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 Harriet Hunt

Harriet Hunt

Research Fellow in Evidence Synthesis and Test Evaluation

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 South Cloisters 309

 

South Cloisters, University of Exeter, St Luke's Campus, Heavitree Road, Exeter, EX1 2LU, UK

Overview

I am a Research Fellow in Evidence Synthesis and Test Evaluation with the Evidence Synthesis Team within the Institute of Health Research. I'm currently working on the ICON project with PenCRU and a number of external partners. This research aims to describe current clinical practice in the NHS for improving continence of children and young people with special educational needs and disability, and to summarise evidence for interventions. This will allow us to make recommendations for future research and practice.

I have recently completed an NIHR RfPB-funded project investigating Parent-to-Parent Support Interventions for Parents of Babies Cared for Neonatal units (PaReNt project). In this project we worked alongside parents of babies with experience of neonatal care, and having their voice at every stage of the research enriched the project substantially. I learned a great deal from our co-researchers in how to carry out meaningful shared research, how to communicate with a range of audiences and making evidence useful for different groups, particuarly those beyond standard academic paths.

I am at the end of a PhD looking at the accuracy of using brief cognitive assessments (such as the Mini Mental State Exam) when used to identify dementia in general practice with support from the National Institute for Health Research Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care South West Peninsula (PenCLAHRC). My principal supervisor is Professor Chris Hyde, and I’m supported by Dr Mark Pearson and Dr David Llewellyn as co-supervisors. At the beginning of my PhD I convened a group of 8 advisors and experts to help make sure my work has 'real world' relevance. This 'Project Advisory Group' (Yemisi Takwoingi, Nick Cartmell, Rupert McShane, Anne-Marie Boylan, Willie Hamilton, Ian McKeith, Teresa Dyer and Malcolm Turner) were generous and unstinting in their support, and enriched my experience immeasurably.

I'm an experienced researcher with particular interests in the use of evidence and how medical tests are used in the real world. I joined the Medical School in 2009 as part of the Public Health Evidence research group conducting public health reviews for the Centre for Public Health Excellence at NICE on topics such as reducing obesity, injury in childhood and smoking cessation. I have used theory-led approaches across a number of these topics and conducted realist synthesis to investigate avoiding acute hospital admissions, funded by the NIHR Service and Delivery Organisation (now Health Services and Delivery Research).

I'm a member of the Exeter Test Group and I help to run Exeter Test Club, a monthly seminar for anyone to attend who has an interest in medical tests and test evaluation.

I was first author of a diagnostic test accuracy review looking at different devices for identifying trauma induced coagulopathy in adult trauma patients, produced with the Cochrane Injuries Group and published in the Cochrane Library. Previous projects have included reviews of prognostic factors for iron deficiency in blood donors, a realist review of intermediate care, and policy guidance reviews on obesity prevention for NICE.

I have recently contributed to guidance development on reporting standards in diagnostic test accuracy as part of the PRISMA-DTA Working Group (PRISMA-DTA statement here: http://www.prisma-statement.org/Extensions/DTA).

I teach undergraduates on the University of Exeter Medical School BMBS Medicine - Clinical Decision Making and Making Sense of Evidence modules, and graduates on the MSc in Health Services Research - Evidence Synthesis module. I carry out peer reviewing for the Cochrane Diagnostic Test Accuracy Review Unit within the Cochrane Collaboration and a large number of peer reviewed journals such as the BMJ and Systematic Reviews.

Research specialisms:

  • systematic reviews and meta-analysis 
  • evaluating medical tests
  • public engagement
  • research coproduction with diverse groups
  • theory-driven evidence synthesis
  • testing for dementia
  • realist synthesis

 

Qualifications

  • MSc (Open University, 2009) Psychological Research Methods

  • BSc Dual Hons (Keele, 2001) Psychology and Criminology

 

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Research

Research interests

I’m particularly interested in how test information is understood; working alongside Professor Chris Hyde has provided an education in test evaluation and associated knotty issues. At Exeter we have a number of highly expert researchers within the Exeter Test Group, taking collaborative and cross-disciplinary approaches which allows test research to cut across the traditional topical and methods boundaries, working with groups including the Exeter Collaboration for Primary Care (APEx), Clinical Epidemiology, the Cancer Diagnosis group (DISCO), and the NIHR Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care in the South West Peninsula (PenCLAHRC).

