Registered Practicing Psychologist Health and Care Professions Council (PYL29182) Chartered Psychologist and Fellow (British Psychological Society, (no 011030).
I joined the Open University as Professor of Psychology & Health (part time) in April 2016.
I have undertaken research concerned with improving health and health services since undertaking my PhD as a clinical psychologist on the psychological preparation of women for laparoscopic surgery for infertility and sterilisation in the late 1970s. I practiced as clinical psychologist in the West Midlands, mainly in acute general hospitals and community disability and primary care services.I transferred into General Management under a senior leadership scheme at the Kings Fund, and undertook management posts in South and East Birmingham.
I was appointed to be CEO of The Horton General Hospital, and completed this role in 1998. As a result of undertaking the OU MBA to support my work as a CEO, I became an OU tutor on the Creative Management course for 3 years.
During my career as a full time clinician and manager, I undertook applied research, supervised Clinical and Health Psychology postgraduates, held research grants and published from research. I was active in establishing the first British Psychological Society special interest group (now Division) of Health Psychology, and later served on the DCP committee. In 1998 I was appointed to Coventry University as full time research professor f psychology & health. I set up my own research group, which soon became the largest research centre in the University, submitting to the RAE 2008 and REF 2014. Some 45% of the publications and 2 of the 3 case studies were from my group in the UOA 3 submission of the University, achieving joint fifth ranking with 94% of publications at international or national excellence. My research focusses on the development and evaluation of complex health behaviour change interventions, and improving the organisation of health services, using mixed methods.
I have been a Board Non Executive Director on IIP UK (limited) 1997-2000.I was on NICE's Partners Council (199-2002), Board West Midlands Perinatal Institute (2006-9), West Midlands HIEC (2010-12). 2002 I have continuously served on NHS Primary Care Trust Boards, and currently I serve on Oxfordshire CCG.
Since June 2016 I am a Lay Assessor for the General Dental Council's Fitness to Practice Panels. I am am a Lay Adjudicator for Social Work England. I am a trustee of the UK Public Health Register. I was Consultant Senior Scientific Adviser to the National Institutes of Health (NIHR) Health Services & Delivery Research Programme (205-2019). I authored a themed review on heakth and care services for people with learning disabilities fir NIHR's Dissemination Centre.(2019-2020).
Health Behaviour Interventions:Using systematic methods, such as Interventin Mapping, and psychlogical theories, I develop and evaluate inteventions, many on digital platforms, in relation to breastfeeding, sexual health and contraception, diet and exercise interventions, self management of long term conditions, shared decision-making in cancer consultations. Interventions may be delivered to the patient/family/public, or to health service clinicians, e.g. by new on line knowledge and self efficacy for practice assessment methods, psychometric attitude scales, and on line learning content using psychological theories to optimise learning.
Health Service Interventions: Complex organisational interventions focussed on management of organisational culture, patient safety, board governance and commissioning for quality. Current studies include baby lead feeding in NICU, patient safety in NICU, services for older people with learning disabilities, end of life advanced care planning for people from ethnic minorities.
The various breastfeeding and neonatal unit mother centred practices learning objects and training assessment methods are used to enhance clinicians.
Interventions developed through research are in use in the NHS and in the USA.
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|Co-investigator||01 Sep 2021||31 Aug 2023||MRC Medical Research Council|
Promoting resilience and wellbeing through co-design (PRIDE): The Pride Rainbow Toolkit Project has three main objectives: 1) To co-design a media rich “online rainbow wellbeing” toolkit with LGBTQ+ adolescents, and experts in psycho-social coping strategies as well as public health leaders (e.g. commissioners of services, experts on bullying prevention, therapists and police, teachers and youth workers); 2) To explore how the online toolkit can be used within UK public health systems by LGBTQ+ youth themselves, and by community organisations and professionals who would benefit from use of the online toolkit (e.g. as continuing professional development/CPD); and, 3) To plan the delivery of the intervention and determine the design and measures for a future effectiveness study as well as further implementation of the toolkit. Project website: https://healthwellbeing.kmi.open.ac.uk/related-projects/httphealthwellbeing-kmi-open-ac-ukrelated-projectsthe-internet-and-rainbow-young-people-how-can-online-resources-better-support-wellbeing/
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|Lead||01 May 2021||30 Sep 2021||NIHR National Institute for Health Research|
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|Lead||01 Feb 2021||31 Jan 2023||NIHR National Institute for Health Research|
In this study we will update the Cochrane review of trials “Support for healthy breastfeeding mothers with healthy term babies” to identify from all over the world, types of support that help women to breastfeed. Then, we will identify which of these types of support might be relevant to the UK and the NHS. Next, we will look for all types of research available (not just trials) that provide more information about these types of support identified as relevant to the UK. This could include information about what helped and what hindered providing each type of support and when this support might be most effective. We will also estimate the costs of providing these different types of support. This will help the NHS to make decisions about investing in better breastfeeding support. We will create NHS guidance to inform commissioning decisions to help more women sustain their decision to breastfeed in the UK. Finally we will learn lessons from this research that might help other researchers carry out similar studies on different topics. The study will take 18 months to complete. The project will involve an important element of participation and researchers will work closely with health service staff and breastfeeding women across all the stages of the study. We will create a stakeholder working group which will include health professionals and people from breastfeeding support organisations. We will invite 6-8 parents to form a Parent’s Panel. The Stakeholder working group and the parents’ panel will be involved in all stages of the research and will have three meetings with the researchers. Two of those meetings will be by telephone. We will also conduct three focus groups with disadvantaged women. Near the end of the study, we will hold four workshops, one each in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. We will invite more stakeholders to the workshops to get their opinions on the findings of the study. This will make sure that the NHS guidance is relevant to women and babies and NHS staff throughout the UK.
