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Portrait of Dr Joanna Brooks Dr Joanna Brooks

J.M.Brooks@hud.ac.uk | 01484 472546



Biography

Jo is a Senior Research Fellow in the Centre for Applied Psychological and Health Research (CAPHR). She joined the University in May 2009, having held previous research posts at the University of Manchester in the Macmillan Research Unit (looking at employment issues and the costs of cancer for patients and their families), and in the School of Psychological Sciences (as a Research Assistant on the MRC FINE Trial exploring treatment interventions for patients with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome [CFS/ME]).

Jo obtained a First Class Honours degree in Psychology in 2001 (University of Manchester), and a PhD in Psychology in 2008 (University of Manchester, funded by the Economic and Social Research Council). Jo’s PhD was a mixed methods study examining illness beliefs/ representations in CFS/ME from the perspective of both patients and their close family members (their ‘significant others’). Her primary research interests focus on applied and health-related research topics. She is particularly interested in (1) issues relating to those close to patients - family, friends, carers - in the experience and management of long term illness conditions, and (2) exploring networks of care and support in health and social care. She has particular expertise in the use of qualitative research methodologies.

Research & Scholarship

University research group memberships

Jo is currently a member of the Institute for Research in Citizenship and Applied Human Sciences and the Centre for Applied Psychological and Health Research.

Current research

  • Project Lead. Qualitative Public Health Research project in Hull using an Assets Approach. Funded by Hull City Council. Research team: Dr Jo Brooks, Alison Bravington, Professor Nigel King, Professor Barry Percy-Smith, Dr Alison Rodriguez
     
  • Exploring the role of significant others in relation to self-management of chronic back pain. With funding from University of Huddersfield School of Human and Health Sciences Research and Innovation Fund, led by Dr Serena McCluskey.

Selected previous research experience

  • 2013-14: (as Project Lead). Young people with diabetes and their peers: an exploratory study of peer attitudes, beliefs, responses and influences. (University of Huddersfield, funded by Diabetes UK). External collaborators: Dr Nicky Kime and Liz Webster (Leeds Beckett University); Dr Fiona Campbell (Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust); Professor Alison Wearden (University of Manchester); Sandra Quarmby (Almondbury High School).
     
  • 2013: Supporting people with Active and Advanced Disease: A rapid review of the evidence. (University of Huddersfield, funded by Macmillan Cancer Support).
     
  • 2011-12: (as Project Lead). The influence of significant others on illness perceptions and work participation in patients with persisting low back pain: a pilot study (University of Huddersfield, funded by the Bupa Foundation).
     
  • 2009-12: Unpicking the threads: how generalist and specialist nurses work with patients, carers and each other in the community to support cancer survivors (University of Huddersfield, funded by Macmillan Cancer Support).
     
  • 2009-11: Evaluation of the Midhurst Palliative Care Service (Qualitative arm of study, University of Huddersfield and University of Sheffield, funded by Macmillan Cancer Support).
     
  • 2010: The influence of ‘significant others’ on back pain disability: a qualitative pilot study of illness perceptions (Funded by BackCare and the Lancashire Condition Management Programme, NHS Blackburn with Darwen).
     
  • 2008-9: The return to work process for cancer survivors (Macmillan Research Unit, University of Manchester, funded by Macmillan Cancer Support). [Research Associate].
     
  • 2007-8: Fatigue intervention by Nurses (the FINE trial) (qualitative evaluation arm) (School of Psychological Sciences, University of Manchester, funded by the Medical Research Council). [Research Assistant].
     
  • 2002-8: Significant others and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (PhD, funded by the ESRC, University of Manchester).

