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About

Background

Hayley is a Chartered Health Psychologist specialising in the psychological impact of long-term conditions and the development and evaluation of self-management interventions.

After completing her BSc (Hons) Applied Psychology, Hayley worked at the University of Exeter as a Research Assistant. She then went on to study for her MSc Health Psychology at the Institute of Psychiatry, Kings College London. This was followed by a Research Assistant post at University College London, where she was also Course Organizer and Teaching Assistant on the MSc Health Psychology.

Hayley started at City, University of London in 2010 as a Research Fellow alongside, completing her PhD Health Psychology. Her PhD used a mixed methods design to develop and evaluate a patient-initiated and self-monitoring follow-up service for patients with rheumatoid or psoriatic arthritis on methotrexate. Following which she undertook a post-doctoral position developing research into long-term conditions in Community Health Newham.

Hayley is now a Lecturer in Health Psychology and Programme Director for the DPsych in Health Psychology (maternity cover). She is also Lead for the Long-Term Conditions module on the MSc Health Psychology.

Qualifications

  1. PhD in Health Psychology, City, University of London, United Kingdom, Sep 2010 – Jul 2014
  2. Stage 2 Qualification in Health Psychology, British Psychological Society, United Kingdom, May 2009 – May 2013
  3. MSc in Health Psychology, King's College London, United Kingdom, Sep 2003 – Sep 2006
  4. BSc in Applied Psychology, Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom, Sep 2001 – Jun 2004

Employment

  1. Lecturer in Health Psychology, City, University of London, Jul 2016 – present
  2. Research Fellow, City, University of London, May 2012 – Jul 2016
  3. Research Associate, University College London and City, University of London, Sep 2009 – Apr 2012
  4. Demonstrator, Birkbeck, University of London, Sep 2009 – Sep 2010
  5. Teaching Associate, University College London, Feb 2009 – Jan 2010
  6. Research Fellow, University College London, Oct 2006 – Feb 2009
  7. Research Assistant, University of Exeter, May 2004 – Sep 2005

Memberships of Professional Organisations

  1. Chartered Member, British Psychological Society
  2. Registered Practitioner Psychologist, Health and Care Professions Council
  3. Associate Fellow, Higher Education Academy
  4. Affiliate Member, British Psychological Society, Division of Health Psychology

Awards

  1. Division of Health Psychology, British Psychological Society (2015) Early Career Researcher Award
  2. British Society of Rheumatology and British Health Professionals in Rheumatology Student/Newly Qualified Prize Winner

Research

Research Overview

Hayley's main research interest is self-management in chronic illness, with a specific focus on designing and evaluating complex interventions in order to enable patients to manage their own condition. Her current principal research is looking at how patients with comorbid severe mental illness and diabetes manage their type 2 diabetes.

Research Areas

- Self management in chronic disease (primarily rheumatology, diabetes and end stage renal disease)
- Psychological adjustment to living with a disfigurement; Psychological impact of surgery in ophthalmology

Research Centre

Health Services Research Group

Grants

- 2014-2015
Pump priming fund, City University London
McBain, H.
Specifying the active ingredients of diabetes self-management interventions: an analysis using the Behaviour Change Techniques. Taxonomy (BCTTv1).
(£4999.73 - 1 research assistant)

- 2013-2014
Research Sustainability Fund, City University London
Steggall, M., Mulligan, K., & McBain, H.
The prevalence and impact of erectile dysfunction in men with cardiac
disease. (£9914 - 1 research assistant)

- 2008-2009
Venerable Yen Pei - National Kidney Federation Research Fund
Griva, K., Nandakumar, M., Palakrishnan, D.S., Newman, S., & James, H.
The effectiveness of self-management interventions to improve outcomes in established and incident hemodialysis patients. ($150,000 - 1 research assistant and equipment)

- 2005-2006
Mitchell, A., James, H., Purtell, R., Wyatt, K., Luke, R., Farrand, P. & Jackman, G.
What helps people with kidney disease to get on with their lives? A qualitative study of haemodialysis patients' perspectives on psychosocial support. (£2480 - equipment)

Principal Collaborators

- Internal: Dr Kathleen Mulligan Prof Stanton Newman Dr Martin Steggall Prof Alan Simpson Dr Julia Jones Dr Mark Haddad Dr Chris Flood Prof Jill Francis Dr Martin Cartwright