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|Lead||01 Sep 2020||28 Feb 2023||NIHR National Institute for Health Research|
There are around 900,000 learning disabled people in the UK and around a fifth are estimated to engage in behaviours that challenge (BTC). These behaviours often occur when the person is upset by a change in their environment. While research and NICE guidance exists on older learning disabled people and their family carers, and separately on people with BTC; policy and research in the UK has so far failed to address how services can be addressed to support older learning disabled people with BTC. We know very little about how family caregivers face the choices and challenges about caregiving as they become older but know that decisions can be left too late to enable choice. We know even less about the experiences of older people with BTC particularly in the context of transitioning to older people’s services, in periods of crisis or at end of life. There is an even more pronounced absence in the academic and grey literature regarding the lives and experiences of older learning disabled people with no family carers. Our study will explore the support and health needs of older learning disabled people and carers and identify ways of easing transitions to different care settings through forward planning and reducing the development of BTC. This is particularly important as learning disabled people are living to an older age. We will explore how carers manage their caring role as they age themselves. How they experience and negotiate behaviours that challenge. How the concept of forward planning can be introduced in a way that is acceptable and reassuring to carers and their children. How health, social care and end of life care services can best support older learning disabled people with BTC including situations where active family involvement is absent. And how commissioners can be innovative in developing a service infrastructure that better meets the needs of this group.
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|Lead||01 Nov 2018||30 Apr 2021||NIHR National Institute for Health Research|
Improving end-of-life care planning (EOLCP) and enabling choice and equitable access to palliative care are key strategies in government policy but people from Black Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities are disadvantaged. Thinking ahead about choices may help people be cared for in the way, and in the place, that they prefer, however, little is known about how this policy and practice 'fits' values and beliefs of BAME communities. Additionally our work has shown that many health care professionals (HCPs) lack confidence in supporting BAME patients and their families. Setting: East Midlands, UK. Patients, family Care givers (FCGs) and HCPs will be recruited through primary and community care, specialist palliative care services and acute hospital services within Leicestershire and Nottingham. Design: A 30 month qualitative study with four work streams. 1: Longitudinal patient-centred case studies with 15 patients triangulating different data sources including baseline and follow up interviews over 3 months with patients, FCGs and HCPs and review of case notes. 2: Interviews with 20 bereaved BAME family carers who have experienced the loss of an adult family member from chronic illness or frailty. 3: Interviews with 20 HCPs across primary and secondary care to explore their experiences and practices of engaging in EOLCP with FCGs of BAME children or young adults with life limiting illness*. 4: Stakeholder workshops in Nottingham and Leicester will initiate dissemination of findings, identify priorities for practice and promote the development of research and training collaborations. Fictionalised, real-life scenarios and EOLCP practices derived from the data will be presented and discussed to aid development of effective practices that enable patient choice and cultural congruence in EOLCP. Analysis: The qualitative software programme NVivo 11 will be used to facilitate a thematic analysis of interview data sets based on the principle of constant comparison(r). Case study analysis (r) will triangulate the multiple data sources and create an integrated narrative (within case analysis). Complexity theory (r) and shared decision-making (r) will inform outputs which aim to equip HCPs to provide effective care in the context of uncertainty(r). * Findings from our current work exploring HCPs experiences with terminally ill adult BAME patients will be integrated with this project.
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|Lead||01 Apr 2018||31 Dec 2019||NIHR National Institute for Health Research|
Complex intervention development: Manualised approach to staff training/policies/parent involvement, including an algorithm for responsive feeding for tube-fed preterm babies transitioning to oral feeding in Neonatal units in the UK.
Promoting Resilience and Well-being Through Co-Design (The PRIDE Project): Protocol for the Development and Preliminary Evaluation of a Prototype Resilience-Based Intervention for Sexual and Gender Minority Youth (2022-02-01)
Lucassen, Mathijs; Samra, Rajvinder; Rimes, Katharine; Brown, Katherine and Wallace, Louise
JMIR Research Protocols, 11, Article e31036(2)
Transitions for older people with learning disabilities and behaviours that challenge others, and their family carers: a merged protocol for two rapid scoping reviews of evidence (2022)
Vseteckova, J.; Jordan, J.; Tilley, E.; Larkin, M.; Ryan, S. and Wallace, L. M.
