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Mrs Zara Quigg

Mrs Zara Quigg

Telephone: 0151 231 4513

Biography

Zara Quigg is a Reader in Behavioural Epidemiology at the Public Health Institute (PHI) - a World Health Organization collaborating centre for violence prevention. Her role involves working at a local, national and international level to promote a public health approach to violence prevention. Zara also conducts original research on violence, nightlife health and alcohol, particularly youth violence in recreational settings, and works with partner agencies to evaluate interventions (e.g. the use of polycarbonate glassware in bars / Say No To Drunks) and services/multi-agency processes (e.g. the Specialist Domestic Violence Court Programme, Making WAVES). Having developed the North West Trauma and Injury Intelligence Group (TIIG) injury surveillance system (www.tiig,info), a key part of her role involves working with local and national partners to promote the use of local health data in violence and injury prevention activity (e.g. use of A&E data in licensing reviews). Before joining the PHI, she studied for her BSc Public Health (HONS) degree at Liverpool John Moores University. She obtained an MSc in Social Research Methods and Statistics from the University of Manchester in 2008, and her PhD from Liverpool John Moores University in 2015.

Degrees

2015, Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom, PhD
2008, University of Manchester, United Kingdom, MSc
2003, Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom, BSc

Publications

Journal Articles

Bellis M, Hughes K, Hardcastle K, Ashton K, Ford K, Quigg Z, Davies A. 2017. The impact of adverse childhood experiences on health service use across the life course using a retrospective cohort study JOURNAL OF HEALTH SERVICES RESEARCH & POLICY, 22 :168-177 >DOI >Link

Bellis MA, Hardcastle K, Ford K, Hughes K, Ashton K, Quigg Z, Butler N. 2017. Does continuous trusted adult support in childhood impart life-course resilience against adverse childhood experiences - a retrospective study on adult health-harming behaviours and mental well-being. BMC Psychiatry, 17 :110-110 >DOI >Link

Quigg Z, McGee C, Hughes K, Russell S, Bellis MA. 2017. Violence-related ambulance call-outs in the North West of England: a cross-sectional analysis of nature, extent and relationships to temporal, celebratory and sporting events EMERGENCY MEDICINE JOURNAL, 34 :364-369 >DOI >Link

Hughes K, Lowey H, Quigg Z, Bellis MA. 2016. Relationships between adverse childhood experiences and adult mental well-being: results from an English national household survey. BMC public health, 16 :222-222 >DOI

Bellis MA, Quigg Z, Hughes K, Ashton K, Ferris J, Winstock A. 2015. Harms from other people's drinking: an international survey of their occurrence, impacts on feeling safe and legislation relating to their control BMJ OPEN, 5 >DOI >Link

Hughes KE, Quigg Z, Bellis M, van Hasselt N, Calafet A, Kosir M, Duch M, Montse J, Voorham L, Goossens F. 2014. Incidents of harm in European drinking environments and relationships with venue and customer characteristics The International Journal Of Alcohol And Drug Research,

Quigg ZA, Hughes K, Bellis MA, van Hasselt N, Calafat A, Košir M, Duch M, Juan M, Voorham L, Goosens FX. 2014. Incidents of harm in European drinking environments and relationships with venue and customer characteristics International Journal of Alcohol and Drug Research,

Hughes K, Bellis MA, Leckenby N, Quigg Z, Hardcastle K, Sharples O, Llewellyn DJ. 2014. Does legislation to prevent alcohol sales to drunk individuals work? Measuring the propensity for night-time sales to drunks in a UK city JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY AND COMMUNITY HEALTH, 68 :453-456 >DOI >Link

Quigg Z, Hughes K, Bellis MA. 2013. Student drinking patterns and blood alcohol concentration on commercially organised pub crawls in the UK. Addict Behav, 38 :2924-2929 >DOI >Link

Quigg Z, Hughes K, Bellis MA. 2013. Effects of the 2010 World Cup football tournament on emergency department assault attendances in England. Eur J Public Health, 23 :383-385 >DOI >Link

Hughes K, Quigg Z, Bellis MA, Calafat A, van Hasselt N, Kosir M, Voorham L, Goossens FX, Duch M, Juan M. 2012. Drunk and disorganised: relationships between bar characteristics and customer intoxication in European drinking environments. Int J Environ Res Public Health, 9 :4068-4082 >DOI >Link

