Mr Paul Watts


NameMr Paul Watts
ORCIDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0003-1754-4031
Job titleSenior Lecturer
Email addressp.n.watts@uel.ac.uk
Research instituteHealth, Sport & Bioscience

Research outputs

The long-term health and wellbeing impacts of Healthy New Towns: a six-month feasibility study of Healthy New Town demonstrator sites in England

Harden, A., Rance, S., Watts, P., McGowan, V., Findlay, G., Bambra, C. and Brown, H. 2019. The long-term health and wellbeing impacts of Healthy New Towns: a six-month feasibility study of Healthy New Town demonstrator sites in England. National Institute for Health Research.

Minimum income for healthy living and frailty in adults over 65 years old in the English Longitudinal Study of Ageing: a population-based cohort study

Watts, P., Blane, David and Netuveli, Gopalakrishnan 2019. Minimum income for healthy living and frailty in adults over 65 years old in the English Longitudinal Study of Ageing: a population-based cohort study. BMJ Open. 9 (2), p. e025334.

The role of sports clubs in helping older people to stay active and prevent frailty: a longitudinal mediation analysis

Watts, P., Webb, Elizabeth and Netuveli, G. 2017. The role of sports clubs in helping older people to stay active and prevent frailty: a longitudinal mediation analysis. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity. 14, p. Art. 95.

Social, cognitive, behavioural and neighbourhood characteristics associated with sedentary time in men and women living in deprived neighbourhoods

Watts, P., Hayee Shahid, Mahwish, Bertotti, Marcello and Tobi, P. 2017. Social, cognitive, behavioural and neighbourhood characteristics associated with sedentary time in men and women living in deprived neighbourhoods. European Journal Of Sport Science. 17 (7), pp. 904-912.

Well London: Results of a community engagement approach to improving health among adolescents from areas of deprivation in London

Frostick, C., Watts, P., Netuveli, G., Renton, A. and Moore, D. 2017. Well London: Results of a community engagement approach to improving health among adolescents from areas of deprivation in London. Journal of Community Practice. 25 (2), pp. 235-252.

Clustering of lifestyle risk behaviours among residents of forty deprived neighbourhoods in London: lessons for targeting public health interventions

Watts, P., Buck, David, Netuveli, G. and Renton, A. 2015. Clustering of lifestyle risk behaviours among residents of forty deprived neighbourhoods in London: lessons for targeting public health interventions. Journal of Public Health. 38 (2), pp. 308-315.

A multilevel analysis of the association between social networks and support on leisure time physical activity: evidence from 40 disadvantaged areas in London

Yu, Ge, Renton, A., Schmidt, Elena, Tobi, Patrick, Bertotti, M., Watts, P. and Lais, Shahana 2011. A multilevel analysis of the association between social networks and support on leisure time physical activity: evidence from 40 disadvantaged areas in London. Health & Place. 17 (5), pp. 1023-1029.

The influence of environmental factors on the generalisability of public health research evidence: physical activity as a worked example

Watts, P., Phillips, Gemma, Harden, A. and Renton, A. 2011. The influence of environmental factors on the generalisability of public health research evidence: physical activity as a worked example. International Journal of Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity. 8 (1), pp. 1479-5868.
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