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Miss Shokraneh  Oftadeh Moghadam BSc, MSc (currently working towards)

Health Psychology Senior Research Assistant

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Shokraneh Oftadeh Moghadam is a Senior Research Assistant within the Faculty of Psychology at the University of Southampton

I completed my BSc in Psychology at the University of Southampton in 2016. For my undergraduate research project I conducted an experimental study investigating the role of individual differences in increasing mindfulness and decreasing stress, following a ten day app-based mindfulness intervention. I enrolled on to the MSc Health Psychology programme in 2017. For my MSc dissertation I am using a mixed methods approach to investigate whether using the Person Based-Approach to intervention development can improve the acceptability of an online behaviour change intervention promoting fruit and vegetable consumption.The findings will be written up for publication.

I am currently involved in analysing data from the POWeR (Positive Online Weight Reduction) trial, exploring patients’ experiences and engagement with the intervention. I will be contributing to writing the results section of this project for publication. I am currently working as a Senior Research Assistant on the CLASP (Cancer: Life Affirming Survivorship support in Primary Care) project. I am contributing towards evaluating this intervention to help patients self-manage cancer or treatment related issues. Through my work I hope to empower and enable patients and people in the community to optimally self-manage their illness or treatment and as a result live a better quality of life.

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My primary research interest is in conducting and evaluating digital self-management interventions for different health conditions and populations. I have particular interest in maximising user engagement with digital interventions. I am also interested in uptake and adherence to treatments as well as placebo effects within treatment contexts and the use of complementary and alternative medicines for different health conditions.

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

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