Bellis MA, Leckenby N, Hughes K, Luke C, Wyke S, Quigg Z. 2012. Nighttime assaults: using a national emergency department monitoring system to predict occurrence, target prevention and plan services. BMC Public Health, 12 :746 >DOI >Link

Quigg Z, Hughes K, Bellis MA. 2012. Data sharing for prevention: a case study in the development of a comprehensive emergency department injury surveillance system and its use in preventing violence and alcohol-related harms. Inj Prev, 18 :315-320 >DOI >Link

Hughes K, Quigg Z, Bellis MA, van Hasselt N, Calafat A, Kosir M, Juan M, Duch M, Voorham L. 2011. Drinking behaviours and blood alcohol concentration in four European drinking environments: a cross-sectional study. BMC Public Health, 11 :918 >DOI >Link

Hughes K, Quigg Z, Eckley L, Bellis M, Jones L, Calafat A, Kosir M, van Hasselt N. 2011. Environmental factors in drinking venues and alcohol-related harm: the evidence base for European intervention. Addiction, 106 Suppl 1 :37-46 >DOI >Link

Bellis MA, Hughes K, Quigg Z, Morleo M, Jarman I, Lisboa P. 2010. Cross-sectional measures and modelled estimates of blood alcohol levels in UK nightlife and their relationships with drinking behaviours and observed signs of inebriation Substance Abuse: Treatment, Prevention, and Policy, 5 >DOI

Schnitzer S, Bellis MA, Anderson Z, Hughes K, Calafat A, Juan M, Kokkevi A. 2010. Nightlife Violence: A Gender-Specific View on Risk Factors for Violence in Nightlife Settings: A Cross-Sectional Study in Nine European Countries JOURNAL OF INTERPERSONAL VIOLENCE, 25 :1094-1112 >DOI >Link

Bellis MA, Hughes K, Quigg Z, Morleo M, Jarman I, Lisboa P. 2010. Cross-sectional measures and modelled estimates of blood alcohol levels in UK nightlife and their relationships with drinking behaviours and observed signs of inebriation. Subst Abuse Treat Prev Policy, 5 :5 >DOI >Link

Morleo M, Lightowlers C, Anderson Z, Cook PA, Harkins C, Bellis MA. 2009. A review of the impact of the licensing Act 2003 on levels of violence in England and Wales: A public health perspective Crime Prevention and Community Safety, 11 :204-218 >DOI

Morleo M, Lightowlers C, Anderson ZA, Cook P, Harkins C, Bellis M. 2009. A review of the impact of the Licensing Act on levels of violence in England and Wales: a public health perspective Crime Prevention and Community Safety, :204-218 >DOI

Hughes K, Bellis MA, Calafat A, Juan M, Schnitzer S, Anderson Z. 2008. Predictors of violence in young tourists: a comparative study of British, German and Spanish holidaymakers. Eur J Public Health, 18 :569-574 >DOI >Link

Bellis MA, Hughes K, Anderson Z, Tocque K, Hughes S. 2008. Contribution of violence to health inequalities in England: demographics and trends in emergency hospital admissions for assault. J Epidemiol Community Health, 62 :1064-1071 >DOI >Link

Hughes K, Anderson Z, Morleo M, Bellis MA. 2008. Alcohol, nightlife and violence: the relative contributions of drinking before and during nights out to negative health and criminal justice outcomes. Addiction, 103 :60-65 >DOI >Link

Conference Publication (journal proceedings)

Quigg Z, Ford K, Butler N, Hardcastle K, Hughes K. 2016. KNOW THE SCORE: EVALUATION OF AN INTERVENTION TO REDUCE LEVELS OF DRUNKENNESS IN A UK NIGHTLIFE AREA INJURY PREVENTION, 22 :A227-A227 >DOI >Link

Ford K, Quigg Z, Hughes K, Butler N, Bellis MA. 2016. UNDERSTANDING THE IMPACT OF ADVERSE CHILDHOOD EXPERIENCES ON HEALTH AND WELLBEING IN ENGLAND INJURY PREVENTION, 22 :A104-A104 >DOI >Link

Hughes KE, quigg Z. Primary prevention of domestic violence Domestic violence perpetrator seminar

Reports

Quigg Z, Ford KJ, McGee C, Grey H, Hardcastle K, Hughes K. 2016. Evaluation of the Liverpool Drink Less Enjoy More intervention Evaluation of the Liverpool Drink Less Enjoy More intervention

