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Health Psychology Update Vol 16 No 1/2 2007

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Quick Overview

Health Psychology Update is designed to serve as a forum for discussion of issues related to the scientific analysis of psychological processes of health, illness and health care and the development of professional skills in research, practice, consultancy and teaching/training.

 

Contents

Editorial

Sara Cox & Kerri McPherson

Individual Articles - Conference Reports (2006)

Division of Health Psychology Annual Conference - University of Essex

Heather Buchanan

BREATHE Workshop Report Annual Conference - University of Essex

Pippa Lally, Jenny Fidler, Laura Marlow & Emily Power

Reflective Practice Workshop for Postgraduate Health Psychologists - University of Essex

Emily Buckley

Midlands Health Psychology Network 2nd Annual Conference - University of Leicester

Sue Peacock, Rachel Shaw, Sheila Bonas, Devinder Rana, & Claire Goodchild

Who Teaches What to Whom? Report of a Seminar on the teaching of Psychology in Health Professional Education and its relationship to the teaching of Health Psychology

Helen Bulpitt, Sandra Horn, Joan Maclean & Dominic Upton

Individual Articles

The development of a training programme for nurses working in cardiac rehabilitation: Understanding and applying psychological techniques

Lisa Newson & Rachel Povey

How small-group teaching can be used to improve performance in student assessment

Joanne Lusher

Generating interest in the Chronic Disease Self-Management Course: What makes a successful press release?

Rhiannon G. Edwards, Andrew P. Turner, Christina L. Hammond & Julie H. Barlow

Tailoring: A tool to enhance computer-based health interventions

Samuel R. Nyman & Lucy Yardley

The role of the biopsychosocial paradigm in a personal experience of Health Psychology in a developing country: Guatemala

Nicola Hobbs

Coping with indicators of the deterioration of illness: The example of Knee-Ankle-Foot-Orthosis use in children with Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD)

Anna Louise Cunniff

A qualitative study of the effects of infant massage on women with low postnatal mood

Caroline Moore, Alfredo Gaitán & Koula Asimakopoulou

Psychological factors associated with skin exposure and skin protection in the UK - the case of young people: An overview of selected literature

Zoë Chouliara & Athanasios Karatzias

Written emotional disclosure and occupational stress: Previous findings and current research

Laura Ashley, Daryl B. O'Connor & Fiona Jones

Workplace social capital as a possible determinant of health

Anne Kouvonen

Research in Brief

The effect of an acute bout of exercise on body image, mood, and self-efficacy

Claire Mowforth & Dr James Daniel

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