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Nursing Staff Profiles - Dr Jan Gill - Reader

Dr. Jan Gill BSc., FHEA, FSB

Tel: 0131 474 0000


Background:


BSc (Hons) Pharmacology (Edinburgh)
PhD Biochemistry (St Andrews)
Institute of Learning and Teaching Member

Research Interests;

Consumption patterns of heavy drinkers, ABIs (alcohol brief interventions) and the physiological effects of alcohol on the reproductive system and cardiovascular risk profile of young women. Binge drinking.

Publications:

  • Gill, J. and Donaghy, M. (2004) Variation in the alcohol content of a sample of wine and spirit poured by a sample of the Scottish Population, Health Education Research 19, 485-491
  • Gill J. (2003) Blood. In Kindlen S. (Ed) Physiology and Anatomy. Rutishauser, Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone. 39-60.
  • Gill J. (2003) Acid Base Balance. In Kindlen S. (Ed) Physiology and Anatomy. Rutishauser, Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone. 239-251
  • Gill J., Donaghy, M and Warner P. (2002) Binge drinking – an essential accessory to female undergraduate life, a pilot study with Scottish undergraduate students. P2.20 Poster Presentation to Addictions 2002 Conference. Amsterdam September 2003.
  • Gill J., Donaghy, M and Warner P. (2002) Mines a double - variation in the alcohol content of a glass of wine or spirit. P2.21. Poster Presentation to Addictions 2002 Conference. Amsterdam September 2003.
  • Gill, J. (2002), “Reported Levels of Alcohol Consumption and Binge Drinking within the UK Undergraduate Student Population over the last 25 Years” Alcohol and Alcoholism, 37, 109 –120
  • Gill, J. (2000) Review of the effect of moderate alcohol consumption on female reproductive hormones, Alcohol and Alcoholism 35, 417-423.
  • Kindlen S. & Gill J. (1999) Blood and related tissues In Watson, R. (Ed) Essential Science for Nursing Students. London: Harcourt Brace, 173-197
  • Gill, J. (1997) Women, Alcohol and the Menstrual Cycle. Alcohol and Alcoholism. 32,435-441
  • Gill, J. (1993) "Alcohol problems in employment: epidemiology and responses", Alcohol and Alcoholism. 29 233-248
  • Bewick,B.M., Gill,J., Mulhearn,B., Barkham,M. and Hill,A.J. (2008) Using electronic surveying to assess psychological distress within the UK university student population: a multi-site pilot investigation. E-journal of Applied Psychology 4(2) 1-5.
  • Gill,J and O’May, F (2007) Practical demonstration of personal daily consumption limits; a useful intervention tool to promote responsible drinking among UK adults? Alcohol and Alcoholism , 42, 436-441.
  • Guise,J and Gill, J (2007) “Binge drinking? It’s good, it’s harmless fun”: A discourse analysis of accounts of female undergraduate drinking in Scotland. Health Education Research 22,895-906.
  • Gill,J., Smith,S. and Davidson, I. (2006) Association of alcohol intake with dietary and anthropometric markers of cardiovascular risk among UK female university student drinkers;results of a pilot study
  • Gill, J., Donaghy,M., Guise,J. and Warner P (2007) Descriptors and accounts of female undergraduate drinking in Scotland. Health Education Research 22, 27-36.
  • Gill,J and O’May,F (2007) How ‘sensible’ is the UK Sensible drinking message? Factors which impact on levels of alcohol consumption among newly matriculated female university students. J Public Health 29(1) 13-16.
  • Gill,J and O’May,F (2006) Drink labelling and the ‘Sensible Drinking’ message; awareness and perceptions among supermarket shoppers in Scotland, 12 Jan 2006
  • Gill,J and O’May,F (2006) People seem confused about sensible drinking messages. British Medical Journal 332 302-303.
  • Gill J., Murdoch,J and O’May F. (2008) Binge Drinking- a commentary. Nova Publishers, New York
  • Gill J. (2007) The neurobiology of emotions and mood. In Donaghy, M. et al Interventions in Rehabilitations Therapy using Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. Butterworth Heinemann Elsevier, UK.

 

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