Systematic Reviews, 11(1)
Coping Strategies to Enhance the Mental Wellbeing of Sexual and Gender Minority Youths: A Scoping Review (2022)
Lucassen, Mathijs F. G.; Núñez-García, Alicia; Rimes, Katharine A.; Wallace, Louise M.; Brown, Katherine E. and Samra, Rajvinder
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 19, Article e8738(14)
Transitions for older people with intellectual disabilities and behaviours that challenge others: A rapid scoping review (2022)
Tilley, Elizabeth; Jordan, Joanne; Larkin, Mary; Vseteckova, Jitka; Ryan, Sara and Wallace, Louise
Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities ((Early access))
Cue-based versus scheduled feeding for preterm infants transitioning from tube to oral feeding: the Cubs mixed-methods feasibility study (2021-12)
McFadden, Alison; Fitzpatrick, Bronagh; Shinwell, Shona; Tosh, Karen; Donnan, Peter; Wallace, Louise M; Johnson, Emily; MacGillivray, Steve; Gavine, Anna; Farre, Albert and Mactier, Helen
Health Technology Assessment, 25(74)
A Smartphone App for Supporting the Self-management of Daytime Urinary Incontinence in Adolescents: Development and Formative Evaluation Study of URApp (2021-11-15)
Whale, Katie; Beasant, Lucy; Wright, Anne J; Yardley, Lucy; Wallace, Louise M; Moody, Louise and Joinson, Carol
JMIR pediatrics and parenting, 4, Article e26212(4)
Guardians of public interest: the expectation and experience of non-executive directors in National Health Service commissioning boards in England. (2020)
Tweed, Joy and Wallace, Louise M
Journal of health organization and management, 35(1) (pp. 53-67)
Randomised controlled trial of a repeated consultation support intervention for patients with colorectal cancer (2019-04-02)
Shepherd, Sarah C.; Hacking, Belinda; Wallace, Louise M.; Murdoch, Sarah E. and Belkora, Jeff
Psycho-Oncology, 28(4) (pp. 702-709)
Construction and initial validation of the E-Work Life Scale to measure remote e-working (2019)
Grant, Christine Anne; Wallace, Louise M.; Spurgeon, Peter C.; Tramontano, Carlo and Charalampous, Maria
Employee Relations, 41(1) (pp. 16-33)
How LGBT+ Young People Use the Internet in Relation to Their Mental Health and Envisage the Use of e-Therapy: Exploratory Study (2018-12-21)
Lucassen, Mathijs; Samra, Rajvinder; Iacovides, Ioanna; Fleming, Theresa; Shepherd, Matthew; Stasiak, Karolina and Wallace, Louise
JMIR Serious Games, 6, Article e11249(4)
Educational videos for practitioners attending Baby Friendly Hospital Initiative workshops supporting breastfeeding positioning, attachment and hand expression skills: Effects on knowledge and confidence (2018-07)
Wallace, Louise M.; Ma, Yuanying; Qiu, Li Qian and Dunn, Orla M.
Nurse education in practice, 31 (pp. 7-13)
Evaluation of uptake and effect on patient-reported outcomes of a clinician and patient co-led chronic musculoskeletal pain self-management programme provided by the UK National Health Service (2018-05-01)
Anderson, Joanna K and Wallace, Louise M.
British Journal of Pain, 12(2) (pp. 104-112)
A randomised controlled trial of the effectiveness of a breastfeeding training DVD on improving breastfeeding knowledge and confidence among healthcare professionals in China (2018-03-27)
Ma, Yuan Ying; Wallace, Louise L.; Qiu, Li Qian; Kosmala-Anderson, Joanna and Bartle, Naomi
BMC pregnancy and childbirth, 18, Article 80(1)
Tools to overcome potential barriers to chlamydia screening in general practice: Qualitative evaluation of the implementation of a complex intervention (2016)
Ricketts, Ellie J.; Francischetto, Elaine O’Connell; Wallace, Louise M.; Hogan, Angela and McNulty, Cliodna A. M.
BMC Family Practice, 17(33)
The development of a prototype measure of the co-production of health in routine consultations for people with long-term conditions (2015-12-31)
Realpe, A. X.; Wallace, L. M.; Adams, A. E. and Kidd, J. M.
Patient Education and Counseling, 98(12) (pp. 1608-1616)
Qualitative evaluation of a self-management intervention for people in the early stage of dementia (2015-07)
Martin, Faith; Turner, Andrew; Wallace, Louise M.; Stanley, Damian; Jesuthasan, Jana and Bradbury, Nicola
Dementia, 14(4) (pp. 418-435)
Assessing clinicians' knowledge and confidence to perform kangaroo care and positive touch in a tertiary neonatal unit in England using the Neonatal Unit Clinician Assessment Tool (NUCAT) (2015-04)
Higman, Wendy; Wallace, Louise M.; Law, Susan; Bartle, Naomi C. and Blake, Kathryn
Journal of Neonatal Nursing, 21(2) (pp. 72-82)
An evaluation of a self-management program for patients with long-term conditions (2015-02)
Turner, Andrew; Anderson, Joanna K.; Wallace, Louise M. and Bourne, Claire
Patient Education and Counseling, 98(2) (pp. 213-219)
A qualitative study exploring the acceptability of the McNulty-Zelen design for randomised controlled trials evaluating educational interventions (2015)
McNulty, Cliodna; Ricketts, Ellie J.; Rugman, Claire; Hogan, Angela; Charlett, Andre; Campbell, Rona; CIRT study group, and Wallace, Louise
BMC Family Practice, 16(1)
A co-produced self-management programme improves psychosocial outcomes for people living with depression (2015)
Turner, Andy; Realpe, Alba X.; Wallace, Louise M. and Kosmala-Anderson, Joanna
Mental Health Review Journal, 20(4) (pp. 242-255)
Delay in seeking medical help following Transient Ischemic Attack (TIA) or "mini-stroke": A qualitative study (2014-08-19)
Mc Sharry, J.; Baxter, A.; Wallace, L. M.; Kenton, A.; Turner, A. and French, D. P.
