|Effectiveness of brief alcohol interventions in primary care populations|
EFS Kaner, FR Beyer, C Muirhead, F Campbell, ED Pienaar, N Bertholet, ...
Cochrane database of systematic reviews, 2018
|Constructing questionnaires based on the theory of planned behaviour: A manual for health services researchers|
J Francis, MP Eccles, M Johnston, AE Walker, JM Grimshaw, R Foy, ...
Centre for Health Services Research, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, 2004
|Constructing questionnaires based on the theory of planned behaviour|
JJ Francis, MP Eccles, M Johnston, A Walker, J Grimshaw, R Foy, ...
A manual for health services researchers 2010, 2-12, 2004
|The impact of brief alcohol interventions in primary healthcare: a systematic review of reviews|
A O'Donnell, P Anderson, D Newbury-Birch, B Schulte, C Schmidt, ...
Alcohol and alcoholism 49 (1), 66-78, 2014
|The effectiveness of brief alcohol interventions in primary care settings: a systematic review|
EFS Kaner, HO Dickinson, F Beyer, E Pienaar, C Schlesinger, F Campbell, ...
Drug and alcohol review 28 (3), 301-323, 2009
|Do self-reported intentions predict clinicians' behaviour: a systematic review|
MP Eccles, S Hrisos, J Francis, EF Kaner, HO Dickinson, F Beyer, ...
Implementation Science 1 (1), 1-10, 2006
|Effectiveness of screening and brief alcohol intervention in primary care (SIPS trial): pragmatic cluster randomised controlled trial|
E Kaner, M Bland, P Cassidy, S Coulton, V Dale, P Deluca, E Gilvarry, ...
Bmj 346, e8501, 2013
|General practice postal surveys: a questionnaire too far?|
BR McAvoy, EFS Kaner
Bmj 313 (7059), 732-733, 1996
|The vexed question of authorship: views of researchers in a British medical faculty|
R Bhopal, J Rankin, E McColl, L Thomas, E Kaner, R Stacy, P Pearson, ...
Bmj 314 (7086), 1009, 1997
|Intervention for excessive alcohol consumption in primary health care: attitudes and practices of English general practitioners|
EFS Kaner, N Heather, BR Mcavoy, CA Lock, E Gilvarry
Alcohol and Alcoholism 34 (4), 559-566, 1999
|A qualitative study of nurses' attitudes and practices regarding brief alcohol intervention in primary health care|
CA Lock, E Kaner, S Lamont, S Bond
Journal of advanced nursing 39 (4), 333-342, 2002
|Personalised digital interventions for reducing hazardous and harmful alcohol consumption in community‐dwelling populations|
EFS Kaner, FR Beyer, C Garnett, D Crane, J Brown, C Muirhead, ...
Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, 2017
|'So much post, so busy with practice--so, no time!': a telephone survey of general practitioners' reasons for not participating in postal questionnaire surveys.|
EF Kaner, CA Haighton, BR McAvoy
British Journal of General Practice 48 (428), 1067-1069, 1998
|Our Healthier Nation: are general practitioners willing and able to deliver? A survey of attitudes to and involvement in health promotion and lifestyle counselling.|
BR McAvoy, EF Kaner, CA Lock, N Heather, E Gilvarry
British Journal of General Practice 49 (440), 187-190, 1999
|Minimum-cost coverage of point sets by disks|
H Alt, EM Arkin, H Brönnimann, J Erickson, SP Fekete, C Knauer, ...
Proceedings of the twenty-second annual symposium on Computational geometry …, 2006
|Are there valid proxy measures of clinical behaviour? A systematic review|
S Hrisos, MP Eccles, JJ Francis, HO Dickinson, EFS Kaner, F Beyer, ...
Implementation Science 4 (1), 1-20, 2009
|Attitudes and managing alcohol problems in general practice: an interaction analysis based on findings from a WHO collaborative study|
P Anderson, E Kaner, S Wutzke, M Funk, N Heather, M Wensing, R Grol, ...
Alcohol and Alcoholism 39 (4), 351-356, 2004
|Patient and practitioner characteristics predict brief alcohol intervention in primary care.|
EF Kaner, N Heather, J Brodie, CA Lock, BR McAvoy
British Journal of General Practice 51 (471), 822-827, 2001
|Alcohol screening and brief intervention for adolescents: the how, what and where of reducing alcohol consumption and related harm among young people|
R Patton, P Deluca, E Kaner, D Newbury-Birch, T Phillips, C Drummond
Alcohol and alcoholism 49 (2), 207-212, 2014
|A RCT of three training and support strategies to encourage implementation of screening and brief alcohol intervention by general practitioners.|
EF Kaner, CA Lock, BR McAvoy, N Heather, E Gilvarry
British Journal of General Practice 49 (446), 699-703, 1999