Publications and Other Research Outputs

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People with persisting low back pain (and other illnesses) who are receiving benefits because they cannot work are now being encouraged and helped to return to employment, in line with the UK government's welfare reform agenda. Individual and social influences involved in the everyday life experiences of beneficiaries with persisting low back pain which may act as obstacles to recovery and work participation. However, there is little understanding of these influences. In this exploratory study, we used qualitative methods to facilitate an in-depth examination of the illness beliefs of those close to back pain patients (their ‘significant others’), considering how these might influence both patients’ own beliefs about their condition and work participation. Methods In-depth interviews were conducted with nine patients reporting non-specific low back pain of more than three months duration and their significant others (closest adult family member) (n = 18). The self-regulatory model (SRM) (Leventhal et al., 1984) was used as a guide to organise the interview schedule and interview transcripts were analysed using template analysis (e.g. King, 2004). Analysis focused on the significant other interview data and we sought to identify themes which demonstrated clear contrasts between dyads in which the patient had or had not remained in employment. Findings Three overarching themes are presented and discussed: (1) the extent of impact on patient activity (including employment); (2) treatment expectations; (3) patient identity. Overall, the significant others of patients who were out of work due to their back problem tended to emphasise the extreme consequences of the patient’s back pain on every aspect of their lives. They described the back pain as preventing the patient from doing things, even though closer analysis of the detail suggested that in fact the patient was able to undertake everyday activities, albeit at a lower functioning level than prior to symptom onset. Significant others of patients who remained in employment focused instead on what the patient could still do. In terms of treatment expectations, significant others of out of work patients appeared to believe that their relatives needed to be pain-free in order to resume participation in normal life, and equated only complete removal of pain with treatment success. In contrast, significant others in the employed sample tended to talk in terms of ‘management’ rather than ‘cure’, and were more accepting of the possibility that options available to manage pain were unlikely to provide complete relief of the patient’s pain symptoms. These attitudes were further reflected in participants’ beliefs about patient identity: significant others of employed patients described their relative in heroic terms; significant others of out of work patients described the patient as disabled and a blameless victim. Discussion Previous studies have shown that the impact of musculoskeletal pain and disability is greatest among socially disadvantaged populations, and among those with low education levels, and that low income and low educational attainment are the socioeconomic variables most consistently found to be associated with higher prevalence and severity of musculoskeletal problems (Carr & Klaber Moffett, 2005). The present study also suggests that socio-economic status has an important role to play in work participation outcomes. In this study, those who had remained in employment had higher status jobs and were more able to negotiate necessary flexibility and role adaptations to enable them to continue in work despite their pain. The role of good existing relationships, particularly with line managers in this context, was apparent. In terms of treatment expectations, significant others in the employed sample were more accepting when medical professionals were perceived as unable to provide answers in terms of a full explanation of the problem, or to provide a curative treatment. In contrast, significant others of those patients who were out of work were dissatisfied with treatment and sceptical of healthcare providers because patients were still experiencing pain, ultimately equating their relative’s recovery with being ‘cured’. Expectations about treatment have been proposed to be one of the major influences on outcome for patients with chronic low back pain, and the results from this study suggest that the treatment expectations held by significant others could further reinforce patient expectations, acting as wider psychosocial obstacles to recovery. There was a notable difference in the way that the two samples described how the patient’s back problem had impacted on both the patient’s identity and on their activities. The significant others of working patients tended to emphasise what the patient could do despite their back pain and attributed this to the patient’s admirable personal characteristics, describing them as heroic and stoical. In contrast, the significant others of non-working patients emphasised the extent to which the back pain prevented the patient doing things and descriptions of patient identity focused on them as a victim, anticipating and rebuffing potential accusations of personal responsibility and blame. Undertaken as it was in the context of changes to the welfare system in the United Kingdom, this work has potential implications for understanding how patients and