PLoS ONE, 9, Article e104434(8)
Self-reported effects of attending the Health Foundation's Co-Creating Health self-management programme for patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus in London, England (2014-08)
Kosmala-Anderson, Joanna P.; Wallace, Louise M.; Turner, Andrew and Bourne, Claire
Archives of Medical Science, 10(4) (pp. 773-781)
Evaluation of a self-management programme for patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (2014-08)
Turner, AP; Anderson, JK; Wallace, LM and Kennedy-Williams, P
Chronic Respiratory Disease, 11(3) (pp. 163-172)
Navigating healthcare: A qualitative study exploring prostate cancer patients' and doctors' experience of consultations using a decision-support intervention (2014-06-03)
Hacking, B.; Scott, S. E.; Wallace, L. M.; Shepherd, S. C. and Belkora, J.
Psycho-Oncology, 23(6) (pp. 665-671)
Response to 'Relative or Absolute? - Miller' (2014-04-11)
McNulty, Cliodna A.; Hogan, Angela H.; Ricketts, Ellie J.; Wallace, Louise; Oliver, Isabel; Campbell, Rona; Kalwij, Sebastian; O'Connell, Elaine and Charlett, Andre
Sexually Transmitted Infections, 90(3)
Increasing chlamydia screening tests in general practice: A modi fied Zelen prospective cluster randomised controlled trial evaluating a complex intervention based on the theory of planned behaviour (2014-04-09)
McNulty, C.A.M.; Hogan, A.; Ricketts, E.; Wallace, L.; Oliver, I.; Campbell, R.; Kalwij, S.; O'Connell, E. and Charlett, A.
Sexually Transmitted Infections, 90(3) (pp. 188-194)
Planning for, implementing and assessing the impact of health promotion and behaviour change interventions: a way forward for health psychologists (2014)
Wallace, L. M.; Brown, K. E. and Hilton, S.
Health Psychology Review, 8(1) (pp. 8-33)
An exploration of the psychological factors affecting remote e-worker's job effectiveness, well-being and work-life balance (2013-09)
Grant, Christine A.; Wallace, Louise M. and Spurgeon, Peter C.
Employee Relations, 35(5) (pp. 527-546)
Assessing the knowledge and confidence to perform breastfeeding practices in the neonatal unit - A case study of the use of the Neonatal Unit Clinician Assessment Tool (NUCAT) in Coventry, England (2013-08-01)
Wallace, Louise M.; Higman, Wendy; Blake, Kathryn; Law, Susan and Anwar, Kubra
Journal of Neonatal Nursing, 19(4) (pp. 154-161)
Perceived barriers to self-management for people with dementia in the early stages (2013-07-29)
Martin, Faith; Turner, Andrew; Wallace, Louise M.; Choudhry, Kubra and Bradbury, Nicola
Dementia, 12(4) (pp. 481-493)
Multiple sclerosis: Pregnancy and motherhood (2013-06-01)
Anderson, J. and Wallace, L.
Practising Midwife, 16(6) (pp. 28-31)
Conceptualisation of self-management intervention for people with early stage dementia (2013-06)
Martin, Faith; Turner, Andrew; Wallace, Louise M. and Bradbury, Nicola
European Journal of Ageing, 10(2) (pp. 75-87)
Testing the feasibility, acceptability and effectiveness of a 'decision navigation' intervention for early stage prostate cancer patients in Scotland - A randomised controlled trial (2013-05-01)
Hacking, Belinda; Wallace, Louise; Scott, Sarah; Kosmala-Anderson, Joanna; Belkora, Jeffrey and McNeill, Alan
Psycho-Oncology, 22(5) (pp. 1017-1024)
A process evaluation using a Self Determination Theory measure of the co-delivery of self management training by clinicians and by lay tutors (2013-01)
Sharma, Shilpi; Wallace, Louise M.; Kosmala-Anderson, Joanna and Turner, Andy
Patient Education and Counseling, 90(1) (pp. 38-45)
Beliefs underlying chlamydia risk appraisals: the relationship with young adults intentions to use condoms (2013)
Newby, K. V.; French, D. P.; Brown, K. E. and Wallace, L. M.
Journal of Risk Research, 16(7) (pp. 843-860)
A qualitative study of the childbearing experience of women living with multiple sclerosis (2013)
Kosmala-Anderson, Joanna and Wallace, Louise M.
