Sophie Lewis
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How do obese individuals perceive and respond to the different types of obesity stigma that they encounter in their daily lives? A qualitative study
S Lewis, SL Thomas, RW Blood, DJ Castle, J Hyde, PA Komesaroff
Social science & medicine 73 (9), 1349-1356, 2011
The role of the fatosphere in fat adults’ responses to obesity stigma: A model of empowerment without a focus on weight loss
M Dickins, SL Thomas, B King, S Lewis, K Holland
Qualitative health research 21 (12), 1679-1691, 2011
"I don't eat a hamburger and large chips every day!" A qualitative study of the impact of public health messages about obesity on obese adults
S Lewis, SL Thomas, J Hyde, D Castle, RW Blood, PA Komesaroff
BMC Public Health 10, 1-9, 2010
‘They are working every angle’. A qualitative study of Australian adults' attitudes towards, and interactions with, gambling industry marketing strategies
SL Thomas, S Lewis, C McLeod, J Haycock
International Gambling Studies 12 (1), 111-127, 2012
Sports betting marketing during sporting events: a stadium and broadcast census of Australian Football League matches
S Thomas, S Lewis, J Duong, C McLeod
Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health 36 (2), 145-152, 2012
‘I’m searching for solutions’: why are obese individuals turning to the Internet for help and support with ‘being fat’?
S Lewis, SL Thomas, RW Blood, D Castle, J Hyde, PA Komesaroff
Health expectations 14 (4), 339-350, 2011
Patients’ and healthcare professionals’ perceptions of self-management support interactions: systematic review and qualitative synthesis
M Franklin, S Lewis, K Willis, H Bourke-Taylor, L Smith
Chronic illness 14 (2), 79-103, 2018
Eat, drink and gamble: marketing messages about ‘risky’products in an Australian major sporting series
S Lindsay, S Thomas, S Lewis, K Westberg, R Moodie, S Jones
BMC public health 13, 1-11, 2013
A qualitative investigation of obese men's experiences with their weight
S Lewis, SL Thomas, J Hyde, DJ Castle, PA Komesaroff
American journal of health behavior 35 (4), 458-469, 2011
Gatekeepers in the healthcare sector: Knowledge and Bourdieu's concept of field
FM Collyer, KF Willis, S Lewis
Social Science & Medicine 186, 96-103, 2017
"The solution needs to be complex."Obese adults' attitudes about the effectiveness of individual and population based interventions for obesity
SL Thomas, S Lewis, J Hyde, D Castle, P Komesaroff
BMC Public Health 10, 1-9, 2010
The clinical efficacy of a bovine lactoferrin/whey protein Ig-rich fraction (Lf/IgF) for the common cold: a double blind randomized study
L Vitetta, S Coulson, SL Beck, H Gramotnev, S Du, S Lewis
Complementary therapies in medicine 21 (3), 164-171, 2013
‘Our girth is plain to see’: An analysis of newspaper coverage of Australia's Future ‘Fat Bomb’
KE Holland, RW Blood, SI Thomas, S Lewis, PA Komesaroff, DJ Castle
Health, Risk & Society 13 (1), 31-46, 2011
“Don't eat that, you'll get fat!” Exploring how parents and children conceptualise and frame messages about the causes and consequences of obesity
SL Thomas, T Olds, S Pettigrew, M Randle, S Lewis
Social Science & Medicine 119, 114-122, 2014
Living well? Strategies used by women living with metastatic breast cancer
S Lewis, K Willis, J Yee, S Kilbreath
Qualitative health research 26 (9), 1167-1179, 2016
The experience of living with metastatic breast cancer—a review of the literature
K Willis, S Lewis, F Ng, L Wilson
Health care for women international 36 (5), 514-542, 2015
Do health beliefs and behaviors differ according to severity of obesity? A qualitative study of Australian adults
S Lewis, SL Thomas, RW Blood, J Hyde, DJ Castle, PA Komesaroff
International journal of environmental research and public health 7 (2), 443-459, 2010
Controlled, constrained, or flexible? How self-management goals are shaped by patient–provider interactions
M Franklin, S Lewis, K Willis, A Rogers, A Venville, L Smith
Qualitative health research 29 (4), 557-567, 2019
Learning about COVID-19: a qualitative interview study of Australians’ use of information sources
D Lupton, S Lewis
BMC Public Health 21, 1-10, 2021
Obese adults’ perceptions of news reporting on obesity: The panopticon and synopticon at work
D Couch, SL Thomas, S Lewis, RW Blood, P Komesaroff
Sage Open 5 (4), 2158244015612522, 2015
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