I am also interested by the practical application of diagnostic test data. I teach part of the Clinical Decision Making course for our undergraduate medical students, and am keen to explore how ‘useable’ diagnostic information is for medics and non-medics, and how this usefulness might be improved. I am interested in the impact of false positive and false negative test results on the people who use this data, e.g. medical practitioners, patients and carers. Tests are used for various reasons such as screening, guiding therapy and predicting how a disease might progress. Prognosis is a developing area, and with Chris Hyde our investigations are also looking at the possible added prognostic value of some diagnostic tests.

Currently the reporting of diagnostic test accuracy data is under scrutiny, and along with Zhivko Zhelev and colleagues from the University of Birmingham Medical School and the University of Amsterdam Medical Centre we are looking at how study designs might be better reported in the research literature.

Research projects

I'm currently working on the ICON project with PenCRU and a number of external partners. This research aims to describe current clinical practice in the NHS for improving continence of children and young people with special educational needs and disability, and to summarise evidence for interventions. This will allow us to make recommendations for future research and practice.

I have recently completed an NIHR RfPB-funded project investigating Parent-to-Parent Support Interventions for Parents of Babies Cared for Neonatal units (PaReNt project). In this project we worked alongside parents of babies with experience of neonatal care, and having their voice at every stage of the research enriched the project substantially. I learned a great deal from our co-researchers in how to carry out meaningful shared research, how to communicate with a range of audiences and making evidence useful for different groups, particuarly those beyond standard academic paths.

I have recently completed PhD research looking at the accuracy of using brief cognitive assessments (or 'pen and paper' tests) when used to identify dementia in general practice supported by the National Institute for Health Research Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care South West Peninsula (PenCLAHRC).

I was lead researcher of a diagnostic test accuracy review Thromboelastography (TEG) and rotational thromboelastometry (ROTEM) for trauma-induced coagulopathy in adult trauma patients with bleeding with the Cochrane Injuries Group, published in the Cochrane Library and working with colleagues at the University of Exeter, National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Oxford Biomedical Research Centre (Oxford), John Radcliffe Hospital, NHS Blood & Transplant (Oxford), Churchill Hospital, Oxford Haemophilia & Thrombosis Centre and the Royal Centre for Defence Medicine ICT Centre, Department of Military Anaesthesia and Critical Care in Birmingham, UK.

I have also been working with colleagues at John Radcliffe Hospital, NHS Blood & Transplant, Oxford, and the Department of Public Health and Primary Care, University of Cambridge on a diagnostic test accuracy review of tests of haemoglobin levels in blood donors (protocol CRD42014005179 published on PROSPERO).

Research networks

GW4 Network (Bristol, Bath, Exeter and Cardiff Universities); Alzheimer's Research UK South West Hub; Sociology of Diagnosis network, PRISMA-DTA network group.

Research grants

  • 2016 University of Exeter Doctoral College
    The University of Exeter Doctoral College Postdoctoral Research Awards (Santander award)
  • 2014 University of Exeter
    Researcher-led Initiative - Developing research capacity by increasing the knowledge and skills of researchers involved in diagnostic accuracy research
  • 2014 RCUK Newton Fund
    The Department for Business, Innovation & Skills (BIS South Central & West) Newton Fund - £49, 531: to delivery health technology assessment teaching at the National Institute of Infectious Diseases Evandro Chagas, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  • 2013 University of Exeter Medical School
    Translational Medicine Discretionary Fund - Initiative to support and develop ideas for systematic reviews of dementia for University of Exeter researchers

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Publications

Key publications | Publications by category | Publications by year

Key publications


Hunt H, Whear R, Boddy K, Wakely L, Bethel A, Morris C, Abbott R, Prosser S, Collinson A, Kurinczuk J, et al (In Press). Parent-to-parent support interventions for parents of babies cared for in a neonatal unit-protocol of a systematic review of qualitative and quantitative evidence. Syst Rev, 7(1). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Hunt HA, Hyde CJ (2017). An overview of systematic reviews summarising the accuracy of brief cognitive assessments for identifying dementia in primary care. Methods for Evaluating Medical Tests and Biomarkers. 19th - 20th Jul 2016. Abstract.  Full text.
Pearson M, Hunt HA, Cooper C, Shepperd S, Pawson R, Anderson R (2015). Providing effective and preferred care closer to home: a realist review of intermediate care. Health and Social Care in the Community, 2(23). Full text.

