Items where Creator is "Cooke, Samuel"

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Article

Cooke, Samuel, Nelson, David, Green, Heidi, McPeake, Kathie, Gussy, Mark and Kane, Ros (2022) Rapid systematic review on developing web-based interventions to support people affected by cancer. BMJ Open, 12 (9). e062026. ISSN electronic ISSN

Akanuwe, Joseph, Cooke, Samuel, Henderson, Hannah and Kane, Ros (2022) Exploring the perceptions and acceptability of an integrated lifestyle database for public health research and service commissioning: a qualitative study. Perspectives in Public Health . ISSN 1757-9139

Cooke, Samuel, Pennington, Kyla, Jones, Arwel, Bridle, Christopher, Smith, Mark F and Curtis, Ffion (2020) Effects of exercise, cognitive, and dual-task interventions on cognition in type 2 diabetes mellitus: A systematic review and meta-analysis. PLoS ONE, 15 (5). e0232958. ISSN e0232958

Cooke, Samuel, Curtis, Ffion, Bridle, Christopher, Jones, Arwel, Robinson, Hayley and Simmons, Laura (2017) Investigating the effect of exercise, cognitive, and dual-task interventions upon cognitive function in type 2 diabetes mellitus: systematic review protocol. PROSPERO: International prospective register of systematic reviews . ISSN .

Paper or Report

Green, Heidi, Nelson, David, Cooke, Samuel, McPeake, Kathie, Gussy, Mark and Kane, Ros (2022) Developing Shared Lives®: Cancer Implementation of an innovative digital health tool to promote academic data sharing and to support those affected by cancer Final Report. Project Report. University of Lincoln.

Conference or Workshop contribution

Cooke, Samuel, Nelson, David, Green, Heidi, McPeake, Kathie, Gussy, Mark and Kane, Ros (2022) Developing web-based interventions to support people affected by cancer: Findings from a rapid systematic review. In: IPOS 2022, 29th August - 1st September, Toronto, Canada.

Kane, Ros, Green, Heidi, Nelson, David, Cooke, Samuel, McPeake, Kathie and Gussy, Mark (2022) ‘Shared Lives®: Cancer’ an innovative digital health tool to support people affected by cancer by making lived experience research publicly accessible. In: IPOS 2022, 29th August - 1st September, Toronto, Canada.

McLeod, Ben, Cooke, Samuel, Kane, Ros, Gussy, Mark and Nelson, David (2022) A rapid systematic review on the experiences of cancer survivors who resided in rural areas during the Covid-19 pandemic. In: Rethinking Remote 2022, 28th-29th April, Aviemore, Scotland.

Green, Heidi A., Nelson, David, Cooke, Samuel, McPeake, Kathie, Gussy, Mark and Kane, Ros (2022) Innovating e-health: Shared Lives®: Cancer. In: EANS Winter E-Summit 2022, 21/02/2022, Online.

Green, Heidi. A, Nelson, David, McPeak, Kathie, Cooke, Samuel and Kane, Ros (2021) Shared Lives Cancer: An update on the development of an innovative digital health tool to support those affected by cancer. In: NCRI Conference 2021 'NCRI Festival', 8-12 November 2021, Online.

Cooke, Samuel, Jones, Arwel, Bridle, Christopher, Smith, Mark F., Pennington, Kyla and Curtis, Ffion (2017) Investigating the effect of exercise, cognitive and dual-task interventions upon cognitive function in type 2 diabetes mellitus: a systematic review and meta-analysis. In: Psychology Presence in the Midlands 2017, 13 Sept 2017, Derby.

Thesis

Cooke, Samuel (2020) The development and evaluation of exercise, cognitive, and dual-task interventions targeting cognitive dysfunction in type 2 diabetes mellitus. PhD thesis, University of Lincoln.

Other

McLeod, Ben, Cooke, Samuel, Kane, Ros, Gussy, Mark and Nelson, David (2022) A protocol for a rapid systematic review on the experiences of cancer survivors who reside in rural areas during the Covid-19 pandemic. Open Science Framework.

Nelson, David, Cooke, Samuel, Green, Heidi, McPeake, Kathie, Gussy, Mark and Kane, Ros (2021) Developing web-based interventions to support people living with and affected by cancer: a protocol for a rapid review. Open Science Framework.

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