Professor Nick Payne MA, BM, BCh, PhD, FFARCS, FFPH

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Section of Public Health
School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR)
The University of Sheffield
Regent Court
30 Regent Street
Sheffield
S1 4DA

Office: Room 2037, 2nd Floor, Regent Court

Tel: +44 (0)114 222 0899
Fax: +44 (0)114 222 0749

email : e.mail: n.payne@sheffield.ac.uk

Biography

I am Associate Director, School for Public Health Research, ScHARR, and Honorary Professor of Public Health.

Research Interests

  • Developing and evaluating Public Health interventions - for example those to increase physical activity.
  • Researching the evidence base for interventions in Public Health including evidence for effectiveness and cost-effectiveness and its modelling.
  • Measuring health inequalities, and in particular addressing inequalities in access to and utilisation of health and related care.

Activities and Distinctions

Previously Director of Public Health North Eastern Derbyshire Primary Care Trust.

Key publications

Blank L, Baxter S K, Payne N, Guillaume L R, Squires H.
Systematic review and narrative synthesis of the effectiveness of contraceptive service interventions for young people, delivered in health care settings.
(2012) Health Education Research 27 (6):1102-1119

Goyder E, Irwig L, Payne N.
Should we screen for type w diabetes? No.
(2012) British Medical Journal 345:e4516

Johnson M, Everson-Hock E, Jones R, Woods H B, Payne N, & Goyder E.
What are the barriers to primary prevention of type 2 diabetes and minority ethnic groups in the UK?  A qualitative evidence synthesis.
(2011) Diabetes Res Clin Pract, 93(2), 150-158.

Blank L, Baxter S K, Payne N, Guillaume L R & Pilgrim H.
Systematic review and narrative synthesis of the effectiveness of contraceptive service interventions for young people, delivered in educational settings.
(2010)  J Pediatric Adolesc Gynecol, 23(6), 341-351.

Ward S, Lloyd Jones M, Pandor A, Holmes M, Ara R, Ryan A, Yeo W, Payne N.
A systematic review and economic evaluation of statins for the prevention of coronary events.
(2010) Health Technology Assessment 11(14).

Yong PFK, Milner PC, Payne JN, Lewis PA, Jennison C.
Inequalities in access of knee joint replacements for people in need.
(2005) Annals of Rheumatic Disease 63: 1483-9.

Milner PC, Payne JN, Stanfield RC, Lewis PA, Jennison C, Saul C.
Inequalities in accessing hip joint replacement for people in need.
European Journal of Public Health 14:58-62.