Wendy T Lawrence
Affiliation: University of Southampton
- 'Making every contact count': Evaluation of the impact of an intervention to train health and social care practitioners in skills to support health behaviour changeWendy Lawrence
MRC LEU, University of Southampton, UK
J Health Psychol 21:138-51. 2016..Because it uses existing services to deliver support for behaviour change, this training intervention has the potential to improve public health at relatively low cost. ..
- A mixed-methods investigation to explore how women living in disadvantaged areas might be supported to improve their dietsWendy Lawrence
University of Southampton, UK
J Health Psychol 17:785-98. 2012..However, staff often missed opportunities to support women to make dietary changes. These data suggest that an intervention to help staff make the most of these opportunities would have the best chance of success...
- Smoking during pregnancy: where next for stage-based interventions?Wendy T Lawrence
University of Southampton, Hampshire, UK
J Health Psychol 12:159-69. 2007..This article reviews the literature to ascertain these components and makes recommendations for designing effective interventions...
- A review of factors affecting the food choices of disadvantaged womenW Lawrence
Food Choice Group, University of Southampton, Southampton General Hospital, Southampton, UK
Proc Nutr Soc 68:189-94. 2009..These interrelated factors all influence food choice, suggesting that if the diets of disadvantaged women are to be improved, it will be necessary to do more than simply educate about the link between diet and health...
- Specific psychological variables predict quality of diet in women of lower, but not higher, educational attainmentWendy Lawrence
MRC Lifecourse Epidemiology Unit, University of Southampton, Southampton General Hospital, Southampton SO16 6YD, UK
Appetite 56:46-52. 2011..Our analysis confirms our hypothesis that control-related factors are more important in determining dietary quality in women of lower educational attainment than in women of higher educational attainment...
- Lasting impressions: influence of the initial hospital consultation for chronic pelvic pain on dimensions of patient satisfaction at follow-upR William Stones
School of Medicine, University of Southampton, Southampton, UK
J Psychosom Res 60:163-7. 2006..Research suggests that elements of the initial hospital consultation influence clinical outcome. This study aimed to identify the dimensions through which initial consultations were subsequently recalled at follow-up...