Landy R, Okoli G, Guell C (2019). Cancer risk in socially marginalised women: an exploratory study. Social Science and Medicine, 220, 150-158. Abstract.
Le Gouais A, Foley L, Ogilvie D, Guell C (2019). Decision-making for active living infrastructure in new communities: a qualitative study in England. Journal of Public Health
Haynes E, Green J, Garside R, Kelly MP, Guell C (2019). Gender and active travel: a qualitative data synthesis informed by machine learning. Int J Behav Nutr Phys Act, 16(1). Abstract.  Author URL.
Morris S, Guell C, Pollard TM (2019). Group walking as a "lifeline": Understanding the place of outdoor walking groups in women's lives. Soc Sci Med, 238 Abstract.  Author URL.
Murphy M, Unwin N, Samuels AT, Hassell TA, Bishop L, Guell C (2018). Evaluating policy responses to noncommunicable diseases in seven Caribbean countries: challenges to addressing unhealthy diets and physical inactivity. Pan American Journal of Public Health, 42
Haynes E, Brown CR, Guell C, Wou C, Vogliano C, Unwin N (2018). Health and other impacts of community food production in Small Island Developing States: a systematic scoping review. Pan American Journal of Public Health, 42
Guell C, Whittle F, Ong KK, Lakshman R (2018). Towards Understanding How Social Factors Shaped a Behavioral Intervention on Healthier Infant Formula-Feeding. Qualitative Health Research Abstract.
Guell C, Panter J, Griffin S, Ogilvie D (2018). Towards co‐designing active ageing strategies: a qualitative study to develop a meaningful physical activity typology for later life. Health Expectations
Guell C, Mackett R, Ogilvie D (2017). Negotiating multisectoral evidence: a qualitative study of knowledge exchange at the intersection of transport and public health. BMC Public Health, 17(1).
Panter J, Guell C, Prins R, Ogilvie D (2017). Physical activity and the environment: conceptual review and framework for intervention research. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 14, 156-156.
Panter J, Guell C, Prins R, Ogilvie D (2016). Concepts and mechanisms linking environmental change with changes in physical activity: a systematic review. , 388(Special Issue), S85-S85.
Ogilvie D, Panter J, Guell C, Jones A, Mackett R, Griffin S (2016). Health impacts of the Cambridgeshire Guided Busway: a natural experimental study. Public Health Research, 4(1), 1-154.
Panter J, Guell C, Prins R, Ogilvie D (2016). OP22 Synthesising theoretical evidence on causal pathways by which changes to the environment may act to promote physical activity. Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health, 70(Suppl 1).
Ogilvie D, Panter J, Guell C, Jones A, Mackett R, Griffin S (2016). OP40 Health impacts of the Cambridgeshire Guided Busway: a natural experimental study. Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health, 70(Suppl 1).
Guell C, Mackett R, Ogilvie D (2016). P93 Negotiating evidence in uncertain times: a qualitative study of knowledge exchange in transport and health. Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health, 70(Suppl 1).
Panter J, Guell C, Ogilvie D (2016). Qualitative research can inform clinical practice. BMJ (Online), 352
Guariguata L, Guell C, Samuels TA, Rouwette EAJA, Woodcock J, Hambleton IR, Unwin N (2016). Systems Science for Caribbean Health: the development and piloting of a model for guiding policy on diabetes in the Caribbean. Health Research Policy and Systems, 14(1).
Unwin N, Samuels TA, Hassell T, Brownson RC, Guell C (2016). The Development of Public Policies to Address Non-communicable Diseases in the Caribbean Country of Barbados: the Importance of Problem Framing and Policy Entrepreneurs. International Journal of Health Policy and Management, 6(2), 71-82.
Hanson S, Guell C, Jones A (2016). Walking groups in socioeconomically deprived communities: a qualitative study using photo elicitation. Health & Place, 39, 26-33.
Guell C, Shefer G, Griffin S, Ogilvie D (2016). ‘Keeping your body and mind active’: an ethnographic study of aspirations for healthy ageing: Table 1. BMJ Open, 6(1), e009973-e009973.
Alvarado M, Murphy MM, Guell C (2015). Barriers and facilitators to physical activity amongst overweight and obese women in an Afro-Caribbean population: a qualitative study. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 12(1).
Guell C, Unwin N (2015). Barriers to diabetic foot care in a developing country with a high incidence of diabetes related amputations: an exploratory qualitative interview study. BMC Health Services Research, 15(1).
Sobers-Grannum N, Murphy MM, Nielsen A, Guell C, Samuels TA, Bishop L, Unwin N (2015). Female Gender is a Social Determinant of Diabetes in the Caribbean: a Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. PLOS ONE, 10(5), e0126799-e0126799.
Kesten JM, Guell C, Cohn S, Ogilvie D (2015). From the concrete to the intangible: understanding the diverse experiences and impacts of new transport infrastructure. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 12(1).
Christian T, Guell C (2015). Knowledge and Attitudes of Cervical Cancer Screening Among Caribbean Women: a Qualitative Interview Study from Barbados. Women & Health, 55(5), 566-579.
Keizer Beache S, Guell C (2015). Non-urgent accident and emergency department use as a socially shared custom: a qualitative study. Emergency Medicine Journal, 33(1), 47-51.
Granado MN, Guell C, Hambleton IR, Hennis AJM, Rose AMC (2013). Exploring breast cancer screening barriers among Barbadian women: a focus group study of mammography in a resource-constrained setting. Critical Public Health, 24(4), 429-444.
Barnett I, Guell C, Ogilvie D (2013). How do couples influence each other’s physical activity behaviours in retirement? an exploratory qualitative study. BMC Public Health, 13(1). Abstract.
Guell C, Ogilvie D (2013). Picturing commuting: photovoice and seeking well-being in everyday travel. Qualitative Research, 15(2), 201-218. Abstract.
Guell C, Panter J, Ogilvie D (2013). Walking and cycling to work despite reporting an unsupportive environment: insights from a mixed-method exploration of counterintuitive findings. BMC Public Health, 13(1).
Pollard TM, Guell C (2012). Assessing Physical Activity in Muslim Women of South Asian Origin. Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 9(7), 970-976. Abstract.
Goodman A, Guell C, Panter J, Jones NR, Ogilvie D (2012). Healthy travel and the socio-economic structure of car commuting in Cambridge, UK: a mixed-methods analysis. Social Science & Medicine, 74(12), 1929-1938.
Samuels TA, Guell C, Legetic B, Unwin N (2012). Policy initiatives, culture and the prevention and control of chronic non-communicable diseases (NCDs) in the Caribbean. Ethnicity & Health, 17(6), 631-649.
Guell C (2012). Self-Care at the Margins: Meals and Meters in Migrants’ Diabetes Tactics. Medical Anthropology Quarterly, 26(4), 518-533.
Barnett I, Guell C, Ogilvie D (2012). The experience of physical activity and the transition to retirement: a systematic review and integrative synthesis of qualitative and quantitative evidence. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 9(1). Abstract.
Guell C, Panter J, Jones NR, Ogilvie D (2012). Towards a differentiated understanding of active travel behaviour: Using social theory to explore everyday commuting. Social Science & Medicine, 75(1), 233-239.
Guell C (2011). Candi(e)d Action: Biosocialities of Turkish Berliners Living with Diabetes. Medical Anthropology Quarterly, 25(3), 377-394.
Guell C (2011). Diabetes management as a Turkish family affair: Chronic illness as a social experience. Annals of Human Biology, 38(4), 438-444.
Goodman A, Guell C, Panter J, Ogilvie D (2011). How and why do people commute by car? a mixed-methods investigation. , 65(Suppl 2), A9-A9. Abstract.
Ogilvie D, Griffin S, Jones A, Mackett R, Guell C, Panter J, Jones N, Cohn S, Yang L, Chapman C, et al (2010). Commuting and health in Cambridge: a study of a 'natural experiment' in the provision of new transport infrastructure. BMC Public Health, 10(1).
Guell C (2007). Painful Childhood: Children Living with Juvenile Arthritis. Qualitative Health Research, 17(7), 884-892.

