Cox, A., Yardley, L. et al. (2016-2020) GetAMoveOn: transforming health through enabling mobility. EPSRC, £909,727
Little, P., Yardley, L. (P.I.s) et al. (2016-2020) Cancer: Life Affirming Survivorship support in Primary care (CLASP) Programme. NIHR-PGfAR, £2,499,011
McManus, R., Yardley, L. et al. (2016-2021). Optimising the monitoring and management of raised blood pressure during and after pregnancy. NIHR, £2,498,512
O’Cathain, S. Yardley, L. et al. (2016-2018). Identifying and critiquing different approaches to developing complex interventions (INDEX study). MRC, £380,464.
Heller, S., Yardley, L. et al (2016-2021) Developing and trialling the DAFNEplus (Dose for Adjustment for Normal Eating) intervention. NIHR-PGfAR £2,725,255
Little, P., Yardley, L. et al (2016 – 2021) Screen and TREAt for Malnutrition (STREAM) Programme. NIHR-PGfAR £2,728,152
Peto, T., Yardley, L. et al. (2016-2021) Antibiotic Reduction and Conservation in Hospitals (ARK-Hospital) NIHR-PGfAR, £2,649,834
Gulliford, M., Yardley, L. et al. (2015-2017). Electronically delivered, multi-component intervention to reduce unnecessary antibiotic prescribing in primary care. Cluster randomised trial using electronic health records (eCRT2). NIHR-HTA, £533,000.
Bishop, F., Yardley, L. et al. (2014-2016) Non-specific Mechanisms in Orthodox and CAM management of back pain (MOCAM), Arthritis UK, £124,988
Yardley, L. et al. (2014-2019). Integrating Digital Interventions into Patient Self-Management Support (DIPSS). NIHR, £1,998,666.
Yardley, L. et al. (2011-2015). UBhave: ubiquitous and social computing for positive behaviour change, EPSRC, £1,463,061
Amlot, R., Yardley, L. et al. (2013-2015). Improving communication with the public about antivirals and vaccination during the next pandemic. DoH, £506,878.
Little, P., Yardley, L. et al. (2012-2015) Positive Online WEight Reduction (POWER), NIHR HTA, £1,268,299
Taylor, A., Yardley, L. et al. (2014-2017) Interventions to enhance engagement in exercise referral schemes. HTA, £1,341,705
Van den Broucke, S., Yardley, L. et al. (2012-2015). Enhancing the (cost-)effectiveness of diabetes self-management education: A comparative assessment of different educational approaches and conditions for successful implementation, EC, 2.5 million euros.
Thomas, M., Yardley, L. et al. (2011-2014). A controlled study of the effectiveness of breathing training exercises taught by a physiotherapist by either instructional videos/DVDs/internet download or by face-to-face sessions in the management of asthma in adults. NIHR HTA, £1,204,276
Sonuga-Barke, Yardley, L. et al. (2012 - 2015). The impact of global early institutional deprivation during emerging adulthood: pathways to successful transition in the ERA study, ESRC, £825,976
Murray, E. et al. (2010-2015). Development, evaluation and implementation of a computer-based self-management programme for people with Type 2 Diabetes. NIHR, ca. £2,000,000.
Geraghty, A., Yardley, L. et al. (2013-2016). Internet Intervention Supporting Management of Low Back Pain in Primary Care: a feasibility study. NIHR, £246,934
Yardley, L. et al. (2012-2015). Online Dizziness Intervention for Older Adults. Dunhill Medical Trust, £155,380.
Burridge, J., Yardley, L. et al. (2011-2014). Development and pilot evaluation of a web-supported programme of Constraint Induced Therapy following stroke (LifeCIT), NIHR, £238,061
Lamb, S., Yardley, L. et al. (2010-2015). Prevention of falls trial: PreFIT. NIHR, £2,509,848.
Foster, C., Yardley, L. et al. (2009-2014). Macmillan Survivorship Research Group. Macmillan, £1,447,000.
Salisbury, C., Yardley, L. et al. (2009-2014) Expanding the role of NHS Direct in the management of long-term conditions. NIHR, £1, 996,917
Centre for Clinical and Community Applications of Health Psychology (CCCAHP)
The UBhave project aims to investigate the power and challenges of using mobile phones and social networking for Digital Behaviour Change Interventions (DBCIs).
Although effective medicinal treatment exists for asthma, many people continue to have distressing symptoms and impaired quality of life. People with asthma have expressed interest in non-drug asthma treatments, particularly in breathing exercises. Several recent studies have shown benefits from a short course of breathing exercises taught by a respiratory physiotherapist for people with asthma who remained symptomatic despite usual treatment. We believe that many NHS patients could potentially benefit from these exercises, but unfortunately, there is currently not enough access to suitable trained physiotherapists able to provide such a service. We propose to provide the same breathing training programme that we have previously shown to be effective when taught 'face-to-face' by a physiotherapist in the form of a DVD, or internet download. Patients will use this in their own home at times convenient to them, in addition to their standard treatment (e.g. with inhalers). We will find out whether this type of instruction is better than the 'usual care' that is currently provided, and whether it is as good as the 'face to face' physiotherapist instruction (which is more expensive and less convenient for patients).
Software that enables behavioural scientists to create online behavioural interventions
The DIPSS (Integrating Digital Interventions into Patient Self-Management Support) project has received funding of £2 million from the NIHR to examine patient digital self-management with healthcare professional support in primary care. Our aim is to develop digital behaviour change interventions for asthma and hypertension self-management, which will be examined in feasibility studies and full RCT (hypertension only). Issues surrounding the feasibility, acceptability, effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of digital intervention delivery will be explored with patients and healthcare professionals for each condition.