Biography

I am a Social Scientist by background and first came to Keele in 1991 following an undergraduate degree in Social Policy and Administration at Brighton. I worked on a variety of research projects funded by West Midlands Regional Health Authority and undertook my MPhil at Keele (1995) investigating experiences of clinicians and health service managers implementing the internal market in mental health care.  My PhD, also undertaken at Keele (2002), was an epidemiological study investigating the burden of knee pain in older adults living in the community. Since my PhD I have focused on developing a programme of applied osteoarthritis (OA) research in four linked areas investigating: the population burden and lived experience of joint pain; patterns and experiences of health care use; risk factors for onset and progression of OA; and interventions to optimise primary care management and self-management. I co-lead the osteoarthritis research programme in the RI and have mixed methods expertise (epidemiology, qualitative and randomised controlled trials (RCTs)). 

Research and scholarship

My main research interest is the management of pain conditions in primary care, with a specific focus on osteoarthritis. I work alongside colleagues to develop and evaluate interventions to optimise primary care management, including feasibility and pilot studies. My work embeds sociological and psychological theories (e.g. normalisation process theory, theoretical domains framework) to understand how and why interventions are delivered, how and why decisions are made to access health care, engage with interventions or undertake self-management. These are important areas of study as they influence health outcomes and impact on future implementation strategies. I have a particular in interest in the contribution of qualitative methods to randomised trials and have led process evaluations within RCTs in primary care. Co-design of research with stakeholders (clinicians and patients) underpins all of my research as this helps to ensure that the research is relevant to clinicians and patients and has a better chance of achieving patient benefit.

Recent grants and studies include:

  • Improving outcomes for patients with hip osteoarthritis: a randomised controlled trial. (NIHR Research for Patient Benefit) 
  • Increasing physical activity in older people with chronic musculoskeletal pain: A brief and simple intervention to promote walking (iPOPP) Arthritis Research UK (Co-Chief Investigator).
  • Chondroitin sulphate for people with hand osteoarthritis to improve hand function and pain. NIHR Health Technology Assessment Programme (HTA)
  • Case finding for osteoarthritis and anxiety and depression in people with long term conditions (ENHANCE Study). NIHR West Midlands Collaborations for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care 
  • Understanding Social Construction of Arthritis. A mixed methods qualitative study. 
  • Understanding the experience, costs and consequences of patient and public involvement in Primary Care research. NIHR School for Primary Care Research

Teaching

  • Course leader and module design. Research Practice in Health Care. Masters in Medical Science, Keele University.
  • Research Methods Module, Masters in Medical Science, Keele University.

Further information

  • Elected Faculty of Health Member of Keele University Senate
  • Keele Health and Wellbeing Pathway Lead for the ESRC North West Doctoral Training Partnership
  • Member of CLAHRC West Midlands Regional Steering Committee
  • Associate Editor BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders
  • Member Society for Academic Primary Care Executive (Stakeholder Lead)

Selected Publications

  • Eyles JP, Hunter DJ, Bennell KL, Dziedzic KS, Hinman RS, van der Esch M, Holden MA, Bowden JL, Joint Effort Initiative Members. 2019. Priorities for the effective implementation of osteoarthritis management programs: an OARSI international consensus exercise. Osteoarthritis Cartilage. link> doi> full text>
  • Mckevitt S, Healey EL, Jinks C, Rathod-Mistry T, Quicke JG. 2019. THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN COMORBIDITY AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY LEVELS IN PEOPLE WITH OSTEOARTHRITIS: SECONDARY ANALYSIS FROM TWO RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIALS. OSTEOARTHRITIS AND CARTILAGE (vol. 27, p. S494). link> doi>
  • Stack RJ, Nightingale P, Jinks C, Shaw K, Herron-Marx S, Horne R, Deighton C, Kiely P, Mallen C, Raza K, DELAY study syndicate. 2019. Delays between the onset of symptoms and first rheumatology consultation in patients with rheumatoid arthritis in the UK: an observational study. BMJ Open, vol. 9(3), e024361. link> doi> full text>
  • Mckevitt S, Jinks C, Healey EL, Quicke JG. 2018. THE EFFECTIVENESS OF PHYSICAL ACTVITIY INTERVENTIONS FOR PEOPLE WITH OSTEOARTHRITIS AND COMORBIDITY: A META-ANALYSIS OF OBESITY. JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY AND COMMUNITY HEALTH (vol. 72, p. A55). link> doi>
  • Healey EL, Afolabi E, Lewis A, Edwards J, Jordan K, Finney A, Jinks C, Hay E, Dziedzic K. 2018. Uptake of the NICE osteoarthritis guidelines in primary care: a survey of older adults with joint pain. BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders. doi> link> full text>