Chapters

Unwin N, Guell C, Sobers-Grannum N, Nielsen A (2016). System dynamics modelling and finding solutions to the ‘wicked’ Public Health problem of preventing chronic diseases. In Neal ZP (Ed) Handbook of Applied System Science, Routledge. Abstract.

Conferences

Brugulat-Panés A, Martin-Pintado C, Augustus E, Iese V, Guell C, Foley L (2022). OP08 the value of adding ‘grey literature’ in evidence syntheses for global health: a contribution to equity-driven research. SSM Annual Scientific Meeting.
Guell C, Barnett-Naghshineh O, Warmington S, Altink H, Morrissey K, Smith MJ, Thurstan R, Unwin N, Govia I (2022). OP15 How can history be harnessed for understanding commercial determinants of health in Jamaica? a qualitative study of sugar-sweetened beverages. SSM Annual Scientific Meeting.
Augustus E, Murphy M, Guell C, Anderson S, Unwin N (2022). OP32 the impact of COVID-19 on local food production and food security in a small island developing state: a mixed method study. SSM Annual Scientific Meeting.
Augustus E, Whiteman S, Haynes E, Guell C, Ash C, Jia L, Morrissey K, Iese V, Murphy M, Anderson S, et al (2022). OP42 the impact of interventions aimed at improving nutritional status and metabolic health in small island developing states: a systematic review. SSM Annual Scientific Meeting.
Haynes E, Augustus E, Brown C, Guell C, Iese V, Jia L, Morrissey K, Unwin N (2022). OP77 the impact of interventions that adopt a local approach on diet in small island developing states: a systematic review. SSM Annual Scientific Meeting.
Ogilvie D, Bauman A, Foley L, Guell C, Humphreys D, Panter J (2021). P38 Making sense of the evidence in population health intervention research: building a dry stone wall. SSM Annual Scientific Meeting.
Haynes E, Bhagtani D, Guell C, Hambleton IR, Iese V, Fesaitu J, Benjamin-Neelon SE, Forouhi NG, Unwin N (2020). AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN SOCIO-DEMOGRAPHIC FACTORS, FOOD SOURCES AND DIETARY QUALITY IN SMALL ISLAND DEVELOPING STATES.  Author URL.
Haynes E, Green J, Garside R, Kelly MP, Guell C (2020). EXPLORING GENDERED ACTIVE TRAVEL BY POOLING AND SYNTHESISING QUALITATIVE STUDIES.  Author URL.
Guell C, Brown C, Iese V, Navunicagi O, Wairiu M, Unwin N (2020). UNDERSTANDING PRACTICES AND CHALLENGES OF (RE-)LOCALISING FOOD PRODUCTION AND CONSUMPTION IN SMALL ISLAND DEVELOPING STATES FOR BETTER NUTRITION: a QUALITATIVE MULTI-SITE STUDY.  Author URL.
Guell C, Altink H, Moore M, McMorris M, Morrissey K, Smith M, Unwin N, Williams A, Govia I (2019). AN INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDY OF HISTORICAL AND EPIDEMIOLOGICAL TRANSITIONS IN URBAN CARIBBEAN FOODSCAPES: UNDERSTANDING THE PAST TO ENHANCE FUTURE NUTRITION STRATEGIES.  Author URL.
Proctor R, Guell C, Wyatt K, Williams AJ (2019). WHAT IS THE EVIDENCE BASE FOR INTEGRATING HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL AGENDAS IN THE SCHOOL CONTEXT TO IMPROVE HEALTHY AND ENVIRONMENTALLY AWARE BEHAVIOURS? a SYSTEMATIC SCOPING REVIEW OF GLOBAL EVIDENCE.  Author URL.
Haynes E, Garside R, Green J, Kelly MP, Thomas J, Guell C (2018). APPLYING MACHINE LEARNING TO POOLED QUALITATIVE STUDIES ON ACTIVE TRAVEL: a METHOD TO UNCOVER UNANTICIPATED PATTERNS TO INFORM BEHAVIOUR CHANGE?.  Author URL.
Hanson S, Gilbert D, Landy R, Okoli G, Guell C (2018). CANCER PREVENTION IN VULNERABLE WOMEN: AN EXPLORATORY QUALITATIVE STUDY WITH WOMEN WHO HAVE EXPERIENCED DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND OFFENDING BEHAVIOURS.  Author URL.