Disability and Rehabilitation, 35(12) (pp. 976-981)
Which outcome expectancies are important in determining young adults intentions to use condoms with casual sexual partners?: A cross-sectional study (2013)
Newby, Katie V.; Brown, Katherine E.; French, David P. and Wallace, Louise M.
BMC Public Health, 13, Article 133(1)
Exploring attitudes and practices of General Practice staff towards offers of opportunistic screening for chlamydia: a UK survey (2012-07)
Wallace, Louise; McNulty, Cliodna; Hogan, Angela and Bayley, Julie
Primary Health Care Research & Development, 13(3) (pp. 255-268)
Sexual health professionals’ evaluations of a prototype computer-based contraceptive planning intervention for adolescents: implications for practice (2012-06-08)
Brown, K.E.; Abraham, C.; Joshi, P. and Wallace, L.M.
Sexual Health, 9(4) (pp. 341-348)
A survey of English teenagers' sexual experience and preferences for school-based sex education (2012-04)
Newby, Katie; Wallace, Louise M.; Dunn, Orla and Brown, Katherine E.
Sex Education, 12(2) (pp. 231-251)
How do young adults perceive the risk of chlamydia infection? A qualitative study (2012-01-11)
Newby, Katie V.; Wallace, Louise M. and French, David P.
British Journal of Health Psychology, 17(1) (pp. 144-154)
‘Breast is not always best’: South Asian women’s experiences of infant feeding in the UK within an acculturation framework (2012-01)
Choudhry, Kubra and Wallace, Louise M.
Maternal and Child Nutrition, 8(1) (pp. 72-87)
Development and psychometric properties of a self report measure to assess clinicians’ practices in self management support for patients with long term conditions (2011-12)
Kosmala-Anderson, Joanna; Wallace, Louise M.; Turner, Andy and Barwell, Fred
Patient Education and Counseling, 85(3) (pp. 475-480)
Perceptions and experiences of co-delivery model for self-management training for clinicians working with patients with long-term conditions at three healthcare economies in U.K. (2011-11)
Sharma, Shilpi; Wallace, Louise M.; Kosmala-Anderson, Joanna; Realpe, Alba and Turner, Andy
World hospitals and health services: the official journal of the International Hospital Federation, 47(2) (pp. 22-24)
Evaluation and measurement for improvement in service-level quality improvement initiatives (2011-11)
Russell, Nicholas C.C.; Wallace, Louise M. and Ketley, Diane
Health Services Management Research, 24(4) (pp. 182-189)
An organisation-wide approach to training community practitioners in breastfeeding (2011-06)
Wallace, L.M.; Law, S.M.; Joshi, P. and Hughes, E.
Community practitioner: the journal of the Community Practitioners' & Health Visitors' Association, 84(6) (pp. 31-34)
Using intervention mapping to develop a family-based childhood weight management programme (2011-04)
Pittson, Helen and Wallace, Louise
Journal of Health Services Research & Policy, 16(suppl 1) (pp. 2-7)
“What Should We Tell the Children About Relationships and Sex?” ©: Development of a Program for Parents Using Intervention Mapping (2011-03)
Newby, Katie; Bayley, Julie and Wallace, L.M.
Health Promotion Practice, 12(2) (pp. 209-228)
Meeting the challenge of delivering high-quality breastfeeding training for all (2011-01-01)
Wallace, Louise M.; Hughes, Elizabeth; Law, Susan M. and Joshi, Puja
Practising Midwife, 14(1) (pp. 20-22)
Multiple outcome measures and mixed methods for evaluating the effectiveness of theory-based behaviour-change interventions: A case study targeting health professionals' adoption of a national suicide prevention guideline (2011)
Hanbury, A.; Wallace, L.M. and Clark, M.
Psychology, Health & Medicine, 16(3) (pp. 291-303)
Does the professional and working context of United Kingdom clinicians predict if they use practices to support patients with long term conditions to self manage? (2010-10-26)
Kosmala-Anderson, Joanna; Wallace, Louise M. and Turner, Andrew
Archives of Medical Science, 6(5) (pp. 815-821)
Confidence matters: A Self-Determination Theory study of factors determining engagement in self-management support practices of UK clinicians (2010-08-01)
Kosmala-Anderson, J. P.; Wallace, L. M. and Turner, A.
Psychology, Health and Medicine, 15(4) (pp. 478-491)
An extended midwifery support programme did not increase breast feeding at 6 months, compared with standard postnatal midwifery support (2010)
Wallace, Louise M.
Evidence-Based Nursing, 13(3) (pp. 86-87)
"...They should be offering it": A qualitative study to investigate young peoples' attitudes towards chlamydia screening in GP surgeries (2010)
Hogan, Angela H.; Howell-Jones, Rebecca S.; Pottinger, Elizabeth; Wallace, Louise M. and McNulty, Cliodna A. M.