their families may respond to the changes, and how that may impact on work participation outcomes. Our findings suggest that, if left to their own devices, there may be a danger that patients who feel that there are insurmountable obstacles to a return to their previous employment and who believe themselves to face socio-cultural scepticism about their condition, along with widespread ill-feeling towards the unemployed, may become entrenched in a position whereby it becomes all the more important to be seen as completely disabled, thus limiting their activity and their chances of any return to work. We discuss current reports and policy initiatives which recommend a focus on what patients can do, rather than what they cannot and note that our results support these initiatives. In addition, our findings, although preliminary and exploratory, emphasise the importance of taking social and environmental factors into account and we suggest that significant others may have an important role to play in this context. 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The adult version of this questionnaire has been widely used, and the metacognitive theory of emotional disorders has become influential in the adult literature. This study sought to examine the prevalence and emotional correlates of meta-cognition in adolescents. The MCQ-Awas administered to 177 schoolchildren aged 13 through 17 years, together with measures of emotional well-being. Factor analysis suggested a five-factor solution similar to that reported for the adult version. Internal consistency of the scale was high. Scores ranged from low to high across the age range, suggesting that meta-cognitive beliefs are well-established by adolescence. Scores on the MCQ-A were highly correlated with a number of measures of emotional symptoms. The MCQ-A is a reliable and valid instrument for measuring meta-cognitive beliefs in adolescents. 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Achieving optimal self-management of diabetes can be particularly challenging for adolescents, and relationships with others can impact on this. The evidence that other people are important for young people with diabetes in terms of both condition management and other psychosocial outcomes comes largely from studies looking at adolescents in their family setting. Whilst it is recognised that peers are likely to be important in this respect, little research has been undertaken in this area, especially looking at what peers themselves think about the condition and their responses to it. In this research, we used well-established in-depth qualitative research methods (interviews and focus groups) to explore peer beliefs and attitudes towards diabetes from the perspectives of both young people with diabetes and their peers. We interviewed 10 young people with diabetes and a close friend they nominated to take part in the research with them. We also conducted three focus groups with secondary school pupils with no necessary prior knowledge of diabetes. In the focus groups, we used short realistic descriptions (vignettes) of young people with diabetes to facilitate discussion – these vignettes were developed using ideas taken from our interviews with young people with diabetes and their friends and with help from young people on our project steering group. We also piloted some educational materials about diabetes with our focus group participants which we again developed with the help of our steering group and research interview participants as well as useful feedback from a parent of a young person with diabetes. We found that there were significant differences reported in the support offered in schools to young people with diabetes. Those young people with diabetes we spoke to who reported that they were well supported at school by teaching staff seemed to be more comfortable in dealing with their condition, and more open with regards to their condition and its management with their friends and peers. Overall, our research participants suggested that there was a need for greater awareness of diabetes and for more education about the condition in schools. Participants suggested that this would help normalise the condition and that young people with the condition would thus be less likely to be the focus of unwanted attention. The educational materials we piloted with our focus groups in secondary school settings were well-received and easily graspable by our participants. Findings from this study suggest that more education about diabetes amongst young people is needed, but also encouragingly that this would be welcomed by young people themselves. 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Young people, unused to participating in formal research interviews and discussing their friendships and peer relations with unknown adults, might well find it initially difficult to reflect on and discuss these matters with researchers. In order to facilitate discussion and in an effort to make our research participants feel more at ease in the research setting, we decided to try using a version of Pictor to begin our interview sessions. In this presentation, we discuss how we used and adapted the original technique with our research participants. Having something to ‘do’ (creating the Pictor charts) gave our participants a structured activity to engage in, providing them with some space and time to think about what it was they wanted to express, and to focus on aspects of their peer world important to them. Their Pictor charts provide a visual representation of their peer world which belongs to them, which they could then draw on and refer to in the interview. Using examples of some of the charts produced by our research participants, we reflect on how this use of Pictor has successfully worked to engage with young people in this research project. 