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Charlotte Emma Hilton

Charlotte Emma Hilton
Hilton Health Consultancy · Private Practice

PhD, PGDip

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Despite the growth in theoretical understandings of health behaviour and standardised approaches to health interventions (e.g. behaviour change taxonomies), health psychology has paid comparatively less attention to the importance of the implementation processes – ‘how to’ rather than ‘what to’ of such interventions. The clinical and interpersonal...
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Increased public awareness of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is a key component of effective antimicrobial stewardship strategies. Educational theatre combined with an expert panel was used to engage the public about AMR through delivery of a play entitled "The drugs don't work". Audience knowledge and understanding of AMR were measured by pre- and...
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The growing trend in the use of the Internet and social media as a method of self-managing illness presents a critical opportunity to better understand the role of pro-anorexia websites for eating disorders. Therefore, one hundred and fifty five pro-anorexia website messages regarding criticism that the site was responsible for developing anorexia...
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https://www.elsevier.com/books/practical-guide-to-obesity-medicine/weaver/978-0-323-48559-3
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https://www.elsevier.com/books/practical-guide-to-obesity-medicine/weaver/978-0-323-48559-3
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Aims and objectives: To report the findings from a unique analysis of naturally occurring data regarding self-harm behaviour generated through the global social media site, Twitter. Background: Self-harm behaviours are of global concern for health and social care practice. However, little is known about the experiences of those who harm and the...
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Since the initial conception of the behaviour change method Motivational Interviewing, there has been a shift evident in epistemological, methodological and practical applications, from an inductive, process and practitioner-focussed approach to that which is more deductive, research-outcome, and confirmatory-focussed. This paper highlights the con...
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The development of questionnaires, surveys and psychometric scales is an iterative research process that includes a number of carefully planned stages. Pretesting is a method of checking that questions work as intended and are understood by those individuals who are likely to respond to them. However, detailed reports of appropriate methods to unde...
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There is a growing need to assess the psychological outcomes of exercise referral and the National Institute of Health and Care Excellence has called for the routine assessment of life-quality. However, a quality of life scale specific to the requirements of exercise referral is currently unavailable. Therefore, the aim of this study was to produce...
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This chapter aims to review the current recommendations for physical activity for adults and the initiatives that have been developed to assist individuals in meeting them. The challenges of evaluating physical activity and exercise initiatives are discussed with considerations for the future development of exercise interventions, their evaluation...
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Motivational Interviewing (MI) was initially developed as a useful method to help individuals change problem drinking behaviour. Historically, MI has an impressive history in helping individuals to change various addictive behaviours. However, since the 1990's, MI has developed an increasingly diverse profile with positive trials of MI being docume...
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To explore the feasibility and ideal content of a theoretical and psychological skills informed behavior change training programme for healthcare staff working with people diagnosed with a DFU. To assess the provisional impact of a theoretical and psychological skills based consultation vs. usual consult on the adherence to physical activity limitations (and additional outcomes) for patients diagnosed with a DFU.