Affiliation: University of Edinburgh
- Covert observation in practice: lessons from the evaluation of the prohibition of smoking in public places in ScotlandMark Petticrew
MRC Social and Public Health Sciences Unit, Glasgow, UK
BMC Public Health 7:204. 2007..A workshop was therefore convened to identify practical lessons learned so far from the Scottish evaluation...
- Public places after smoke-free--a qualitative exploration of the changes in smoking behaviourDeborah Ritchie
UK Centre for Tobacco Control Studies, Nursing Studies, School of Health in Social Science, University of Edinburgh, UK
Health Place 16:461-9. 2010..Pre-legislation differences in the communities appeared to influence the extent of these changes. Cultural and social contexts are important in shaping smoking behaviours and locating change within public places...
- One size fits all? A process evaluation--the turn of the 'story' in smoking cessationD Ritchie
School of Health in Social Science, University of Edinburgh, Teviot Place, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
Public Health 121:341-8. 2007....
- "But it just has that sort of feel about it, a leper"--stigma, smoke-free legislation and public healthDeborah Ritchie
School of Health in Social Science, University of Edinburgh, Teviot Place, Edinburgh EH8 9AG, UK
Nicotine Tob Res 12:622-9. 2010..Relatively little consideration has been given to the potentially negative, albeit unintended, consequences of smoke-free policies within different social and cultural contexts, in particular the increased stigmatization of smokers...
- 'People pull the rug from under your feet': barriers to successful public health programmesDeborah Ritchie
Nursing Studies, School of Health in Social Science, University of Edinburgh, UK
BMC Public Health 8:173. 2008....
- Action to achieve smoke-free homes: an exploration of experts' viewsDeborah Ritchie
Nursing Studies, School of Health in Social Science, University of Edinburgh, Medical School, Teviot Place, Edinburgh, UK
BMC Public Health 9:112. 2009..Drawing on findings from a qualitative Scottish study, this paper identifies key issues and challenges that need to be considered when developing action to promote smoke-free homes at the national and local level...
- Issues of participation, ownership and empowerment in a community development programme: tackling smoking in a low-income area in ScotlandDeborah Ritchie
Department of Sociology, Queen Margaret University College, Edinburgh, UK
Health Promot Int 19:51-9. 2004..In addition, the different understandings raise questions about the appropriateness and viability of utilizing community development approaches in this context...
- Smoking in the home after the smoke-free legislation in Scotland: qualitative studyRichard Phillips
Public Health Sciences, Division of Community Health Sciences, University of Edinburgh, Medical School, Edinburgh EH8 9AG
BMJ 335:553. 2007....
- The re-shaping of the life-world: male British Bangladeshi smokers and the English smoke-free legislationGill Highet
Centre for Population Health Sciences, University of Edinburgh, GP Section, 20 West Richmond Street, Edinburgh, EH8 9DX, UK
Ethn Health 16:519-33. 2011..To explore how male Bangladeshi smokers adapted to the English smoke-free legislation...
- Smoking cessation for older people: neither too little nor too lateNeneh Rowa-Dewar
Center for Population Health Science, University of Edinburg
Br J Community Nurs 15:578-82. 2010..In this article the authors acknowledge and challenge these concerns to encourage community nurses to embed smoking cessation in their daily practice with older people...
- Parenting support for families with young children - a public health, user-focused study undertaken in a semi-rural area of ScotlandRhona Hogg
dinburgh Health Services Research Unit, NHS Lothian, Edinburgh, UK
J Clin Nurs 22:1140-50. 2013..To work with parents and public health nurses (health visitors), to identify and design a range of public health interventions to provide support to parents of young children...
- "It's Easy to Get Fags": A Qualitative Study of Disadvantaged Young People's Perspectives on Cigarette Availability and AccessThomas Tjelta
UKCTAS, Usher Institute of Population Health Sciences and Informatics, University of Edinburgh, Medical School, Edinburgh, UK
Nicotine Tob Res . 2016..Reducing young people's access to cigarettes is a key element of smoking prevention policies. This article explores how young people source cigarettes following the increase in the UK minimum age of sale from 16 to 18 years...