BMC Public Health, 10, Article 616
Feedback from reporting patient safety incidents - Are NHS trusts learning lessons? (2010)
Journal of Health Services Research and Policy, 15(suppl. 1) (pp. 75-78)
Use of a time series design to test effectiveness of a theory-based intervention targeting adherence of health professionals to a clinical guideline (2009-09-01)
Hanbury, Andria; Wallace, Louise and Clark, Michael
British Journal of Health Psychology, 14(3) (pp. 505-518)
Improving patient safety incident reporting systems by focusing upon feedback - Lessons from English and Welsh trusts (2009-08)
Wallace, L. M.; Spurgeon, P.; Benn, J.; Koutantji, M. and Vincent, C.
Health Services Management Research, 22(3) (pp. 129-135)
Survey evaluation of the National Patient Safety Agency's Root Cause Analysis training programme in England and Wales: Knowledge, beliefs and reported practices (2009-08)
Wallace, L. M.; Spurgeon, P.; Adams, S.; Earll, L. and Bayley, J.
Quality and Safety in Health Care, 18(4) (pp. 288-291)
Teenagers and emergency contraception in the UK: A focus group study of salient beliefs using concepts from the Theory of Planned Behaviour (2009-06)
Bayley, J.; Brown, K. and Wallace, L.
European Journal of Contraception and Reproductive Health Care, 14(3) (pp. 196-206)
Fathers and parenting programmes: barriers and best practice. (2009-04-01)
Bayley, J.; Wallace, L. M. and Choudhry, K.
Community Practitioner, 82(4) (pp. 28-31)
A systematic review of education and evidence-based practice interventions with health professionals and breast feeding counsellors on duration of breast feeding (2009-02-01)
Spiby, Helen; McCormick, Felicia; Wallace, Louise; Renfrew, Mary J.; D'Souza, Lalitha and Dyson, Lisa
Midwifery, 25(1) (pp. 50-61)
A new approach to breastfeeding training (2009)
Wallace, L. M; Dunn, O. M.; Law, S. and Bryce, C.
Practising Midwife, 12(6) (pp. 47-49)
Feedback from incident reporting: information and action to improve patient safety (2009)
Benn, J.; Koutantji, M.; Wallace, L.; Spurgeon, P.; Rejman, M.; Healey, A. and Vincent, C.
Quality and Safety in Health Care, 18(1) (pp. 11-21)
Changes in air quality and second-hand smoke exposure in hospitality sector businesses after introduction of the English Smoke-free legislation (2008-12-01)
Gotz, N. K.; van Tongeren, M.; Wareing, H.; Wallace, L. M.; Semple, S. and MacCalman, L.
Journal of Public Health, 30(4) (pp. 421-428)
Young women's experience of termination and miscarriage: A qualitative study (2008-09-01)
Brady, Geraldine; Brown, Geraldine; Letherby, Gayle; Bayley, Julie and Wallace, Louise M.
Human Fertility, 11(3) (pp. 186-190)
Bridging the breastfeeding knowledge gap (2008-02)
Practising Midwife, 11(2) (pp. 38-41)
The training needs of doctors working in England and in Poland with breastfeeding women (2007-09-03)
Kosmala-Anderson, Joanna; Wallace, Louise M.; Dunn, Orla and Law, Susan
Archives of Medical Science, 3(3) (pp. 259-266)
A home-based, transtheoretical change model designed strength training intervention to increase exercise to prevent osteoporosis in Iranian women aged 40–65 years: a randomized controlled trial (2007-06)
Shirazi, Kambiz Karimzadeh; Wallace, Louise M.; Niknami, Shamsaddin; Hidarnia, Alireza; Torkaman, Giti; Gilchrist, Mollie and Faghihzadeh, Soghrate
Health Education Research, 22(3) (pp. 305-317)
Training needs survey of midwives, health visitors and voluntary-sector breastfeeding support staff in England (2007-01)
Wallace, Louise M. and Kosmala-Anderson, Joanna
Maternal and Child Nutrition, 3(1) (pp. 25-39)
Organizational interventions to promote risk management in primary care: The experience in Warwickshire, England (2007)
Wallace, Louise M.; Boxall, Matthew; Spurgeon, Peter and Barwell, Fred
Health Services Management Research, 20(2) (pp. 84-93)
Breastfeeding best start study: training midwives in a 'hands off' positioning and attachment intervention (2007)
Law, Susan M.; Dunn, Orla M.; Wallace, Louise M. and Inch, Sally A.
Maternal and Child Nutrition, 3(3) (pp. 194-205)
Rethinking research in breast-feeding: a critique of the evidence base identified in a systematic review of interventions to promote and support breast-feeding (2007)
Renfrew, M. J.; Spiby, H.; D'Souza, L.; Wallace, L. M.; Dyson, L. and McCormick, F.
Public Health Nutrition, 10(7) (pp. 726-732)
Informing school sex education using the stages of change construct: sexual behaviour and attitudes towards sexual activity and condom use of children aged 13-16 in England (2007)
Wallace, Louise M.; Evers, Kerry E.; Wareing, Hilary; Dunn, Orla M.; Newby, Kate; Paiva, Andrea and Johnson, Janet L.
