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Cragg, L., Fletcher, Adam and Nutland, W. 2015. Multi-level interventions and programmes in health promotion. In: Nutland, W. and Cragg, L. eds. Health Promotion Practice, Maidenhead: Open University Press, pp. 195-209.


Dina, Nafees U., Moore, Graham, Murphy, Simon, Wilkinson, Clare and Williams, Nefyn Howard 2015. Health professionals' perspectives on exercise referral and physical activity promotion in primary care: Findings from a process evaluation of the National Exercise Referral Scheme in Wales. Health Education Journal 74 (6) , pp. 743-757. 10.1177/0017896914559785


Evans, Rhiannon, Murphy, Simon and Scourfield, Jonathan 2015. Implementation of a school-based social and emotional learning intervention: understanding diffusion processes within complex systems. Prevention Science 16 , pp. 754-764. 10.1007/s11121-015-0552-0

Evans, Rhiannon Emily 2015. The gender of suicide: knowledge production, theory and suicidology [Book Review]. Critical Public Health 25 (2) , pp. 239-240. 10.1080/09581596.2014.966529

Evans, Rhiannon Emily, Scourfield, Jonathan Bryn and Murphy, Simon 2015. Pragmatic, formative process evaluations of complex interventions and why we need more of them [Editorial]. Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health 69 (10) , pp. 925-926. 10.1136/jech-2014-204806


Fletcher, Adam 2015. Becoming a scientific society: making the living laboratory work for public services in Wales. [Online]. Cost of Living. Available at:

Fletcher, Adam 2015. School culture and classroom climate. In: Bosworth, Kris ed. Prevention Science in School Settings: Complex Relationships and Processes, New York: Springer, pp. 273-285.

Fletcher, Adam, Fitzgerald-Yau, N., Wiggins, M., Viner, R. and Bonell, C. 2015. Involving young people in changing their school environment to make it safer: findings from a process evaluation in English secondary schools. Health Education 115 (3/4) , pp. 322-338. 10.1108/HE-04-2014-0063

Fletcher, Adam and Moore, Graham 2015. Electronic-cigarette use among young people in Wales: evidence from two cross-sectional surveys. Presented at: Wales Institute for Social and Economic Research, Data & Methods (WISERD) Annual Conference 2015, Cardiff, UK, 30 June-2 July 2015.

Fone, David Lawrence, Dunstan, Frank David John, White, Jamie, Webster, C., Rodgers, S., Lee, S., Shiode, N., Orford, Scott, Brennan, I., Sivarajasingam, Vaseekaran, Morgan, J., Fry, R. and Lyons, R. 2015. Change in alcohol outlet density and the risk of violent crime. Presented at: 41st Annual Alcohol Epidemiology Symposium of the Kettil Bruun Society, Munich, Germany, 1-5 June 2015.


Greene, Giles, Gregory, Alice M., Fone, David and White, James 2015. Childhood sleeping difficulties and depression in adulthood: the 1970 British Cohort Study. Journal of Sleep Research 24 (1) , pp. 19-23. 10.1111/jsr.12200

Grey, Jillian M., Griffith, Gemma M., Totsika, Vasiliki and Hastings, Richard P. 2015. Families' experiences of seeking out-of-home accommodation for their adult child with an intellectual disability. Journal of Policy and Practice in Intellectual Disabilities 12 (1) , pp. 47-57. 10.1111/jppi.12106


Hallingberg, Britt, Moore, Simon Christopher, Morgan, Joanne E., Bowen, Katharine Louise and Van Goozen, Stephanie Helena Maria 2015. Adolescent male hazardous drinking and participation in organised activities: Involvement in team sports is associated with less hazardous drinking in young offenders. Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health 25 (1) , pp. 28-41. 10.1002/cbm.1912

Hewitt, Gillian 2015. The school health research network: progress, lessons and future plans. Presented at: Health Challenge Wales: Evidence for Policy Seminar Series. The School Health Research Network? achievements and future plans, Cardiff, 19 March 2015.

Hewitt, Gillian, Roberts, Joan, Fletcher, Adam and Murphy, Simon 2015. Starting as we mean to go on: building knowledge translation and exchange into a School Health Research Network in Wales. Presented at: International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, Edinburgh, UK, 3-6 June 2015.

