Shona Hilton
Shona Hilton
MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit, University of Glasgow
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Newsprint media representations of the introduction of the HPV vaccination programme for cervical cancer prevention in the UK (2005–2008)
S Hilton, K Hunt, M Langan, H Bedford, M Petticrew
Social science & medicine 70 (6), 942-950, 2010
Combined vaccines are like a sudden onslaught to the body's immune system’: Parental concerns about vaccine ‘overload’and ‘immune-vulnerability
S Hilton, M Petticrew, K Hunt
Vaccine 24 (20), 4321-4327, 2006
Escalating coverage of obesity in UK newspapers: the evolution and framing of the “obesity epidemic” from 1996 to 2010
S Hilton, C Patterson, A Teyhan
Obesity 20 (8), 1688-1695, 2012
UK newspapers' representations of the 2009–10 outbreak of swine flu: one health scare not over-hyped by the media?
S Hilton, K Hunt
J Epidemiol Community Health 65 (10), 941-946, 2011
Young adults' experiences of seeking online information about diabetes and mental health in the age of social media
G Fergie, S Hilton, K Hunt
Health Expectations 19 (6), 1324-1335, 2016
Disclosing a cancer diagnosis to friends and family: a gendered analysis of young men's and women's experiences
S Hilton, C Emslie, K Hunt, A Chapple, S Ziebland
Qualitative health research 19 (6), 744-754, 2009
Have men been overlooked? A comparison of young men and women's experiences of chemotherapy‐induced alopecia
S Hilton, K Hunt, C Emslie, M Salinas, S Ziebland
Psycho‐Oncology: Journal of the Psychological, Social and Behavioral …, 2008
Bar workers' exposure to second-hand smoke: the effect of Scottish smoke-free legislation on occupational exposure
S Semple, L Maccalman, AA Naji, S Dempsey, S Hilton, BG Miller, ...
Annals of Occupational Hygiene 51 (7), 571-580, 2007
Social media as a space for support: young adults' perspectives on producing and consuming user-generated content about diabetes and mental health
G Fergie, K Hunt, S Hilton
Social Science & Medicine 170, 46-54, 2016
What young people want from health-related online resources: a focus group study
G Fergie, K Hunt, S Hilton
Journal of youth studies 16 (5), 579-596, 2013
Parents' champions vs. vested interests: who do parents believe about MMR? A qualitative study
S Hilton, M Petticrew, K Hunt
BMC Public Health 7 (1), 1-8, 2007
Effectiveness of mass media campaigns to reduce alcohol consumption and harm: a systematic review
B Young, S Lewis, SV Katikireddi, L Bauld, M Stead, K Angus, ...
Alcohol and alcoholism 53 (3), 302-316, 2018
Mass media to communicate public health messages in six health topic areas: a systematic review and other reviews of the evidence
M Stead, K Angus, T Langley, SV Katikireddi, K Hinds, S Hilton, S Lewis, ...
Public Health Research, 2019
The stigmatisation of abortion: a qualitative analysis of print media in Great Britain in 2010
C Purcell, S Hilton, L McDaid
Culture, health & sexuality 16 (9), 1141-1155, 2014
Bar workers’ health and environmental tobacco smoke exposure (BHETSE): symptomatic improvement in bar staff following smoke-free legislation in Scotland
JG Ayres, S Semple, L MacCalman, S Dempsey, S Hilton, JF Hurley, ...
Occupational and environmental medicine 66 (5), 339-346, 2009
Changing policy framing as a deliberate strategy for public health advocacy: a qualitative policy case study of minimum unit pricing of alcohol
SV Katikireddi, L Bond, S Hilton
The Milbank Quarterly 92 (2), 250-283, 2014
Understanding the development of minimum unit pricing of alcohol in Scotland: a qualitative study of the policy process
SV Katikireddi, S Hilton, C Bonell, L Bond
Plos one 9 (3), e91185, 2014
“I thought cancer was one of those random things. I didn’t know cancer could be caught…”: Adolescent girls’ understandings and experiences of the HPV programme in the UK
S Hilton, E Smith
Vaccine 29 (26), 4409-4415, 2011
Implications for alcohol minimum unit pricing advocacy: what can we learn for public health from UK newsprint coverage of key claim-makers in the policy debate?
S Hilton, K Wood, C Patterson, SV Katikireddi
Social Science & Medicine 102, 157-164, 2014
Why media representations of corporations matter for public health policy: a scoping review
H Weishaar, L Dorfman, N Freudenberg, B Hawkins, K Smith, O Razum, ...
BMC public health 16, 1-11, 2016
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