Research

Below are COMPASS related publications from our research team.

Book chapter:

Hudson, J.L., Moon, Z., Hughes, L., & Moss-Morris, R. (In press). Engagement of Stakeholders in the Design, Evaluation, and Implementation of Complex Interventions. Handbook of Behaviour Change. Cambridge University Press.

Relevant research papers:

Published

Seaton N., Moss-Morris, R., Norton, S., Hulme, K., & Hudson, J. (in press). Mental health outcomes in long-term condition patients: an analysis of an IAPT service. BJPsych Open.

Carroll, S., Moon, Z., Hudson, J., Hulme, K., & Moss-Morris, R. (2022). An evidence-based theory of psychological adjustment to long-term physical health conditions: applications in clinical practice. Psychosomatic Medicine, doi: 10.1097/PSY.0000000000001076.

Carroll, S., Moss-Morris, R., Hulme, K. and Hudson, J.L (2021), Therapists’ perceptions of barriers and facilitators to uptake and engagement with therapy in long-term conditions. British Journal of Health Psychology, 26, 307-324. https://doi.org/10.1111/bjhp.12475

Hulme, K., Hudson, J., Picariello, F., Seaton, N., Norton, S., Wroe, A., Moss-Morris, R. (2021). Clinical efficacy of COMPASS, a digital cognitive-behavioural therapy program for treating anxiety and depression in patients with long-term physical health conditions: protocol for randomised controlled trial.  BMJ Open, 11(10), doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2021-053971

Hudson, J.L. & Moss-Morris, R. (2019). Treating illness distress in chronic illness: Integrating mental health approaches with illness self-management. European Psychologist, 24, 26-37. doi: 10.1027/1016-9040/a000352

Under review

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In preparation

Hudson, J.L., Moon, Z., Hulme, K., Husbands, A., Allen, A., & Moss-Morris, R. (In prep). Barriers and facilitators to screening for symptoms of depression and anxiety in people with long-term conditions: Views of patients and health care professionals.

Hulme, K., Hudson, J., Seaton, N., Moon, Z., Wroe, A., Rimes, K., & Moss-Morris, R. (in preparation). Creating COMPASS: a digital therapeutic designed to treat anxiety and depression in the context of long-term physical health conditions.

Hulme, K., Picariello, F., Seaton, N., Hudson, J., Norton, S., & Moss-Morris R. (in preparation). Clinical efficacy of COMPASS, a digital cognitive-behavioural therapy programme for treating anxiety and depression in patients with long-term physical health conditions: a randomised-controlled trial.