- External: Mr Daniel Ezra, University College London and Moorfields Eye Hospital Mr Geoff Rose, Moorfields Eye Hospital Miss Gill Adams, Moorfields Eye Hospital Dr Konstantina Griva, National University of Singapore Dr Michael Shipley, University College London Hospitals Prof Stefan Priebe, Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry Dr Kate Corlett, East London NHS Foundation Trust Dr Paul Telfer, Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry Diabetes Specialist Nursing Service, East London Foundation Trust Sickle Cell and Thalassaemia Service, East London Foundation Trust Cardiac Rehabilitation, East London Foundation Trust

Research Students

Name
Paul Williams
Attendance
Sep 2014 – present, full-time
Thesis Title
Adherence to medication for erectile dysfunction
Role
2nd Supervisor

Publications

Chapters (3)

  1. McBain, H., Mulligan, K. and Newman, S. Non-pharmacologic pain management. In Hockberg, M., Silman, A., Smolen, J., Weinblatt, M. and Weisman, M. (Eds.), Rheumatology Elsevier.
  2. McBain, H., Cleanthous, S. and Newman, S. Psychological aspects of rheumatic disease. In Denton, C., Watts, R., Conaghan, P., Foster, H., Isaacs, J. and Müller-Ladner, U. (Eds.), Oxford Textbook of Rheumatology Oxford Medical Publication.
  3. James, H.B. and Newman, S. Non-pharmacologic pain management. In Hockberg, H.C., Silman, A.J., Smolen, J.S., Weinblatt, M.E. and Weisman, M.H. (Eds.), Rheumatology

Conference Papers and Proceedings (16)

  1. Griva, K., Lam, K.F.Y., Mooppil, N., Ng, H.J., Kang, W.C.A., McBain, H. and Newman, S.P. (2016). LONGITUDINAL TRAJECTORIES OF DEPRESSIVE AND ANXIOUS SYMPTOMS FOLLOWING A SELF-MANAGEMENT INTERVENTION FOR HAEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS. .
  2. Lam, K.F., Mooppil, N., Ng, H.J., Kang, A.W., McBain, H., Newman, S. and Griva, K. (2016). LONGITUDINAL TRAJECTORIES OF DEPRESSIVE AND ANXIOUS SYMPTOMS FOLLOWING A SELF-MANAGEMENT INTERVENTION FOR HAEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS. .
  3. Griva, K., Mooppil, N., Krishnan, D.S.P., McBain, H. and Newman, S. (2013). MP552
    SHORT AND LONG-TERM OUTCOMES OF THE HEMODIALYSIS SELF MANAGEMENT INTERVENTION RANDOMISED TRIAL (HED-SMART) - A PRACTICAL LOW INTENSITY INTERVENTION TO IMPROVE ADHERENCE AND CLINICAL MARKERS.
    ERA-EDTA Istanbul.
  4. James, H., Newman, S., Mitchell, K., Mandeville, A., Manson, J., Olaleye, A. and Shipley, M. (2011). A self-monitoring intervention for patients with arthritis receiving oral Methotrexate. 25th European Health Psychology Conference Crete, Greece.
  5. Griva, K., Ng, J., Mooppil, N., Pala Deby, S., James, H. and Newman, S. (2011). A self management intervention to improved treatment adherence in hemodialysis patients – a randomized controlled trial. 25th European Health Psychology Conference Crete, Greece.
  6. Ng, J., Griva, K., Mooppil, N., Pala Deby, S., Newman, S. and James, H. (2011). Depression as a significant predictor of low treatment adherence in haemodialysis patients. 5th European Health Psychology Conference Crete, Greece.
  7. James, H., Mitchell, K., Mandeville, A.L., Manson, J., Olaleye, A., Moore, S., Daly, N. and Shipley, M. (2011). A self-monitoring intervention for patients with arthritis receiving oral Methotrexate. European League Against Rheumatism Annual Conference London.
  8. Moss, T.P., White, P., James, H.B., Newman, S. and Members of the Appearance Research Collaboration (ARC), (2010). Factor structure of the Derriford Appearance Scale 24 - Statistical and Conceptual Criteria. Appearance Matters 4 Conference Centre for Appearance Research, University of the West of England, Bristol.
  9. James, H. and Thomas, N. (2010). Promoting self-care and self-management in kidney disease. Launch of the Kidney Research and Education Initiative City University, London.
  10. Ezra, D., James, H.B., Newman, S., Rose, G. and Members of the Appearance Research Collaboration (ARC), (2009). The psychosocial effects of ocular prosthesis wear. American Society of Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 40th Annual Fall Scientific Symposium San Francisco.
  11. James, H.B., Newman, S., Shipley, M., Olaleye, A., Moore, S. and Members of the Appearance Research Collaboration (ARC), (2009). In the context of Rheumatoid Arthritis does appearance matter? European League Against Rheumatism 2009 Conference Copenhagen, Denmark.
  12. James, H.B., Newman, S., Ezra, D., Sapp, N., Rose, G. and Members of the Appearance Research Collaboration (ARC), (2009). Psychological well-being and appearance concerns of patients with an ocular prosthesis. Royal College of Ophthalmologists Annual Congress Birmingham.
  13. James, H.B., Newman, S. and Members of the Appearance Research Collaboration (ARC), (2009). Identifying factors and processes contributing to successful adjustment to disfiguring conditions. Division of Health Psychology Annual Conference Aston, Birmingham.
  14. James, H.B., Newman, S. and Members of the Appearance Research Collaboration (ARC), (2009). Identifying factors and processes contributing to successful adjustment to disfiguring conditions. British Psychological Society Annual Conference Brighton.
  15. Carrick, R., Farrand, P., Jackman, G., James, H., Mitchell, A., Luke, R., Purtell, R. and Wyatt, K. (2008). “A new life, really” a patient-centred qualitative study - what helps at the transition to haemodialysis? Division of Clinical Psychology Annual Conference Leicester.
  16. James, H.B., Newman, S., Shipley, M., Moore, S., Olaleye, A. and Members of the Appearance Research Collaboration (ARC), (2008). In the context of Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) does appearance matter? Appearance Matters 3 Bristol.