Full Publications List show

Journal Articles

  • Eyles JP, Hunter DJ, Bennell KL, Dziedzic KS, Hinman RS, van der Esch M, Holden MA, Bowden JL, Joint Effort Initiative Members. 2019. Priorities for the effective implementation of osteoarthritis management programs: an OARSI international consensus exercise. Osteoarthritis Cartilage. link> doi> full text>
  • Stack RJ, Nightingale P, Jinks C, Shaw K, Herron-Marx S, Horne R, Deighton C, Kiely P, Mallen C, Raza K, DELAY study syndicate. 2019. Delays between the onset of symptoms and first rheumatology consultation in patients with rheumatoid arthritis in the UK: an observational study. BMJ Open, vol. 9(3), e024361. link> doi> full text>
  • Healey EL, Afolabi E, Lewis A, Edwards J, Jordan K, Finney A, Jinks C, Hay E, Dziedzic K. 2018. Uptake of the NICE osteoarthritis guidelines in primary care: a survey of older adults with joint pain. BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders. doi> link> full text>
  • Healey EL, Afolabi EK, Lewis M, Edwards JJ, Jordan KP, Finney A, Jinks C, Hay EM, Dziedzic KS. 2018. Uptake of the NICE osteoarthritis guidelines in primary care: a survey of older adults with joint pain. BMC Musculoskelet Disord, vol. 19(1), 295. link> doi> full text>
  • Paskins Z, Hughes G, Myers H, Hughes E, Hennings S, Cherrington A, Evans A, Holden M, Stevenson K, Menon A, Bromley K, Roberts P, Hall A, Peat G, Jinks C, Oppong R, Lewis M, Foster NE, Mallen C, Roddy E. 2018. A randomised controlled trial of the clinical and cost-effectiveness of ultrasound-guided intra-articular corticosteroid and local anaesthetic injections: the hip injection trial (HIT) protocol. BMC Musculoskelet Disord, vol. 19(1), 218. link> doi> full text>
  • Blackburn S, McLachlan S, Jowett S, Kinghorn P, Gill P, Higginbottom A, Rhodes C, Stevenson F, Jinks C. 2018. The extent, quality and impact of patient and public involvement in primary care research: a mixed methods study. Res Involv Engagem, vol. 4, 16. link> doi> full text>
  • Babatunde OO, Tan V, Jordan JL, Dziedzic K, Chew-Graham CA, Jinks C, Protheroe J, van der Windt DA. 2018. Evidence flowers: An innovative, visual method of presenting "best evidence" summaries to health professional and lay audiences. Res Synth Methods, vol. 9(2), 273-284. link> doi> full text>
  • Hider SL, Bucknall M, Cooke K, Cooke K, Finney AG, Goddin D, Healey EL, Hennings S, Herron D, Jinks C, Lewis M, Machin A, Mallen C, Wathall S, Chew-Graham CA. 2018. The INCLUDE study: INtegrating and improving Care for patients with infLammatory rheUmatological DisordErs in the community; identifying multimorbidity: Protocol for a pilot randomized controlled trial. J Comorb, vol. 8(1), 2235042X18792373. link> doi> full text>
  • Healey EL, Jinks C, Foster NE, Chew-Graham CA, Pincus T, Hartshorne L, Cooke K, Nicholls E, Proctor J, Lewis M, Dent S, Wathall S, Hay EM, McBeth J. 2018. The feasibility and acceptability of a physical activity intervention for older people with chronic musculoskeletal pain: The iPOPP pilot trial protocol. Musculoskeletal Care, vol. 16(1), 118-132. link> doi> full text>
  • Dziedzic KS, Healey EL, Porcheret M, Afolabi EK, Lewis M, Morden A, Jinks C, McHugh GA, Ryan S, Finney A, Main C, Edwards JJ, Paskins Z, Pushpa-Rajah A, Hay EM. 2018. Implementing core NICE guidelines for osteoarthritis in primary care with a model consultation (MOSAICS): a cluster randomised controlled trial. Osteoarthritis Cartilage, vol. 26(1), 43-53. link> doi> full text>
