Affiliation: University of Sheffield
- Effectiveness of providing self-help information following acute traumatic injury: randomised controlled trialGraham Turpin
Clinical Psychology Unit, Department of Psychology, University of Sheffield, Western Bank, Sheffield S10 2TN, UK
Br J Psychiatry 187:76-82. 2005..Patients attending an accident and emergency department may exhibit psychological disturbances post-injury. Early interventions have been suggested to reduce the risk of post-injury disorder, including psychoeducation...
- A randomised controlled trial to assess the effectiveness of providing self-help information to people with symptoms of acute stress disorder following a traumatic injuryCathy Scholes
Clinical Psychology Unit, Department of Psychology, Western Bank, University of Sheffield, Sheffield S10 2TP, UK
Behav Res Ther 45:2527-36. 2007..Patients attending accident and emergency (A&E) may develop long-term psychological difficulties. Psycho-education has been suggested to reduce the risk of post-injury disorders...
- Visuospatial working memory interference with recollections of traumaSteven A Lilley
Clinical Psychology Unit, Department of Psychology, The University of Sheffield, Sheffield, UK
Br J Clin Psychol 48:309-21. 2009..We extended this research to trauma images in a clinical population awaiting treatment for post-traumatic stress symptoms...
- Indirect exposure to client trauma and the impact on trainee clinical psychologists: Secondary traumatic stress or vicarious traumatization?Rakhee Makadia
University of Sheffield, Sheffield, UK
Clin Psychol Psychother . 2017..It also assessed the contribution of individual and situational factors to well-being...
- Multidisciplinary community mental health team staff's experience of a 'skills level' training course in cognitive analytic therapyAndrew R Thompson
Clinical Psychology Unit, Department of Psychology, University of Sheffield, Western Bank, Sheffield, UK
Int J Ment Health Nurs 17:131-7. 2008..Further development of such training accompanied by rigorous evaluation should be undertaken...
- The journey through cannabis use: a qualitative study of the experiences of young adults with psychosisHelen E Childs
Department of Psychology University of Sheffield, Western Bank, Sheffield, UK
J Nerv Ment Dis 199:703-8. 2011..Implications for clinical interventions are explored, and the relevance of motivational interviewing and the stages of change models of behavior change are noted...
- An attitudinal study of responses to a range of dermatological conditions using the implicit association testTracey A Grandfield
Department of Psychology, University of Sheffield, UK
J Health Psychol 10:821-9. 2005..This concurs with earlier research into disfigurement, and in accord with previous IAT research, correlations between implicit and explicit measures were not significant...
- Intrusive and non-intrusive memories in a non-clinical sample: the effects of mood and affect on imagery vividnessMichael Bywaters
Department of Psychology, University of Sheffield, Western Bank, Sheffield S10 2TP, UK
Memory 12:467-78. 2004..IMs were more vivid than non-intrusive memories, a difference not due to either valence or arousal. We conclude that IMs are a general feature of human memory rather than just a symptom of certain clinical disorders...
- Outcomes after injury: a comparison of workplace and nonworkplace injurySuzanne Mason
Department of Emergency Medicine, Northern General Hospital, Sheffield, United Kingdom
J Trauma 53:98-103. 2002..Factors affecting recovery from injury are investigated comparing male emergency department patients involved in work-related and non-work-related accidents...
- Vicarious traumatization: implications for the mental health of health workers?Rachel Sabin-Farrell
Department of Clinical Psychology, Nottinghamshire Healthcare National Health Service Trust, Southwell Road, Nottinghamshire, Mansfield NG18 4HH, UK
Clin Psychol Rev 23:449-80. 2003..Finally, the organizational relevance of VT and its possible implications for the management of mental health workers are critically appraised...