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Unrealistic and/or unhelpful treatment expectations have been linked to detrimental clinical and work outcomes in those with persistent low back pain. However, research of this nature has rarely focused on the influence of 'significant others' (spouse/partner/close family member). OBJECTIVE: To provide an in-depth examination of the treatment expectations of the 'significant others' of individuals who have become unable to work due to persistent low back pain, highlighting how significant others may influence recovery and work participation outcomes for such individuals. PARTICIPANTS: A convenience sample (n=18) of work disability benefit claimants and their significant others were recruited from two settings in the North of England. METHOD: A qualitative research design was employed, and semi-structured interviews based on the chronic pain version of the Illness Perceptions Questionnaire-Revised were conducted with claimants and their significant others. Interview data were analysed using template analysis. RESULTS: It was found that significant others expected a substantial reduction or complete removal of pain in order for treatment to be considered successful. The pursuit of diagnostic tests was important in validating such expectations, and there was continued scepticism of treatments already undertaken or offered as an alternative. Like the individuals affected, significant others believed that a correct diagnosis had not yet been received, which led to a continued delay in return to work. 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Exploring data from each perspective provides triangulation, and therefore increased trustworthiness, of the analysis. Semi-structured in-depth interviews were conducted with 46 patients, three nurse therapists and three supervisors and an iterative approach was used to develop conceptual categories from the dataset. Results Analyses reveal four sets of challenges that were common to both interventions: i) Being a novice therapist; ii) engaging patients in the therapeutic model; iii) dealing with emotions and iv) complexity of primary care. Each challenge had the potential to cause tension between therapist and patient. A number of strategies were developed by participants to manage the tensions. Conclusion Tensions exist for nurses when attempting to deliver psychological therapy for patients with CFS/ME in a primary care trial which would need to be addressed before implementing within routine clinical practice. Similar tensions may be found for other long term conditions. 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In some cases, significant others appeared more resigned to the permanence and negative inevitable consequences of the claimant's back pain condition on work participation, and were more sceptical about the availability of suitable work and sympathy from employers. In their pursuit of authenticity, claimants were keen to stress their desire to work whilst emphasising how the severity and physical limitations of their condition prevented them from doing so. In this vein, and seemingly based on their perceptions of what makes a 'good' significant other, significant others acted as a 'witness to pain', supporting claimants' self-limiting behaviour and statements of incapacity, often responding with empathy and assistance. The beliefs and responses of significant others may also have been influenced by their own experience of chronic illness, thus participants lives were often intertwined and defined by illness. 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However, an in-depth exploration of the influence of illness perceptions, particularly those of ‘significant others’, on back pain incapacity has yet to be carried out. Objectives The aims of this pilot study are: (1) to design and validate a semi-structured interview for incapacity benefit claimants and their ‘significant others’ to explore their illness perceptions in relation to the claimant’s back condition and work function; (2) to compare the beliefs of claimants and their significant others with a view to designing a large-scale mixed-methods research project exploring the impact of significant others’ beliefs on claimants’ own beliefs about their disability and work function. Method Interviews will be carried out with a convenience sample of claimants (and their ‘significant others’) who are enrolled in the Lancashire Condition Management Programme. Data will be analysed using qualitative techniques, and themes will be extracted and explored in relation to disability and work function, and compared between claimants and their ‘significant others’. Outcomes The influence of ‘significant others’ on back pain disability is largely unexplored. This pilot study aims to provide a method which will enable further understanding of these influences, with the aim of informing future research and return-to-work programs. Lay summary Most people who are in receipt of incapacity benefit are now expected to take appropriate steps to prepare for work. However, there is little understanding of the individual and social influences involved in the everyday life experiences of those with disabling back pain which may act as obstacles to recovery, and ultimately, a return-to-work. We are proposing to design and validate a method which will allow a more indepth examination of the illness perceptions of both individuals who are disabled due to back pain, and those of their ‘significant others’ (spouses/close family members). 