  • Saunders B, Sim J, Kingstone T, Baker S, Waterfield J, Bartlam B, Burroughs H, Jinks C. 2018. Saturation in qualitative research: exploring its conceptualization and operationalization. Qual Quant, vol. 52(4), 1893-1907. link> doi> full text>
  • Jordan KP, Edwards JJ, Porcheret M, Healey EL, Jinks C, Bedson J, Clarkson K, Hay EM, Dziedzic KS. 2017. Effect of a model consultation informed by guidelines on recorded quality of care of osteoarthritis (MOSAICS): a cluster randomised controlled trial in primary care. Osteoarthritis Cartilage, vol. 25(10), 1588-1597. link> doi> full text>
  • Paskins Z, Jinks C, Mahmood W, Jayakumar P, Sangan CB, Belcher J, Gwilym S. 2017. Public priorities for osteoporosis and fracture research: results from a general population survey. Arch Osteoporos, vol. 12(1), 45. link> doi> full text>
  • Blackburn S, Higginbottom A, Taylor R, Bird J, Østerås N, Hagen KB, Edwards JJ, Jordan KP, Jinks C, Dziedzic K. 2016. Patient-reported quality indicators for osteoarthritis: a patient and public generated self-report measure for primary care. Res Involv Engagem, vol. 2, 5. link> doi> full text>
  • Jinks C, Carter P, Rhodes C, Taylor R, Beech R, Dziedzic K, Blackburn S, Hughes R, Ong BN. 2016. Patient and public involvement in primary care research - an example of ensuring its sustainability. Res Involv Engagem, vol. 2, 1. link> doi> full text>
  • Healey EL, Jinks C, Tan VA, Chew-Graham CA, Lawton SA, Nicholls E, Finney AG, Porcheret M, Cooper V, Lewis M, Dziedzic KS, Wathall S, Mallen CD. 2015. Improving the care of people with long-term conditions in primary care: protocol for the ENHANCE pilot trial. J Comorb, vol. 5, 135-149. link> doi> full text>
  • Morden A, Ong BN, Brooks L, Jinks C, Porcheret M, Edwards JJ, Dziedzic KS. 2015. Introducing Evidence Through Research "Push": Using Theory and Qualitative Methods. Qual Health Res, vol. 25(11), 1560-1575. link> doi>
  • Tan V, Jinks C, Chew-Graham C, Healey EL, Mallen C. 2015. The triple whammy anxiety depression and osteoarthritis in long-term conditions. BMC Fam Pract, vol. 16, 163. link> doi> full text>
  • Coxon D, Frisher M, Jinks C, Jordan K, Paskins Z, Peat G. 2015. The relative importance of perceived doctor's attitude on the decision to consult for symptomatic osteoarthritis: a choice-based conjoint analysis study. BMJ Open, vol. 5(10), e009625. link> doi> full text>
  • Morden A, Jinks C, Ong BN. 2017. Temporally divergent significant meanings, biographical disruption and self-management for chronic joint pain. Health (London), vol. 21(4), 357-374. link> doi>
  • Morden A, Jinks C, Ong BN. 2015. Risk and self-managing chronic joint pain: looking beyond individual lifestyles and behaviour. Sociol Health Illn, vol. 37(6), 888-903. link> doi>
  • Finney AG, Jinks C, Mallen C, Healey E. 2015. Study aims to test extended review of LTCs to improve management of OA and anxiety/ depression. Practice Nurse.
  • Morden A, Brooks L, Jinks C, Porcheret M, Ong BN, Dziedzic K. 2015. Research "push", long term-change, and general practice. J Health Organ Manag, vol. 29(7), 798-821. link> doi>
  • Jinks C, Carter P, Rhodes C, Beech R, Dziedzic K, Hughes R, Blackburn S, Ong BN. 2013. Sustaining patient and public involvement in research: A case study of a research centre. J Care Serv Manag, vol. 7(4), 146-154. link> doi> full text>
