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In 2018 Jo co-founded, along with Dr Donna Vallone of the Truth Initiative, USA, the Tobacco in Popular Culture (TIPC) international working group. The group regularly brings together global leaders in the research field of TAPS and public health with members from the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), Johns Hopkins University, Stanford University, University of Sydney, NORC, and Centres for Disease Control and prevention (CDC), to develop standardised measures to quantify TAPS across a range of media, share information and resources, and to nurture global research collaborations to influence policy and advocacy to protect young people from tobacco industry interference.She has published her work in national and international journals and has presented her research findings at international conferences and invited talks, and has worked as a World Health Organisation expert.
Jo currently lectures on the Health & Exercise Science undergraduate degree course and has international lecturing experience. She supervises Masters and undergraduate student dissertation projects in addition to PhD candidates.
- Director of Studies for Sport and Excercise Medicine.
- Externally, Jo has sat on the board of trustees of the Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation, the only dedicated lung cancer charity in the UK and also on the advisory board of Cut Films, which is an anti-smoking youth project that encourages young people to make short films to convince their peers to stop smoking.
Board Trustee, Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation1 Mar 2018 → …
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Do young adults notice and remember smoking and anti-smoking health warnings in movie scenes? A randomised controlled study.
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Project: Central government, health and local authorities
Cranwell, J., Nazar, G. P., Mullapudi, S. & Veena Kamath, V., 2 Jun 2021, In: BMJ Open. 2021, 11, e040630.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-reviewOpen Access
Fitzpatrick, I., Cranwell, J., Gilmore, A. & Byrne, D., 2021.
Research output: Contribution to conference › Poster
Exposure to tobacco imagery in popular films and the risk of ever-smoking among children in southern IndiaKulkarni, M., Veena Kamath, V., Asha Kamath, A., Lewis, S., Bogdanovica, I., Bains, M., Cranwell, J., Fogarty, A., Arora, M., Nazar, G. P., Ballal, K., Bhagawath, R. & Britton, J., 8 Sep 2020, In: Tobacco Control.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile19 Downloads (Pure)
Hospital doctors' attitudes to brief educational messages that aim to modify diagnostic test requests: A qualitative studyYoung, B., Fogarty, A., Thurley, P., Shaw, D., Lewis, S., Skelly, R., Langley, T. E., Norwood, M., Sturrock, N. & Cranwell, J., 29 Apr 2020, In: BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making. 20, 1, 80.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-reviewOpen Access2 Downloads (Pure)
Patients' attitudes towards cost feedback to doctors to prevent unnecessary testing: a qualitative focus group studyYoung, B., Fogarty, A., Skelly, R., Shaw, D., Thurley, P., Sturrock, N., Norwood, M., Langley, T. E., Lewis, S. & Cranwell, J., 31 Aug 2020, In: Public Health. 185, p. 338-340
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