Since completing my MSc in Health Psychology l have worked as a researcher in academic settings and charities. This work has involved working in multidisciplinary teams with different health populations in the UK and internationally. I have experience of quantitative and qualitative research. This includes NHS clinical trials and training design.
My work has included the design and delivery of self-management interventions, feasibility trials, training healthcare professionals, patient and public involvement, and the evaluation of a perinatal mental health support service.
The psychological and social effect on people with long-term conditions and their family members. Psychological based interventions to support the self-management of long-term conditions.
Living with frailty and haemodialysis: a qualitative study (2022-07-22)
Young, Hannah M. L.; Ruddock, Nicki; Harrison, Mary; Goodliffe, Samantha; Lightfoot, Courtney J.; Mayes, Juliette; Nixon, Andrew C.; Greenwood, Sharlene A.; Conroy, Simon; Singh, Sally J.; Burton, James O.; Smith, Alice C. and Eborall, Helen
BMC Nephrology, Article 260(23)
The Impact of Falls: A Qualitative Study of the Experiences of People Receiving Haemodialysis (2022)
Young, Hannah M. L.; Ruddock, Nicki; Harrison, Mary; Goodliffe, Samantha; Lightfoot, Courtney J.; Mayes, Juliet; Nixon, Andrew C.; Greenwood, Sharlene A.; Conroy, Simon; Singh, Sally J.; Burton, James O.; Smith, Alice C. and Eborall, Helen
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 19, Article e3873(7)
A journey of gender in health: Transforming health by promoting gender considerations through comic art (2021-07-01)
Joy, Phillip; Cosma, Alina; Goodliffe, Samantha; Hiltner, Sarah; Magnée, Tessa and Plug, Ilona
Journal of Applied Arts & Health, 12(2) (pp. 145-162)