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Ms Selina Wallis

Biography

Selina has a background in teaching, public health analysis (mixed methods) and childbirth research and support. She is an author on an on-going Cochrane review (Breastfeeding education and support for women with multiple pregnancies.) and a recognised birth doula with Doula UK. Selina is a MPH dissertation advisor for Laureate online Education. Her research interests include violence, nightlife, adverse childhood experiences and mental health.

Degrees

Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom, MSc Public Health
Bangor University, United Kingdom, PGCE
Bangor University, United Kingdom, BSc Marine Biology

Publications

Journal article

Whitford HM, Wallis SK, Dowswell T, West HM, Renfrew MJ. 2017. Breastfeeding education and support for women with twins or higher order multiples Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, 2017 >DOI

Wallis S, Cole DC, Gaye O, Mmbaga BT, Mwapasa V, Tagbor H, Bates I. 2017. Qualitative study to develop processes and tools for the assessment and tracking of African institutions' capacity for operational health research. BMJ Open, 7 :e016660-e016660 >DOI >Link

Lugova H, Wallis S. 2017. Cross-Sectional Survey on the Dengue Knowledge, Attitudes and Preventive Practices Among Students and Staff of a Public University in Malaysia. J Community Health, 42 :413-420 >DOI >Link

Wallis SK. 2016. Health professionals’ experiences of tuberculosis cohort audit in the North West of England: a qualitative study BMJ Open, >DOI

Morhason Bello IO, Wallis S, Adedokun B, Adewole IF. 2015. Household survey on Human Papilloma Virus vaccine awareness among women of reproductive age in Ibadan, Nigeria African journal of medicine and medical sciences, 44 :61-69

wallis SK. 2015. Breastfeeding education and support for women with multiple pregnancies The Cochrane Library, >DOI

Morhason-Bello IO, Wallis S, Adedokun BO, Adewole IF. 2015. Willingness of reproductive-aged women in a Nigerian community to accept human papillomavirus vaccination for their children JOURNAL OF OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY RESEARCH, 41 :1621-1629 >DOI >Link

Report

Dacombe R, Pulford J, Wallis S, Bhardwaj M, Bates I. 2016. Fleming Fund: supporting surveillance capacity for antimicrobial resistance Regional Networks and Educational Resources Fleming Fund: supporting surveillance capacity for antimicrobial resistance Regional Networks and Educational Resources

Dacombe R, Bates I, Bhardwaj M, Wallis S, Pulford J. 2016. Fleming Fund: supporting surveillance capacity for antimicrobial resistance An analysis of approaches to laboratory capacity strengthening for drug resistant infections in low and middle income countries Fleming Fund: supporting surveillance capacity for antimicrobial resistance An analysis of approaches to laboratory capacity strengthening for drug resistant infections in low and middle income countries >Link

Butler NL, Quigg ZA, Wallis S, Grey H, Bigland C. Liverpool's Drink Less Enjoy More intervention - Progress monitoring report

Chapters

Wallis SK. 2009. Working with partners :Forming the Future Essential Midwifery Practice Postnatal Care John Wiley & Sons 9781444315493

Engagement & Impact

Conference presentation:

Do bar staff drink less and enjoy more? Health of bar staff in a UK nightlife environment, Club Health 2017, Dublin, Oral presentation