Journal Articles (45)

  1. Wickwar, S., McBain, H., Edmunds, M.R., Ezra, D.G., Rose, G.E. and Newman, S.P. (2017). Patients’ expectations for the functional and psychosocial outcomes of orbital decompression surgery for thyroid eye disease: a qualitative study. Psychology, Health and Medicine pp. 1–10. doi:10.1080/13548506.2017.1356930.
  2. Williams, P., Bandhoo, S., McBain, H., Mulligan, K. and Steggall, M.J. (2017). The prevalence of erectile dysfunction in men attending cardiac rehabilitation: an audit in East London. International Journal of Urological Nursing, 11(1), pp. 23–30. doi:10.1111/ijun.12116.
  3. Mulligan, K., Lamontagne-Godwin, F., McBain, H., Haddad, M., Jones, J., Flood, C., Thomas, D. and Simpson, A. (2017). Diabetes care for people with severe mental illness: a survey of health professionals. DIABETIC MEDICINE, 34, pp. 180–180.
  4. Mulligan, K., Mcbain, H., Lamontagne-Godwin, F., Chapman, J., Haddad, M., Jones, J., Flood, C., Thomas, D. and Simpson, A. (2017). Barriers and enablers of type 2 diabetes self-management in people with severe mental illness. Health Expectations . doi:10.1111/hex.12543.
  5. Adams, G.G.W., McBain, H., MacKenzie, K., Hancox, J., Ezra, D.G. and Newman, S.P. (2016). Is strabismus the only problem? Psychological issues surrounding strabismus surgery. Journal of AAPOS, 20(5), pp. 383–386. doi:10.1016/j.jaapos.2016.07.221.
  6. McBain, H., Begum, S., Rahman, S. and Mulligan, K. (2016). Barriers and enablers to self-titration of insulin in adults with type 2 diabetes: a qualitative study. Diabetic Medicine . doi:10.1111/dme.13196.
  7. Wickwar, S., McBain, H., Newman, S.P., Hirani, S.P., Hurt, C., Dunlop, N., Flood, C. and Ezra, D.G. (2016). Erratum to "Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of a patient-initiated botulinum toxin treatment model for blepharospasm and hemifacial spasm compared to standard care: Study protocol for a randomised controlled trial" [Trials. 17, (2016), 129]. Trials, 17(1) . doi:10.1186/s13063-016-1502-2.
  8. McBain, H., Mulligan, K., Lamontagne-Godwin, F., Jones, J., Haddad, M., Flood, C., Thomas, D. and Simpson, A. (2016). Implementation of recommended type 2 diabetes care for people with severe mental illness - a qualitative exploration with healthcare professionals. BMC Psychiatry, 16(1) . doi:10.1186/s12888-016-0942-2.
  9. Mcbain, H., Shipley, M., Olaleye, A., Moore, S. and Newman, S. (2016). A patient-initiated DMARD self-monitoring service for people with rheumatoid or psoriatic arthritis on methotrexate: A randomised controlled trial. Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases, 75(7), pp. 1343–1349. doi:10.1136/annrheumdis-2015-207768.
  10. Jones, J., McBain, H., Lamontagne-Godwin, F., Mulligan, K., Haddad, M., Flood, C., Thomas, D. and Simpson, A. (2016). Severe mental illness and type 2 diabetes: using theory and research evidence to develop complex behaviour change interventions. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, 23(5), pp. 312–321. doi:10.1111/jpm.12311.
  11. McBain, H.B., Mackenzie, K.A., Hancox, J., Ezra, D.G., Adams, G.G.W. and Newman, S.P. (2016). Does strabismus surgery improve quality and mood, and what factors influence this? Eye (Basingstoke), 30(5), pp. 656–667. doi:10.1038/eye.2016.70.
  12. Mcbain, H., Mulligan, K., Haddad, M., Flood, C., Jones, J. and Simpson, A. (2016). Self management interventions for type 2 diabetes in adult people with severe mental illness. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, 2016(4) . doi:10.1002/14651858.CD011361.pub2.
  13. Wickwar, S., McBain, H., Newman, S.P., Hirani, S.P., Hurt, C., Dunlop, N., Flood, C. and Ezra, D.G. (2016). Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of a patient-initiated botulinum toxin treatment model for blepharospasm and hemifacial spasm compared to standard care: Study protocol for a randomised controlled trial. Trials, 17(1) . doi:10.1186/s13063-016-1263-y.
  14. McBain, H., MacKenzie, K., Hancox, J., Ezra, D.G., Adams, G.G.W. and Newman, S.P. (2016). What do patients with strabismus expect post surgery? the development and validation of a questionnaire. British Journal of Ophthalmology, 100(3), pp. 415–419. doi:10.1136/bjophthalmol-2015-307027.