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The aim of this study was to extend previous research by including individuals who have remained in work despite persistent back pain in addition to those who had become incapacitated for work, along with their significant others. The purpose of this research was to explore whether the illness beliefs of significant others differed depending on their relative’s working status, and to make some preliminary identification of how significant others may facilitate or hinder work participation for those with persistent back pain. Methods Interviews structured around the Illness Perception Questionnaire (chronic pain version) were conducted with back pain patients recruited from a hospital pain management clinic along with their significant others. Some patients had remained in work despite their back pain; others had ceased employment. Data were analysed using template analysis. Results There were clear differences between beliefs about, and reported responses to, back pain symptoms amongst the significant others of individuals who had remained in employment compared with the significant others of those who had ceased work. Three overarching themes emerged: perceived consequences of back pain, specific nature of employment and the impact of back pain on patient identity. Conclusions Significant others of employed individuals with back pain focused on the extent to which activity could still be undertaken despite back pain symptoms. Individuals out of work due to persistent back pain apparently self-limited their activity and were supported in their beliefs and behaviours by their significant others. To justify incapacity due to back pain, this group had seemingly become entrenched in a position whereby it was crucial that the individual with back pain was perceived as completely disabled. We suggest that significant others are clearly important, and potentially detrimental, sources of support to individuals with back pain. The inclusion of significant others in vocational rehabilitation programmes could potentially be a valuable way of mobilising readily accessible resources in a way that supports optimal functioning. 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Pictor is a simple yet effective technique which is able to successfully address some of the significant methodological challenges presented in the exploration of collaborative working in health care settings. The Pictor technique has its intellectual origins in phenomenological readings of personal construct theory by more recent scholars such as Butt (2003). PCT suggests that as human beings we are essentially meaning-makers, formulating our own personal hypotheses or “constructs” to explain our world. This meaning making process (referred to in PCT as ‘construing’) Involves the whole person, and happens not “inside” the person but through his or her actions and interactions in and with the world. Put briefly, the Pictor technique requires the research interviewee to choose a case of collaborative working in which they are, or have been, involved. They are provided with a set of arrow-shaped ‘Post It’ notes and asked to lay them out on a large sheet of paper in a manner that helps them tell the story of their case, with the arrows representing people and/or agencies involved in the case. The interviewer uses the “chart” so produced to probe the participant on their experiences. We used Pictor in a large scale qualitative research project exploring how different professionals collaborate in the care of patients with cancer and other long term conditions. We conducted 78 Pictor interviews with a wide variety of stakeholders including different nursing professionals, a wide range of professionals with whom they interact, patients themselves and their close others. There were important differences in the ways in which different professional groups represented cases using Pictor, which can be understood in terms of role perceptions, aspects of service organisation and also wider societal perceptions of different types of illness. 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However, given the complexity of many cases, researching the experiences of those involved – as professionals, patients or carers – can be challenging. Methods We introduce a novel visual technique (Pictor) for exploring experiences of collaborative working, using examples from a study exploring how care is provided to cancer patients and long-term condition patients across acute and community settings. We conducted 78 Pictor interviews with a wide variety of stakeholders including different nursing professionals, a wide range of professionals with whom they interact, patients themselves and their close others. Findings There were important differences in the ways in which different professional groups represented cases using Pictor, which can be understood in terms of role perceptions, aspects of service organisation and also wider societal perceptions of different types of illness. 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2014

