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Check out our new BMC Family Practice paper

Challenges and visions for managing pain-related insomnia in primary care using the hybrid CBT approach: a small-scale qualitative interview study with GPs, nurses, and practice managers

By Collard et al. (2021)

Wed 20 Oct 2021, 09:54 | Tags: paper, sleep

Pandemic and student mental health

Did you know that mental health continued to be a serious issue for many university students, even after the first lockdown? Check out our new manuscript, "Pandemic and student mental health", on PsyArXiv

Tue 28 Sep 2021, 09:36 | Tags: sleep, student, mental health, RECOVERS

Is CBT-I the new best pain killer?

Check our a new editorial by Professor Tang in Sleep Medicine Reviews: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1087079221001210?via%3Dihub

Tue 07 Sep 2021, 10:27 | Tags: paper, chronic pain, sleep

Footsteps Festival

The Wizardry of Sleep Gadgetry: Help, Hindrance or Indifference?

21st July 6.00 – 7.00 pm BST

Join this session with Professor Nicole Tang and colleagues from Warwick University Research Lab on SLEEP and PAIN who will share their experiences using different at-home sleep-tracking gadgets (such as Fitbit and Apple Watch).

They will cover other areas like using sleep diaries to record and analyse sleep patterns. The team will talk about different ways to understand the information collected by these sleep tracking devices and how to use of this information to have a better quality sleep. It turns out that better quality sleep, leads to better physical and mental wellbeing, so living well with pain. So a really important session….

Watch the session for FREE :

https://my.livewellwithpain.co.uk/festival/%cat%25/video-the-wizardry-of-sleep-gadgetry-help-hindrance-or-indifference/

Wed 07 Jul 2021, 09:55 | Tags: Talk, videos, chronic pain, sleep, WITHIN

Midlands Health Psychology Network Conference - Best Oral Presentation

Congratulations to our Research Assistant

who co-presented some of her previous work today at #MHPNConf and won best Oral Presentation with Beth Morris! Their work looked at #IBD patients' information and support needs (pre-COVID) journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.11

Thu 10 Jun 2021, 23:59 | Tags: Talk, conference, award, WITHIN

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