Archive

Here in the Archive we link to all the papers we have reviewed so far; and to the Transcripts of the discussions. Transcripts are usually sourced from the Healthcare Hashtags Project .  They are offered in html – includes participant avatars and full hyperlinks to tweets- and pdf format. The pdf files do not preserve the images or hyperlinks but are provided as a potentially more permanent record. 

Week 26: 1st July 2013 Evidence, Ethics and Values in Health Promotion

Link to Paper                  Poll & Alternative Papers

Introductory Post & Questions

Full Transcript

Summary of #PHTwitJC discussion

 

Week 25: Alcohol Price and Drinking Behaviour

Link to Paper                   Poll & Alternative Papers

Introductory Post & Discussion Points

Transcript: HTML / PDF

Summary

Week 24: 22nd April 2013 Mental health service users: changes in experiences of discrimination and Time to Change

Link to paper

Introductory post & questions      Poll & alternative papers

Full transcript: html   pdf

Summary:      on Storify     on PHTwitJC (loses some formatting)

Week 23: 24th March 2013; Smoking and meningococcal disease

Link to paper

Introductory post and questions                    Poll and alternative papers

Transcript: html / PDF

Summary

Week 22, 26th February 2013: Children’s Exposure to TV adverts for Unhealthy Foods

Link to Paper 

Introductory post and questions             Poll & alternative papers 

Transcript & summary (on blog)   Storify site     pdf version

Week 21, 30th January 2013: Alcohol Interventions in Primary Care

Link to paper

Introductory post and questions

Transcript: html PDF

Summary of #PHTwitJC discussion

Week 20, 18th November 2012: Benefits and Harms of Breast Cancer Screening

Link to paper 1      Link to paper 2

Introductory post and questions

Transcript:  html        pdf

Week 19, 23rd October 2012: New Roads to Human Health (Systematic Review)

Link to paper

Introductory post and questions

Transcript: html PDF

Summary of #PHTwitJC discussion

Authors Response

Week 18, 19 September 2012: Comparing policies to tackle ethnic health inequalities, Belgium & Scotland

Link to paper

Introductory post & questions

Transcript:    html        pdf

Week 17,  22 August 2012: Smoking cessation interventions RCT

Link to paper

Introductory post & questions

Transcript: html        pdf    

Week 16, 22 July 2012: The impact of major multi-sport events

Link to paper

Introductory post and questions

Transcript of discussion: html      pdf

Summary of discussion   &  author response

Week 15, 24th June 2012: Welfare regimes and health inequalities

Introductory post & questions

Link to paper

Transcript of chat: html      pdf

Week 14: Sustainable food systems in Europe

Summary of paper & questions

Link to paper

No live chat summary due to lack of participants

Week 13, 29 April 2012: Mental Health Context of Food Insecurity

Link to paper

Introductory post and questions

Transcript of discussion: html      pdf

Week 12, 8th April 2012: Ecological study: Income inequality & population health

Link to paper

Introductory post and questions

Transcript of discussion: HTML

Week 11, 25th March 2012: The health risks and benefits of cycling in urban environments compared with car use: health impact assessment study

Link to paper

Introductory post and questions

Transcript of discussion: html     pdf

Week 10, 4th March 2012: Low income mothers  &nutrition: systematic review of qualitative evidence.

Link to paper

Introductory post & questions

Transcript of discussion: html    pdf

Week 9, 19th February 2012: Systematic review of peer support for breastfeeding continuation

Link to paper

Introductory post and questions

Transcript of discussion: HTML and PDF

Week 8, 18th December 2011: Economic Evaluation of HPV Vaccination in the UK

Link to paper

Introductory post and questions

Transcript of discussion: HTML and PDF

Week 7, 27th November 2011: Neighbourhood physical activity environments and adiposity in children and mothers:  three-year longitudinal study

Link to paper

Introductory post and questions

Transcript of discussion: pdf     html 

Summary of discussion

Week 6: 13th November 2011  Mortality, social position and obesity in women who never smoked: 28-year cohort study

Link to paper

Introductory post & questions

Transcript:   pdf    html

Summary of discussion

Week 5: 30th October 2011 Non-use of condoms among female sex workers – qualitative study

Link to paper

Introductory post & questions

Transcript:  pdf   html 

Summary

Week 4: 9th October 2011 Group therapy for adolescents with repeated self-harm

Link to Paper

Introductory Post

Transcript:   pdf download   html

Summary

Week 3: 25th September 2011. HUB City Steps: Community-Based Participatory Research Trial

Link to Paper

Introductory post

Transcript:    pdf download       html

Summary

WEEK 2 – 11th September 2011: Prostate-Specific Antigen concerntration at age 60

Link to Paper

Introductory Post

Transcripts: pdf download html

Summary

WEEK 1 – 14th August 2011: Calorie Labelling in Fast-Food Restaurants

Link to Paper

Introductory Post

Transcripts: pdf download html

Summary

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8 Responses to Archive

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  2. Mark Lim says:

    Sorry I couldn’t make it. By the way doesn’t everybody know that fast food is fattening even if they don’t know the precise calorific content?

  3. phtwitjc says:

    Thanks, Mark. Good point! I guess we could say that it may still be worth having evidence to tell us whether (or not) having more info about it has any impact on people’s choices once there..? As a sociologist, I don’t like to write research off as ‘common sense’!
    Look forward to your getting involved in future discussions. Kate.

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