Items where Author is "Marshall, A."
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Chapter in book
Henwood, F., Harris, R., Burdett, S. and Marshall, A. (2008) Health intermediaries? Positioning the public library in e-health discourse In: Wathen, C.N., Wyatt, S. and Harris, R., eds. Mediating Health Information: The Go-Betweens in a Changing Socio-Technical Landscape. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, pp. 38-55. ISBN 9780230201200
Marshall, A. (2004) ICTs for health promotion in the community: a participative approach. In: Day, P. and Schuler, D., eds. Community practice in the network society: local action/global interaction. Routledge, London, UK, pp. 78-91. ISBN 0415301955
Contribution to conference proceedings in the public domain
Marshall, A., Henwood, F., Carlin, L., Guy, E.S. and Smith, H. (2011) Involving people in e-health: results from a UK research study on the potential of ICTs to support weight management In: ISHIMR 2011: Proceedings of the Fifteenth International Symposium for Health Information Management Research, 2011, University of Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland.
Marshall, A., Henwood, F., Carlin, L., Guy, E.S. and Smith, H. (2010) In the balance: report of a research study exploring information for weight management Libri, 60. pp. 142-152. ISSN 0024-2667
Report (for external body)
Marshall, A., Moore, N. and Wallis, M. (2005) The museums, libraries and archives workforce in the South East of England [Report (for external body)]
Moore, N., Wallis, M. and Marshall, A. (2002) Collaboration in research library provision: an international review [Report (for external body)]
Wallis, M., Moore, N. and Marshall, A. (2002) Reading our future: evaluation of the DCMS/Wolfson public libraries challenge fund 2000-2001 [Report (for external body)]
Other form of assessable output
Henwood, F., Marshall, A., Guy, E.S., Carlin, L. and Smith, H. (2009) Final report on the Net.Weight project SASS, Brighton. (Unpublished)
Pemberton, L., Marshall, A. and Banks, Laura (2006) Using digital media to access information and good practice for paid carers of older people Social Care Institute for Excellence.