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Byrne J, Pickett K, Rietdijk W, Shepherd J, Grace M, Roderick P.  A Longitudinal Study to Explore the Impact of Preservice Teacher Health Training on Early Career Teachers’ Roles as Health Promoters. Pedagogy in Health Promotion. 2016.

Shepherd J, Harden A, Barnett-Page E, Kavanagh J, Picot J, Frampton GK, Cooper K, Hartwell DL, Clegg AJ.  Using process data to understand outcomes in sexual health promotion: an example from a review of school-based programmes to prevent sexually transmitted infections. Health Education Research 2014.

Dewhirst S, Pickett K, Speller V, Shepherd J, Byrne J, Almond P, Grace M, Hartwell D, Roderick P. Are trainee teachers being adequately prepared to promote the health and well-being of school children? A survey of current practice.  Journal Public Health (Oxf). 2013 Oct 29. [Epub ahead of print]

Shepherd J, Dewhirst S, Pickett K, Byrne J, Speller V, Grace M, et al. Factors facilitating and constraining the delivery of effective teacher training to promote health and well-being in schools: a survey of current practice and systematic review. Public Health Research 2013;1(2)

Shepherd J, Pickett, K, Dewhirst, S, Byrne, J, Grace, M, Speller, V, Almond, P, Hartwell D, and Roderick, P. R. Training teachers for the public health workforce: a systematic mapping and synthesis of effectiveness and processes. Poster presentation at Public Health Science: A National Conference Dedicated to New Research in UK Public Health.  November 2013. The Lancet 382(Supplement 3), S90. 2013. London.

Shepherd J, Dewhirst S, Pickett K, Byrne J, Speller V, Grace M, Almond P, Hartwell DL, Roderick PR. Factors facilitating and constraining the delivery of effective teacher training to promote health and well-being in schools – a survey of current practice. Poster presentation at Public Health Science: A national conference dedicated to new research in public health. November 2012, Royal Society of Medicine, London.

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