Haynes E, Brown C, Wou C, Vogliano C, Guell C, Unwin N (2018). COMMUNITY FOOD PRODUCTION IN SMALL ISLAND DEVELOPING STATES: a SYSTEMATIC SCOPING REVIEW OF HEALTH, SOCIAL, ECONOMIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS.  Author URL.
Hanson S, Gilbert D, Landy R, Okoli G, Guell C (2018). Cancer, risk and decision making in vulnerable women: an exploratory study.  Author URL.
Panter J, Guell C, Humphreys D, Ogilvie D (2018). Effectiveness and mechanisms of environmental interventions to promote walking and cycling: what works and how?.  Author URL.
Le Gouais A, Guell C, Foley L, Ogilvie D (2018). Evidence and active urban environment: a qualitative study of how stakeholders in three English local authority areas use evidence in decision making for 'active living' infrastructure.  Author URL.
Haynes E, Garside R, Green J, Kelly MP, Ogilvie D, Thomas J, Guell C (2018). Pooling and synthesising qualitative datasets to develop a new social science approach to promote active living.  Author URL.
Pollard T, Morris S, Guell C (2018). Understanding women's participation in walking groups in deprived areas: an ethnographic approach.  Author URL.
Guell C, Unwin N, Samuels TA, Bishop L, Murphy MM (2017). DEVELOPING ROBUST METHODS FOR a LARGE SCALE, MULTI-SITE QUALITATIVE POLICY EVALUATION.  Author URL.
Murphy MM, Guell C, Samuels TA, Bishop L, Unwin N (2017). EVALUATING POLICY RESPONSES TO UPSTREAM DETERMINANTS OF CHRONIC, NON-COMMUNICABLE DISEASES: SUPPORTING HEALTHY DIETS AND ACTIVE LIVING IN SEVEN CARIBBEAN COUNTRIES.  Author URL.
Guariguata L, Guell C, Samuels TA, Rouwette EAJA, Woodcock J, Hambleton IR, Unwin N (2017). OP73 Systems science for caribbean health: the development of a system dynamics model for guiding policy on diabetes in a resource limited setting.
Guell C, Murphy MM, Samuels TA, Bishop L, Unwin N (2017). OP74 Understanding the process of developing and implementing chronic disease policies in the caribbean region: a qualitative policy analysis.
Guell C, Unwin N, Samuels TA, Bishop L, Murphy MM (2017). P88 Developing robust methods for a large scale, multi-site qualitative policy evaluation.
Guariguata L, Guell C, Samuels TA, Rouwette EAJA, Woodcock J, Hambleton IR, Unwin N (2017). SYSTEMS SCIENCE FOR CARIBBEAN HEALTH: THE DEVELOPMENT OF a SYSTEM DYNAMICS MODEL FOR GUIDING POLICY ON DIABETES IN a RESOURCE LIMITED SETTING.  Author URL.
Guell C, Murphy MM, Samuels TA, Bishop L, Unwin N (2017). UNDERSTANDING THE PROCESS OF DEVELOPING AND IMPLEMENTING CHRONIC DISEASE POLICIES IN THE CARIBBEAN REGION: a QUALITATIVE POLICY ANALYSIS.  Author URL.
Guell C, Griffin S, Ogilvie D (2016). Ideal types of activeness in later life and implication for promoting physical activity: an ethnographic study. Society for Social Medicine, 60th Annual Scientific Meeting. 14th - 16th Sep 2016. Abstract.
Guell C, Mackett R, Ogilvie D (2016). Negotiating multisectoral evidence: a qualitative study of knowledge exchange in transport and public health. Public Health Science.  Abstract.
Sobers Grannum NP, Murphy M, Nielsen A, Guell C, Samuels TA, Bishop L, Unwin N (2015). Health inequities in diabetes, its risk factors, and adverse outcomes in populations living in the Caribbean: a systematic review. Caribbean Public Health Agency: 60th Annual Scientific Meeting.  Abstract.
Barnett I, Ogilvie D, Guell C (2011). Physical activity and the transition to retirement: a mixed-method systematic review.
Barnett I, Guell C, Ogilvie D (2011). Physical activity and the transition to retirement: a mixed-method systematic review. Society for Social Medicine 55th Annual Scientific Meeting. 14th - 16th Sep 2011. Abstract.

