Dr Jo Holliday
Moore, G., Currie, D., Gilmore, D., Holliday, J., and Moore, L. (2012) Socioeconomic inequalities in childhood exposure to secondhand smoke before and after smoke-free legislation in three UK countries. Journal of Public Health doi: 10.1093/pubmed/fds025
Mercken, L., Steglich, C., Sinclair, P., Holliday, J., and Moore, L. (2012) A longitudinal social network analysis of peer influence, peer selection and smoking behaviour in British schools. Health Psychology, 31, 4, 450-9
Hollingworth, W., Cohen, D., Hawkins, J., Hughes, R., Moore, L., Holliday, J., Audrey, S., Starkey, F. and Campbell, R. (2012) Reducing smoking in adolescents: cost-effectiveness results from the cluster randomised ASSIST (A Stop Smoking In Schools Trial). Nicotine and Tobacco Research, 14, 2, 161-8
Steglich, C., Sinclair, P., Holliday, J. and Moore, L. (2012) Actor-based Analysis of Peer Influence in A Stop Smoking In Schools Trial (ASSIST). Social Networks 34, 3, 359–369
Moore, G.F., Holliday, J. and Moore, L. (2011) Socioeconomic patterning in changes in child exposure to secondhand smoke after implementation of smoke-free legislation in Wales. Nicotine & Tobacco Research doi: 10.1093/ntr/ntr093
Holliday, J., Chadderton, C. and Moore, L. (2011) Evaluation of the Wales-Wide Implementation of the ASSIST Programme, Cardiff University School of Social Sciences working paper number 147. ISBN 978-1-908469-06-9
Holliday, J., Rothwell, H, and Moore, L. (2010) The relative importance of different measures of peer smoking on adolescent smoking behaviour: cross sectional and longitudinal analyses of a large British cohort. Journal of Adolescent Health, 47, 1, 58-66.
Holliday, J., Moore, G.F. and Moore, L. (2009) Changes in child exposure to secondhand smoke after implementation of smoke-free legislation in Wales: a repeated cross-sectional study. BMC Public Health, 9, 430.
Starkey, F., Audrey, S., Holliday, J., Moore, L. and Campbell, R. (2009) Identifying influential young people to undertake effective peer-led health promotion: the example of A Stop Smoking in Schools Trial (ASSIST). Health Education Research, 24, 6, 977-988
Holliday, J., Audrey, S., Moore, L., Parry-Langdon, N. and Campbell, R. (2009) High fidelity? How should we consider variations in the delivery of school-based health promotion interventions? Health Education Journal, 68, 1, 44-62.
Campbell, R., Starkey, F., Holliday, J., Audrey, S., Bloor, M., Parry-Langdon, N., Hughes, R., & Moore, L. (2008). An informal school-based peer-led intervention for smoking prevention in adolescence (ASSIST): a cluster randomised trial. The Lancet, 371,1595-1602.
Audrey, S., Holliday, J., and Campbell, R. (2008). Commitment and compatibility: Teachers' perspectives on the implementation of a school-based, peer-led smoking intervention. Health Education Journal, 67, 2, 74-90.
Audrey, S., Holliday, J., and Campbell, R. (2006). It's good to talk: An adolescent perspective of talking to their friends about being smoke-free. Social Science and Medicine, 63, 2, 320-344.
Audrey, S., Holliday, J., Parry-Langdon, N., and Campbell, R., et al. (2006). Meeting the challenges of implementing process evaluation within randomised controlled trials: the example of ASSIST (A Stop Smoking in Schools Trial). Health Education Research, 21, 3, 366-377.
Parry-Langdon, N., Bloor, M., Audrey, S. and Holliday, J. (2003) Process evaluation of health promotion interventions. Policy and Politics, 31, 2, 207-16.