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Journal articles

Foster C, Cavill N.  "I don't see many adults on a bicycle" - is it time to despair for the human race? Reflections on the gap between the numbers of bicycles owned and the numbers of cyclists. Preventive Medicine, 2011, (in press).

Biddle, S J. H,  Atkin, A J. Cavill, Nick and Foster, C (2011) 'Correlates of Physical activity in youth: a review of quantitative systematic reviews'. International Review of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 4: 1, 25 — 49

Kahlmeier S, Racioppi F, Cavill N, Rutter H, Oja P. "Health in all policies" in practice: guidance and tools to quantifying the health effects of cycling and walking. J Phys Act Health. 2010 Mar;7 Suppl 1:S120-5.

Atkin AJ, Gorely T, Biddle SJ, Cavill N, Foster C. Interventions to Promote Physical Activity in Young People Conducted in the Hours Immediately After School: A Systematic Review. Int J Behav Med. 2010 Jul 25.

Allender S, Cavill N, Parker M, Foster C.  “Tell us something we don't already know or do!” - The response of planning and transport professionals to public health guidance on the built environment and physical activity. Journal of Public Health and Policy. 2009 Apr; 30(1):102-16.

Cavill N, Kahlmeier S, Rutter H, Racioppia F, Oja P. Economic analyses of transport infrastructure and policies including health effects related to cycling and walking: A systematic review. Transport Policy 2008;15(5):291-304.

Ogilvie D, Foster CE, Rothnie H, Cavill N, Hamilton V, Fitzsimons CF, Mutrie N; Scottish Physical Activity Research Collaboration.  Interventions to promote walking: systematic review.  British Medical Journal. 2007 Jun 9;334(7605):1204. Epub 2007 May 31.

Cavill N, Watkins F. Cycling and health: an exploratory study of views about cycling in an area of North Liverpool. (2007).  Health Education. Vol 107 No. 5, 404 - 420

Cavill N, Rutter H, Hill A. Action on cycling in primary care trusts: Results of a survey of Directors of Public Health. Public Health. 2007 Feb;121(2):100-5.

Cavill N, Foster C, Oja P, Martin BW. (2006).  An evidence-based approach to physical activity promotion and policy development in Europe: contrasting case studies.  Promotion & Education VOL. XIII, NO. 2.

Cavill N, Bauman A.  Changing the way people think about health-enhancing physical activity: do mass media campaigns have a role?  Journal of Sports Science.  2004, 22, 771-190.  

Hillsdon M, Cavill N, Nanchahal K, Diamond A, White I.   National Level promotion of physical activity: results from England’s ACTIVE for LIFE camapign.   J Epidemiol Community Health 2001; 55:0-6. 

Cavill N.   Walking & Health: making the links.  World Transport Policy & Practice 2001: 7; 4:033-39. 

Cavill N.    National Campaigns - Can They Make A Difference?  International Journal of Obesity.  (1998) 22, Suppl 2, S48-S51

Marcus B, Forsyth L, Owen N, Cavill N, Fridinger F.   The role of media-based interventions in promoting physical activity.  American Journal of Preventive Medicine.   Vol 15  No 4, November 1998.  Pp 362 – 378

Cavill N., Biddle S., Sallis J.F.  Health Enhancing Physical Activity For Young People: Statement Of The United Kingdom Expert Consensus Conference.  Paediatric Exercise Science 2001, 13, 12-25.

Book chapters 

 Cavill N, Foster C. How to promote health enhancing physical activity: Community interventions.  In: Oja P, Borms J, editors. Health Enhancing Physical Activity. Perspectives Vol. 6. London: Meyer & Meyer Sport; 2004.

Cavill N. Promoting physical activity through policy change: art, science or politics? In Physical Activity and Health Promotion (2009). Dugdill L, Crone D, Murphy R (eds). London. Wiley Blackwell.

Cavill, N.  2003  The potential of non–motorised transport for promoting health.  In Sustainable Transport, Woodhead Publishing UK. 

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