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Miss Anna Hurley-Wallace MSc, MBPsS, AVCM

Postgraduate research student, Teaching Assistant in Psychology

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I am currently a research student at the University of Southampton, on the Jubilee +3 PhD scholarship. I have a variety of research interests within psychology, including cognitive neuroscience and health psychology. My current research project focuses on developing interventions for chronic paediatric pain.

I completed a 3-year BSc in Psychology at the University of Kent in 2015, graduating with first class honours; my undergraduate project was in cognitive neuroscience, and involved the direct application of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation. I have since completed an MSc in Health Psychology at the University of Surrey, with a project on the impact of exposure to different female body types on health-behaviour motivations. Following this, I spent 4 months volunteering within the Camden & Islington NHS psychological therapies service as an Honorary Assistant Psychologist.

My current research project aims to develop an online intervention for paediatric chronic pain, which contains modules for both non-cancer and cancer-related chronic pain. The intervention will be interdisciplinary; mirroring clinical practice in paediatric chronic pain by incorporating elements of medicine, physiotherapy, nursing and occupational therapy, as well as psychological techniques. Chronic pain is an area I have been keenly interested in since working with chronic pain patients in the NHS. It is a mixed-methods project involving collection and analysis of both qualitative and quantitative data.

Research interests

Health psychology, chronic pain, paediatric pain, cognitive neuroscience, CBT

PhD working title:

Development of an online, interdisciplinary intervention for paediatric non-cancer and cancer-related chronic pain management.

PhD supervision:

Prof. Christina Liossi, Dr. Daniel Schoth

Affiliate research group

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

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Miss Anna Hurley-Wallace
Office 2005, 44 Chamberlain Road, Southampton

Email: A.Hurley-Wallace@soton.ac.uk


Telephone numbers: Office tel: 23584 (internal), 02380593584 (external)



Room Number: 44/3079


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