|Settings, systems and organization development: the Healthy Living and Working Model|
K Paton, S Sengupta, L Hassan
Health promotion international 20 (1), 81-89, 2005
|Prospective cohort study of mental health during imprisonment|
L Hassan, L Birmingham, MA Harty, M Jarrett, P Jones, C King, J Lathlean, ...
The British Journal of Psychiatry 198 (1), 37-42, 2011
|Identification and management of prisoners with severe psychiatric illness by specialist mental health services|
J Senior, L Birmingham, MA Harty, L Hassan, AJ Hayes, K Kendall, ...
Psychological Medicine 43 (7), 1511, 2013
|Data science for mental health: a UK perspective on a global challenge|
AM McIntosh, R Stewart, A John, DJ Smith, K Davis, C Sudlow, A Corvin, ...
The Lancet Psychiatry 3 (10), 993-998, 2016
|The management of released prisoners with severe and enduring mental illness|
C Lennox, J Senior, C King, L Hassan, R Clayton, G Thornicroft, J Shaw
The Journal of Forensic Psychiatry & Psychology 23 (1), 67-75, 2012
|Prevalence, associated factors and management of insomnia in prison populations: An integrative review|
LH Dewa, SD Kyle, L Hassan, J Shaw, J Senior
Sleep medicine reviews 24, 13-27, 2015
|Consensus statement on public involvement and engagement with data-intensive health research|
M Aitken, KH Jones, M Kaarakainen, F Lugg-Widger, K McGrail, ...
International Journal of Population Data Science 4 (1), 2019
|A national evaluation of prison mental health in-reach services|
J Shaw, J Senior, C Lowthian, K Foster, R Clayton, N Coxon, L Hassan
Offender Health Research Network, 2009
|Trouble sleeping inside: a cross-sectional study of the prevalence and associated risk factors of insomnia in adult prison populations in England|
LH Dewa, L Hassan, JJ Shaw, J Senior
Sleep medicine 32, 129-136, 2017
|Level of mental health intervention and clinical need among inmates with mental illness in five English jails|
L Hassan, MS Rahman, C King, J Senior, J Shaw
Psychiatric Services 63 (12), 1218-1224, 2012
|Investigating the extent to which patients should control access to patient records for research: a deliberative process using citizens’ juries|
MP Tully, K Bozentko, S Clement, A Hunn, L Hassan, R Norris, M Oswald, ...
Journal of medical Internet research 20 (3), e112, 2018
|Tea, talk and technology: patient and public involvement to improve connected health ‘wearables’ research in dementia|
L Hassan, C Swarbrick, C Sanders, A Parker, M Machin, MP Tully, ...
Research involvement and engagement 3 (1), 12, 2017
|A comparison of psychotropic medication prescribing patterns in East of England prisons and the general population|
L Hassan, J Senior, M Frisher, D Edge, J Shaw
Journal of psychopharmacology 28 (4), 357-362, 2014
|Prevalence and appropriateness of psychotropic medication prescribing in a nationally representative cross-sectional survey of male and female prisoners in England|
L Hassan, J Senior, RT Webb, M Frisher, MP Tully, D While, JJ Shaw
BMC psychiatry 16 (1), 346, 2016
|Presentation of laboratory test results in patient portals: influence of interface design on risk interpretation and visual search behaviour|
P Fraccaro, M Vigo, P Balatsoukas, SN van der Veer, L Hassan, ...
BMC medical informatics and decision making 18 (1), 1-12, 2018
|Staff and patient perspectives on the purpose of psychotropic prescribing in prisons: care or control?|
L Hassan, D Edge, J Senior, J Shaw
General hospital psychiatry 35 (4), 433-438, 2013
|Continuity of supply of psychiatric medicines for newly received prisoners|
L Hassan, J Senior, D Edge, J Shaw
The Psychiatrist 35 (7), 244-248, 2011
|Prisoners holding their own medications during imprisonment in England and Wales: A survey and qualitative exploration of staff and prisoners' views|
L Hassan, J Weston, J Senior, J Shaw
Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health 22 (1), 29-40, 2012
|Reasons for underreporting of uremic pruritus in people with chronic kidney disease: a qualitative study|
G Aresi, HC Rayner, L Hassan, JO Burton, S Mitra, C Sanders, ...
Journal of pain and symptom management 58 (4), 578-586. e2, 2019
|Britain Breathing: using the experience sampling method to collect the seasonal allergy symptoms of a country|
M Vigo, L Hassan, W Vance, C Jay, A Brass, S Cruickshank
Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 25 (1), 88-92, 2018