Publications by year


In Press

Le Gouais A, Govia I, Guell C (In Press). Challenges for creating active living infrastructure in a middle-income country: a qualitative case study in Jamaica. Cities & Health
Bartholomew L, Unwin N, Guell C, Murphy MM (In Press). Keeping on target during a low-calorie diet: the experiences of participants in a type 2 diabetes reversal pilot.  Abstract.
Haynes E, Garside R, Green J, Kelly MP, Thomas J, Guell C (In Press). Semi-automated text analytics for qualitative data synthesis. Research Synthesis Methods
Bartholomew L, Unwin N, Guell C, Bynoe K, Murphy MM (In Press). The role of social support in achieving weight loss in adults in the Caribbean aiming to achieve remission of type 2 diabetes: a cross-case analysis.  Abstract.
Proctor R, Guell C, Wyatt K, Williams AJ (In Press). What is the evidence base for integrating health and environmental approaches in the school context to nurture healthier and more environmentally aware young people? a systematic scoping review of global evidence. Health and Place

2022

Faccioli M, Law C, Caine C, Berger N, Yan X, Weninger F, Guell C, Day B, Smith R, Bateman I, et al (2022). Combined carbon and health taxes outperform single-purpose information or fiscal measures in designing sustainable food policies. Nature Food, 3, 331-340. Abstract.
Guariguata L, Garcia L, Sobers N, Ferguson TS, Woodcock J, Samuels TA, Guell C, Unwin N (2022). Exploring ways to respond to rising obesity and diabetes in the Caribbean using a system dynamics model. PLOS Global Public Health, 2(5).
Hunter RF, Rodgers SE, Hilton J, Clarke M, Garcia L, Ward Thompson C, Geary R, Green MA, O'Neill C, Longo A, et al (2022). GroundsWell: Community-engaged and data-informed systems transformation of Urban Green and Blue Space for population health – a new initiative. Wellcome Open Research, 7, 237-237. Abstract.
Proctor R (2022). Healthy Green Schools: Investigating how schools can nurture healthier and more environmentally aware young people.  Abstract.
Haynes E, Augustus E, Brown CR, Guell C, Iese V, Jia L, Morrissey K, Unwin N (2022). Interventions in Small Island Developing States to improve diet, with a focus on the consumption of local, nutritious foods: a systematic review. BMJ Nutrition Prevention & Health
Brugulat-Panés A, Martin-Pintado C, Augustus E, Iese V, Guell C, Foley L (2022). OP08 the value of adding ‘grey literature’ in evidence syntheses for global health: a contribution to equity-driven research. SSM Annual Scientific Meeting.
Guell C, Barnett-Naghshineh O, Warmington S, Altink H, Morrissey K, Smith MJ, Thurstan R, Unwin N, Govia I (2022). OP15 How can history be harnessed for understanding commercial determinants of health in Jamaica? a qualitative study of sugar-sweetened beverages. SSM Annual Scientific Meeting.
Augustus E, Murphy M, Guell C, Anderson S, Unwin N (2022). OP32 the impact of COVID-19 on local food production and food security in a small island developing state: a mixed method study. SSM Annual Scientific Meeting.
Augustus E, Whiteman S, Haynes E, Guell C, Ash C, Jia L, Morrissey K, Iese V, Murphy M, Anderson S, et al (2022). OP42 the impact of interventions aimed at improving nutritional status and metabolic health in small island developing states: a systematic review. SSM Annual Scientific Meeting.
Haynes E, Augustus E, Brown C, Guell C, Iese V, Jia L, Morrissey K, Unwin N (2022). OP77 the impact of interventions that adopt a local approach on diet in small island developing states: a systematic review. SSM Annual Scientific Meeting.
Guell C, Brown CR, Navunicagi OW, Iese V, Badrie N, Wairiu M, Saint Ville A, Unwin N, Community Food and Health (CFaH) team (2022). Perspectives on strengthening local food systems in Small Island Developing States. Food Secur, 14(5), 1227-1240. Abstract.  Author URL.
Augustus E, Haynes E, Guell C, Morrissey K, Murphy MM, Halliday C, Jia L, Iese V, Anderson SG, Unwin N, et al (2022). The Impact of Nutrition-Based Interventions on Nutritional Status and Metabolic Health in Small Island Developing States: a Systematic Review and Narrative Synthesis. Nutrients, 14(17), 3529-3529. Abstract.

