This page details and provides links (where available) to key publications:

Peer reviewed papers

Blamey A, Gordon G, Newstead K, McDowell J. (2017) Strengthening adult cooking skills programmes using realist principles. British Food Journal 2017 Vol. 119 Iss 5.

Bowie P, Halley L, Blamey A, et al, (2016) Qualitative evaluation of the Safety and Improvement in Primary Care (SIPC) pilot collaborative in Scotland: perceptions and experiences of participating care teams. BMJ Open 2016;6:e009526. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2015-00952

Blamey A.M,  MacMillan, F., Fitzsimons, C,F.,  Shaw, R., Mutrie, N.(2013) Using programme theory to strengthen research protocol and intervention design within an RCT of a walking intervention.  Evaluation Vol 19, Issue 1, pp. 5 - 2, January 15, 2013

Jeffrey S, Stone DH, Blamey A et al. An evaluation of police reporting of road casualties. Injury Prevention 2009; 15: 13-18.


Peer reviewed papers

Mackenzie M and Blamey A, The Practice and the Theory:
Lessons from the application of a Theory of Change Approach: 
Evaluation. 2005. Vol 11 (2) 151-168.
Mutrie N, Carney C, Blamey A, Crawford F, Aitchison T, and Whitelaw A. 
Walk in to Work Out: a randomised controlled trial of a self help intervention 
to promote active commuting. 
Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 2002;56:407-12.
Mutrie N, Carney C, Blamey A, Whitelaw A, Crawford F, Aithcison T.  
Can active commuting increase quality of Life? 
Three month results from a randomised control trial. 
Journal of Sport Sciences 18:16-17 2000
Mutrie N, Blamey A, Aitchison T. Why do fewer women take the stairs? 
Journal of Sport Sciences 1996 14 (1), 16-17
Blamey A, Mutrie N, Atichison T. Promoting active living: A step in the 
right direction. 
Journal of The Institute of Health Education 1996;5-9.
Blamey A, Mutrie N, Atichison T. Health promotion by encouraged 

Book chapters