Journal of Health Psychology, 12(1) (pp. 179-183)
Addressing the learning deficit in breastfeeding: strategies for change (2006-10)
Renfrew, Mary J.; McFadden, Alison; Dykes, Fiona; Wallace, Louise M.; Abbott, Stephen; Burt, Sue and Anderson, Joanna Kosmala
Maternal and Child Nutrition, 2(4) (pp. 239-244)
Developing practice in breastfeeding (2006-10)
Renfrew, Mary J.; Herbert, Gill; Wallace, Louise M.; Spiby, Helen and McFadden, Alison
Maternal and Child Nutrition, 2(4) (pp. 245-261)
A randomised-controlled trial in England of a postnatal midwifery intervention on breast-feeding duration (2006-09)
Wallace, Louise M.; Dunn, Orla M.; Alder, Elizabeth M.; Inch, Sally; Hills, Robert K. and Law, Susan M.
Midwifery, 22(3) (pp. 262-273)
Barriers to breastfeeding: a qualitative study of the views of health professionals and lay counsellors. (2006-05)
Tennant, R.; Wallace, L.M. and Law, S.
Community Practitioner, 79(5) (pp. 152-156)
From root causes to safer systems: international comparisons of nationally sponsored healthcare staff training programmes (2006)
Quality and Safety in Health Care, 15(6) (pp. 388-389)
Changes in self-efficacy and decisional balance following an intervention to increase consumption of calcium-rich foods (2006)
Shirazi, K. K.; Niknami, S.; Wallace, L.; Hidarnia, A.; Rahimi, E. and Faghihzadeh, S.
Social Behavior and Personality, 34(8) (pp. 1007-1016)
A training needs survey of doctors' breastfeeding support skills in England (2006)
Wallace, Louise M. and Kosmala-Anderson, Joanna
Maternal and Child Nutrition, 2(4) (pp. 217-231)
Breastfeeding works: the role of employers in supporting women who wish to breastfeed and work in four organizations in England (2006)
Kosmala-Anderson, Joanna and Wallace, Louise M.
Journal of Public Health, 28(3) (pp. 183-191)
Breastfeeding for longer: What works? (2005-03)
Renfrew, M.J.; Dyson, L.; Wallace, L.M.; D'Souza, L.; McCormick, F. and Spiby, H.
Journal of The Royal Society for the Promotion of Health, 125(2) (pp. 62-63)
District and practice nurses' public health practice and training needs (2005)
Newby, Katie; Wallace, Louise and Wareing, Hilary
British Journal of Community Nursing, 10(5) (pp. 214, 216-8-220 passim)
Empowerment and advocacy: reflections on action research with Bangladeshi and Pakistani families who have children with severe disabilities (2004-09)
Fazil, Qulsom; Wallace, Louise M.; Singh, Gurnam; Ali, Zoebia and Bywaters, Paul
Health and Social Care in the Community, 12(5) (pp. 389-397)
Organisational change through clinical governance: the West Midlands three years on (2004)
Wallace, Louise M.; Boxall, Matthew and Spurgeon, Peter
Clinical Governance: An International Journal, 9(1) (pp. 17-30)
Influencing exercise and diet to prevent osteoporosis: lessons from three studies (2004)
Wallace, Louise; Boxall, Matthew and Riddick, Nicola
British Journal of Community Nursing, 9(3) (pp. 102-109)
Perceptions of the Breastfeeding Best Start project (2004)
Shaw, R.; Wallace, L.; Cook, M. and Phillips, A.
The practising midwife, 7(1) (pp. 20-24)
Hands off! The Breastfeeding Best Start Project (2) (2003)
Inch, S.; Law, S. and Wallace, L.
The Practising Midwife, 6(11) (pp. 24-25)
Hands off! The Breastfeeding Best Start project (1) (2003)
Inch, S.; Law, S. and Wallace, L.
The Practising Midwife, 6(10) (pp. 17-19)
Attitudes towards disability amongst Pakistani and Bangladeshi parents of disabled children in the UK: Considerations for service providers and the disability movement (2003)
Bywaters, Paul; Ali, Zoebia; Fazil, Qulsom; Wallace, Louise M. and Singh, Gurnam
Health and Social Care in the Community, 11(6) (pp. 502-509)
Anxiety and Panic in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease: The Role of Catastrophic Thoughts (2002-02)
Gurney-Smith, Ben; Cooper, Myra J. and Wallace, Louise M.
Cognitive Therapy and Research, 26(1) (pp. 143-155)
Warwickshire risk management in primary care project (2002)
Boxall, M.; Wallace, L.; Affie, E.; Grainger, C.; Mills, K. and Russell, M.
Journal of Clinical Excellence, 4(1 suppl.) (pp. 132-134)
The impact of screening for osteoporosis on bone protecting exercise and dietary calcium intake (2002)
Wallace, L. M.; Wright, S.; Parsons, A.; Wright, C. and Barlow, J.
