Dr Louise Hayes
- Email: email@example.com
- Telephone: +44 (0) 191 208 5711
- Address: Institute of Health and Society
Senior Research Associate and Research Methodologist for NIHR RDS-NE
PhD Why are some obese individuals metabolically normal?
MSc (Distinction) Social Research, University of Northumbria, 1998
BA Business Studies (First Class Honours), University of Northumbria, 1995
1999-2005 Research Associate, School of Clinical Medical Sciences, University of Newcastle
2003-2004 Research Fellow, School of Health & Social Care, University of Teesside
1995-1998 Junior Research Associate, Department of Psychiatry, University of Newcastle
My main research interest is in understanding the determinants of metabolic abnormalities associated with obesity and the role of physical activity in mitigating the relationship between obesity and diabetes risk.
My other research interests include:
- Assessing the public health importance of diabetes, obesity and related conditions in economically and socially disadvantaged populations
- Evaluating measures for the prevention of diabetes, obesity and related conditions, particularly in economically and socially disadvantaged populations
- Inequalities in cancer treatment and survival
I am currently involved in a SPHR funded project to explore age related inequalities in receipt of treatment for and survival from colorectal cancer.
I have been involved in the physical activity component of an NIHR funded trial of a lifestyle intervention to improve glycaemic control in obese pregnant women (UPBEAT) and in research into the relationship between objectively measured physical activity and maternal blood glucose during pregnancy. This is an area of research that I am keen to pursue.
In my role as a methodologist for the NIHR Research Design Service North East I have advised on the design of a wide range of studies, including trials and observational studies.
I deliver sessions on epidemiology to undergraduate students on the MBBS and Biomedical Sciences BSc Honours programmes.
I am the module lead for the Introduction to Research Study Design & Statistics (e-learning) module, which is one of the modules offered by Clinical and Health Sciences with Clinical Research MSc, PGDip, PGCert.
I deliver sessions for the Introduction to Quantitative Research Methods and Applied Epidemiology modules on the MSc in Public Health and Health Services Research.
I currently supervise one PhD student, one MD student and two MRes students.
- Yarnall AJ, Hayes L, Hawthorne GC, Candlish CA, Aspray TJ. Diabetes in care homes: current care standards and residents' experience. Diabetic Medicine 2012, 29(1), 132-135.
- Hayes L, Kinnunen T, Robson S, McParlin C, Poston L, Bell R. Factors associated with level of physical activity in obese pregnant women participating in the Upbeat pilot trial [Abstract]. In: 15th Annual Conference of the British Maternal and Fetal Medicine Society. 2012, Glasgow, UK: BMJ Group.
- Hayes L, Hawthorne G, Unwin N. Undiagnosed diabetes in the over-60s: performance of the Association of Public Health Observatories (APHO) Diabetes Prevalence Model in a general practice. Diabetic Medicine 2012, 29(1), 115-120.
- Yarnall AJ, Hayes L, Hawthorne GC, Candlish C, Aspray TJ. Diabetes in care homes: Residents' experience of care. In: Age and Ageing: Communications to the British Geriatrics Society Spring Meeting. 2011, Liverpool: Oxford University Press.
- Lie M, Hayes L, Barned NL, May C, White M, Bell R. Preventing type 2 diabetes after gestational diabetes: qualitative studies with postnatal women to inform intervention development. In: Annals of Human Biology. Intergenerational and Familial Influences on Obesity and Related Conditions: 52nd Symposium of the Society for the Study of Human Biology. 2011, University of Durham, UK: Informa Healthcare.
- Hayes L, Pearce MS, Unwin NC. Lifecourse predictors of normal metabolic parameters in overweight and obese adults. International Journal of Obesity 2006, 30(6), 970-976.
- Pearce MS, Hayes L. Self-reported smoking status and exhaled carbon monoxide: Results from two population-based epidemiologic studies in the north of England. Chest 2005, 128(3), 1233-1238.
- Mugusi F, Edwards R, Hayes L, Unwin N, Mbanya J-C, Whiting D, Sobngwi E, Rashid S. Prevalence of wheeze and self-reported asthma and asthma care in an urban and rural area of Tanzania and Cameroon. Tropical Doctor 2004, 34(4), 209-214.
- Whiting DR, Hayes L, Unwin NC. Challenges to health care for diabetes in Africa. Journal of Cardiovascular Risk 2003, 10(2), 103-110.
- Hayes L, White M, Unwin N, Bhopal R, Fischbacher C. Patterns of physical activity - Reply. Journal of Public Health Medicine 2003, 25(3), 275-276.
- Bhopal R, Hayes L, White M, Unwin N, Harland J, Ayis S, Alberti G. Ethnic and socio-economic inequalities in coronary heart disease, diabetes and risk factors in Europeans and South Asians. Journal of Public Health Medicine 2002, 24(2), 95-105.
- Hayes L, White M, Unwin N, Bhopal R, Fischbacher C, Harland J, Alberti KGMM. Patterns of physical activity and relationship with risk markers for cardiovascular disease and diabetes in Indian, Pakistani, Bangladeshi and European adults in a UK population. Journal of Public Health Medicine 2002, 24(3), 170-178.
