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.
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 - Population Health, 3, 255 - 265
Implementation of a Cooking Bus intervention to support cooking in schools in Wales, UK
Segrott J. et al, (2017), Health Education, 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
E-cigarette use and intentions to smoke among 10-11-year-old never-smokers in Wales.
Moore GF. et al, (2016), Tob Control, 25, 147 - 152
Electronic-cigarette use among young people in Wales: evidence from two cross-sectional surveys.
Moore G. et al, (2015), BMJ Open, 5