Pride before a fall: shame, diagnostic crossover, and eating disordersDownload the open access paper
This paper discusses the findings of qualitative research that examined the accounts of five 'mostly recovered' ex-patients who had experienced transition between two or more eating disorder diagnoses. Authors: Mortimer, R. (2019).
Supporting emotional wellbeing in schools in the context of austerity: an ecologically informed humanistic perspectiveDownload the open access paper
This paper explores whether professionals in schools believe that their work supporting pupils’ emotional wellbeing has changed as a consequence of the current period of austerity. Authors: Burrell, K., Hanley, T., & Winter, L. (2019).
The implementation of an mHealth intervention (ReZone) for the self-management of overwhelming feelings among young peopleDownload the open access paper
The aim of this study was to bridge this gap and examine the implementation of an mHealth intervention, ReZone, for young people in schools. Authors: Edridge, C., Deighton, J., Wolpert, M., and Edbrooke-Childs, J. (2019).
Coping with the stresses of daily life in England: a qualitative study of self-care strategies and social and professional support in early adolescenceRead the abstract
The aim of our study was to examine early adolescents’ perspectives on and experiences of coping with the problems, difficult situations and feelings that can arise in daily life in England. Authors: Stapley, E., Demkowicz, O., Eisenstadt, M., Wolpert, M., & Deighton, J. (2019).
Service- and practitioner-level variation in non-consensual dropout from child mental health servicesDownload the open access paper
The objective of this study was to examine whether there were service- and practitioner-level variation in non-consensual dropout in child mental health services. Authors: Edbrooke-Childs, J., Boehnke, J.R., Zamperoni, V., Calderon, A., Whale, A. (2019).
Promoting mental health and wellbeing in schools: examining mindfulness, relaxation and strategies for safety and wellbeing in English primary and secondary schools: study protocol for a multi-school, cluster randomised controlled trial (INSPIRE)Download the open access paper
This protocol describes a four-arm cluster randomised controlled trial, investigating the effectiveness of three different interventions when compared to usual provision, in English primary and secondary pupils. Authors: Hayes, D., Moore, A., Stapley, E., Humphrey, N., Mansfield, R., Santos, J., Ashworth, E., Patalay, P., Bonin, E. M., Moltrecht, B., Boehnke, J. R., & Deighton, J. (2019).
Children and young people’s experiences of completing mental health and wellbeing measures for research: learning from two school-based pilot projectsDownload the open access paper
This research set out to explore the way that children and young people perceive and experience completing mental health and wellbeing measures, with a specific focus on completion in a school context, in order to inform future measure and research design. Authors: Demkowicz, O., Ashworth, E., Mansfield, R., Stapley, E., Miles, H., Hayes, D., Burrell, K., Moore, A., & Deighton, J. (2020).
Measuring health outcomes in HIV: time to bring in the patient experienceDownload the open access paper
There is a pressing need to review how a 'good' health outcome is defined and measured in light of care systems moving towards value-based frameworks that measure value in terms of the actual health outcomes achieved (rather than processes of care), global response shifting to providing long-term care for people living with HIV in the community, and integrating HIV as part of universal health coverage plans. Authors: O'Brien, N., Chi, Y., & Krause, K. R. (2021).
Adolescents' understanding of what causes emotional distress: a qualitative Exploration in a non-clinical sample using ideal-type analysisDownload the open access paper
Research exploring what adolescents perceive to be the cause(s) of their emotional difficulties is lacking. Improving understanding of this issue within non-clinical adolescent groups may provide useful insight into how to develop strategies to support young people as they navigate emotional difficulties. Objectives: The aim of this research was to explore if meaningful categories of perceived cause(s) for emotional distress exist for non-clinical adolescent groups. Authors: O'Neill, A., Stapley, E., Stock, S., Merrick, H., & Humphrey, N. (2021).