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Publications

  1. & Exploring global meaning in Greek breast cancer patients: validation of the Life Attitude Profile-Revised (LAP-R). Psycho-Oncology 20(4), 419-427.
  2. & Intrusive Thoughts and Psychological Adjustment to Breast Cancer: Exploring the Moderating and Mediating Role of Global Meaning and Emotional Expressivity. Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings 17(2), 137-149.
  3. & Physician Burnout and Patient Satisfaction with Consultation in Primary Health Care Settings: Evidence of Relationships from a one-with-many Design. Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings

Teaching

  • PPS201 Interrogating Quantitative Social Science Methods

    This module will build on research knowledge attained in year one and will provide and contextualise knowledge related to science and scientific research. The module will particularly focus on developing students┬┐ understanding of survey research. It will utilise real-world examples to critically analyse quantitative research design, data collection and analysis in order to assess the research of others. It will include an appreciation of descriptive statistics and will introduce students to simple multivariate/regression analysis using computer software (SPSS).

  • SHC214 Research Methods and Statistics

    This module seeks to enable students to become critical users and readers of health related research. It further aims to provide the basic tools to enable students to carry out simple statistical analysis on data of varying types.

  • SHG293 Introduction to Clinical Leadership

    The current and future challenges in health and social care make it essential for front line practitioners to have leadership skills and be able to influence and manage change to improve the care and outcomes for service users and contribute to drive forward service improvement. This module will provide students with the theory underpinning leadership and the management of change and the opportunity to explore and discuss their application in the context of clinical practice.