Dr Angeliki Bogosian
Lecturer in health psychology at City University London.
Registered Health Psychologist, Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) registration no: PYL29522
Chartered Psychologist, British Psychological Society (BPS) membership no: 221 776
Registered Applied Psychology Practice Supervisors, British Psychological Society (BPS)
For more information visit: https://sites.google.com/site/angelikibogosian/
- Lecturer in Health Psychology, City, University of London, Oct 2014 – present
My research focuses on how individuals and families adjust when affected by a long-term health condition, especially multiple sclerosis (MS). I am also involved in developing and evaluating mindfulness interventions to improve adjustment in people with long-term conditions.
Research methods I have used include: qualitative methods (thematic analysis/ grounded theory); cognitive interviewing; questionnaire development and psychometric validation; longitudinal quantitative methods (multilevel modeling); single case experimental design; systematic review; randomised control trial; neuro-imaging.
Current and past projects
Mindfulness to tackle anxiety and depression in Parkinson's (Start 01.09.2015, Duration 12 months; Source: Parkinson's UK innovation grant (K-1409); Amount: £32,795; Applicants: Bogosian, A.(PI), Hurt, C., Hindle, J.)
A longitudinal mixed methods approach to the study of adjustment to primary and secondary progressive Multiple Sclerosis (MS)(Start 01.12.2013, Duration 36 months; Source: Multiple Sclerosis Society; Amount: £164,243.00; Applicants: Bogosian, A.(PI), Moss-Morris, R., Chadwick, P., Norton, S.)
Mindfulness Intervention for Multiple Sclerosis: Measuring MRI related changes. (Start 15.10.2012, Duration 5 months; Source: National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Mental Health Biomedical Research Centre; Amount: £20,000; Applicants: Bogosian, A. (PI), Antonova, E., Moss-Morris, R., Chadwick, P.)
Development and preliminary evaluation of a self-management programme for different types of pain in Multiple Sclerosis (Start: 01.10. 2012; Duration: 3 years; Source: Multiple Sclerosis Society (967/12); Amount: £77,942; Applicants: Moss-Morris, R. (PI), Bogosian, A., Harrison, A., McCracken, L.)
The development and pilot evaluation of mindfulness based cognitive therapy for people affected by primary and secondary progressive Multiple Sclerosis (01.04.2012; Duration: 20 months; Source: Multiple Sclerosis Society (961/11); Amount: £91,655; Applicants: Moss-Morris, R. (PI), Bogosian, A., McCrone, P., Chadwick, P.)
Psychosocial and illness factors, which influence adjustment in adolescents with a parent with MS: A phase one modelling study (Start: 01.01.2009; Duration: 36 months; Source: Multiple Sclerosis Society (906/08); Amount: £68,887; Applicants: Moss-Morris, R. (PI) & Bogosian, A.)
Thesis title: Views on cigarette smoking relapse: A qualitative study
Thesis title: Adherence in individuals with schizophrenia
Thesis title: The development and evaluation of behaviour change intervention for stopping khat use
Thesis title: Smoking cessation support needs in a brain injury population
- Bogosian, A., Hurt, C.S., Vasconcelose Sa, D., Hindle, J.V., McCracken, L. and Cubi-Molla, P. (2017). Distant delivery of a mindfulness-based intervention for people with Parkinson's disease: The study protocol of a randomised pilot trial. Pilot and Feasibility Studies, 3(1). doi:10.1186/s40814-016-0117-4.
- Bogosian, A., Morgan, M., Bishop, F.L., Day, F. and Moss-Morris, R. (2017). Adjustment modes in the trajectory of progressive multiple sclerosis: a qualitative study and conceptual model. Psychology & Health, 32(3), pp. 343–360. doi:10.1080/08870446.2016.1268691.
- Bogosian, A., Hughes, A., Norton, S., Silber, E. and Moss-Morris, R. (2016). Potential treatment mechanisms in a mindfulness-based intervention for people with progressive multiple sclerosis. British Journal of Health Psychology, 21(4), pp. 859–880. doi:10.1111/bjhp.12201.
