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Professor Cathy Lloyd's OpenLearn Profile

Professor Cathy Lloyd

Professor Cathy Lloyd

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Cathy Lloyd is Professor of Health Studies in the Faculty of Health & Social Care. She is Lead for the Health Care And Health Science degree and is Module Lead for K213 Health and Illness, a core module in the degree. Cathy's research interests include studying the complexities of the relationship between diabetes and mental health and well-being, and the implications for diabetes care. She has also developed innovative methods for securing informed consent and collecting data in under-served and marginalised communities.

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Professor Cathy Lloyd's research

Sarah Earle et al. (2017-04-07) Preconception care for women with type 1 or type 2 diabetes mellitus: a mixed-methods study exploring uptake of preconception care, In Health Technology Assessment 14(21)

Catherine Louise Willson et al. (2017) The impact of multiple sclerosis on the identity of mothers in Italy, In Disability and Rehabilitation

Jenni Burt et al. (2016-09-01) Understanding negative feedback from South Asian patients: an experimental vignette study, In BMJ Open 9(6)

Jenni Burt et al. (2016-01) Variations in GP–patient communication by ethnicity, age, and gender: evidence from a national primary care patient survey, In British Journal of General Practice

Professor Cathy Lloyd et al. (2015-07) The INTERPRET-DD study of diabetes and depression: a protocol, In Diabetic Medicine 7(32)

Faraz Ahmed et al. (2015) Does the availability of a South Asian language in practices improve reports of doctor-patient communication from South Asian patients? Cross sectional analysis of a national patient survey in English general practices, In BMC Family Practice 55(16)

Professor Cathy Lloyd et al. (2014-12) What factors influence concordance with medications? Findings from the UK Asian Diabetes Study., In Diabetic Medicine 12(31)

Professor Cathy Lloyd, Paramjit Gill and Margaret Stone (2013-12) Psychological care in a national health service: challenges for people with diabetes, In Current Diabetes Reports 6(13)

Catherine Fickley et al. (2013-10) Type A behavior and risk of all-cause mortality, CAD, and CAD-related mortality, in a type 1 diabetes population: 22 years of follow-up in the Pittsburgh Epidemiology of Diabetes Complications Study, In Diabetes Care 10(36)

Professor Cathy Lloyd and Tapash Roy (2013) Top ten screening tools for measuring depression in people with diabetes, Springer

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