Quigg Z, Ford KJ, Butler N, Hardcastle K, Hughes K. 2015. Evaluation of the South Wales Know The Score Intervention Evaluation of the South Wales Know The Score Intervention

Madden H, Ford K, Hardcastle K, McCoy EJ, Harrison R, Ross-Houle K, Cochrane M, Quigg Z, Timpson H. 2015. Health and Wellbeing Research: Looked After Children and Young People

Ford KJ, Quigg Z, Wood S, Grant C, Hughes K. 2015. A case study to demonstrate the use of health data in violence prevention within the voluntary and community sector: Local Solutions A case study to demonstrate the use of health data in violence prevention within the voluntary and community sector: Local Solutions

Quigg Z, Hughes K, Ford KJ, Hunt A, Hardcastle K, McGee C. 2015. Evaluation of the Liverpool Say No To Drunks Pilot Intervention Evaluation of the Liverpool Say No To Drunks Pilot Intervention

Wood S, Ford KJ, Quigg Z, Hughes K. 2014. A short guide to using health data to inform local violence prevention A short guide to using health data to inform local violence prevention

wood S, ford KJ, quigg Z, hughes K. 2014. A guide to using health data to inform local violence prevention A guide to using health data to inform local violence prevention

Hardcastle KA, Hughes K, Quigg Z. 2014. Perceptions and impact of the Shrewsbury Safer Nights minor injury unit

Quigg ZA, Rooney J, Perkins C. 2012. Violence-related ambulance call outs in the North West of England 2010/2011

Quigg ZA, Jones A, Davenport N, Sharples O, Perkins C. 2012. An Evaluation of the Fire Support Network Safe and Sound project in Liverpool

Quigg ZA, Anderson P, Braddick F, Reynolds J, Gual A, Hughes K, Bellis M, Calafat A, van Hasselt N, Kosir M. 2012. Alcohol policy in Europe: Evidence from AMPHORA

Quigg ZA, Warren I, Hughes K. 2011. Princes Park: Making WAVES. Final Evaluation Report

Quigg ZA, Eckley L, Hughes K. 2011. Speke: Making WAVES. Final Evaluation Report

Quigg ZA, Halliday D, Eckley L, Hughes K. 2011. Anfield Victim Champion: Final Evaluation Report

Quigg ZA, McCoy E, Jones L. 2011. A consultation with young people about the Impact of Domestic Violence

Quigg ZA, Eckley L, Hughes K. 2011. Liverpool Making Waves: Witness and Victim Encouragement and Support

Quigg ZA, Hughes K, Bellis M. 2011. Pub crawl – alcohol use among students attending organised drinking events

Quigg ZA, Brizell J, Rooney J. 2011. Final Evaluation of the Big Lottery Funded Cage Football Project in Liverpool

Morleo M, Elliott G, Whelan G, Quigg Z. 2011. Evaluation of the alcohol identification and brief advice work in emergency departments across Manchester

Quigg ZA, Hughes K, Hungerford D, Jarman I, Bellis M. 2010. The impact of the 2006 World Cup on Emergency Department assault attendances in Cumbria, Lancashire and Merseyside

Quigg ZA, Hungerford D, Whelan G. 2010. Assaults in Lancashire: an analysis of emergency department and ambulance data, January 2007 to December 2009

Quigg ZA, Hungerford D, Whelan G. 2010. Assaults in Merseyside: an analysis of emergency department and ambulance data, January 2007 to December 2009

Quigg ZA, Hungerford D, Whelan G. 2010. Assaults in Cumbria: an analysis of emergency department and ambulance data, January 2007 to December 2009

Quigg ZA, Rooney J, Hungerford D. 2010. Road traffic collisions in lancashire: An analysis of emergency department and ambulance data, April 2007 to March 2010

Quigg ZA, Stuart J, Hughes K, Williams K, Mehta B, Levine M, Buchanan M, Bellis M. 2010. Measuring Alcohol Related Emergency Department Attendances Amongst Young People – Pilot Study

Quigg ZA, Whelan G, Hughes K, Bellis M. 2009. Evaluation of the Lancashire Polycarbonate Glass Pilot Project

Quigg ZA, Hungerford D, Wood S, Edwards H, Khundakar K. 2009. Liverpool Unintentional Injury Prevention Audit

Quigg ZA, Hungerford D, Wood S, Edwards H, Khundakar K. 2009. Liverpool Unintentional Injury Prevention Audit: Executive Summary

