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Reconceptualising public acceptability: A study of the ways people respond to policies aimed to reduce alcohol consumption (SAGE Publications, 2015-03-13)The issue of public acceptability of health policies is key if they are to have significant and lasting impact. This study, based on focus groups conducted in England, examines the ways people responded to, and made sense ...
Effects of changes in the economic environment on diet- and physical activity related behaviours and corollary outcomes: a large-scale scoping review. (Behaviour and Health Research Unit, Institute of Public Health, University of Cambridge, 2013-04)Changing the economic environment has some potential to influence patterns of diet and physical activity and thereby improve population health and reduce inequalities. We conducted a systematic scoping review to identify ...
Altering choice architecture to change population health behaviour: a large-scale conceptual and empirical scoping review of interventions within micro-environments. (Behaviour and Health Research Unit, Institute of Public Health, University of Cambridge, 2013-12)There is considerable public policy interest in choice architecture, an approach that involves altering features of physical or social environments to change behaviour. To date there has been no systematic attempt to clarify ...