Publications by category


Journal articles

Hunt H, Pollock A, Campbell P, Estcourt L, Brunton G (In Press). An introduction to overviews of reviews: planning a relevant research question and objective for an overview. Syst Rev, 7(1). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Hunt H, Whear R, Boddy K, Wakely L, Bethel A, Morris C, Abbott R, Prosser S, Collinson A, Kurinczuk J, et al (In Press). Parent-to-parent support interventions for parents of babies cared for in a neonatal unit-protocol of a systematic review of qualitative and quantitative evidence. Syst Rev, 7(1). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Hunt H, Abbott R, Boddy K, Whear R, Wakely L, Bethel A, Morris C, Prosser S, Collinson A, Kurinczuk J, et al (2019). “They've walked the walk”: a systematic review of quantitative and qualitative evidence for parent-to-parent support for parents of babies in neonatal care. Journal of Neonatal Nursing, 25(4), 166-176. Abstract.  Full text.
McInnes MDF, Moher D, Thombs BD, McGrath TA, Bossuyt PM, Clifford T, Cohen JF, Deeks JJ, Gatsonis C, Hooft L, et al (2018). Preferred Reporting Items for a Systematic Review and Meta-analysis of Diagnostic Test Accuracy Studies the PRISMA-DTA Statement. JAMA - Journal of the American Medical Association, 319(4), 388-396. Abstract.  Full text.
Pollock A, Campbell P, Brunton G, Hunt HA, Estcourt L (2017). Selecting and implementing overview methods: implications from five exemplar overviews. Systematic Reviews, 6(1), 145-163. Abstract.  Full text.
Hunt HA, Van Kampen S, Takwoingi Y, Llewellyn DJ, Pearson M, Hyde CJ (2017). The comparative diagnostic accuracy of the Mini Mental State Examination (MMSE) and the General Practitioner assessment of Cognition (GPCOG) for identifying dementia in primary care: a systematic review protocol. Diagnostic and Prognostic Research, 1, 1-6. Full text.
Pearson M, Hunt HA, Cooper C, Shepperd S, Pawson R, Anderson R (2015). Providing effective and preferred care closer to home: a realist review of intermediate care. Health and Social Care in the Community, 2(23). Full text.
Hunt HA, Stanworth S, Curry N, Wolley T, Cooper C, Ukoumunne O, Zhelev Z, Hyde C (2015). Thromboelastography (TEG) and rotational thromboelastometry (ROTEM) for trauma-induced coagulopathy in adult trauma patients with bleeding. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2015(2). Full text.
Hunt HA, Hyde CJ, Stanworth S, Curry N, Perel P, Woolley T, Cooper C, Ukoumunne O (2013). Thromboelastography (TEG) and thromboelastometry (ROTEM) for trauma-induced coagulopathy in adult trauma patients with bleeding [Protocol]. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2013 Full text.
Pearson M, Hunt H, Garside R, Moxham T, Peters J, Anderson R (2012). Preventing unintentional injuries to children under 15 years in the outdoors: a systematic review of the effectiveness of educational programs. Inj Prev, 18(2), 113-123. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Peason MN, Hunt HA, Garside R, Moxham T, Peters J, Anderson R (2011). Preventing unintentional injuries to children under 15 years in the outdoors: a systematic review of the effectiveness of educational programs. Inj Prev, 2(18). Abstract.  Author URL.