  • Morden A, Jinks C, Ong BN, Porcheret M, Dziedzic KS. 2014. Acceptability of a 'guidebook' for the management of Osteoarthritis: a qualitative study of patient and clinician's perspectives. BMC Musculoskelet Disord, vol. 15, 427. link> doi> full text>
  • Silverwood V, Blagojevic-Bucknall M, Jinks C, Jordan JL, Protheroe J, Jordan KP. 2015. Current evidence on risk factors for knee osteoarthritis in older adults: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Osteoarthritis Cartilage, vol. 23(4), 507-515. link> doi>
  • Dziedzic KS, Healey EL, Porcheret M, Ong BN, Main CJ, Jordan KP, Lewis M, Edwards JJ, Jinks C, Morden A, McHugh GA, Ryan S, Finney A, Jowett S, Oppong R, Afolabi E, Pushpa-Rajah A, Handy J, Clarkson K, Mason E, Whitehurst T, Hughes RW, Croft PR, Hay EM. 2014. Implementing the NICE osteoarthritis guidelines: a mixed methods study and cluster randomised trial of a model osteoarthritis consultation in primary care--the Management of OsteoArthritis In Consultations (MOSAICS) study protocol. Implement Sci, vol. 9, 95. link> doi> full text>
  • Morden A, Jinks C, Ong BN. 2014. Understanding Help Seeking for Chronic Joint Pain: Implications for Providing Supported Self-Management. Qual Health Res, vol. 24(7), 957-968. link> doi>
  • Stack RJ, Mallen CD, Deighton C, Kiely P, Shaw KL, Booth A, Kumar K, Thomas S, Rowan I, Horne R, Nightingale P, Herron-Marx S, Jinks C, DELAY Study Syndicate, Raza K. 2015. The development and initial validation of a questionnaire to measure help-seeking behaviour in patients with new onset rheumatoid arthritis. Health Expect, vol. 18(6), 2340-2355. link> doi>
  • Morden A, Jinks C, Ong BN. 2014. '...I've found once the weight had gone off, i've had a few twinges, but nothing like before'. Exploring weight and self-management of knee pain. Musculoskeletal Care, vol. 12(2), 63-73. link> doi>
  • Welsh VK, Sanders T, Richardson JC, Wynne-Jones G, Jinks C, Mallen CD. 2014. Extending the authority for sickness certification beyond the medical profession: the importance of 'boundary work'. BMC Fam Pract, vol. 15, 100. link> doi>
  • Foster NE, Healey EL, Holden MA, Nicholls E, Whitehurst DG, Jowett S, Jinks C, Roddy E, Hay EM, BEEP trial team. 2014. A multicentre, pragmatic, parallel group, randomised controlled trial to compare the clinical and cost-effectiveness of three physiotherapy-led exercise interventions for knee osteoarthritis in older adults: the BEEP trial protocol (ISRCTN: 93634563). BMC Musculoskelet Disord, vol. 15, 254. link> doi>
  • Ong BN, Morden A, Brooks L, Porcheret M, Edwards JJ, Sanders T, Jinks C, Dziedzic K. 2014. Changing policy and practice: making sense of national guidelines for osteoarthritis. Soc Sci Med, vol. 106, 101-109. link> doi> full text>
  • Gooberman-Hill R, Jinks C, Bouças SB, Hislop K, Dziedzic KS, Rhodes C, Burston A, Adams J. 2013. Designing a placebo device: involving service users in clinical trial design. Health Expect, vol. 16(4), e100-e110. link> doi> full text>
  • Strauss VY, Carter P, Ong BN, Bedson J, Jordan KP, Jinks C, Arthritis Research UK Research Users’ Group. 2012. Public priorities for joint pain research: results from a general population survey. Rheumatology (Oxford), vol. 51(11), 2075-2082. link> doi>
  • Welsh VK, Mallen CD, Wynne-Jones G, Jinks C. 2012. Exploration of GPs' views and use of the fit note: a qualitative study in primary care. Br J Gen Pract, vol. 62(598), e363-e370. link> doi>
  • Ali F, Jinks C, Ong BN. 2012. "…Keep mobile, I think that's half the battle." A qualitative study of prevention of knee pain in symptomless older adults. BMC Public Health, vol. 12, 753. link> doi>