2021

Iese V, Wairiu M, Hickey GM, Ugalde D, Hinge Salili D, Walenenea J, Tabe T, Keremama M, Teva C, Navunicagi O, et al (2021). Impacts of COVID-19 on agriculture and food systems in Pacific Island countries (PICs): Evidence from communities in Fiji and Solomon Islands. Agricultural Systems, 190 Abstract.
Ogilvie D, Bauman A, Foley L, Guell C, Humphreys D, Panter J (2021). P38 Making sense of the evidence in population health intervention research: building a dry stone wall. SSM Annual Scientific Meeting.
Le Gouais A, Foley L, Ogilvie D, Panter J, Guell C (2021). Sharing believable stories: a qualitative study exploring the relevance of case studies for influencing the creation of healthy environments. Health & Place, 71, 102615-102615.
Guariguata L, Unwin N, Garcia L, Woodcock J, Samuels TA, Guell C (2021). Systems science for developing policy to improve physical activity, the Caribbean. Bull World Health Organ, 99(10), 722-729. Abstract.  Author URL.
Guell C, Brown CR, Iese V, Navunicagi O, Wairiu M, Unwin N (2021). “We used to get food from the garden.” Understanding changing practices of local food production and consumption in small island states. Social Science & Medicine, 284, 114214-114214.

2020

Haynes E, Bhagtani D, Guell C, Hambleton IR, Iese V, Fesaitu J, Benjamin-Neelon SE, Forouhi NG, Unwin N (2020). AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN SOCIO-DEMOGRAPHIC FACTORS, FOOD SOURCES AND DIETARY QUALITY IN SMALL ISLAND DEVELOPING STATES.  Author URL.
Jong ST, Croxson CHD, Guell C, Lawlor ER, Foubister C, Brown HE, Wells EK, Wilkinson P, Vignoles A, van Sluijs EMF, et al (2020). Adolescents' perspectives on a school-based physical activity intervention: a mixed method study. J Sport Health Sci, 9(1), 28-40. Abstract.  Author URL.
Pollard TM, Guell C, Morris S (2020). Communal therapeutic mobility in group walking: a meta-ethnography. Social Science & Medicine, 262, 113241-113241.
Haynes E, Green J, Garside R, Kelly MP, Guell C (2020). EXPLORING GENDERED ACTIVE TRAVEL BY POOLING AND SYNTHESISING QUALITATIVE STUDIES.  Author URL.
Haynes E, Bhagtani D, Iese V, Brown CR, Fesaitu J, Hambleton I, Badrie N, Kroll F, Guell C, Brugulat-Panes A, et al (2020). Food Sources and Dietary Quality in Small Island Developing States: Development of Methods and Policy Relevant Novel Survey Data from the Pacific and Caribbean. Nutrients, 12(11). Abstract.  Author URL.
Ogilvie D, Bauman A, Foley L, Guell C, Humphreys D, Panter J (2020). Making sense of the evidence in population health intervention research: Building a dry stone wall. BMJ Global Health, 5(12). Abstract.
Jong ST, Croxson CHD, Foubister C, Brown HE, Guell C, Lawlor ER, Wells EK, Wilkinson PO, Wilson ECF, van Sluijs EMF, et al (2020). Reach, Recruitment, Dose, and Intervention Fidelity of the GoActive School-Based Physical Activity Intervention in the UK: a Mixed-Methods Process Evaluation. Children, 7(11), 231-231. Abstract.
Guell C, Brown C, Iese V, Navunicagi O, Wairiu M, Unwin N (2020). UNDERSTANDING PRACTICES AND CHALLENGES OF (RE-)LOCALISING FOOD PRODUCTION AND CONSUMPTION IN SMALL ISLAND DEVELOPING STATES FOR BETTER NUTRITION: a QUALITATIVE MULTI-SITE STUDY.  Author URL.