- Carlin L, Aspray T, Edwards R, Hayes L, Kitange H, Unwin N, Populations and the Health of in Transition Research Group. Civilisation and its discontents: non-communicable disease, metabolic syndrome and rural-urban migration in Tanzania. Urban Anthropology 2001, 30, 51-70.
- Carlin L, Aspray T, Edwards R, Hayes L, Kitange H, Unwin N. Civilization and its discontents: Non-communicable disease, metabolic syndrome and rural-urban migration in Tanzania. Urban Anthropology and Studies of Cultural Systems and World Economic Development 2001, 30(1), 51-70.
- Unwin N, Setel P, Rashid S, Mugusi F, Mbanya JC, Kitange H, Hayes L, Edwards R, Aspray T, Alberti KG. Noncommunicable diseases in sub-Saharan Africa: where do they feature in the health research agenda?. Bulletin of the World Health Organization 2001, 79(10), 947-953.
- Bhopal R, Unwin N, White M, Yallop J, Walker L, Alberti KGMM, Harland J, Patel S, Ahmad N, Turner C, Watson B, Kaur D, Kulkarni A, Laker M, Tavridou A. Heterogeneity of coronary heart disease risk factors in Indian, Pakistani, Bangladeshi, and European origin populations: Cross sectional study. British Medical Journal 1999, 319(7204), 215-220.
- P. Barker, Walker, L., Pearson, P. Extending the role of the community mental health nurse. British Journal of Community Nursing 1998, 3, 496-500.
- L. Walker,P. Barker. The required role of the CPN: uniformity or flexibility?. Clinical Effectiveness in Nursing 1998, 2, 21-29.
- S. Parsons,L. Walker. Treatment of people with a personality disorder in primary health care settings. Mental Health Practice 1998, 1, 16-20.
- Heslehurst N, Vieira R, Hayes L, Crowe L, Jones D, Robalino S, SLack L, Rankin J. Maternal body mass index and post-term birth: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Obesity Reviews 2017, 18(3), 293–308.
- Dickinson C, Dow J, Gibson G, Hayes L, Robalino S, Robinson L. Psychosocial intervention for carers of people with dementia: What components are most effective and when? A systematic review of systematic reviews. International Psychogeriatrics 2017, 29(1), 31-43.
- Hayes L, Shaw S, Pearce MS, Forsyth RJ. Requirements for and current provision of rehabilitation services for children after severe acquired brain injury in the UK: a population-based study. Archives of Disease in Childhood 2017, 102(9), 813-820.
- Embleton NE, Stephenson S, Campbell C, Hayes L, Richards J, Rankin J. Butterfly project: supporting parents who have lost a baby from a multiple pregnancy. Infant 2016, 12(6), 1-2.
- Forsyth R, Hayes L, Pearce M, Wales L, Dunford C. Marked variability in inpatient paediatric rehabilitation pathways in the UK: Does this matter?. In: International Brain Injury Association’s Eleventh World Congress on Brain Injury. 2016, The Hague, The Netherlands: Taylor & Francis.
- Hayes L, Bell R, Robson SC, Poston L. Physical activity in the UK Pregnancy Better Eating and Physical Activity Trial (UPBEAT). In: Diabetes UK Professional Conference 2016. 2016, Glasgow, UK: Wiley-Blackwell.
- Heslehurst N, Vieira R, Hayes L, Crowe L, Jones D, Robalino S, Slack E, Rankin J. The association between maternal body mass index (BMI), prolonged pregnancy (PP; ≥41 weeks gestation) and post-term birth (PTB; ≥42 weeks gestation): a systematic review with meta-analysis. In: British Maternal and Fetal Medicine Society. 2016, University of Birmingham, UK: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Ltd.
- Patel NR, Pasupathy D, Flynn AC, Hayes L, Levin JG, Singh C, Briley AL, Seed PT, Poston L, UPBEAT Consortium. The UPBEAT Behavioural Intervention in Obese Pregnant Women - Maternal and Infant Follow-Up 6 Months Postpartum. In: 63rd Annual Meeting of the Society for Reproductive Investigation. 2016, Montreal, Canada: Sage Publications, Inc.
- Hayes L, Mcparlin C, Kinnunen TI, Poston L, Robson SC, Bell R, UPBEAT Consortium. Change in level of physical activity during pregnancy in obese women: findings from the UPBEAT pilot trial. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 2015, 15, 52.
- Hayes L, Richards J, Crowe L, Campbell C, Embleton ND, Rankin J. Development of guidelines for health professionals supporting parents who have lost a baby from a multiple pregnancy. Infant 2015, 11(5), 164-166.
- Poston L, Bell R, Croker H, Flynn AC, Godfrey KM, Goff L, Hayes L, Khazaezadeh N, Nelson SM, Oteng-Ntim E, Pasupathy D, Patel N, Robson SC, Sandall J, Sanders TAB, Sattar N, Seed PT, Wardle J, Whitworth MK, Briley AL, UPBEAT Trial Consortium. Effect of a behavioural intervention in obese pregnant women (the UPBEAT study): a multicentre, randomised controlled trial. Lancet Diabetes & Endocinology 2015, 3(10), 767-777.