  • Morden AW, Jinks C, Ong BN. 2012. Rethinking ‘risk’ and self-management for chronic illness. Social Theory and Health, vol. 1(10), 78-99. doi>
  • Morden A, Jinks C, Bie Nio Ong. 2011. Lay models of self-management: how do people manage knee osteoarthritis in context?. Chron Illn, vol. 7(3), 185-200. doi>
  • Jinks C, Vohora K, Young J, Handy J, Porcheret M, Jordan KP. 2011. Inequalities in primary care management of knee pain and disability in older adults: an observational cohort study. Rheumatology (Oxford), vol. 50(10), 1869-1878. link> doi>
  • Morden A, Jinks C, Ong BN. 2011. Chronic joint pain, self-management and risks: a qualitative exploration of knee pain sufferers' understanding and management of risk factors. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF QUALITATIVE METHODS, vol. 10(4), 462. link>
  • Ong BN, Jinks C, Morden A. 2011. Embodied and emotional work in self-management for knee pain. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF QUALITATIVE METHODS, vol. 10(4), 549. link>
  • Ong BN, Jinks C, Morden A. 2011. The hard work of self-management: Living with chronic knee pain. Int J Qual Stud Health Well-being, vol. 6(3). link> doi>
  • Jinks C and Ong BN. 2010. 'How would you go about that? I don't know.' A qualitative study on perceptions of prevention of knee pain and disability. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH, vol. 20, 171. link>
  • Jinks C, Ong BN, O'Neill T. 2010. "Well, it's nobody's responsibility but my own." A qualitative study to explore views about the determinants of health and prevention of knee pain in older adults. BMC Public Health, vol. 10, 148. link> doi> full text>
  • Blagojevic M, Jinks C, Jeffery A, Jordan KP. 2010. Risk factors for onset of osteoarthritis of the knee in older adults: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Osteoarthritis Cartilage, vol. 18(1), 24-33. link> doi>
  • Ong BN and Jinks C. 2009. Reflections on becoming a person with musculoskeletal pain: A patient diary. Social Theory & Health, vol. 7(2), 100-116. doi>
  • Jinks C, Ong BN, O'Neill TJ. 2009. The Keele community knee pain forum: action research to engage with stakeholders about the prevention of knee pain and disability. BMC Musculoskelet Disord, vol. 10, 85. link> doi> full text>
  • Blagojevic M, Jinks C, Jordan KP. 2008. The influence of consulting primary care on knee pain in older people: a prospective cohort study. Ann Rheum Dis, vol. 67(12), 1702-1709. link> doi>
  • Jinks C, Jordan KP, Blagojevic M, Croft P. 2008. Predictors of onset and progression of knee pain in adults living in the community. A prospective study. Rheumatology (Oxford), vol. 47(3), 368-374. link> doi>
  • Porcheret M, Jordan K, Jinks C, Croft P, Primary Care Rheumatology Society. 2007. Primary care treatment of knee pain--a survey in older adults. Rheumatology (Oxford), vol. 46(11), 1694-1700. link> doi>
  • Jinks C, Ong BN, Richardson J. 2007. A mixed methods study to investigate needs assessment for knee pain and disability: population and individual perspectives. BMC Musculoskelet Disord, vol. 8, Article 59. doi> full text>
  • Jinks C, Jordan K, Croft P. 2007. Osteoarthritis as a public health problem: the impact of developing knee pain on physical function in adults living in the community: (KNEST 3). Rheumatology (Oxford), vol. 46(5), 877-881. link> doi>