Quigg ZA, Atkinson A, Hughes K, Bellis M, Sumnall H, Syed Q. 2009. Interpersonal violence and illicit drugs

Quigg ZA, Hungerford D, Hughes K. 2009. Unintentional and intentional injuries in Cumbria

Quigg ZA, Bellis M, Hughes K, Wood S. 2009. Violence prevention: the evidence. Overview

Quigg ZA, Hughes K, Bellis M, Morleo M, Jarman I, Lisboa P. 2009. Blood alcohol levels and drunkenness amongst people visiting nightlife in the North West

Quigg ZA, Hungerford D, Hughes K, Bellis M, Anderson P, Abbey A. 2008. Violence Prevention Alliance Working Group on Youth Violence, Alcohol and Nightlife Fact Sheet 4: Preventing sexual violence in nightlife environment

Quigg ZA, Hughes K. 2008. Identifying drunkenness and preventing sales of alcohol to intoxicated customers in Manchester

Quigg ZA, Hungerford D, Hughes K. 2008. Experience of crime and witness intimidation in Breckfield

Quigg ZA, Edwards H. 2008. Hospital admissions for substance use and violence in Lancashire, 2001-2005

Quigg ZA, Whelan G, Hughes K. 2008. Intimidated Witness Training: Final Training Assessment

Quigg ZA, Hungerford D, Hughes K. 2008. Evaluation of the Breckfield Making WAVES pilot project

Quigg ZA, Hungerford D, Hughes K. 2008. Evaluation of the Breckfield Making WAVES pilot project. Executive summary

Quigg ZA, Hungerford D. 2008. Situational analysis of accident and emergency department data collection in Cumbria

Quigg ZA, Bellis M, Hughes K. 2007. Violence Prevention Alliance Working Group on Youth Violence, Alcohol and Nightlife: Fact Sheet 1

Quigg ZA, Hughes K, Bellis M. 2007. Exploration of young people’s experience and perceptions of violence in Liverpool’s nightlife

Quigg ZA, Bellis M, Hughes K. 2007. Violence Prevention Alliance Working Group on Youth Violence, Alcohol and Nightlife Fact Sheet 2: The role of door staff in violence prevention

Quigg ZA, Hughes K, Hungerford D, Bellis M. 2007. Violence Prevention Alliance Working Group on Youth Violence, Alcohol and Nightlife Fact Sheet 3: Late night transport

Quigg ZA, Whelan G, Hughes K. 2007. Merseyside Specialist Domestic Violence Court Programme Situational Analysis

Quigg ZA, Whelan G. 2007. Intimidated Witness Training. Initial Training Assessment

Quigg ZA. 2006. TIIG themed report 4: Road Traffic Accidents (March 2006)

Quigg ZA, Bellis M, Hughes K. 2006. Effects of the Alcohol Misuse Enforcement Campaigns and the Licensing Act 2003 on Violence

Quigg ZA. 2005. TIIG Themed Report: Older Adults and Falls

Quigg ZA, Beynon C, Edwards S, Morleo M, McVeigh J. 2005. Drink Spiking Report

Quigg ZA, Turner L. 2005. TIIG themed report 2: Assaults (June 2005)

Quigg ZA. 2005. TIIG Themed Report No3: Injuries In Children

Quigg ZA. 2004. Substance use in a developing country – The Gambia, West Africa

Butler NL, Quigg ZA, Wallis S, Grey H, Bigland C. Liverpool's Drink Less Enjoy More intervention - Progress monitoring report

Ford K, Quigg Z, Butler NL, Hughes K. The service of alcohol to drunks: Measuring and supporting compliance with the law in Manchester City Centre's nightlife

Ford K, Butler NL, Hughes K, Quigg Z, Bellis MA. Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) in Hertfordshire, Luton and Northamptonshire

Quigg Z, Ford K, Butler NL, Hardcastle K, Hughes K. Evaluation of the South Wales Know the Score #DrinkLessEnjoyMore intervention (Phase 2)

McCoy EJ, Butler N, Quigg Z. Evaluation of the Liverpool MARAC

Hardcastle KA, Hughes KE, Quigg ZA. Experiences and attitudes towards unwanted sexual touching in the night time economy: The impact of the There's No Excuse campaign

Wood SK, Eckley L, Stuart J, Hughes K, Kelly D, Harrison D, Quigg Z. Evaluation of the Youth Crime Action Plan in Liverpool