  15. McBain, H., Shipley, M. and Newman, S. (2015). The impact of self-monitoring in chronic illness on healthcare utilisation: A systematic review of reviews. BMC Health Services Research, 15(1) . doi:10.1186/s12913-015-1221-5.
  16. Wickwar, S., McBain, H.B., Ezra, D.G., Hirani, S.P., Rose, G.E. and Newman, S.P. (2015). Which factors are associated with quality of life in patients with Graves' orbitopathy presenting for orbital decompression surgery? Eye (London, England), 29(7), pp. 951–957. doi:10.1038/eye.2015.76.
  17. Dwek, M.-.R., McBain, H., Cleanthous, S., Shipley, M. and Newman, S. (2015). Osteoarthritis: Patient Expectations about Future Pain, Stiffness and Function. Musculoskeletal Care, 13(2), pp. 84–92. doi:10.1002/msc.1089.
  18. Williams, P., Bandhoo, S., McBain, H., Mulligan, K. and Steggall, M.J. (2015). Erectile dysfunction and its detection in the healthcare setting: 10 years on. International Journal of Clinical Practice, 69(8), pp. 910–911. doi:10.1111/ijcp.12659.
  19. Wickwar, S., McBain, H., Ezra, D.G., Hirani, S.P., Rose, G.E. and Newman, S.P. (2015). The psychosocial and clinical outcomes of orbital decompression surgery for thyroid eye disease and predictors of change in quality of life. Ophthalmology, 122(12), pp. 2568–2576e1. doi:10.1016/j.ophtha.2015.08.030.
  20. McBain, H., Mulligan, K., Haddad, M., Flood, C., Jones, J., Chapman, J., Hilton, N. and Simpson, A. (2014). Diabetes self-management in people with severe mental illness. The European Health Psychologist, 16(6), pp. 240–248.
  21. Clarke, S.-.A., Newell, R., Thompson, A., Harcourt, D. and Lindenmeyer, A. (2014). Appearance concerns and psychosocial adjustment following head and neck cancer: A cross-sectional study and nine-month follow-up. Psychology, Health & Medicine, 19(5), pp. 505–518. doi:10.1080/13548506.2013.855319.
  22. Wickwar, S., McBain, H.B., Ezra, D.G., Hirani, S.P., Rose, G.E. and Newman, S.P. (2014). What are the psychosocial outcomes of treatment for thyroid eye disease? A systematic review. Thyroid, 24(9), pp. 1407–1418. doi:10.1089/thy.2014.0037.
  23. McBain, H., Shipley, M., Moore, S., Olaleye, A., Hirani, S. and Newman, S.P. (2014). A SELF-MONITORING AND PATIENT-INITIATED FOLLOW-UP SERVICE FOR PATIENTS WITH RHEUMATOID OR PSORIATIC ARTHRITIS: A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL. RHEUMATOLOGY, 53, pp. 77–77.
  24. McBain, H., Shipley, M., Moore, S., Olayeye, A., Hirani, S. and Newman, S.P. (2014). SELF-MONITORING AND PATIENT-INITIATED SERVICES IN RHEUMATOLOGY: THE VIEWS OF PATIENTS AND HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS. RHEUMATOLOGY, 53, pp. 123–123.
  25. Williams, P., Mcbain, H., Mulligan, K. and Steggall, M.J. (2014). Cardiovascular disease: The effect of erectile dysfunction on adherence to cardiovascular disease medication. International Journal of Urological Nursing, 8(2), pp. 54–61. doi:10.1111/ijun.12032.
  26. McBain, H.B., MacKenzie, K.A., Au, C., Hancox, J., Ezra, D.G., Adams, G.G.W. and Newman, S.P. (2014). Factors associated with quality of life and mood in adults with strabismus. British Journal of Ophthalmology, 98(4), pp. 550–555. doi:10.1136/bjophthalmol-2013-304220.
  27. McBain, H., Au, C., Hancox, J., MacKenzie, K., Ezra, D., Adams, G. and Newman, S. (2014). The impact of strabismus on quality of life in adults with and without diplopia: a systematic review. Survey of Ophthalmology .
  28. McBain, H.B., Ezra, D.G., Rose, G.E. and Newman, S.P. (2014). The psychosocial impact of living with an ocular prosthesis. Orbit, 33(1), pp. 39–44. doi:10.3109/01676830.2013.851251.
  29. McBain, H., Mulligan, K., Haddad, M., Flood, C., Jones, J. and Simpson, A. (2014). Self-management interventions for type 2 diabetes in adult people with severe mental illness (Protocol). Cochrane Library, (11) . doi:10.1002/14651858.CD011361.
  30. Wickwar, S., Buerkle, K., McBain, H., Ciciriello, S., Osborne, R.H., Wedderburn, L.R. and Newman, S.P. (2013). Adaptation of the methotrexate in rheumatoid arthritis knowledge questionnaire (MiRAK) for use with parents of children with juvenile idiopathic arthritis: A qualitative study. Pediatric Rheumatology, 11(1) . doi:10.1186/1546-0096-11-27.