2019

Guell C, Altink H, Moore M, McMorris M, Morrissey K, Smith M, Unwin N, Williams A, Govia I (2019). AN INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDY OF HISTORICAL AND EPIDEMIOLOGICAL TRANSITIONS IN URBAN CARIBBEAN FOODSCAPES: UNDERSTANDING THE PAST TO ENHANCE FUTURE NUTRITION STRATEGIES.  Author URL.
Govia I, Guell C, Unwin N, Wadende P (2019). Air travel for global health: flying in the face of sustainable development?. LANCET, 394(10211), 1786-1788. Author URL.
Panter J, Guell C, Humphreys D, Ogilvie D (2019). Can changing the physical environment promote walking and cycling? a systematic review of what works and how. Health and Place, 58
Hanson S, Gilbert D, Landy R, Okoli G, Guell C (2019). Cancer risk in socially marginalised women: an exploratory study. Social Science and Medicine, 220, 150-158. Abstract.
Le Gouais A, Foley L, Ogilvie D, Guell C (2019). Decision-making for active living infrastructure in new communities: a qualitative study in England. Journal of Public Health
Haynes E, Green J, Garside R, Kelly MP, Guell C (2019). Gender and active travel: a qualitative data synthesis informed by machine learning. Int J Behav Nutr Phys Act, 16(1). Abstract.  Author URL.
Morris S, Guell C, Pollard TM (2019). Group walking as a "lifeline": Understanding the place of outdoor walking groups in women's lives. Soc Sci Med, 238 Abstract.  Author URL.
Proctor R, Guell C, Wyatt K, Williams AJ (2019). WHAT IS THE EVIDENCE BASE FOR INTEGRATING HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL AGENDAS IN THE SCHOOL CONTEXT TO IMPROVE HEALTHY AND ENVIRONMENTALLY AWARE BEHAVIOURS? a SYSTEMATIC SCOPING REVIEW OF GLOBAL EVIDENCE.  Author URL.

2018

Haynes E, Garside R, Green J, Kelly MP, Thomas J, Guell C (2018). APPLYING MACHINE LEARNING TO POOLED QUALITATIVE STUDIES ON ACTIVE TRAVEL: a METHOD TO UNCOVER UNANTICIPATED PATTERNS TO INFORM BEHAVIOUR CHANGE?.  Author URL.
Hanson S, Gilbert D, Landy R, Okoli G, Guell C (2018). CANCER PREVENTION IN VULNERABLE WOMEN: AN EXPLORATORY QUALITATIVE STUDY WITH WOMEN WHO HAVE EXPERIENCED DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND OFFENDING BEHAVIOURS.  Author URL.
Haynes E, Brown C, Wou C, Vogliano C, Guell C, Unwin N (2018). COMMUNITY FOOD PRODUCTION IN SMALL ISLAND DEVELOPING STATES: a SYSTEMATIC SCOPING REVIEW OF HEALTH, SOCIAL, ECONOMIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS.  Author URL.
Hanson S, Gilbert D, Landy R, Okoli G, Guell C (2018). Cancer, risk and decision making in vulnerable women: an exploratory study.  Author URL.
Panter J, Guell C, Humphreys D, Ogilvie D (2018). Effectiveness and mechanisms of environmental interventions to promote walking and cycling: what works and how?.  Author URL.
Murphy M, Unwin N, Samuels AT, Hassell TA, Bishop L, Guell C (2018). Evaluating policy responses to noncommunicable diseases in seven Caribbean countries: challenges to addressing unhealthy diets and physical inactivity. Pan American Journal of Public Health, 42
Le Gouais A, Guell C, Foley L, Ogilvie D (2018). Evidence and active urban environment: a qualitative study of how stakeholders in three English local authority areas use evidence in decision making for 'active living' infrastructure.  Author URL.
Haynes E, Brown CR, Guell C, Wou C, Vogliano C, Unwin N (2018). Health and other impacts of community food production in Small Island Developing States: a systematic scoping review. Pan American Journal of Public Health, 42
Haynes E, Garside R, Green J, Kelly MP, Ogilvie D, Thomas J, Guell C (2018). Pooling and synthesising qualitative datasets to develop a new social science approach to promote active living.  Author URL.
Guell C, Whittle F, Ong KK, Lakshman R (2018). Towards Understanding How Social Factors Shaped a Behavioral Intervention on Healthier Infant Formula-Feeding. Qualitative Health Research Abstract.
Guell C, Panter J, Griffin S, Ogilvie D (2018). Towards co‐designing active ageing strategies: a qualitative study to develop a meaningful physical activity typology for later life. Health Expectations
Pollard T, Morris S, Guell C (2018). Understanding women's participation in walking groups in deprived areas: an ethnographic approach.  Author URL.