Brooks, J., Kime, N., King, N., Wearden, A., Gillibrand, W., Webster, L. and Campbell, F. (2014) ‘Young people with diabetes and their peers’. In: Division of Health Psychology British Psychological Society Annual Conference, 10-12 September 2014, York, UK

Leeming, D., Brooks, J., Burr, V. and Lucock, M. (2014) ‘Therapists' perspectives on using case formulation’. In: 5th Qualitative Research on Mental Health Conference, 2-4th September 2014, Chania, Greece

King, N., Brooks, J. and Bravington, A. (2014) ‘The Pictor Technique: Exploring Collaborative Working in Nursing Sage Research Methods Cases .

Brooks, J (2014) Support for young people with diabetes in schools [Video]

McCluskey, S., Brooks, J., King, N. and Burton, A. (2014) ‘Are The Treatment Expectations of ‘Significant Others’ Psychosocial Obstacles to Work Participation for Those with Persistent Low Back Pain?WORK: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment & Rehabilitation , 48 (3), pp. 391-398. ISSN 1051-9815

Brooks, J (2014) Young people with diabetes and their peers - an exploratory study of peer attitudes, beliefs, responses and influences Huddersfield, UK: University of Huddersfield (Unpublished)

Brooks, J., King, N. and Wearden, A. (2014) ‘Couples' experiences of interacting with outside others in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: a qualitative studyChronic Illness , 10 (1), pp. 5-17. ISSN 1742-3953

King, N., Brooks, J., Featherstone, V. and Topping, A. (2014) Supporting people with active and advanced disease: a rapid review of the evidence Huddersfield, UK: University of Huddersfield

Brooks, J. and King, N. (2014) ‘Doing Template Analysis: Evaluating an End of Life Care ServiceSage Research Methods Cases .

Noble, B., King, N., Woolmore, A., Hughes, P., Winslow, M., Melvin, J., Brooks, J., Bravington, A., Ingleton, C. and Bath, P. (2014) ‘Can comprehensive specialised end-of-life care be provided at home? Lessons from a study of an innovative consultant-led community service in the UKEuropean Journal of Cancer Care . ISSN 0961-5423

2013

Brooks, J., Daglish, J. and Wearden, A. (2013) ‘Attributions, distress and behavioural responses in the significant others of people with Chronic Fatigue SyndromeJournal of Health Psychology , 18 (10), pp. 1288-1295. ISSN 1359-1053

Brooks, J. and King, N. (2013) ‘Introducing the Pictor technique: A method for exploring collaborative working in health care’. In: Qualitative Methods in Psychology Section Conference 2013, 4th - 6th September 2013, Huddersfield, UK

Brooks, J., Bravington, A., Hardy, B., Melvin, J., Wilde, D. and King, N. (2013) ‘The Pictor Technique: A method for exploring collaborative working in health care’. In: Division of Health Psychology Annual Conference, British Psychological Society, 11th - 13th September, 2013, Brighton

King, N., Bravington, A., Brooks, J., Hardy, B., Melvin, J. and Wilde, D. (2013) ‘The Pictor Technique: A Method for Exploring the Experience of Collaborative WorkingQualitative Health Research , 23 (8), pp. 1138-1152. ISSN 1049-7323

King, N., Melvin, J., Brooks, J., Wilde, D. and Bravington, A. (2013) Unpicking The Threads: How specialist and generalist nurses work with patients, carers, other professionals and each other to support cancer and long-term condition patients in the community University of Huddersfield

Brooks, J., McCluskey, S., King, N. and Burton, A. (2013) ‘Illness perceptions in the context of differing work participation outcomes: exploring the influence of significant others in persistent back painBMC Musculoskeletal Disorders , 14. ISSN 1471-2474

Collins, S. and Brooks, J. (2013) ‘Using the Pictor Technique in research with young people’. In: Qualitative Methods in Psychology Section Conference 2013, 4th - 6th September 2013, Huddersfield, UK

2012

McCluskey, S., Brooks, J., King, N. and Burton, A. (2012) ‘The influence of 'significant others' on persistent back pain and work participation: the role of treatment expectations’. In: Society for Back Pain Research Annual Conference, 9-11 November 2012, Isle of Man, UK

McCluskey, S., Brooks, J., King, N. and Burton, A. (2012) ‘The influence of ‘significant others’ on persistent back pain and work participation: a qualitative study of illness perceptions’. In: Work Disability Prevention International Congress, 22-25 October 2012, Groningen, The Netherlands

Brooks, J., Brooks, J. and Tremblay, P. (2012) ‘Across The Great DivideJournal of Music, Technology and Education , 5 (2), pp. 145-157. ISSN 1752-7066

Brooks, J., McCluskey, S., King, N. and Burton, A. (2012) ‘Exploring potential family factors influencing work participation in persistent back pain: a pilot study of significant others' illness beliefs ’. In: Division of Health Psychology British Psychological Society Annual Conference, 5 - 7 September 2012, Liverpool