  31. McBain, H., Shipley, M., Newman, S., Rumsey, N., Newman, S., Newell, R., Thompson, A., Charlton, R., Harcourt, D., Moss, T., Clarke, A., McBain, H., Clarke, S.A., Byron-Daniel, J., Jenkinson, E. and Saul, K. (2013). The Impact of Appearance Concerns on Depression and Anxiety in Rheumatoid Arthritis. Musculoskeletal Care, 11(1), pp. 19–30. doi:10.1002/msc.1020.
  32. Griva, K., Mooppil, N., Krishnan, D., McBain, H.B. and Newman, S. (2013). Short And Long-Term Outcomes Of The Hemodialysis Self Management Intervention Randomised Trial (Hed-Smart) – A Practical Low Intensity Intervention To Improve Adherence And Clinical Markers. Nephrology Dialysis Transplantation, 28(suppl 1), pp. i472–i486.
  33. Griva, K., Ng, H.J., Loei, J., Mooppil, N., McBain, H. and Newman, S.P. (2013). Managing treatment for end-stage renal disease - A qualitative study exploring cultural perspectives on facilitators and barriers to treatment adherence. Psychology and Health, 28(1), pp. 13–29. doi:10.1080/08870446.2012.703670.
  34. Mackenzie, K.A., McBain, H.B., Hancox, J.C., Erza, D.G., Adams, G.G. and Newman, S. (2012). Mood and quality of life in adults with strabismus. Journal of American Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus, 17(1), pp. e22–e22.
  35. Hancox, J., MacKenzie, K., McBain, H.B., Ezra, D.G., Adams, G. and Newman, S. (2012). Psychosocial interventions for improving quality of life outcomes in adults undergoing strabismus surgery (Protocol). Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, 9 . doi:10.1002/14651858.CD010092.
  36. James, H.B., Walker, R. and Burns, A. (2012). Adhering to behaviour change in older pre-dialysis populations - A qualitative study. Journal of Renal Care .
  37. Baron, J., McBain, H. and Newman, S. (2012). The impact of mobile monitoring technologies on glycosylated hemoglobin in diabetes: A systematic review. Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology, 6(5), pp. 1185–1196. doi:10.1177/193229681200600524.
  38. James, H., Jenkinson, E., Harrad, R., Ezra, D.G., Newman, S., Rumsey, N., Byron-Daniel, J., Charlton, R., Clarke, A., Clarke, S.A., Harcourt, D., James, H., Jenkinson, E., Lindenmeyer, A., Moss, T., Newell, R., Newman, S., Saul, K., Thompson, A., Walsh, E., White, P. and Williams, E. (2011). Appearance concerns in ophthalmic patients. Eye, 25(8), pp. 1039–1044. doi:10.1038/eye.2011.116.
  39. Ezra, D., James, H., Minakaran, N., Dart, J. and Newman, S. (2011). Emotional Functioning after Keratoplasty. Ophthalmology, 118, p. 786.
  40. Au, C., McBain, H.B., Mackenzie, K., Hancox, J., Ezra, D., Adams, G. and Newman, S. (2011). The psychological status of adults with strabismus seeking surgery. Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology, 39, pp. 53–74.
  41. Egan, K., Harcourt, D., Rumsey, N. and Appearance Research Collaboration, (2011). A qualitative study of the experiences of people who identify themselves as having adjusted positively to a visible difference. Journal of Health Psychology, 16(5), pp. 739–749.
  42. Griva, K., Nandakumar, M., Seet, P., Palakrishna, P., James, H.B. and Newman, S. (2011). The NKF NUS hemodialysisis trial protocol – a randomized controlled trial to determine the effectiveness of a self management intervention for hemodialysis patients. BMC Nephrology, 12(4) .
  43. Thompson, A.R., Clarke, S.A., Newell, R.J., Gawkrodger, D.J. and Appearance Research Collaboration, (2010). Vitiligo linked to stigmatization in British South Asian women: a qualitative study of the experiences of living with vitiligo. British Journal of Dermatology, 163(3), pp. 481–486.
  44. Mitchell, A., Farrand, P., James, H., Luke, R., Purtell, R. and Wyatt, K. (2009). Patients' experience of transition onto haemodialysis: A qualitative study. Journal of Renal Care, 35(2), pp. 99–107. doi:10.1111/j.1755-6686.2009.00094.x.
  45. Hughes, J., Naqvi, H., Saul, K., Williamson, H., Johnson, M.R.D., Rumsey, N., Charlton, R. and Appearance Research Collaboration, (2009). South Asian community views about individuals with a disfigurement. Diversity in Health and Care, 6(4), pp. 241–253.

