Dr Jo Holliday
BSc, MA, PhD
Research Facilitator, UK Biobank
Jo Holliday joined the Nuffield Department of Population Health in August 2015 to work as a Research Facilitator on UK Biobank. Her main role is to help manage the delivery of a wide range of enhancements projects within UK Biobank. This includes co-ordinating the development of web-based questionnaires and managing communication with UK Biobank participants.
Prior to her appointment, Jo spent 14 years working as a Research Associate, then Research Fellow in the School of Social Sciences at Cardiff University, where she also gained her PhD. During this time, Jo was Project/Trial Manager for a number of studies concerned with child and adolescent health. These projects included trials of complex public health interventions, secondary data analysis studies and policy evaluations.
Mental health in UK Biobank: development, implementation and results from an online questionnaire completed by 157 366 participants
Davis KS. et al, (2018), British Journal of Psychiatry Open, 4, 83 - 90
An application of Extended Normalisation Process Theory in a randomised controlled trial of a complex social intervention: Process evaluation of the Strengthening Families Programme (10-14) in Wales, UK.
Segrott J. et al, (2017), SSM Popul Health, 3, 255 - 265
Recruiting Opinion Leaders for the United Kingdom ASSIST Programme
Holliday JC. et al, (2017), Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Communication
Implementation of a Cooking Bus intervention to support cooking in schools in Wales, UK.
Segrott J. et al, (2017), Health Educ (Lond), 117, 234 - 251
Identifying Well-Connected Opinion Leaders for Informal Health Promotion: The Example of the ASSIST Smoking Prevention Program.
Holliday J. et al, (2016), Health Commun, 31, 946 - 953