  • O'Neill T, Jinks C, Ong BN. 2007. Decision-making regarding total knee replacement surgery: A qualitative meta-synthesis. BMC Health Serv Res, vol. 7, Article 52. doi> full text>
  • Jordan K, Jinks C, Croft P. 2006. Health care utilization: measurement using primary care records and patient recall both showed bias. J Clin Epidemiol, vol. 59(8), 791-797. link> doi>
  • Jordan K, Jinks C, Croft P. 2006. A prospective study of the consulting behaviour of older people with knee pain. Br J Gen Pract, vol. 56(525), 269-276. link>
  • Ong BN, Hooper H, Jinks C, Dunn K, Croft P. 2006. 'I suppose that depends on how I was feeling at the time': perspectives on questionnaires measuring quality of life and musculoskeletal pain. J Health Serv Res Policy, vol. 11(2), 81-88. link> doi>
  • Ong BN and Jinks C. 2006. 'Walking like John Wayne': open-format diaries of people with knee pain and disability. Chronic Illn, vol. 2(1), 21-26. link> doi>
  • Jinks C, O'Neill T, Squire A. 2006. “Heating Is More Important Than Food” Older Women's Perceptions of Fuel Poverty. Journal of Housing for the Elderly, vol. 20(3), 95-108.
  • Jinks C, Jordan K, Croft P. 2006. Disabling knee pain--another consequence of obesity: results from a prospective cohort study. BMC Public Health, vol. 6, 258. link> doi> full text>
  • Jeffery A, Jinks C, Jordan K. 2006. The influence of completing a health-related questionnaire on primary care consultation behaviour. BMC Health Serv Res, vol. 6, 101. link> doi>
  • Croft P, Jordan K, Jinks C. 2005. "Pain elsewhere" and the impact of knee pain in older people. Arthritis Rheum, vol. 52(8), 2350-2354. link> doi>
  • Lacey RJ, Lewis M, Jordan K, Jinks C, Sim J. 2005. Interrater reliability of scoring of pain drawings in a self-report health survey. Spine (Phila Pa 1976), vol. 30(16), E455-E458. link> doi>
  • JINKS C, BN Ong, K Jordan, P Croft. 2004. A brief screening tool for knee pain in primary care (KNEST). 2. Results from a survey in the general population aged 50 and over. Rheumatology, vol. 43(1), 55-61. doi>
  • Dunn KM, K Jordan, R Lacey, M Shapley. 2004. Patterns of consent in epidemiologic research: evidence from over 25,000 responders. American Journal of Epidemiology, vol. 159(11), 1087-1094. doi>
  • Jinks C, Jordan K, Croft P. 2003. An evaluation of an automated data entry system (Teleform) for large-scale mailed surveys. Computers in Biology & Medicine, vol. 33(5), 425-437.
  • Jinks C, Lewis M, Croft P. 2003. Health status after hip or knee arthroplasty. Ann Rheum Dis, vol. 62(8), 700-701. link> doi>
  • Jinks C, Jordan K, Croft P. 2002. Measuring the population impact of knee pain and disability with the Western Ontario and McMaster Universities Osteoarthritis Index (WOMAC). Pain, vol. 100(1-2), 55-64. link> doi>
  • Jinks C, Ong BN, Croft P. 2001. Postal surveys in primary care: the hidden burden. Health Expect, vol. 4(4), 253-259. link> doi>
  • Jinks C, Lewis M, Ong BN, Croft P. 2001. A brief screening tool for knee pain in primary care. 1. Validity and reliability. Rheumatology (Oxford), vol. 40(5), 528-536. link> doi>
  • Jinks C, Jordan K, Ong BN, Croft P. 2001. The knee pain screening tool (KNEST), identifying knee pain and related health care use in primary care. RHEUMATOLOGY, vol. 40, 54. link>
  • Jinks C, Ong BN, Paton C. 2000. Mobile medics? The mobility of doctors in the European Economic Area. Health Policy, vol. 54(1), 45-64. link> doi>
  • Jinks C, Ong BN, Paton C. 1998. Workforce planning. Catching the drift. Health Serv J, vol. 108(5622), 24-26. link>