Posters (6)

  1. MacKenzie, K., Au, C., James, H., Hancox, J., Azra, D., Adams, G. and Newman, S. The Psychological Status of Adults with Strabismus Seeking Surgery. Appearance Matters 5, Bristol, 2012.
  2. James, H., Au, C., Mackenzie, K., Hancox, J., Ezra, D., Adams, G. and Newman, S. The Psychological Status of Adults with Strabismus Seeking Surgery. American Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus Annual Meeting, San Antonio, USA., 2012.
  3. James, H., Au, C., Mackenzie, K., Hancox, J., Ezra, D., Adams, G. and Newman, S. The Psychological Status of Adults with Strabismus Seeking Surgery. The Royal College of Ophthalmologists Annual Congress, Liverpool, 2012.
  4. Au, C., James, H., Mackenzie, K., Hancox, J., Ezra, D., Adams, G. and Newman, S. The Psychological Status of Adults with Strabismus Seeking Surgery. Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists, Canberra, Australia, 2011.
  5. Walker, R., James, H. and Burns, A. Adhering to behaviour change in pre-dialysis populations - What do patients think? A qualitative study. British Renal Society Conference, London, 2011.
  6. Walker, R., James, H. and Burns, A. A qualitative study exploring patients’ perspective of adhering to recommended behaviour change in the pre-dialysis stage of kidney disease. British Dietetic Association Annual Conference, London, 2011.