- Yang, S.-.Y., Bogosian, A., Moss-Morris, R. and McCracken, L.M. (2016). Healthcare professionals’ perceptions of psychological treatment for chronic pain in Singapore: challenges, barriers, and the way forward. Disability and Rehabilitation, 38(17), pp. 1643–1651. doi:10.3109/09638288.2015.1107635.
- Bogosian, A., Van Vliet, L., Craig, G., Fraser, L. and Turner-Cobb, J. (2016). Minding the gap and moving forward in children's long-term conditions: a vital role for health psychology. British Journal of Health Psychology, 21(3), pp. 493–498. doi:10.1111/bjhp.12193.
- Bogosian, A., Hadwin, J., Hankins, M. and Moss-Morris, R. (2016). Parents' expressed emotion and mood, rather than their physical disability are associated with adolescent adjustment. A longitudinal study of families with a parent with multiple sclerosis. Clinical Rehabilitation, 30(3), pp. 303–311.
- Bogosian, A., Chadwick, P., Windgassen, S., Norton, S., McCrone, P., Mosweu, I. … Moss-Morris, R. (2015). Distress improves after mindfulness training for progressive MS: A pilot randomised trial. Multiple Sclerosis Journal, 21(9), pp. 1184–1194. doi:10.1177/1352458515576261.
- Yang, S.Y., Bogosian, A., Moss-Morris, R. and McCracken, L. (2015). Mixed experiences and perceptions of psychological treatment for chronic pain in Singapore: Skepticism, ambivalence, satisfaction and potential. Pain Medicine, 16(7), pp. 1290–1300.
- Heesen, C., Bruce, J., Gearing, R., Moss-Morris, R., Weinmann, J., Hamalainen, P. … Bissell, P. (2015). Adherence to behavioural interventions in multiple sclerosis: Follow-up meeting report (AD@MS-2). Multiple Sclerosis Journal - Experimental, Translational and Clinical, 1, pp. 205521731558533–205521731558533. doi:10.1177/2055217315585333.
- Harrison, A.M., Bogosian, A., Silber, E., McCracken, L.M. and Moss-Morris, R. (2015). ‘It feels like someone is hammering my feet’: Understanding pain and its management from the perspective of people with multiple sclerosis. Multiple Sclerosis Journal, 21(4), pp. 466–476. doi:10.1177/1352458514544538.
- Harrison, A.M., McCracken, L.M., Bogosian, A. and Moss-Morris, R. (2015). Towards a better understanding of MS pain: A systematic review of potentially modifiable psychosocial factors. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 78(1), pp. 12–24. doi:10.1016/j.jpsychores.2014.07.008.
- Bogosian, A., Moss-Morris, R., Bishop, F.L. and Hadwin, J. (2014). Development and initial validation of the Perceptions of Parental Illness Questionnaire. Journal of Health Psychology, 19(7), pp. 931–942. doi:10.1177/1359105313482164.
- Maguire, N., Hughes, V.C., Bell, L., Bogosian, A. and Hepworth, C. (2014). An evaluation of the choices for well-being project. Psychology, Health & Medicine, 19(3), pp. 303–315. doi:10.1080/13548506.2013.806813.
- Bogosian, A. (2014). How can we adapt mindfulness courses for people with multiple sclerosis? Way Ahead, 18(4), pp. 8–9.
- Bogosian, A. (2014). Calming the mind. Asian MS Newsletter, 2, pp. 6–7.
- Bogosian, A., Moss-Morris, R., Bishop, F.L. and Hadwin, J. (2011). How do adolescents adjust to their parent's multiple sclerosis?: An interview study. British Journal of Health Psychology, 16(2), pp. 430–444. doi:10.1348/135910710X521492.
- Bogosian, A., Moss-Morris, R. and Hadwin, J. (2010). Psychosocial adjustment in children and adolescents with a parent with multiple sclerosis: a systematic review. Clinical Rehabilitation, 24(9), pp. 789–801. doi:10.1177/0269215510367982.
- Bogosian, A., Moss-Morris, R., Yardley, L. and Dennison, L. (2009). Experiences of partners of people in the early stages of multiple sclerosis. Multiple Sclerosis Journal, 15(7), pp. 876–884. doi:10.1177/1352458508100048.