Dr Louise Tanner
Research Associate (Evidence Synthesis)
- Email: email@example.com
- Telephone: +44 (0) 191 208 5439
- Address: Institute of Health and Society
The Baddiley-Clark Building
Newcastle upon Tyne
I have two BSc (Hons) degrees, in Applied Psychology (2:1) and in Biology (also 2:1), from Durham University; regarding my post grad. qualifications, I have a PG Cert. in Public Health and Health Services Research (pass with merit), an MSc in Social Science and Health Research (pass with distinction) and a PhD (in recognition of a thesis entitled ‘What determines spatiotemporal variations in cold-weather-related mortality in England?’), all from Newcastle University.
Area of expertise
- Quantitative public health research
- PhD (2016) , Newcastle University.
- MSc (2012) Social Science and Health Research (with distinction), Newcastle University.
- PG Cert. (2011) Public Health and Health Services Research (with Merit), Newcastle University.
- BSc (2009) Biology (2.1), Durham University
- BSc (2006) Applied Psychology (2.1), Durham University
Systematic review of early childhood caries: Which is the best way to maintain the health of the primary dentition?
I am interested in quantitative epidemiology and disease mechanisms
MSc in Public Health and Health Services Research
- Dissertation Supervisor
- MSc in Public Health and Health Services Research - Introduction to systematic reviewing and critical appraisal
- Tanner LM, Moffatt S, Milne E, Mills SDH, White M. Socio-economic and behavioural risk factors for adverse winter health and social outcomes in economically developed countries: a systematic review of quantitative observational studies. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 2013, 67(12), 1061-1067.
- Mills SD, Tanner LM, Adams J. Systematic literature review of the effects of food and drink advertising on food and drink-related behaviour, attitudes and beliefs in adult populations. Obesity Reviews 2013, 14(4), 303-314.