Thesis/Dissertation

  1. McBain, H.B. The development and evaluation of a self-monitoring and patient-initiated follow-up service for people with rheumatoid or psoriatic arthritis on methotrexate. (PhD Thesis)

Education

Teaching

Hayley's previous roles include Course Organiser and Teaching Assistant on the MSc in Health Psychology jointly run by UCL and Kings College London and Advanced Research Methods Demonstrator at Birkbeck, University of London. Hayley's current teaching and supervisory responsibilities include:

City University London

- An Introduction to Research Design, HRM001 Introductory Research Methods
- Online and electronic data collection methods, HRM002 - Advanced Research Methods
- Mixed methods research, HRM002 - Advanced Research Methods
- Personal Professional Development (PPD) Tutor, HSM101 Engaging in Practice 1: Introducing Clinical Practice

East London Foundation Trust and North East London Foundation Trust

- Introduction to SPSS, Psychiatry Specialist Registrar Teaching Programme

Other Activities

Events/Conferences (26)

  1. A Self-Monitoring and Patient-Initiated Follow-Up Service for Patients with Rheumatoid or Psoriatic Arthritis: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Liverpool (2014).
    Description: McBain, H. (2014). British Health Professionals in Rheumatology student/recently qualified health professional prize winner. British Society of Rheumatology Annual Conference.
  2. A Self-Monitoring and Patient-Initiated Follow-Up Service for Patients with Rheumatoid or Psoriatic Arthritis: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Paris (2014).
    Description: McBain, H., Shipley, M., Moore, S., Olaleye, A., Hirani, S. & Newman, S. (2014) European League Against Rheumatism Annual Conference.
  3. Self-Monitoring and Patient-Initiated Services in Rheumatology: The Views of Patients and Healthcare Professionals. Liverpool (2014).
    Description: McBain, H., Shipley, M., Moore, S., Olaleye, A., Hirani, S. & Newman, S. (2014) British Society of Rheumatology Annual Conference. Poster presentation.
  4. A Self-Monitoring and Patient-Initiated Follow-Up Service for Patients with Rheumatoid or Psoriatic Arthritis: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Liverpool (2014).
    Description: McBain, H., Shipley, M., Moore, S., Olaleye, A., Hirani, S. & Newman, S. (2014) British Society of Rheumatology Annual Conference. Poster presentation.
  5. Predictors of Quality of Life (QoL) in patients with thyroid eye disease (TED) seeking orbital decompression surgery. Liverpool, UK (2013).
    Description: Wickwar, S., McBain, H., Rose, G. E., Uddin, J., Verity, D. H., Newman, S. P. & Ezra, D. G. (2013) British Oculoplastic Surgery Society (BOPSS) conference.
  6. Short And Long-Term Outcomes Of The Hemodialysis Self Management Intervention Randomised Trial (Hed-Smart) - A Practical Low Intensity Intervention To Improve Adherence And Clinical Markers. Istanbul, Turkey (2013).
    Description: Griva, K., Mooppil, N., Krishnan, D.S.P., McBain, H. & Newman, S.P. (2013) European Renal Association and European Dialysis and Transplant Association's (ERA-EDTA) annual congress.
  7. Predictors of Quality of Life (QoL) in patients with thyroid eye disease (TED) seeking orbital decompression surgery. Bristol, UK (2013).
    Description: Wickwar, S., McBain, H., Rose, G. E., Uddin, J., Verity, D. H., Newman, S. P. & Ezra, D. G. (2013) Poster presented at the British Oculoplastic Surgery Society (BOPSS) conference.
  8. The Psychological Status of Adults with Strabismus Seeking Surgery. Bristol (2012).
    Description: MacKenzie, K., Au, C., James, H., Hancox, J., Ezra, D., Adams, G. Newman, S. (2012) Appearance Matters 5, University of the West of England. Poster presentation.
  9. The Psychological Status of Adults with Strabismus Seeking Surgery. San Antonio, USA. (2012).
    Description: James, H., Au, C., Mackenzie, K., Hancox, J., Ezra, D.G., Adams, G.G.W. & Newman, S. (2012) American Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus Annual Meeting. Poster presentation.
  10. The Psychological Status of Adults with Strabismus Seeking Surgery. Liverpool (2012).
