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After gaining an MSc in Health Psychology, Eileen has worked for NMAHP-RU for 4 years on a number of projects.  Currently evaluating a pilot web-based GP Consultation system using qualitative methods, previous projects have included: the pilot study of the Person-Centred Assessment Method (PCAM), exploring the feasibility and acceptability of a primary care nurse-led assessment tool to identify mental health issues and encourage behavioural change in patients with long term conditions; investigating mothers’ perceptions of their need for continuity of midwifery care in the maternity period; evaluating the impact and effectiveness of the pilot Aberlour Perinatal Befriending Support service; and a feasibility study of Recovery models in comparison with Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy for managing recurring depression.

Research interests include promoting behavioural change in people with long-term conditions and the relationship between mental and physical health issues.  Eileen is currently undertaking a distance-learning taught PhD in Organisational Health & Wellbeing at Lancaster University.

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