Brooks, J. and King, N. (2012) ‘Qualitative psychology in the real world: The utility of template analysis’. In: 2012 British Psychological Society Annual Conference, 18th - 20th April 2012, London, UK

McCluskey, S., Brooks, J., King, N. and Burton, A. (2012) ‘The influence of 'signficant others' on persistent back pain and work participation: a qualitative study of illness perceptions’. In: The British Pain Society Annual Conference 2012, 24-27 April 2012, Liverpool, UK

Brooks, J., McCluskey, S., King, N. and Burton, A. (2012) Beliefs about illness amongst significant others and their influence on work participation outcomes for back pain patients: a pilot study Huddersfield: University of Huddersfield (Unpublished)

2011

Peters, S., Wearden, A., Morriss, R., Dowrick, C., Lovell, K., Brooks, J., Cahill, G. and Chew-Graham, C. (2011) ‘Challenges of nurse delivery of psychological interventions for long-term conditions in primary care: a qualitative exploration of the case of chronic fatigue syndrome/myalgic encephalitisImplementation Science , 6 (1), p. 132. ISSN 1748-5908

McCluskey, S., Brooks, J., King, N. and Burton, A. (2011) ‘“He’s only young and he wants to work but no-one’ll hire him with a bad back, will they?” Findings from an exploratory study of ‘significant others’’ illness perceptions in relation to work disability due to low back pain.’. In: Society for Back Pain Research Annual Conference, 10-11 November 2011, Cambridge, UK

McCluskey, S., Brooks, J., King, N. and Burton, A. (2011) ‘The influence of 'significant others' on persistent back pain and work participation: a qualitative exploration of illness perceptionsBMC Musculoskeletal Disorders , 12, p. 236. ISSN 14712474

Brooks, J., McCluskey, S., King, N. and Burton, A. (2011) ‘"I get depressed sometimes just looking at him..he's only young and he wants to work but no-one'll hire him with a bad back, will they?": Exploring the illness perceptions of significant others in relation to persistent back pain and work participation”.’. In: The British Psychological Society Division of Health Psychology Annual Conference,, 14-16 September 2011, Southampton, UK

Brooks, J., Wilson, K. and Amir, Z. (2011) ‘Additional financial costs borne by cancer patients: A narrative reviewEuropean Journal of Oncology Nursing , 15 (4), pp. 302-310. ISSN 1462-3889

Chew-Graham, C., Brooks, J., Wearden, A., Dowrick, C. and Peters, S. (2011) ‘Factors influencing engagement of patients in a novel intervention for CFS/ME: a qualitative studyPrimary Health Care Research & Development , 12 (2), pp. 112-122. ISSN 1463-4236

McCluskey, S., Brooks, J., King, N. and Burton, A. (2011) The influence of 'significant others' on back pain disability and return to work: a qualitative pilot study of illness perceptions University of Huddersfield

2010

McCluskey, S., Brooks, J., King, N. and Burton, A. (2010) ‘The influence of 'signifcant others' on back pain disability and return-to-work: a qualitative pilot study - preliminary findings’. In: Primary Care Musculoskeletal Research Congress, 11-13 October 2010, Rotterdam

McCluskey, S., Burton, A., Brooks, J. and King, N. (2010) ‘The influence of significant others on back pain disability and return-to-work: a qualitative pilot study of illness perceptionsThe BackCare Journal , pp. 14-15.