    Description: James, H., Au, C., Mackenzie, K., Hancox, J., Ezra, D.G., Adams, G.G.W. & Newman, S. (2012) The Royal College of Ophthalmologists Annual Congress.
  11. A self-monitoring intervention for patients with arthritis receiving oral Methotrexate. 25th European Health Psychology Conference, Crete, Greece (2011).
    Description: Oral presentation
  12. A self management intervention to improved treatment adherence in hemodialysis patients - a randomized controlled trial. Crete, Greece (2011).
    Description: Griva. K., Ng, J., Mooppil, N., Pala Deby, S., James, H. & Newman, S. (2011) 25th European Health Psychology Conference.
  13. Depression as a significant predictor of low treatment adherence in haemodialysis patients. Crete, Greece (2011).
    Description: Ng, J., Griva, K., Mooppil, N., Pala Deby, S., Newman, S. & James, H. (2011) 25th European Health Psychology Conference.
  14. The Psychological Status of Adults with Strabismus Seeking Surgery. Canberra, Australia (2011).
    Description: Au, C., James, H., Mackenzie, K., Hancox, J., Ezra, D.G., Adams, G.G.W. & Newman, S. (2011) Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists.
  15. Adhering to behaviour change in pre-dialysis populations - What do patients think? A qualitative stud. London (2011).
    Description: Walker, R., James, H. & Burns, A. (2011) British Renal Society Conference.
  16. A qualitative study exploring patients' perspective of adhering to recommended behaviour change in the pre-dialysis stage of kidney disease. London (2011).
    Description: Walker, R., James, H. & Burns A. (2011) British Dietetic Association Annual Conference.
  17. A self-monitoring intervention for patients with arthritis receiving oral Methotrexate. European League Against Rheumatism Annual Conference, London (2011).
    Description: Oral presentation
  18. Promoting self-care and self-management in kidney disease. London (2010).
    Description: James, H. & Thomas, N. (2010) Launch of the Kidney Research and Education Initiative, City University London.
  19. Factor Analysis of the DAS24: Conceptual and Statistical Issues. Bristol (2010).
    Description: Moss, T.P., White, P., Newman, S. & James, H. (2010) Appearance Matters 4, University of the West of England.
  20. The psychosocial effects of ocular prosthesis wear. San Francisco (2009).
    Description: Ezra, D., James, H., Newman, S., Rose, G. & Members of the Appearance Research Collaboration (ARC) (2009) American Society of Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 40th Annual Fall Scientific Symposium.
  21. In the context of Rheumatoid Arthritis does appearance matter? Copenhagen, Denmark (2009).
    Description: James, H., Newman, S., Shipley, M., Olaleye, A., Moore, S., & Members of the Appearance Research Collaboration (ARC) (2009) European League Against Rheumatism Annual Conference.
  22. Identifying factors and processes contributing to successful adjustment to disfiguring conditions. Division of Health Psychology Annual Conference, Aston, Birmingham (2009).
  23. Identifying factors and processes contributing to successful adjustment to disfiguring conditions. British Psychological Society Annual Conference, Brighton (2009).
  24. Psychological well-being and appearance concerns of patients with an ocular prosthesis. Birmingham (2009).
    Description: James, H., Newman, S., Ezra, D., Sapp, N., Rose, G. & Members of the Appearance Research Collaboration (ARC) (2009) Royal College of Ophthalmologists Annual Congress.
  25. In the context of Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) does appearance matter? Bristol (2008).
    Description: James, H., Newman, S., Shipley, M., Moore, S., Olaleye, A. & Members of the Appearance Research Collaboration (ARC) (2008) Appearance Matter 3 Conference, Centre for Appearance Research, UWE.
  26. "A new life, really" a patient-centred qualitative study - what helps at the transition to haemodialysis? Leicester
    Description: Carrick, R., Farrand, P., Jackman, G., James, H., Mitchell, A., Luke, R., Purtell, R. & Wyatt, K. (2008) DCP Faculty of Clinical Health Psychology Annual Conference.

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