Conferences

Hunt HA, Hyde CJ (2017). An overview of systematic reviews summarising the accuracy of brief cognitive assessments for identifying dementia in primary care. Methods for Evaluating Medical Tests and Biomarkers. 19th - 20th Jul 2016. Abstract.  Full text.
Hunt HA (2017). Testing times for dementia: How long do brief cognitive assessments actually take to carry out?. University of Exeter Academic Research Event. 11th - 12th May 2017. Abstract.
Hunt HA (2016). Cochrane overviews of reviews: exploring the methods and challenges. An overview of systematic reviews of diagnostic test accuracy (workshop). Cochrane UK & Ireland Symposium 2016: Impact, Innovation and Ingenuity. 15th - 16th Mar 2016.
Hunt HA (2016). How can primary care support a more effective route to dementia diagnosis?. University of Exeter Medical School Academic Research Event. 18th - 20th May 2016. Abstract.
Hunt HA, Hyde CJ (2016). Overview (de)generation: a. review of reviews on the. diagnostic accuracy of. brief cognitive assessments for identifying dementia in primary care. 24th Cochrane Colloquium. 23rd - 27th Oct 2016. Abstract.
Hunt HA (2015). Constructing an overview of systematic reviews of diagnostic test accuracy. 23rd Cochrane Colloquium. 3rd - 7th Oct 2015. Abstract.
Hyde CJ, Hunt HA (2015). Test evaluation and decision making – what further information is needed? (workshop). 23rd Cochrane Colloquium. 3rd - 7th Oct 2015. Abstract.
Hunt HA, Hardwick RJ (2013). An analysis of theory building in realist synthesis: perspectives from the literature. 21st Cochrane Colloquium 2013.
Hunt HA, Hyde CJ, Ukoumunne O, Cooper C (2013). Identifying uncontrolled haemorrhage after trauma. University of Exeter Medical School Medical and Health Research Showcase 2013.
Hunt HA, Hyde CJ, Pearson M (2013). Realist synthesis – what is it and how could it add value to the diagnosis of dementia in primary care?. Methods for Evaluating Medical Tests and Biomarkers Symposium 2013.
Zhelev Z, Hunt HA, Hyde CJ (2013). The reporting of research design of diagnostic test accuracy (DTA) studies in the abstracts in major medical journals. Methods for Evaluating Medical Tests and Biomarkers Symposium 15th – 16th July 2013; Birmingham, UK.
Zhelev Z, Hunt HA, Hyde CJ (2013). The reporting of research design of diagnostic test accuracy (DTA) studies in the abstracts in major medical journals. Methods for Evaluating Medical Tests and Biomarkers Symposium.
Zhelev Z, Hunt H, Hyde CJ (2013). Using QUADAS-2 in systematic reviews of Diagnostic Test Accuracy (DTA) studies: Survey of users’ experience. 21st Cochrane Colloquium 2013.
Pearson MN, Hunt HA, Anderson R (2012). Assessing the quality of sources in a systematic review of implementation: Reflections from a realist review. 12th Annual Colloquium of the Campbell Collaboration 2012 29th – 31st May; Copenhagen, Denmark.
Pearson MN, Hunt HA, Cooper C, Shepherd S, Pawson R, Anderson R (2012). Moving care closer to home through intermediate care: a realist review of what works for whom and why. Delivering better health services: Health Services Research Network Symposium 2012; 19th & 20th June; Manchester, UK.
Hunt H, Pearson M, Cooper C, Shepperd S, Pawson R, Anderson R (2012). Moving care closer to home through intermediate care: developing a conceptual framework. Health Services Research Network Symposium 2012.

Reports

Garside R, Pearson M, Hunt HA, Moxham T, Anderson R (In Press). Identifying the key elements and interactions of a whole system approach to obesity prevention. NICE Centre for Public Health Excellence, NICE. Abstract.  Author URL.
Pearson M, Hunt H, Cooper C, Shepperd S, Pawson R, Anderson R (2013). Intermediate care: a realist review and conceptual framework. Final report. NIHR Service Delivery and Organisation Programme, NIHR Service Delivery and Organisation Programme.
Hunt HA, Anderson R, Coelho HF, Garside R, Bayliss S, Fry-Smith A (2012). Preventing obesity: the effectiveness of whole system approaches. NICE Programme Development Group, NICE. Author URL.  Full text.
Hunt HA, Anderson R, Garside R, Coelho HF, Bayliss S, Fry-Smith A (2012). Preventing obesity: the effectiveness of whole system approaches. NICE Centre for Public Health Excellence, NICE. 126 pages.  Abstract.  Author URL.
Pearson M, Hunt H, Cooper C, Shepperd S, Pawson R, Anderson R (2012). The effective and cost-effective use of intermediate, step-down, hospital at home and other forms of community care as an alternative to acute inpatient care: a realist review., NIHR. Author URL.
Hunt H, Anderson R (2011). Whole system approaches to obesity prevention case studies: Analysis of documentary evidence from three localities – Sheffield, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and Barking & Dagenham.
Garside R, Pearson M, Hunt H, Moxham T, R A (2010). Preventing obesity using a ‘whole system’ at local and community level: Identifying the key elements and interactions of a whole system approach to obesity prevention. Author URL.
Pearson M, Hunt H, Garside R, Moxham T, Peters J, R A (2010). Preventing unintentional injuries among under-15s: outdoor play and leisure – systematic review of effectiveness of educational interventions. Author URL.

