Published Letters

Published Letters


8. Parnell, D. (2018). Re: Rise in mortality in England and Wales in first seven weeks of 2018. British Medical Journal360 doi:

7. Parnell, D. (2018). Re: NHS must prioritise health of children and young people. British Medical Journal, 360 DOI

6. Parnell, D., Bailey, R., & Cope, E. (2018). Re: Effectiveness of a childhood obesity prevention programme delivered through schools, targeting 6 and 7 year olds: cluster randomised controlled trial (WAVES study). British Medical Journal, 360 DOI:


5. Pringle, A., Curran, K., Zwolinsky, S., & Parnell, D. (2015). Sport and Arts- Important Settings for Health Improvement. Perspectives in Public Health, 135(5):218. DOI:10.1177/1757913915597822

4. Parnell, D & Hylton, K (2015). The community network: an Aboriginal community football club bringing people together: Who or what is making the assists to score social goals? Australian Journal of Primary Health,

3. Parnell, D., & Curran, K. (2015). The role professional football clubs could play in delivering pragmatic physical activity interventions in the recovery from mental illness. British Journal of Sports Medicine, DOI: 10.1136/bjsports-2015-094582


2. Parnell, D, Pringle A, McKenna J. & Zwolinsky S. (2014). Comments on Bruun, al. Community-Based Recreational Football: A Novel Approach to Promote Physical Activity and Quality of Life in Prostate Cancer Survivors. International Journal of Environmental Research in Public Health, 11(7): 6842-6843. DOI: 10.3390/ijerph110706842

1. Zwolinsky S, Pringle A., McKenna J., & Parnell D. (2014). Response to – World Cup 2014: festival of football or alcohol? British Medical Journal, 348:g3772. DOI: