Publications

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2020

Long S, Littlecott H, Hawkins J, Eccles G, Fletcher A, Hewitt G, Murphy S, Moore G
Testing the “Zero‐Sum Game” Hypothesis: An Examination of School Health Policies and Practices and Inequalities in Educational Outcomes
Journal of School Health

Moore F, Anthony R, Hawkins J, Van Godwin J, Murphy S, Hewitt G, Melendez-Torres G
Socioeconomic status, mental wellbeing and transition to secondary school: Analysis of the School Health Research Network/Health Behaviour in School‐aged Children survey in Wales
British Educational Research Journal

2019

Melendez-Torres G, Hewitt G, Hallingberg B, Anthony R, Collishaw S, Hall J, Murphy S, Moore G
Measurement invariance properties and external construct validity of the short Warwick-Edinburgh mental wellbeing scale in a large national sample of secondary school students in Wales
Health and Quality of Life Outcomes

Melendez-Torres G, Anthony R, Hewitt G, Murphy S, Moore G
Prevalence of gambling behaviours and their associations with socioemotional harm among 11–16 year olds in Wales: findings from the School Health Research Network survey
European Journal of Public Health

Young H, Long S, Melendez-Torres G, Kim H, Hewitt G, Murphy S, Moore G
Dating and relationship violence victimization and perpetration among 11–16 year olds in Wales: a cross-sectional analysis of the School Health Research Network (SHRN) survey
Journal of Public Health

Morgan K, Melendez-Torres G, Bond A, Hawkins J, Hewitt G, Murphy S, Moore G
Socio-Economic inequalities in adolescent summer holiday experiences, and mental wellbeing on return to school: analysis of the School Health Research Network / Health Behaviour in School-aged Children survey in Wales
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health

Hallingberg B, Maynard O, Bauld L, Brown R, Gray L, Lowthian E, MacKintosh A, Moore L, Munafo M, Moore G

Have e-cigarettes renormalised or displaced youth smoking? Results of a segmented regression analysis of repeated cross sectional survey data in England, Scotland and Wales

Tobacco Control
Littlecott H, Moore G, Gallagher H, Murphy S
From complex interventions to complex systems: using social network analysis to understand school engagement with health and wellbeing
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health
2018

Murphy S, Littlecott H, Hewitt G, MacDonald S, Roberts J, Bishop J, Roberts C, Thurston R, Bishop A, Moore L, Mooore G

A Transdisciplinary Complex Adaptive Systems (T-CAS) Approach to Developing a National School-Based Culture of Prevention for Health Improvement: the School Health Research Network (SHRN) in Wales

Prevention Science

Evans R, Parker R, Russell A, Mathews F, Ford T, Hewitt G, Scourfield J, Janssens A

Adolescent self‐harm prevention and intervention in secondary schools: a survey of staff in England and Wales

Child and Adolescent Mental Health

Littlecott H, Moore G, Murphy S

Student health and well-being in secondary schools: the role of school support staff alongside teaching staff

Pastoral Care in Education

Hewitt G, Roberts J, Fletcher A, Moore G, Murphy S
Improving young people’s health and well-being through a school health research network: Reflections on school-researcher engagement at the national level 
Research for All

Roberts L, Long SJ, Young H, Hewitt G, Murphy S, Moore G
Sexual health outcomes for young people in state care: Cross-sectional analysis of a national survey and views of social care professionals in Wales
Children and Youth Sciences Review

Midgely L, Murphy S, Moore G, Hewitt G, White J
Multilevel population-based cross-sectional study examining school substance-misuse policy and the use of cannabis, mephedrone and novel psychoactive substances amongst 11-16 year olds in schools in Wales
BMJ

Littlecott H, Long S, Hawkins J, Murphy S, Hewitt G, Eccles G, Fletcher A, Moore G
Health improvement and educational attainment in secondary schools: complementary or competing policies? Exploratory analyses from the School Health Research Network in Wales
Health Education & Behaviour

Moore G, Cox R, Evans R, Hallingberg B, Hawkins J, Littlecott H, Long S, Murphy S
School, peer and family relationships and adolescent substance use, subjective wellbeing and mental health symptoms in Wales: A cross-sectional study
Child Indicators Research

2017

de Lacy E, Fletcher A, Hewitt G, Murphy S, Moore G
Cross-sectional study examining the prevalence, correlates and sequencing of electronic cigarette and tobacco use among 11-16 year olds in schools in Wales
BMJ Open

Moore G, Littlecott H, Evans R, Murphy S, Hewitt G, Fletcher A
School composition, school culture and socioeconomic inequalities in young people’s health: Multi-level analysis of the Health Behaviour in School-aged Children (HBSC) survey in Wales
British Educational Research Journal

Long S, Evans R, Fletcher A, Hewitt G, Murphy S, Young H, Moore G
Comparison of substance use, subjective well-being and interpersonal relationships among young people in foster care and private households: a cross sectional analysis of the School Health Research Network survey in Wales
BMJ Open

Young H, Long S, Hallingberg B, Fletcher A, Hewitt G, Murphy S, Moore G
School practices important for students’ sexual health: Analysis of the School Health Research Network survey in Wales
European Journal of Public Health

Long S, Littlecott H, Eccles G Fletcher A, Hawkins J, Hewitt G, Murphy S, Moore G
Testing the zero-sum games hypothesis: An examination of school health policy and practice inequalities in educational outcomes (abstract)
The Lancet

2016

Moore G F, Littlecott H J, Fletcher A, Hewitt G, Murphy S
Variations in schools’ commitment to health and implementation of health improvement activities: a cross-sectional study of secondary schools in Wales
BMC Public Health

Morgan K, Hallingberg B, Littlecott H, Murphy Murphy, Fletcher A, Roberts C, Moore G
Predictors of physical activity and sedentary behaviours among 11-16 year olds: Multilevel analysis of the 2013 Health Behaviour in School-aged Children (HBSC) study in Wales
BMC Public Health

Hallingberg B, Fletcher A, Murphy S, Morgan K, Littlecott H J, Roberts J, Moore G F
Do stronger school smoking policies make a difference? Analysis of the health behaviour in school-aged children survey
The European Journal of Public Health

2015

Moore G, Hewitt G, Evans J, Littlecott H J, Holliday J, Ahmed N, Moore L, Murphy S, Fletcher A
Electronic-cigarette use among young people in Wales: evidence from two cross-sectional surveys
BMJ Open