Publications by year


In Press

Hunt H, Pollock A, Campbell P, Estcourt L, Brunton G (In Press). An introduction to overviews of reviews: planning a relevant research question and objective for an overview. Syst Rev, 7(1). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Garside R, Pearson M, Hunt HA, Moxham T, Anderson R (In Press). Identifying the key elements and interactions of a whole system approach to obesity prevention. NICE Centre for Public Health Excellence, NICE. Abstract.  Author URL.
Hunt H, Whear R, Boddy K, Wakely L, Bethel A, Morris C, Abbott R, Prosser S, Collinson A, Kurinczuk J, et al (In Press). Parent-to-parent support interventions for parents of babies cared for in a neonatal unit-protocol of a systematic review of qualitative and quantitative evidence. Syst Rev, 7(1). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.

2019

Hunt H, Abbott R, Boddy K, Whear R, Wakely L, Bethel A, Morris C, Prosser S, Collinson A, Kurinczuk J, et al (2019). “They've walked the walk”: a systematic review of quantitative and qualitative evidence for parent-to-parent support for parents of babies in neonatal care. Journal of Neonatal Nursing, 25(4), 166-176. Abstract.  Full text.

2018

McInnes MDF, Moher D, Thombs BD, McGrath TA, Bossuyt PM, Clifford T, Cohen JF, Deeks JJ, Gatsonis C, Hooft L, et al (2018). Preferred Reporting Items for a Systematic Review and Meta-analysis of Diagnostic Test Accuracy Studies the PRISMA-DTA Statement. JAMA - Journal of the American Medical Association, 319(4), 388-396. Abstract.  Full text.

2017

Hunt HA, Hyde CJ (2017). An overview of systematic reviews summarising the accuracy of brief cognitive assessments for identifying dementia in primary care. Methods for Evaluating Medical Tests and Biomarkers. 19th - 20th Jul 2016. Abstract.  Full text.
Pollock A, Campbell P, Brunton G, Hunt HA, Estcourt L (2017). Selecting and implementing overview methods: implications from five exemplar overviews. Systematic Reviews, 6(1), 145-163. Abstract.  Full text.
Hunt HA (2017). Testing times for dementia: How long do brief cognitive assessments actually take to carry out?. University of Exeter Academic Research Event. 11th - 12th May 2017. Abstract.
Hunt HA, Van Kampen S, Takwoingi Y, Llewellyn DJ, Pearson M, Hyde CJ (2017). The comparative diagnostic accuracy of the Mini Mental State Examination (MMSE) and the General Practitioner assessment of Cognition (GPCOG) for identifying dementia in primary care: a systematic review protocol. Diagnostic and Prognostic Research, 1, 1-6. Full text.

2016

Hunt HA (2016). Cochrane overviews of reviews: exploring the methods and challenges. An overview of systematic reviews of diagnostic test accuracy (workshop). Cochrane UK & Ireland Symposium 2016: Impact, Innovation and Ingenuity. 15th - 16th Mar 2016.
Hunt HA (2016). How can primary care support a more effective route to dementia diagnosis?. University of Exeter Medical School Academic Research Event. 18th - 20th May 2016. Abstract.
Hunt HA, Hyde CJ (2016). Overview (de)generation: a. review of reviews on the. diagnostic accuracy of. brief cognitive assessments for identifying dementia in primary care. 24th Cochrane Colloquium. 23rd - 27th Oct 2016. Abstract.

2015

Hunt HA (2015). Constructing an overview of systematic reviews of diagnostic test accuracy. 23rd Cochrane Colloquium. 3rd - 7th Oct 2015. Abstract.
Pearson M, Hunt HA, Cooper C, Shepperd S, Pawson R, Anderson R (2015). Providing effective and preferred care closer to home: a realist review of intermediate care. Health and Social Care in the Community, 2(23). Full text.
Hyde CJ, Hunt HA (2015). Test evaluation and decision making – what further information is needed? (workshop). 23rd Cochrane Colloquium. 3rd - 7th Oct 2015. Abstract.
Hunt HA, Stanworth S, Curry N, Wolley T, Cooper C, Ukoumunne O, Zhelev Z, Hyde C (2015). Thromboelastography (TEG) and rotational thromboelastometry (ROTEM) for trauma-induced coagulopathy in adult trauma patients with bleeding. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2015(2). Full text.

