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Dr Rosie  Essery 

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Dr Rosie Essery is Senior Research Assistant within Psychology at the University of Southampton.

Degrees:

'PhD Health Psychology Research and Professional Practice’ (February 2017)
BSc Psychology and Sociology, Keele University (June 2009)
MSc Health Psychology, University of West of England (September, 2011)

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Research interests

I have particular interests in patient adherence to self-managed treatments and the use of online health information. My PhD focuses on patient adherence to self-managed physical therapies and factors which facilitate this therapy or may act as barriers. More broadly, I am interested in health-related behaviour change theory and practice including intervention design.

Supervisors: Professor Lucy Yardley, Dr Sarah Kirby and Dr Adam Geraghty
Funding body: Jubilee Scholarship, Psychology Academic Unit, University of Southampton

 

 

Research group

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

Research project(s)

Effectiveness and Cost-Effectiveness of an Online Dizziness Intervention for Older adults

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Dr Rosie Essery
Rosie Essery Psychology Academic Unit Southampton University SO17 1BJ
Tel: 023 8059 9395
Email: r.a.essery@soton.ac.uk

Room Number:44/3065

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