Ms Jane Wills


NameMs Jane Wills
Job titleProfessor of Health Promotion
Organisational UnitHealth and Social Care
ORCIDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0001-9564-0075

Research outputs

IUHPE Position statement on health literacy: a practical vision for a health literate world

Bröder, J, Chang, P, Kickbusch, I, Levin-Zamir, D, McElhinney, E, Nutbeam, D, Okan, O, Osborne, R, Pelikan, J, Rootman, I, Rowlands, G, Nunes-Saboga, L, Simmons, R, Sørensen, K, Van den Broucke, S, Velardo, S, Wills, J and International Union for Health Promotion and Education (2018). IUHPE Position statement on health literacy: a practical vision for a health literate world. Montreal, Canada International Union of Health Promotion and Education. doi:10.1177/1757975918814421

How parents describe the positive aspects of parenting a child who has intellectual disabilities: a systematic review and narrative synthesis

Wills, J and Beighton, C (2019). How parents describe the positive aspects of parenting a child who has intellectual disabilities: a systematic review and narrative synthesis. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities.

Shaping alcohol health literacy: a systematic concept analysis and review

Sykes, S, Wills, J, Okan, O and Rowlands, G (2019). Shaping alcohol health literacy: a systematic concept analysis and review. Health Literacy Research and Practice.

Gender and health literacy: men’s health beliefs and behavior in Trinidad

Wills, J., Sykes, S., Hardy, S., Joshua, K., Moorley, C. and Ocho, O (2019). Gender and health literacy: men’s health beliefs and behavior in Trinidad. Health Promotion International.

Nurses as role models in health promotion: piloting the acceptability of a social marketing campaign.

Wills, J, Kelly, M and Frings, D (2018). Nurses as role models in health promotion: piloting the acceptability of a social marketing campaign. Journal of Advanced Nursing. 75 (2), pp. 423-431.

Human Biology and Health

Cedar, SH (2015). Human Biology and Health. in: Naidoo, J and Wills, J (ed.) Health Studies An Introduction Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 23-47

Challenges and opportunities in building critical health literacy

Sykes, SM and Wills, JD (2018). Challenges and opportunities in building critical health literacy. Global Health Promotion.

Systematic review: What works to address obesity in nurses

Wills, JD and Kelly, M (2018). Systematic review: What works to address obesity in nurses. Occupational Medicine. 68 (4), pp. 228-238.

Do nurses' personal health behaviours impact on their health promotion practice: a systematic review

Kelly, M, Wills, JD and Sykes, SM (2017). Do nurses' personal health behaviours impact on their health promotion practice: a systematic review. International Journal of Nursing Studies. 76, pp. 62-77.

Obesity prevalence among healthcare professionals in England: a cross-sectional study using the health survey for England

Kyle, RG, Wills, JD, Mahoney, C, Hoyle, L, Kelly, M and Atherton, IM (2017). Obesity prevalence among healthcare professionals in England: a cross-sectional study using the health survey for England. BMJ Open. 7 (12).

Investigating the attitudes of nurses who are obese.

Wills, JD and Kelly, M (2017). Investigating the attitudes of nurses who are obese. Nursing Standard. 31 (46), pp. 42-48.

The health literacy dyad: the contribution of future GPs in England

Wills, JD, Groene, O, Rowlands, G and Rudd, R (2017). The health literacy dyad: the contribution of future GPs in England. Education for primary care : an official publication of the Association of Course Organisers, National Association of GP Tutors, World Organisation of Family Doctors.

The Role of Community Development in Building Critical Health Literacy

Sykes, SM, Wills, JD and Popple, K (2017). The Role of Community Development in Building Critical Health Literacy. Community Development Journal.

What works to encourage student nurses to adopt healthier lifestyles? Findings from an intervention study.

Wills, JD and Kelly, M (2016). What works to encourage student nurses to adopt healthier lifestyles? Findings from an intervention study. Nurse Education Today. 48, pp. 180-184.

Should nurses be role models for healthy lifestyles? Results from a modified Delphi study.

Kelly, M, Wills, JD, Jester, R and Speller, V (2017). Should nurses be role models for healthy lifestyles? Results from a modified Delphi study. Journal of Advanced Nursing. 73 (3), pp. 665-678.

Using community development to build critical health literacy

Sykes, SM, Wills, JD and Crichton, N (2016). Using community development to build critical health literacy. 4th Health Literacy Conference - Health Literacy. Glasgow 18 Mar 2016 London South Bank University.

Troubled, Troubling or in Trouble: The Stories of ‘Troubled Families’

Wills, JD, Whittaker, AJ, Rickard, W and Felix, C (2016). Troubled, Troubling or in Trouble: The Stories of ‘Troubled Families’. British Journal of Social Work.

Are parents identifying positive aspects to parenting their child with an intellectual disability or are they just coping? A qualitative exploration

Beighton, C and Wills, JD (2016). Are parents identifying positive aspects to parenting their child with an intellectual disability or are they just coping? A qualitative exploration. Journal of Intellectual Disabilities.

Healthy universities: an example of a whole-system health-promoting setting

Newton, J, Dooris, M and Wills, JD (2016). Healthy universities: an example of a whole-system health-promoting setting. Global Health Promotion. 23 (Supp 1), pp. 57 - 65.

How is rising obesity tackled in China and Europe?

Wills, JD and Liu, T (2016). How is rising obesity tackled in China and Europe? European Journal of Oriental Medicine. 8 (3).
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