Hewitt, Gillian, Sims, Sarah, Greenwood, Nan, Jones, Fiona, Ross, Fiona and Harris, Ruth 2015. Interprofessional teamwork in stroke care: is it visible or important to patients and carers? Journal of Interprofessional Care 29 (4) , pp. 331-339. 10.3109/13561820.2014.950727

Hewitt, Gillian, Sims, Sarah and Harris, Ruth 2015. Evidence of communication, influence and behavioural norms in interprofessional teams: a realist synthesis. Journal of Interprofessional Care 29 (2) , pp. 100-105. 10.3109/13561820.2014.941458


Jacob, Nina Katherine 2015. Realising the potential of social media for self-harm research. Presented at: 28th World Congress of the International Association for Suicide Prevention, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 16-20 June 2015.

Jenkins, Kim T., Benton, David, Tapper, Katy, Murphy, Simon and Moore, Laurence 2015. A cross-sectional observational study of the nutritional intake of UK primary school children from deprived and non-deprived backgrounds: implications for school breakfast schemes. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 12 , 86. 10.1186/s12966-015-0238-9


Moore, Graham, Audrey, Suzanne, Barker, Mary, Bond, Lyndal, Bonell, Chris, Hardeman, Wendy, Moore, Laurence, O'Cathain, Alicia, Tinati, Tannaze, Wight, Daniel and Baird, Janis 2015. Process evaluation of complex interventions: a summary of Medical Research Council guidance. In: Richards, David and Hallberg, Ingallil eds. Complex interventions in health: an overview of research methods, London: Routledge,

Moore, Graham, Audrey, Suzanne, Barker, Mary, Bond, Lyndal, Bonell, Chris, Hardeman, Wendy, Moore, Laurence Anthony Russell, O'Cathain, Alicia, Tinati, Tannaze, Wight, Daniel and Baird, Janis 2015. Process evaluation of complex interventions: Medical Research Council guidance. BMJ 350 (mar19) , h1258. 10.1136/bmj.h1258

Moore, Graham, Hewitt, Gillian, Evans, John David, Littlecott, Hannah, Holliday, Joanne, Ahmed, Nilufar, Moore, Laurence Anthony Russell, Murphy, Simon and Fletcher, Adam 2015. Electronic-cigarette use among young people in Wales: evidence from two cross-sectional surveys. BMJ Open 5 (4) , e007072. 10.1136/bmjopen-2014-007072

Moore, Graham and Littlecott, Hannah 2015. School- and family-level socioeconomic status and health behaviors: multilevel analysis of a national survey in Wales, United Kingdom. Journal of School Health 85 (4) , pp. 267-275. 10.1111/josh.12242

Moore, Graham, Littlecott, Hannah, Turley, Ruth, Waters, Elizabeth and Murphy, Simon 2015. Socioeconomic gradients in the effects of universal school-based health behaviour interventions: a systematic review of intervention studies. BMC Public Health 15 , pp. 1-15. 10.1186/s12889-015-2244-x

Moore, Graham, Moore, Laurence Anthony, Littlecott, Hannah, Ahmed, N., Lewis, Sophia, Sulley, G., Jones, Elen and Holliday, Joanne 2015. Prevalence of smoking restrictions and child exposure to secondhand smoke in cars and homes: a repeated cross-sectional survey of children aged 10-11 years in Wale. BMJ Open 5 (1) , e006914. 10.1136/bmjopen-2014-006914

Moore, Simon Christopher and Murphy, Simon 2015. All-Wales licensed premises intervention (AWLPI): A randomised controlled trial of an intervention to reduce alcohol-related crime. Presented at: Kettil Bruun Society, Munich, Germany, 1 - 5 June 2015.

Morgan, Kelly 2015. Obesity in pregnancy: infant health service utilisation and costs on the NHS. BMJ Open 5 (11) , e008357. 10.1136/bmjopen-2015-008357

Morgan-Trimmer, Sarah 2015. Improving process evaluations of health behavior interventions: learning from the social sciences. Evaluation & the Health Professions 38 (3) , pp. 295-314. 10.1177/0163278713497363

Murphy, Simon 2015. Developing policy relevant research and evidence based practice: Can we change the school system? Presented at: Wellbeing in Schools (WiSe) Showcase event 2015, Queens University, Belfast, UK, 24 June 2015.

Murphy, Simon 2015. Intervention co-production as a method to facilitate implementation and sustainability: working with environmental health practitioners to develop and evaluate an alcohol related violence intervention in the night time economy. Presented at: UKCRC Public Health Research Centres of Excellence Conference, Edinburgh, UK, 19-20 November 2015.

Murphy, Simon 2015. Public health improvement in Wales. The context for policy development. Presented at: Policy Forum for Wales: Health and Wellbeing in Wales - new regulations, promoting healthier lifestyles and tackling health inequalities, Cardiff, UK, 2 July 2015.

