Jo Waller
Jo Waller
Reader in Cancer Behavioural Science, Cancer Prevention Group, King's College London
Verified email at kcl.ac.uk - Homepage
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Nutrition knowledge and food intake
J Wardle, K Parmenter, J Waller
Appetite 34 (3), 269-275, 2000
10352000
Sex differences in the association of socioeconomic status with obesity
J Wardle, J Waller, MJ Jarvis
American journal of public health 92 (8), 1299-1304, 2002
6032002
Demographic variation in nutrition knowledge in England
K Parmenter, J Waller, J Wardle
Health education research 15 (2), 163-174, 2000
4752000
Public awareness of cancer in Britain: a population-based survey of adults
K Robb, S Stubbings, A Ramirez, U Macleod, J Austoker, J Waller, S Hiom, ...
Nature Precedings, 1-1, 2009
3052009
Parental attitudes to pre-pubertal HPV vaccination
LAV Marlow, J Waller, J Wardle
Vaccine 25 (11), 1945-1952, 2007
2962007
Knowledge, attitudes, and behavioral intentions in relation to the early detection of colorectal cancer in the United Kingdom
K McCaffery, J Wardle, JO Waller
Preventive medicine 36 (5), 525-535, 2003
2912003
Social and psychological impact of HPV testing in cervical screening: a qualitative study
K McCaffery, J Waller, J Nazroo, J Wardle
Sexually transmitted infections 82 (2), 169-174, 2006
2662006
Testing positive for human papillomavirus in routine cervical screening: examination of psychosocial impact
K McCaffery, J Waller, S Forrest, L Cadman, A Szarewski, J Wardle
BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology 111 (12), 1437-1443, 2004
2342004
Barriers to cervical cancer screening attendance in England: a population-based survey
J Waller, M Bartoszek, L Marlow, J Wardle
Journal of medical screening 16 (4), 199-204, 2009
2322009
Seeking the real Spain? Authenticity in motivation
J Waller, SEG Lea
Annals of Tourism Research 26 (1), 110-129, 1999
2191999
Awareness of human papillomavirus among women attending a well woman clinic
J Waller, K McCaffery, S Forrest, A Szarewski, L Cadman, J Wardle
Sexually Transmitted Infections 79 (4), 320-322, 2003
2082003
Mothers' attitudes towards preventing cervical cancer through human papillomavirus vaccination: a qualitative study
J Waller, LAV Marlow, J Wardle
Cancer Epidemiology and Prevention Biomarkers 15 (7), 1257-1261, 2006
1972006
The association between knowledge of HPV and feelings of stigma, shame and anxiety
J Waller, LAV Marlow, J Wardle
Sexually transmitted infections 83 (2), 155-159, 2007
1792007
Prevalence of hardcore smoking in England, and associated attitudes and beliefs: cross sectional study
MJ Jarvis, J Wardle, J Waller, L Owen
Bmj 326 (7398), 1061, 2003
1782003
Attitudes towards HPV testing: a qualitative study of beliefs among Indian, Pakistani, African-Caribbean and white British women in the UK
K McCaffery, S Forrest, J Waller, M Desai, A Szarewski, J Wardle
British journal of cancer 88 (1), 42-46, 2003
1752003
Age of onset and body dissatisfaction in obesity
J Wardle, J Waller, E Fox
Addictive behaviors 27 (4), 561-573, 2002
1742002
Public awareness that HPV is a risk factor for cervical cancer
LAV Marlow, J Waller, J Wardle
British journal of cancer 97 (5), 691-694, 2007
1732007
Development of a measurement tool to assess public awareness of cancer
S Stubbings, K Robb, J Waller, A Ramirez, J Austoker, U Macleod, S Hiom, ...
British journal of cancer 101 (S2), S13-S17, 2009
1702009
Beliefs about the risk factors for cervical cancer in a British population sample
J Waller, K McCaffery, J Wardle
Preventive medicine 38 (6), 745-753, 2004
1592004
HPV self-sampling as an alternative strategy in non-attenders for cervical screening–a randomised controlled trial
A Szarewski, L Cadman, D Mesher, J Austin, L Ashdown-Barr, R Edwards, ...
British journal of cancer 104 (6), 915-920, 2011
1552011
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