Items by Savell, Emily
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Savell, E., Fooks, G. and Gilmore, A. B., 2016. How does the alcohol industry attempt to influence marketing regulations? A systematic review. Addiction, 111 (1), pp. 18-32.
Savell, E. and Gilmore, A., 2015. The environmental profile of a community’s health:A cross-sectional study on tobacco marketing in 16 countries. Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 93 (12).
Savell, E., Gilmore, A. B. and Fooks, G., 2014. How does the tobacco industry attempt to influence marketing regulations? A systematic review. PLoS ONE, 9 (2), e87389.
Smith, K. E., Savell, E. and Gilmore, A. B., 2013. What is known about tobacco industry efforts to influence tobacco tax? A systematic review of empirical studies. Tobacco Control, 22 (2), e1.
Shelton, N. and Savell, E., 2011. The geography of binge drinking: the role of alcohol-related knowledge, behaviours and attitudes. Results from the Health Survey for England 2007. Health & Place, 17 (3), pp. 784-792.
Gilmore, A. B., Savell, E. and Collin, J., 2011. Public health, corporations and the New Responsibility Deal: promoting partnerships with vectors of disease? Journal of Public Health, 33 (1), pp. 2-4.
Conference or Workshop Items
Savell, E., Gilmore, A. and Fooks, G., 2012. How do tobacco and alcohol companies attempt to influence marketing regulations? A systematic review. In: Population Health: Methods and Challenges, 2012-04-24 - 2012-04-26.
Gilmore, A., Fooks, G. and Savell, E., 2011. Understanding the tobacco and alcohol industries: Implications for policy. In: Tobacco and Alcohol: Learning from Each Other Conference, 2011-10-12 - 2011-10-13.
Savell, E., 2014. An International Study of Tobacco and Alcohol Marketing Policy: Industry Influence and Compliance. Thesis (Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)). University of Bath.