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Research Profile

Mrs Sarah MacDonald  


Selected Publications

MacDonald S, Rothwell, H and Moore L. Getting it right: designing adolescent-centred smoking cessation. Addiction, 2007;102(7):1147-1150.

Murphy S, MacDonald S, Harrop E & Rothwell H (2006) Individual and collective roles and responsibilities for health: An overview of three research studies examining the general public and key organisational stakeholders. Prepared for the Welsh Assembly Government 2006.

Rothwell H, Murphy S, MacDonald S, Harrop E. Organisational roles and responsibilities for health: a pilot survey of businesses, primary and secondary schools and local government. Working Paper 78. Cardiff University, School of Social Sciences, 2006.

MacDonald S, Harrop E, Rothwell H & Murphy S. Organisational roles and responsibilities for health: interviews with representatives from the statutory and non-statutory sectors. Working Paper 77. Cardiff University, School of Social Sciences, 2006.

Murphy S, Harrop E, MacDonald S, Rothwell H. An examination of perceptions of roles and responsibilities for health amongst the general public. Working Paper 76. Cardiff University, School of Social Sciences, 2006.

MacDonald S, Geesink I, Moore L. Evaluation of European Adolescent Smoking Cessation Pilot Programme Report for the Welsh Assembly Government. Working Paper 73. Cardiff University, School of Social Sciences, 2005.

MacDonald S, Elliott E, Moore L. Evaluation of Equity Training and Advocacy Grant Pilot Programme, Report Prepared for the Public Health Strategy Division of the National Assembly for Wales. Working Paper 72. Cardiff University, School of Social Sciences, 2005.

Francis S, Geesink I, Moore L. Adolescent smoking cessation: evaluating a European pilot programme. Interaction, ENYPAT Newsletter, special smoking cessation edition. No 18, 2005: 9-13

Elliott E, Francis S. Making Effective Links to Decision-Making: Key Challenges for Health Impact Assessment, Environmental Impact Assessment Review, 2005;25:747-757.

Francis S and Elliott E, Health Impact Assessment: It’s Impact on Skills, Knowledge and Action, Chief Medical Officer for Wales 2004