Psychology, Health & Medicine, 7(4) (pp. 477-488)
The most effective psychologically-based treatments to reduce anxiety and panic in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD): a systematic review (2002)
Rose, Christine; Wallace, Louise; Dickson, Rumona; Ayres, Jon; Lehman, Richard; Searle, Yvonne and Burge, P. Sherwood
Patient Education and Counseling, 47(4) (pp. 311-318)
Disadvantage and Discrimination Compounded: the experience of Pakistani and Bangladeshi parents of disabled children in the UK (2002)
Fazil, Qulsom; Bywaters, Paul; Ali, Zoebia; Wallace, Louise and Singh, Gurnam
Disability and Society, 17(3) (pp. 237-253)
How do trusts intend to measure progress in clinical governance? (2001-03-01)
Freeman, Tim; Latham, Linda; Walshe, Kieran; Wallace, Louise and Spurgeon, Peter
Journal of Clinical Governance, 9(1) (pp. 33-39)
Disability, Ethnicity and Childhood: a critical review of research (2001)
Ali, Zoebia; Fazil, Qulsom; Bywaters, Paul; Wallace, Louise and Singh, Gurnam
Disability and Society, 16(7) (pp. 949-968)
The external review of quality improvement in health care organizations: A qualitative study (2001)
Walshe, Kieran; Wallace, Louise; Freeman, Tim; Latham, Linda and Spurgeon, Peter
International Journal for Quality in Health Care, 13(5) (pp. 367-374)
Organisational strategies for changing clinical practice: How trusts are meeting the challenges of clinical governance (2001)
Wallace, L. M.; Freeman, T.; Latham, L.; Walshe, K. and Spurgeon, P.
Quality in Health Care, 10(2) (pp. 76-82)
Evaluating mandated quality improvement: Results of a survey in the NHS in England (2001)
Freeman, T.; Latham, L.; Walshe, K.; Wallace, L. and Spurgeon, P.
Journal of Clinical Excellence, 3(1) (pp. 15-22)
Clinical governance, organisational culture and change management in the new NHS (2001)
Wallace, L.; Spurgeon, P.; Latham, L.; Freeman, T. and Walshe, K.
Clinician in Management, 10(1) (pp. 23-31)
Clinical governance. Scope to improve. (2000-10-26)
Walshe, K.; Freeman, T.; Latham, L.; Spurgeon, P. and Wallace, L.
Health Service Journal, 110(5728) (pp. 30-32)
Question of attitude (2000-04-06)
Wallace, Louise; Granne, A. and Boyle, G.
Health Service Journal, 110(5699) (pp. 26-28)
Here comes the NICE  (2000-04)
Clinical Psychology Forum(138) (pp. 3-4)
Clinical governance in the West Midlands and South West regions: Early progress in NHS trusts (2000)
Latham, L.; Freeman, T.; Walshe, K.; Spurgeon, P. and Wallace, L.
Clinician in Management, 9(2) (pp. 83-91)
Clinical governance. The late show. (1999-04)
Wallace, L. and Stoten, B.
Health Service Journal, 109(5644) (pp. 24-25)
Anxiety in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: The role of illness specific catastrophic thoughts (1999)
Sutton, Karen; Cooper, Myra; Pimm, John and Wallace, Louise
Cognitive Therapy and Research, 23(6) (pp. 573-585)
Pharmacy. Shop talk. (1998)
Granne, A. and Wallace, L.
Health Service Journal, 108(5617) (pp. 25-25)
Assessing quality of life in cancer patients (1989)
Maguire, P.; Selby, P.; Bleehen, N.; Calman, K.; Fayers, P.; Freedman, L.; Gore, S.; McElwain, T.; Priestman, T.; Smith, A.; Sutton, H. and Wallace, L.
British Journal of Cancer, 60(3) (pp. 437-440)
Surgical patients' expectations of pain and discomfort: Does accuracy of expectations minimise post-surgical pain and distress? (1985)
Wallace, Louise M.
Pain, 22(4) (pp. 363-373)
Religion versus culture: Pakistani Women's experiences of infant feeding (2013)
Anwar, Kubra and Wallace, Louise M.
In: Simpson, Gloria and Payne, Spencer eds. Religion and Ethics (pp. 137-147)
ISBN : 978-1-62257-813-9 | Publisher : Nova Science Publishers | Published : New York
Establishing user requirements for a patient held electronic record system in the United Kingdom (2009-10)
Binnersley, Jackie; Woodcock, Andree; Wallace, Louise M. and Kyriacou, Panayiotis
In : Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 53rd Annual Meeting (19-23 Oct 2009, San Antonio, TX) (pp. 714-717)
Public requirements for patient-held records (2009-04-21)
Binnersley, J.; Woodcock, A.; Kyriacou, P. and Wallace, L. M.
In : International Conference on Contemporary Ergonomics 2009 (pp. 159-164)
Mycare card development: The patient held electronic health record device (2009)
Rybynok, V. O.; Kyriacou, P. A.; Binnersley, J.; Woodcock, A. and Wallace, L. M.
In : 9th International Conference on Information Technology and Applications in Biomedicine (ITAB 2009) (04-07 Nov 2009, Larnaca, Cyprus)
Design of a handheld computer application for clinical critical incident reporting (2007)
Moody, Louise; Bleetman, Jacqueline; Bristow, Huw; Forde, Val and Wallace, Louise
In : International Conference on Contemporary Ergonomics (CE2007) (17-19 Apr 2007, Nottingham, UK) (pp. 499-504)