2017

Guell C, Unwin N, Samuels TA, Bishop L, Murphy MM (2017). DEVELOPING ROBUST METHODS FOR a LARGE SCALE, MULTI-SITE QUALITATIVE POLICY EVALUATION.  Author URL.
Murphy MM, Guell C, Samuels TA, Bishop L, Unwin N (2017). EVALUATING POLICY RESPONSES TO UPSTREAM DETERMINANTS OF CHRONIC, NON-COMMUNICABLE DISEASES: SUPPORTING HEALTHY DIETS AND ACTIVE LIVING IN SEVEN CARIBBEAN COUNTRIES.  Author URL.
Guell C, Mackett R, Ogilvie D (2017). Negotiating multisectoral evidence: a qualitative study of knowledge exchange at the intersection of transport and public health. BMC Public Health, 17(1).
Guariguata L, Guell C, Samuels TA, Rouwette EAJA, Woodcock J, Hambleton IR, Unwin N (2017). OP73 Systems science for caribbean health: the development of a system dynamics model for guiding policy on diabetes in a resource limited setting.
Guell C, Murphy MM, Samuels TA, Bishop L, Unwin N (2017). OP74 Understanding the process of developing and implementing chronic disease policies in the caribbean region: a qualitative policy analysis.
Guell C, Unwin N, Samuels TA, Bishop L, Murphy MM (2017). P88 Developing robust methods for a large scale, multi-site qualitative policy evaluation.
Panter J, Guell C, Prins R, Ogilvie D (2017). Physical activity and the environment: conceptual review and framework for intervention research. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 14, 156-156.
Guariguata L, Guell C, Samuels TA, Rouwette EAJA, Woodcock J, Hambleton IR, Unwin N (2017). SYSTEMS SCIENCE FOR CARIBBEAN HEALTH: THE DEVELOPMENT OF a SYSTEM DYNAMICS MODEL FOR GUIDING POLICY ON DIABETES IN a RESOURCE LIMITED SETTING.  Author URL.
Guell C, Murphy MM, Samuels TA, Bishop L, Unwin N (2017). UNDERSTANDING THE PROCESS OF DEVELOPING AND IMPLEMENTING CHRONIC DISEASE POLICIES IN THE CARIBBEAN REGION: a QUALITATIVE POLICY ANALYSIS.  Author URL.

2016

Panter J, Guell C, Prins R, Ogilvie D (2016). Concepts and mechanisms linking environmental change with changes in physical activity: a systematic review. , 388(Special Issue), S85-S85.
Ogilvie D, Panter J, Guell C, Jones A, Mackett R, Griffin S (2016). Health impacts of the Cambridgeshire Guided Busway: a natural experimental study. Public Health Research, 4(1), 1-154.
Guell C, Griffin S, Ogilvie D (2016). Ideal types of activeness in later life and implication for promoting physical activity: an ethnographic study. Society for Social Medicine, 60th Annual Scientific Meeting. 14th - 16th Sep 2016. Abstract.
Guell C, Mackett R, Ogilvie D (2016). Negotiating multisectoral evidence: a qualitative study of knowledge exchange in transport and public health. Public Health Science.  Abstract.
Panter J, Guell C, Prins R, Ogilvie D (2016). OP22 Synthesising theoretical evidence on causal pathways by which changes to the environment may act to promote physical activity. Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health, 70(Suppl 1).
Ogilvie D, Panter J, Guell C, Jones A, Mackett R, Griffin S (2016). OP40 Health impacts of the Cambridgeshire Guided Busway: a natural experimental study. Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health, 70(Suppl 1).
Guell C, Mackett R, Ogilvie D (2016). P93 Negotiating evidence in uncertain times: a qualitative study of knowledge exchange in transport and health. Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health, 70(Suppl 1).
Panter J, Guell C, Ogilvie D (2016). Qualitative research can inform clinical practice. BMJ (Online), 352
Unwin N, Guell C, Sobers-Grannum N, Nielsen A (2016). System dynamics modelling and finding solutions to the ‘wicked’ Public Health problem of preventing chronic diseases. In Neal ZP (Ed) Handbook of Applied System Science, Routledge. Abstract.
Guariguata L, Guell C, Samuels TA, Rouwette EAJA, Woodcock J, Hambleton IR, Unwin N (2016). Systems Science for Caribbean Health: the development and piloting of a model for guiding policy on diabetes in the Caribbean. Health Research Policy and Systems, 14(1).
Unwin N, Samuels TA, Hassell T, Brownson RC, Guell C (2016). The Development of Public Policies to Address Non-communicable Diseases in the Caribbean Country of Barbados: the Importance of Problem Framing and Policy Entrepreneurs. International Journal of Health Policy and Management, 6(2), 71-82.
Hanson S, Guell C, Jones A (2016). Walking groups in socioeconomically deprived communities: a qualitative study using photo elicitation. Health & Place, 39, 26-33.
Guell C, Shefer G, Griffin S, Ogilvie D (2016). ‘Keeping your body and mind active’: an ethnographic study of aspirations for healthy ageing: Table 1. BMJ Open, 6(1), e009973-e009973.

