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Sophie's expertise is in the development and evaluation of behavioural change health and mental health interventions. She focuses on using methods to ensure that these interventions are accessible and effective for all social groups and reduce rather than exacerbating health inequalities. She has experience of using qualitative and quantitative methodology. Her training is grounded in psychology and neuropsychology and she has worked on the application of behavioural interventions in primary and secondary healthcare settings. Her PhD explored the influences digital health interventions on health inequalities in chronic conditions.
Sophie is currently a Research Fellow on the TRUUD study, developing an intervention to increase the focus of health inequlities in the urban environment.
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Ayres, S. A., Kirton-Darling, E. I., Williams, D., Bain, H. C., Carhart, N. J., Le Gouais, A., Rosenberg, G., Walton, J., Chang, M., Newberry, P., Papastavrou Brooks, C., Black, D., Kidger, J. L., Hanss, K. L. & Turnbull, S. L.
1/10/19 → 30/09/24
Adaptation and implementation of a shared decision-making tool from one health context to another: Partnership Approach Using Mixed MethodsTurnbull, S. L., Walsh, N. E. & Moore, A. J., 5 Jul 2023, In: Journal of Medical Internet Research. 25, e42551.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article (Academic Journal) › peer-reviewOpen Access
Improving Access to Behavioral Strategies to Improve Mental Well-being With an Entertaining Breakfast Show App: Feasibility Evaluation StudyÖeren, M., Jordan, I., Coughlin, D. & Turnbull, S. L., 23 Mar 2022, In: JMIR Formative Research. 6, 3, 14 p., e25715.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article (Academic Journal) › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile24 Downloads (Pure)
Prognostic value of upper respiratory tract microbes in children presenting to primary care with respiratory infections: a prospective cohort studyMcGeoch, L., Thornton, H. V., Blair, P. S., Christensen, H., Turner, N. L., Redmond, N. M., Turnbull, S. L., Hay, A. D. & et, A., 12 May 2022, In: PLoS ONE. 17, 5, 14 p., e0268131.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article (Academic Journal) › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile2 Citations (Scopus)13 Downloads (Pure)
The influence of digital self-care interventions on health inequality in high burden chronic health conditionsAuthor: Turnbull, S., 21 May 2019
Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis › Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)File