MSc Applied Clinical Health Psychology joint Course Director
Chineme Onyibuo. Exploring health-seeking behaviour among Nigerian migrants in the UK: Towards a culture-context and integrative model for enhanced quality of life
Mazoruk, Sabina and Huxley, Adam and Alexis-Garsee, Camille and Schifano, Fabrizio (2017) Prevalence of somatisation as a determinant of burnout amongst staff working in drug and alcohol services. Drugs and Alcohol Today . ISSN 1745-9265 (Accepted/In press)
Onyigbuo, Chineme and Alexis-Garsee, Camille and van den Akker, Olga (2016) Nigerian clergy and healthcare professionals’ perceptions of health-seeking behaviours among Nigerian immigrants in the UK. Mental Health, Religion and Culture, 19 (10). pp. 1043-1055. ISSN 1367-4676
Alexis-Garsee, Camille and Gilbert, Hazel and Burton, Martha and van den Akker, Olga (2017) Difficulties quitting for smokers with and without a respiratory disease and use of a tailored intervention for smoking cessation – a qualitative study. Journal of Smoking Cessation . ISSN 1834-2612 (Published online first)
Onyigbuo, Chineme and van den Akker, Olga and Alexis-Garsee, Camille (2015) A cross cultural study of the health-seeking behaviours of Nigerians from the perspective of Nigerian care providers: challenges for collaboration. Humanities and Social Sciences Review, 4 (3). pp. 537-554. ISSN 2165-6258
Onyigbuo, Chineme and Alexis-Garsee, Camille and van den Akker, Olga (2016) An exploration of health seeking behaviours among Nigerian Christians in the UK: towards enhanced health services utilisation. Mental Health, Religion & Culture, 19 (3). pp. 255-267. ISSN 1367-4676
Alexis-Garsee, C., Gilbert, H., van den Akker, O. April 2010. A qualitative analysis of barriers, motivation to quit and tailored interventions for smoking cessation in smokers with and without COPD. UK Respiratory Research Foundation (UKRRF), International Primary Care Research Group (IPCRG); 22,771, 2010-2012.
This research used a computer-tailored intervention, which was previously evaluated in a large randomised controlled trial with smokers recruited from primary care (ESCAPE Trial), to provide personalised tailored feedback reports to smokers. We aimed to explore and investigate the views of smokers with and without COPD. especially their experiences of smoking and quitting and to adapt the computer-tailored intervention for use with smokers with COPD.