Intervention, Health promotion, Psychological intervention, Randomized controlled trial and Meta-analysis are his primary areas of study. His Intervention study incorporates themes from Disease cluster, Physical therapy and Program evaluation. Luke Wolfenden has researched Health promotion in several fields, including Cluster randomised controlled trial, Health policy, Gerontology and Environmental health.
His Psychological intervention research focuses on subjects like Pediatrics, which are linked to Systematic review and Alternative medicine. His Randomized controlled trial research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Clinical nutrition, Clinical trial and Clinical psychology. His Clinical trial study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Cochrane Library and Family medicine.
His primary scientific interests are in Psychological intervention, Intervention, Randomized controlled trial, Physical therapy and Public health. His Psychological intervention research includes themes of Environmental health, Gerontology, Family medicine and Health promotion. The Intervention study combines topics in areas such as Program evaluation, Pediatrics and Audit.
His Randomized controlled trial study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Clinical nutrition, Clinical trial and Protocol. His research in Physical therapy intersects with topics in Overweight and Head and neck cancer. His work deals with themes such as Cross-sectional study and Public relations, which intersect with Public health.
His primary areas of investigation include Psychological intervention, Public health, Intervention, Health promotion and Randomized controlled trial. The subject of his Psychological intervention research is within the realm of Nursing. In general Public health, his work in Population health is often linked to Food policy linking many areas of study.
The various areas that Luke Wolfenden examines in his Intervention study include Physical therapy and Environmental health. Luke Wolfenden studied Health promotion and Medical education that intersect with Inclusion and Implementation research. His Randomized controlled trial research incorporates elements of Disease cluster, Clinical trial and Health services research.
Luke Wolfenden focuses on Psychological intervention, Intervention, Public health, Environmental health and Health policy. His Psychological intervention research is within the category of Nursing. His Intervention research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Screen time, Obesity, Randomized controlled trial and Health promotion.
His research integrates issues of Food group and Service in his study of Randomized controlled trial. His studies deal with areas such as Cross-sectional study, Gerontology and Public relations as well as Public health. He has included themes like Health services research, MEDLINE and Population health in his Health policy study.
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The Global Syndemic of Obesity, Undernutrition, and Climate Change: The Lancet Commission report
Boyd A Swinburn;Boyd A Swinburn;Vivica I Kraak;Steven Allender;Vincent J Atkins.
Associations between characteristics of the home food environment and fruit and vegetable intake in preschool children: A cross-sectional study
Rebecca Wyse;Elizabeth Campbell;Nicole Nathan;Luke Wolfenden.
BMC Public Health (2011)
A cluster randomised trial of a telephone-based intervention for parents to increase fruit and vegetable consumption in their 3- to 5-year-old children: study protocol
Rebecca J Wyse;Luke Wolfenden;Elizabeth Campbell;Elizabeth Campbell;Leah Brennan.
BMC Public Health (2010)
Systematic Review of Universal Resilience-Focused Interventions Targeting Child and Adolescent Mental Health in the School Setting
Julia Dray;Jenny Bowman;Elizabeth Campbell;Megan Freund.
Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (2017)
Interventions for increasing fruit and vegetable consumption in children aged five years and under
Rebecca K Hodder;Fiona G Stacey;Kate M O'Brien;Rebecca J Wyse.
Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews (2017)
A systematic review and meta-analysis of moderate-to-vigorous physical activity levels in elementary school physical education lessons.
Jenna L. Hollis;Amanda J. Williams;Rachel Sutherland;Elizabeth Campbell.
Preventive Medicine (2016)
A systematic review and meta-analysis of moderate-to-vigorous physical activity levels in secondary school physical education lessons
Jenna L. Hollis;Rachel Sutherland;Amanda J. Williams;Elizabeth Campbell.
International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity (2017)
Strategies to improve the implementation of healthy eating, physical activity and obesity prevention policies, practices or programmes within childcare services
Luke Wolfenden;Jannah Jones;Christopher M Williams;Meghan Finch.
Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews (2016)
Parental influences on child physical activity and screen viewing time: a population based study
Benjamin John Smith;Anne Grunseit;Louise Hardy;Lesley King.
BMC Public Health (2010)
A guide to scaling up population health interventions
Andrew J Milat;Robyn Newson;Lesley King;Chris Rissel.
Public Health Research & Practice (2016)
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