- Hayes L, Bell R, Heslehurst N, Poston L. Low physical activity as a risk factor for gestational diabetes in obese white women and black women participating in the UK Better Eating and Activity Trial (UPBEAT). pilot trial. In: Diabetes UK Professional Conference. 2015, London, UK: Wiley-Blackwell.
- Hayes L, Bell R, Robson S, Poston L, on behalf of the UPBEAT Consortium. Association between Physical Activity in Obese Pregnant Women and Pregnancy Outcomes: The UPBEAT Pilot Study. Annals of Nutrition and Metabolism 2014, 64(3-4), 239-246.
- Smith G, Hayes L. Diabetes in the elderly living in care homes. Revista Clinica Espanola 2014, 214(9), 517-518.
- Tran A, Hayes L, McNally R, Unwin N, Bhopal R, White M. Contribution of Behavioural Risk Factors and Socio-Economic Position to Mortality in British South Asian and European Adults: 17 year follow-up of the Newcastle Heart Project Cohort. In: 57th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Society for Social Medicine. 2013, Brighton and Sussex Medical School, UK: BMJ Publishing Group.
- Poston L, Briley AL, Barr S, Bell R, Croker H, Coxon K, Essex HN, Hunt C, Hayes L, Howard LM, Khazaezadeh N, Kinnunen T, Nelson SM, Oteng-Ntim E, Robson SC, Sattar N, Seed PT, Wardle J, Sanders TAB, Sandall J. Developing a complex intervention for diet and activity behaviour change in obese pregnant women (the UPBEAT trial); assessment of behavioural change and process evaluation in a pilot randomised controlled trial. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 2013, 13, 148.
- Poston L, Briley AL, Barr S, Bell R, Croker H, Coxon K, Essex H, Hunt CL, Hayes L, Howard LM, Khazaezadeh N, Kinnunen T, Nelson SM, Otegn-Ntim E, Robson SC, Sattar N, Seed PT, Wardle J, Sanders TAB, Sandall J. Developing a complex intervention for diet and activity behaviour change in obese pregnant women (the UPBEAT trial); assessment of behavioural change and process evaluation in a pilot randomised controlled trial. BMC Pregnancy & Childbirth 2013, 13(1), 148.
- Mann KD, Hayes L, Basterfield L, Parker L, Pearce MS. Differing lifecourse associations with sport-, occupational- and household-based physical activity at age 49-51 years: the Newcastle Thousand Families Study. International Journal of Public Health 2013, 58(1), 79-88.
- Lie MLS, Hayes L, Lewis-Barned NJ, May C, White M, Bell R. Preventing Type 2 diabetes after gestational diabetes: women's experiences and implications for diabetes prevention interventions. Diabetic Medicine 2013, 30(8), 986-993.
- Hayes L, Bilous R, Bilous M, Brandon H, Crowder D, Emmerson C, Lewis-Barned N, Bell R. Universal screening to identify gestational diabetes: A multi-centre study in the North of England. Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice 2013, 100(3), e74-e77.
- Hayes L, Bilous R, Bilous M, Brandon H, Crowder D, Emmerson C, Lewis-Barned N, Bell R. Universal screening to identify gestational diabetes: a multi-centre study in the North of England. Diabetes Research & Clinical Practice 2013, 100(3), e74-e77.
- Ekali LG, Johnstone LK, Echouffo-Tcheugui JB, Kouanfack C, Dehayem MY, Fezeu L, Nouthe B, Hayes L, Unwin NC, Sobngwi E. Fasting blood glucose and insulin sensitivity are unaffected by HAART duration in Cameroonians on first line ARV treatment. Diabetes & Metabolism 2012, 39(1), 71-77.
- Hayes L, Unwin NC. Epidemiology of diabetes in the elderly. In: Hawthorne, G, ed. Diabetes Care for Older People in Clinical Practice. London: Springer, 2011.
- Azubuike SO, Muirhead C, Hayes L, McNally R. Rising global burden of breast cancer: the case of sub-Saharan Africa (with emphasis on Nigeria) and implications for regional development: a review. World Journal of Surgical Oncology 2018, 16, 63.
- Hayes L, White M, McNally R, Unwin N, Tran A, Bhopal R. Do cardiometabolic, behavioural and socioeconomic factors explain the 'healthy migrant effect' in the UK? Linked mortality follow-up of South Asians compared to white Europeans in the Newcastle Heart Project. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 2017, 71(9), 863-869.
- Patel N, Godfrey KM, Pasupathy D, Levin J, Flynn AC, Hayes L, Briley AL, Bell R, Lawlor DA, Oteng-Ntim E, Nelson SM, Robson SC, Sattar N, Singh C, Wardle J, White SL, Seed PT, Poston L, on behalf of the UPBEAT Consortium. Infant adiposity following a randomised controlled trial of a behavioural intervention in obese pregnancy. International Journal of Obesity 2017, 41(7), 1018-1026.