Murphy, Simon and Bishop, Julie 2015. The School Health Research Network: building a data and partnership infrastructure for national health improvement planning and evaluation. Presented at: Welsh Public Health Conference, Cardiff, 2-3 November 2015.


Poole, Ria, Smith, Daniel and Simpson, Sharon Anne 2015. How patients contribute to an online psychoeducation forum for bipolar disorder: a virtual participant observation study. JMIR Mental Health 2 (3) , e21. 10.2196/mental.4123

Poole, Ria, Smith, Daniel and Simpson, Sharon Anne 2015. Patients' perspectives of the feasibility, acceptability and impact of a group-based psychoeducation programme for bipolar disorder: a qualitative analysis. BMC Psychiatry 15 (184) 10.1186/s12888-015-0556-0


Reed, Hayley 2015. Involving children and young people in research. Presented at: Involving People Annual Meeting 2015, Cardiff, UK, 4 February 2015.

Reed, Hayley and Sanders, Oliver 2015. ALPHA – a young people’s research advisory group. INVOLVE Newsletter Winter (2014-5)


Segrott, Jeremy, Rothwell, Heather, Hewitt, Gillian, Playle, Rebecca, Huang, Chao, Murphy, Simon, Moore, Laurence, Hickman, Matthew and Reed, Hayley 2015. Preventing alcohol misuse in young people: an exploratory cluster randomised controlled trial of the Kids, Adults Together (KAT) programme. Public Health Research 3 (15) 10.3310/phr03150

Sims, Sarah, Hewitt, Gillian and Harris, Ruth 2015. Evidence of a shared purpose, critical reflection, innovation and leadership in interprofessional healthcare teams: a realist synthesis. Journal of Interprofessional Care 29 (3) , pp. 209-215. 10.3109/13561820.2014.941459

Sims, Sarah, Hewitt, Gillian and Harris, Ruth 2015. Evidence of collaboration, pooling of resources, learning and role blurring in interprofessional healthcare teams: a realist synthesis. Journal of Interprofessional Care 29 (1) , pp. 20-25. 10.3109/13561820.2014.939745


Trickey, Heather 2015. A conceptual framework for breastfeeding peer support. Presented at: Research Advisory Comittee, King’s College London, UK, 21 October 2015.

Trickey, Heather 2015. Interpreting and communicating the evidence for breastfeeding peer support. Presented at: Reserach Advisory Group NCT, St James's Hospital, London, October 2015.

Trickey, Heather, Holland, Sally, Sanders, Julia and Tedstone, Sally 2015. Clarifying and communicating a conceptual framework for breastfeeding peer support interventions: are we talking about the same thing here? Presented at: Nutrition and Nurture in Infancy and Childhood: Biocultural Perspectives, Grange over Sands, Cumbria, UK, 10-12 June 2015.

Trickey, Heather and Plachcinski, Rachel 2015. Communicating and contextualising public health messages: what forms of information do new and expectant parents find helpful and respectful? Presented at: Drinking for Two: Alcohol Concern Cymru’s 2015 Conference, Cardiff, UK, 21 September 2015.

Trickey, Heather and Sanders, Julia 2015. Clarifying and communicating a conceptual framework for breastfeeding peer support interventions: what are the key components, how do we expect them to interact? [Conference abstract]. Maternal & Child Nutrition 11 (S2) , pp. 115-116.

Trickey, Heather, Sanders, Julia and Totelin, Laurence Marie Victoria 2015. Nain and Mam and Me: historical artefacts, social history and opening the conversation about infant feeding in Wales. NCT Perspective 29 , pp. 33-34.

Turney, Catherine and Reed, Hayley 2015. Health and education: what matters? [Online]. Cardiff: DECIPHer. Available at:


White, James, Zaninotto, P., Walters, K., Kivimäki, M., Demakakos, P., Shankar, A., Kumari, M., Gallacher, John Edward and Batty, G. D. 2015. Severity of depressive symptoms as a predictor of mortality: the English longitudinal study of ageing. Psychological Medicine 45 (13) , pp. 2771-2779. 10.1017/S0033291715000732

White, Jamie, Hawkins, J. and Madden, K. 2015. Collaboration and co-production: a framework for the developing, piloting and refining of public health interventions from the ASSIST+Frank study. Presented at: Public Health Wales Conference, Cardiff, UK, 2 - 3rd November 2015.

White, Jamie, Rehkopf, D. and Mortensen, L. 2015. Trends in socioeconomic inequalities in Body Mass Index, underweight and obesity among English children, 2007-2008 to 2011-2012. Presented at: UK CRC Public Health Conference, Edinburgh, UK, 19 - 20 November 2015.

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