2015 - Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh
As a member of one scientific family, Sally Wyke mostly works in the field of Intervention (counseling), focusing on Nursing and, on occasion, Quality of life (healthcare). Many of her studies on Internal medicine apply to Asthma as well. Her Asthma study frequently links to related topics such as Internal medicine. She regularly ties together related areas like General practice in her Family medicine studies. As part of her studies on Randomized controlled trial, Sally Wyke often connects relevant areas like Blinding. Her work on Blinding is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Randomized controlled trial. Attendance is closely attributed to Economic growth in her research. Her study brings together the fields of Attendance and Economic growth. She combines topics linked to Machine learning with her work on Self-management.
Her research in Compendium tackles topics such as Archaeology which are related to areas like Terrorism and Context (archaeology). She undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Context (archaeology) and Archaeology through her works. Her biological study deals with issues like Economic growth, which deal with fields such as Health care and Social deprivation. She combines Health care and Economic growth in her studies. She focuses mostly in the field of Goal pursuit, narrowing it down to topics relating to Social psychology and, in certain cases, Goal setting. Sally Wyke undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Goal setting and Social psychology through her research. Her Environmental health research is intertwined with Human health and Population. Human health is frequently linked to Environmental health in her study. Many of her studies on Population apply to Demography as well.
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Epidemiology of multimorbidity and implications for health care, research, and medical education: a cross-sectional study
Karen Barnett;Stewart W Mercer;Michael Norbury;Graham Watt.
The Lancet (2012)
Health and Illness in a Connected World: How Might Sharing Experiences on the Internet Affect People's Health?
Sue Ziebland;Sally Wyke.
Milbank Quarterly (2012)
Competing explanations for associations between marital status and health
Sally Wyke;Graeme Ford.
Social Science & Medicine (1992)
A gender-sensitised weight loss and healthy living programme for overweight and obese men delivered by Scottish Premier League football clubs (FFIT): a pragmatic randomised controlled trial
Kate Hunt;Sally Wyke;Cindy M Gray;Annie S Anderson.
The Lancet (2014)
Self-managing and managing self: practical and moral dilemmas in accounts of living with chronic illness:
Anne Townsend;Sally Wyke;Kate Hunt.
Chronic Illness (2006)
Multimorbidity in primary care: developing the research agenda.
Stewart W. Mercer;Susan M. Smith;Sally Wyke;Tom O'dowd.
Family Practice (2009)
Managing multiple morbidity in mid-life: a qualitative study of attitudes to drug use
Anne Townsend;Kate Hunt;Sally Wyke.
Advanced provision of emergency contraception does not reduce abortion rates
Anna Glasier;Karen Fairhurst;Sally Wyke;Sue Ziebland.
Goal setting and action planning in the rehabilitation setting: development of a theoretically informed practice framework
Lesley Scobbie;Diane Dixon;Sally Wyke.
Clinical Rehabilitation (2011)
The West of Scotland twenty-07 - health in the community
S. Macintyre;E. Annandale;R. Ecob;G. Ford.
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