Chapters

  • Thomas E, Dunn KM, Jinks C. 2010. The epidemiology of pain in older people. In Pain in older people. Crome P, Lally F, Main C (Eds.). Oxford University Press.
  • Jinks C, Ong BN, Paton C. 2002. The Mobility of Doctors & Nurses - A United Kingdom case study. In The European Union & Health Services. The Impact of the Single European Market on Member States. Busse R, Wisamn M, Bermon PE (Eds.). 105 press, amsterdam.

Other

  • Mckevitt S, Healey EL, Jinks C, Rathod-Mistry T, Quicke JG. 2019. THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN COMORBIDITY AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY LEVELS IN PEOPLE WITH OSTEOARTHRITIS: SECONDARY ANALYSIS FROM TWO RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIALS. OSTEOARTHRITIS AND CARTILAGE (vol. 27, p. S494). link> doi>
  • Mckevitt S, Jinks C, Healey EL, Quicke JG. 2018. THE EFFECTIVENESS OF PHYSICAL ACTVITIY INTERVENTIONS FOR PEOPLE WITH OSTEOARTHRITIS AND COMORBIDITY: A META-ANALYSIS OF OBESITY. JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY AND COMMUNITY HEALTH (vol. 72, p. A55). link> doi>
  • Mckevitt S, Jinks C, Healey EL, Quicke JG. 2018. THE EFFECTIVENESS OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITYINTERVENTIONS FOR PEOPLE WITH OSTEOARTHRITIS AND OBESITY: A META-ANALYSIS. ANNALS OF THE RHEUMATIC DISEASES (vol. 77, p. 1609). link> doi>
  • Jinks C, Proctor J, Healey EL, McBeth J, Graham CAC, Team IPOPP. 2017. FIDELITY OF AN INTERVENTION TO INCREASE PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN OLDER ADULTS WITH CHRONIC PAIN: ANALYSIS OF AUDIO-RECORDED CONSULTATIONS FROM THE IPOPP PILOT TRIAL. ANNALS OF THE RHEUMATIC DISEASES (vol. 76, p. 438). link> doi>
  • McBeth J, Nicholls E, Healey E, Foster NE, Hay EM, Pincus T, Dent S, Chew-Graham CA, Hartshorne L, Jinks C, Team I. 2017. INCREASING PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN OLDER PEOPLE WITH PAIN. PRELIMINARY RESULTS OF THE IPOPP PILOT TRIAL. ANNALS OF THE RHEUMATIC DISEASES (vol. 76, p. 973). link> doi>
  • Jinks C, Nicholls E, Liddle J, Healey EL, Evans AL, Chew-Graham CA, Dziedzic S, Tan VA, Finney AG, Porcheret M, Lawton S, Cooper V, Lewis M, Mallen CD, Team ENHANCE. 2017. INTEGRATING CASE FINDING AND INITIAL MANAGEMENT FOR OSTEOARTHRITIS, ANXIETY AND DEPRESSION INTO ROUTINE PRIMARY CARE NURSE-LED LONG-TERM CONDITION REVIEWS: RESULTS FROM THE ENHANCE PILOT TRIAL. ANNALS OF THE RHEUMATIC DISEASES (vol. 76, p. 1433). link> doi>
  • Liddle J, Lawton SA, Chew-Graham CA, Healey EL, Mallen CD, Jinks C. 2017. Exploring discrepancies between long-term condition review consultation audio-recordings and computer template data (the ENHANCE pilot trial). TRIALS (vol. 18). link>
  • Liddle J, Chew-Graham CA, Mallen CD, Healey EL, Jinks C, Dikomitis L. 2017. SO LOOKING AT THIS, YOU LOOK LIKE YOU'VE GOT SOME ISSUES GOING ON WITH YOUR JOINTS: EXPLORING CASE-FINDING IN LONG-TERM CONDITION REVIEW CONSULTATIONS-THE ENHANCE PILOT TRIAL. RHEUMATOLOGY (vol. 56, p. 121). link>
  • Paskins Z, Jinks C, Mahmood W, Jayakumar P, Sangan C, Belcher J, Gwilym S. 2016. PUBLIC PRIORITY SETTING FOR RESEARCH IN OSTEOPOROSIS AND FRACTURE: RESULTS FROM A NATIONAL E-SURVEY. OSTEOPOROSIS INTERNATIONAL (vol. 27, p. 629). link>
  • Lawton SA, Healey E, Lewis M, Nicholls E, Jinks C, Tan V, Finney A, Mallen CD, Team ENHANCES. 2016. Challenges and solutions for the operationalisation of the ENHANCE study: a pilot stepped wedge trial within a general practice setting. TRIALS (vol. 17). link> doi> full text>
  • Jinks C, Healey EL, Chew-Graham C, McLachlan S, Pincus T, McBeth J, Team I. 2016. INCREASING PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN OLDER PEOPLE WITH PAIN: DEVELOPMENT OF A BRIEF AND SIMPLE INTERVENTION TO PROMOTE WALKING. RHEUMATOLOGY (vol. 55, pp. 81-82). link>
  • Mahmood W, Jinks C, Jayakumar P, Gwilym S, Paskins Z, Res RIPCHS. 2016. PUBLIC PRIORITY SETTING FOR RESEARCH IN OSTEOPOROSIS. RHEUMATOLOGY (vol. 55, pp. 109-110). link>
  • Jinks C, Moore AJ, Holden MA, Foster NE, Team BEEPT. 2016. IDENTIFYING BARRIERS AND FACILITATORS TO EXERCISE AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN OLDER ADULTS WITH KNEE PAIN: FINDINGS FROM THE BEEP TRIAL LONGITUDINAL QUALITADTIVE STUDY. OSTEOARTHRITIS AND CARTILAGE (vol. 24, p. S186). link> doi>
  • Jinks C, Morden A, Chew-Graham C, Porcheret M, Finney A, Dziedzic K, Healey EL, Tan V, Cooper V, Jordan J, Mallen C. 2015. CASE-FINDING FOR JOINT PAIN AND ANXIETY AND DEPRESSION: THE ENHANCE STUDY. ANNALS OF THE RHEUMATIC DISEASES (vol. 74, p. 1182). link> doi>
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