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Psychology
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Dr Kate Greenwell PhD, CPsychol, MSc, BSc (Hons)

Research Fellow

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Dr Kate Greenwell is a Research Fellow within Psychology at the University of Southampton

Kate is a Chartered Psychologist with the British Psychological Society and a Registered Health Psychologist with the Health and Care Professions Council. Kate previously worked in the NHS where she managed various research and service development projects around self-management for people living with long-term conditions, mainly Parkinson’s disease, Inflammatory Bowel Disease, and COPD.

She completed her PhD at the University of Nottingham. Her PhD focused on developing and evaluating an online intervention to support self-management in people with tinnitus

Research interests

My primary interest is in developing and evaluating digital interventions to help people to self-manage their health conditions. I also have an interest in tinnitus, Parkinson’s disease, mixed methods research, health information, and carers of people with long-term health conditions.

Current grants include

Cullington, H. (PI), Kitterick, P., Finch, T., Greenwell, K., Riggs, C., Walker, D.M., Weal, M., Little, P., Margol-Gromada, M. (2017-2020) Telemedicine for adults with cochlear implants in the UK: Empowering patients to manage their own hearing healthcare (CHOICE). Health Foundation (£474,051)

Research group

Centre for Clinical and Community Applications of Health Psychology (CCCAHP)

Research project(s)

DIPSS

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.

ECO - Eczema Care Online

This programme of research aims to promote effective eczema self-care by improving individuals’ knowledge of eczema treatments and influencing attitudes, skills, and habits related to treatment use.   

Telemedicine in cochlear implants

This project is exploring different ways of providing long term follow up to cochlear implant users.

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Conference

  • Cullington, H., Pickering, M., Darnton, P., Greenwell, K., Finch, T., Kitterick, P., ... Weal, M. (2019). Programme management of a healthcare innovation. Paper presented at British Cochlear Implant Group Meeting 2019, Southampton, United Kingdom.
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