Dr Graham Moore
Telephone:+44 (0)29 208 75360
Fax:+44 (0)29 208 79054
Address:Room 1.16, 1-3 Museum Place
My research interests are in understanding the the theoretical basis, implementation, functioning and effectiveness of interventions to improve public health, and intervention effects on socioeconomic inequalities in health. My original disciplinary background is in psychology, and I am experienced predominantly as a quantitative researcher, having performed and published statistical analyses from a wide range of large public health studies. However, I am interested in the development of mixed-method, interdisciplinary approaches to evaluation. My PhD thesis, submitted in 2010, focused on developing a mixed-methods framework for process evaluation within complex public health intervention. I have since led the development of Medical Research Council guidance on process evaluation of complex interventions. I am currently funded by an MRC Population Health Scientist Fellowship which examines effects of school-based health improvement interventions on socioeconomic inequalities in childhood health behaviours. I also recently led a survey of children’s smoking in cars in children, which was referenced within the Welsh Government’s press release as informing their decision to ban smoking in cars carrying children.