2015

Alvarado M, Murphy MM, Guell C (2015). Barriers and facilitators to physical activity amongst overweight and obese women in an Afro-Caribbean population: a qualitative study. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 12(1).
Guell C, Unwin N (2015). Barriers to diabetic foot care in a developing country with a high incidence of diabetes related amputations: an exploratory qualitative interview study. BMC Health Services Research, 15(1).
Sobers-Grannum N, Murphy MM, Nielsen A, Guell C, Samuels TA, Bishop L, Unwin N (2015). Female Gender is a Social Determinant of Diabetes in the Caribbean: a Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. PLOS ONE, 10(5), e0126799-e0126799.
Kesten JM, Guell C, Cohn S, Ogilvie D (2015). From the concrete to the intangible: understanding the diverse experiences and impacts of new transport infrastructure. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 12(1).
Sobers Grannum NP, Murphy M, Nielsen A, Guell C, Samuels TA, Bishop L, Unwin N (2015). Health inequities in diabetes, its risk factors, and adverse outcomes in populations living in the Caribbean: a systematic review. Caribbean Public Health Agency: 60th Annual Scientific Meeting.  Abstract.
Christian T, Guell C (2015). Knowledge and Attitudes of Cervical Cancer Screening Among Caribbean Women: a Qualitative Interview Study from Barbados. Women & Health, 55(5), 566-579.
Keizer Beache S, Guell C (2015). Non-urgent accident and emergency department use as a socially shared custom: a qualitative study. Emergency Medicine Journal, 33(1), 47-51.

2013

Granado MN, Guell C, Hambleton IR, Hennis AJM, Rose AMC (2013). Exploring breast cancer screening barriers among Barbadian women: a focus group study of mammography in a resource-constrained setting. Critical Public Health, 24(4), 429-444.
Barnett I, Guell C, Ogilvie D (2013). How do couples influence each other’s physical activity behaviours in retirement? an exploratory qualitative study. BMC Public Health, 13(1). Abstract.
Guell C, Ogilvie D (2013). Picturing commuting: photovoice and seeking well-being in everyday travel. Qualitative Research, 15(2), 201-218. Abstract.
Guell C, Panter J, Ogilvie D (2013). Walking and cycling to work despite reporting an unsupportive environment: insights from a mixed-method exploration of counterintuitive findings. BMC Public Health, 13(1).

2012

Pollard TM, Guell C (2012). Assessing Physical Activity in Muslim Women of South Asian Origin. Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 9(7), 970-976. Abstract.
Goodman A, Guell C, Panter J, Jones NR, Ogilvie D (2012). Healthy travel and the socio-economic structure of car commuting in Cambridge, UK: a mixed-methods analysis. Social Science & Medicine, 74(12), 1929-1938.
Samuels TA, Guell C, Legetic B, Unwin N (2012). Policy initiatives, culture and the prevention and control of chronic non-communicable diseases (NCDs) in the Caribbean. Ethnicity & Health, 17(6), 631-649.
Guell C (2012). Self-Care at the Margins: Meals and Meters in Migrants’ Diabetes Tactics. Medical Anthropology Quarterly, 26(4), 518-533.
Barnett I, Guell C, Ogilvie D (2012). The experience of physical activity and the transition to retirement: a systematic review and integrative synthesis of qualitative and quantitative evidence. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 9(1). Abstract.
Guell C, Panter J, Jones NR, Ogilvie D (2012). Towards a differentiated understanding of active travel behaviour: Using social theory to explore everyday commuting. Social Science & Medicine, 75(1), 233-239.

2011

Guell C (2011). Candi(e)d Action: Biosocialities of Turkish Berliners Living with Diabetes. Medical Anthropology Quarterly, 25(3), 377-394.
Guell C (2011). Diabetes management as a Turkish family affair: Chronic illness as a social experience. Annals of Human Biology, 38(4), 438-444.
Goodman A, Guell C, Panter J, Ogilvie D (2011). How and why do people commute by car? a mixed-methods investigation. , 65(Suppl 2), A9-A9. Abstract.
Barnett I, Ogilvie D, Guell C (2011). Physical activity and the transition to retirement: a mixed-method systematic review.
Barnett I, Guell C, Ogilvie D (2011). Physical activity and the transition to retirement: a mixed-method systematic review. Society for Social Medicine 55th Annual Scientific Meeting. 14th - 16th Sep 2011. Abstract.

2010

Ogilvie D, Griffin S, Jones A, Mackett R, Guell C, Panter J, Jones N, Cohn S, Yang L, Chapman C, et al (2010). Commuting and health in Cambridge: a study of a 'natural experiment' in the provision of new transport infrastructure. BMC Public Health, 10(1).

2007

Guell C (2007). Painful Childhood: Children Living with Juvenile Arthritis. Qualitative Health Research, 17(7), 884-892.

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