2013

Hunt HA, Hardwick RJ (2013). An analysis of theory building in realist synthesis: perspectives from the literature. 21st Cochrane Colloquium 2013.
Hunt HA, Hyde CJ, Ukoumunne O, Cooper C (2013). Identifying uncontrolled haemorrhage after trauma. University of Exeter Medical School Medical and Health Research Showcase 2013.
Pearson M, Hunt H, Cooper C, Shepperd S, Pawson R, Anderson R (2013). Intermediate care: a realist review and conceptual framework. Final report. NIHR Service Delivery and Organisation Programme, NIHR Service Delivery and Organisation Programme.
Hunt HA, Hyde CJ, Pearson M (2013). Realist synthesis – what is it and how could it add value to the diagnosis of dementia in primary care?. Methods for Evaluating Medical Tests and Biomarkers Symposium 2013.
Zhelev Z, Hunt HA, Hyde CJ (2013). The reporting of research design of diagnostic test accuracy (DTA) studies in the abstracts in major medical journals. Methods for Evaluating Medical Tests and Biomarkers Symposium 15th – 16th July 2013; Birmingham, UK.
Zhelev Z, Hunt HA, Hyde CJ (2013). The reporting of research design of diagnostic test accuracy (DTA) studies in the abstracts in major medical journals. Methods for Evaluating Medical Tests and Biomarkers Symposium.
Hunt HA, Hyde CJ, Stanworth S, Curry N, Perel P, Woolley T, Cooper C, Ukoumunne O (2013). Thromboelastography (TEG) and thromboelastometry (ROTEM) for trauma-induced coagulopathy in adult trauma patients with bleeding [Protocol]. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2013 Full text.
Zhelev Z, Hunt H, Hyde CJ (2013). Using QUADAS-2 in systematic reviews of Diagnostic Test Accuracy (DTA) studies: Survey of users’ experience. 21st Cochrane Colloquium 2013.

2012

Pearson M, Hunt HA, Anderson R (2012). Assessing the quality of sources in a systematic review of implementation: Reflections from a realist review.
Pearson MN, Hunt HA, Anderson R (2012). Assessing the quality of sources in a systematic review of implementation: Reflections from a realist review. 12th Annual Colloquium of the Campbell Collaboration 2012 29th – 31st May; Copenhagen, Denmark.
Pearson MN, Hunt HA, Cooper C, Shepherd S, Pawson R, Anderson R (2012). Moving care closer to home through intermediate care: a realist review of what works for whom and why. Delivering better health services: Health Services Research Network Symposium 2012; 19th & 20th June; Manchester, UK.
Pearson P, Hunt HA, Cooper C, Shepperd S, Pawson R, Anderson R (2012). Moving care closer to home through intermediate care: a realist review of what works for whom and why.
Hunt H, Pearson M, Cooper C, Shepperd S, Pawson R, Anderson R (2012). Moving care closer to home through intermediate care: developing a conceptual framework. Health Services Research Network Symposium 2012.
Hunt HA, Pearson P, Cooper C, Shepperd S, Pawson R, Anderson R (2012). Moving care closer to home through intermediate care: developing a conceptual framework.
Hunt HA, Anderson R, Coelho HF, Garside R, Bayliss S, Fry-Smith A (2012). Preventing obesity: the effectiveness of whole system approaches. NICE Programme Development Group, NICE. Author URL.  Full text.
Hunt HA, Anderson R, Garside R, Coelho HF, Bayliss S, Fry-Smith A (2012). Preventing obesity: the effectiveness of whole system approaches. NICE Centre for Public Health Excellence, NICE. 126 pages.  Abstract.  Author URL.
Pearson M, Hunt H, Garside R, Moxham T, Peters J, Anderson R (2012). Preventing unintentional injuries to children under 15 years in the outdoors: a systematic review of the effectiveness of educational programs. Inj Prev, 18(2), 113-123. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Pearson M, Hunt H, Cooper C, Shepperd S, Pawson R, Anderson R (2012). The effective and cost-effective use of intermediate, step-down, hospital at home and other forms of community care as an alternative to acute inpatient care: a realist review., NIHR. Author URL.

2011

Peason MN, Hunt HA, Garside R, Moxham T, Peters J, Anderson R (2011). Preventing unintentional injuries to children under 15 years in the outdoors: a systematic review of the effectiveness of educational programs. Inj Prev, 2(18). Abstract.  Author URL.
Hunt H, Anderson R (2011). Whole system approaches to obesity prevention case studies: Analysis of documentary evidence from three localities – Sheffield, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and Barking & Dagenham.

2010

Garside R, Pearson M, Hunt H, Moxham T, R A (2010). Preventing obesity using a ‘whole system’ at local and community level: Identifying the key elements and interactions of a whole system approach to obesity prevention. Author URL.
Pearson M, Hunt H, Garside R, Moxham T, Peters J, R A (2010). Preventing unintentional injuries among under-15s: outdoor play and leisure – systematic review of effectiveness of educational interventions. Author URL.

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