Rebecca Lynch
Rebecca Lynch
Lecturer (Medical Anthropology), University of Exeter
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Impact of multimorbidity on healthcare costs and utilisation: a systematic review of the UK literature
M Soley-Bori, M Ashworth, A Bisquera, H Dodhia, R Lynch, Y Wang, ...
British Journal of General Practice 71 (702), e39-e46, 2021
Free healthy breakfasts in primary schools: a cluster randomised controlled trial of a policy intervention in Wales, UK
S Murphy, GF Moore, K Tapper, R Lynch, R Clarke, L Raisanen, ...
Public health nutrition 14 (2), 219-226, 2011
Associations between deprivation, attitudes towards eating breakfast and breakfast eating behaviours in 9–11-year-olds
GF Moore, K Tapper, S Murphy, R Lynch, L Raisanen, C Pimm, L Moore
Public health nutrition 10 (6), 582-589, 2007
How do health behaviour interventions take account of social context? A literature trend and co-citation analysis
D Holman, R Lynch, A Reeves
Health 22 (4), 389-410, 2018
‘If I don't like it then I can choose what I want’: Welsh school children's accounts of preference for and control over food choice
E Warren, O Parry, R Lynch, S Murphy
Health Promotion International 23 (2), 144-151, 2008
Validation of a self-completion measure of breakfast foods, snacks and fruits and vegetables consumed by 9-to 11-year-old schoolchildren
GF Moore, K Tapper, S Murphy, R Clark, R Lynch, L Moore
European journal of clinical nutrition 61 (3), 420-430, 2007
Well London Phase-1: results among adults of a cluster-randomised trial of a community engagement approach to improving health behaviours and mental well-being in deprived …
G Phillips, C Bottomley, E Schmidt, P Tobi, S Lais, G Yu, R Lynch, K Lock, ...
J Epidemiol Community Health 68 (7), 606-614, 2014
Evaluation of community level interventions to address social and structural determinants of health: a cluster randomised controlled trial
M Wall, R Hayes, D Moore, M Petticrew, A Clow, E Schmidt, A Draper, ...
BMC public health 9, 1-11, 2009
Free breakfasts in schools: design and conduct of a cluster randomised controlled trial of the Primary School Free Breakfast Initiative in Wales [ISRCTN18336527]
L Moore, GF Moore, K Tapper, R Lynch, C Desousa, J Hale, C Roberts, ...
BMC public health 7 (1), 1-12, 2007
Complaints about dog faeces as a symbolic representation of incivility in London, UK: a qualitative study
J Derges, R Lynch, A Clow, M Petticrew, A Draper
Critical public health 22 (4), 419-425, 2012
Development of a scale to measure 9–11-year-olds' attitudes towards breakfast
K Tapper, S Murphy, R Lynch, R Clark, GF Moore, L Moore
European journal of clinical nutrition 62 (4), 511-518, 2008
Posthuman perspectives: relevance for a global public health
S Cohn, R Lynch
Critical public health 27 (3), 285-292, 2017
‘Well London’and the benefits of participation: results of a qualitative study nested in a cluster randomised trial
J Derges, A Clow, R Lynch, S Jain, G Phillips, M Petticrew, A Renton, ...
BMJ open 4 (4), e003596, 2014
In the loop: Practices of self-monitoring from accounts by trial participants
R Lynch, S Cohn
Health: 20 (5), 523-538, 2016
Falling into a routine: from habits to situated practices
S Cohn, R Lynch
Sociology of health & illness 39 (8), 1398-1411, 2017
Evaluating the free school breakfast initiative in Wales: methodological issues
K Tapper, S Murphy, L Moore, R Lynch, R Clark
British Food Journal 109 (3), 206-215, 2007
Measures of exposure to the Well London Phase-1 intervention and their association with health well-being and social outcomes
G Phillips, C Bottomley, E Schmidt, P Tobi, S Lais, G Yu, R Lynch, K Lock, ...
J Epidemiol Community Health 68 (7), 597-605, 2014
Diverse bodies: the challenge of new theoretical approaches to medical anthropology
S Cohn, R Lynch
Anthropology & medicine 24 (2), 131-141, 2017
Quantified lives and vital data
R Lynch, C Farrington
Springer, 2018
Beyond the person: the construction and transformation of blood as a resource
R Lynch, S Cohn
Critical public health 27 (3), 362-372, 2017
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