McCluskey, S., Brooks, J., King, N. and Burton, A. (2010) ‘The influence of significant others on back pain disability and return-to-work: a qualitative pilot study of illness perceptions’. In: European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology, 29-31 March 2010, Rome, Italy

2009

Brooks, J (2009) ‘Cancer survivorship and employment: epidemiologyOccupational Medicine , 59 (6), pp. 373-377. ISSN 0962-7480

2006

Brocki, J. and Wearden, A. (2006) ‘A critical evaluation of the use of interpretative phenomenological analysis (IPA) in health psychologyPsychology and Health , 21 (1), pp. 87-108. ISSN 0887-0446

2004

Cartwright-Hatton, S., Mather, A., Illingworth, V., Brocki, J., Harrington, R. and Wells , A. (2004) ‘Development and preliminary validation of the Meta-cognitions Questionnaire—Adolescent VersionJournal of Anxiety Disorders , 18 (3), pp. 411-422. ISSN 0887-6185

Esteem

Research grants awarded

  • 2014: (Lead applicant): £28, 700 from Hull City Council for Public Health Qualitative Research Project.
     
  • 2013: (Co-applicant). £25,529 from Macmillan Cancer Support for ‘Supporting people with Active and Advanced Disease: A rapid review of the evidence’.
     
  • 2012-3: (Lead applicant): £16,598 from Diabetes UK for ‘Young people with diabetes and their peers: an exploratory study of peer attitudes, beliefs, responses and influences’.
     
  • 2011: (Lead applicant): £19,461 from the Bupa Foundation, Philip Poole Wilson Seed Corn Fund for ‘The influence of ‘significant others’ on illness perceptions and work participation in patients with persisting low back pain: a pilot study’.
     
  • 2010: (Co-applicant): £18,405 from Backcare and Lancashire Condition Management Programme (NHS Blackburn with Darwen) for ‘The Influence of ‘Significant Others’ on Back Pain Disability: A Qualitative Pilot Study of Illness Perceptions’.

Other

  • Jo is a Chartered Psychologist (CPsychol), a Chartered Scientist (CSci) and an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society (BPS).
     
  • Jo is a Committee member and Honorary Treasurer of QMiP, the BPS’s Qualitative Methods in Psychology Section, and a general member of the BPS’s Division of Health Psychology.
     
  • Jo is a member of the BPS’s Professional Practice Board End of Life Care Working Group.
     
  • Jo acts as peer reviewer for a number of academic journals and publishers including Psychology and Health; Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry; Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice; International Journal of Psychology; European Journal of Oncology Nursing; International Journal of Social Research Methodology; Macmillan Palgrave; Future Medicine; Scandinavian Journal of Public Health; Chronic Illness; Sage Open Medicine; BMC Family Practice.
     
  • Jo has acted as grant reviewer for a number of awarding bodies including NIHR Programme Grants for Applied Research Scheme; NIHR Research for Patient Benefit Competition; Catalan Health Agency, Wellcome Trust Small Arts and People Awards scheme.
     
  • Invited talks and workshops given by Jo include qualitative methods training courses for both internal (university staff) and external audiences (Calderdale and Kirklees NHS Trust; Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry; Henley Business School; University of Manchester).

Research Degree Supervision

Current research students

  • Ruth Brown (Professional Doctorate): An exploration of mental health nurses understanding of the spiritual needs of service users (with John Wattis and Kathleen Chimera).
  • Claire Heywood (MRes): The effects of singing on psychological well-being (with Viv Burr).
  • Tracy Pottinger (PhD): No town should have one: Food insecurity and the rise of charitable food aid in the UK (with Graham Gibbs).
  • Sharon Simon (University fee-waiver MRes): Experiences of young people in secure settings of mentoring and support (with Viv Burr and Heather Dale).
  • Jan Abernathy (PhD): Exploring the lived experience of caring (with Nigel King).
  • Sarah Chipperfield (PhD): An exploration of the influence of social ballroom dancing on health and well-being in older adults (with Marilynne Kirshbaum and John Stephenson).
  • Amrit Bhatti (PhD): Children's experiences of Chemotherapy induced Alopecia (With Alison Rodriguez).

Jo also acts as an internal PhD examiner and postgraduate progression monitoring referee for the University.

Teaching and Professional Activities

Teaching contributions to: Health Psychology (HIB1047); Psychology of Health and Wellbeing (HHB1071); Psychological Research and Data Analysis (HIB1017); Final Year Psychology Research Project (HHB1020).

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