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Dr Kate Hackett

Associate Professor

Department: Social Work, Education and Community Wellbeing

My research is focused around the development and evaluation of complex interventions in chronic disease. I use a variety of research methods; qualitative, quantitative, systematic reviews  and mixed methods, such as group concept mapping. I have a particular interest in fatigue and autoimmune disease.

Qualifications

  • PhD June 02 2017
  • Health and Social Research MSc October 01 2009
  • BSc(Hons) Occupational Therapy 1993

Key Publications

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • A two-phase cohort study of the sleep phenotype within primary Sjögren’s syndrome and its clinical correlates, Lewis, I., Hackett, K., Ng, W., Ellis, J., Newton, J. 31 Jan 2019, In: Clinical and Experimental Rheumatology
  • Conceptualizing the benefits of a group exercise program developed for those with chronic fatigue, Strassheim, V., Deary, V., Webster, D., Douglas, J., Newton, J., Hackett, K. 9 Jul 2019, In: Disability and Rehabilitation
  • Managing fatigue in patients with primary Sjögren's syndrome, Miyamoto, S., Lendrem, D., Ng, W., Hackett, K., Valim, V. 24 Apr 2019, In: Open Access Rheumatology: Research and Reviews
  • Modelling logical intervention pathways through a stakeholder authored concept map to design complex interventions aimed at improving participation for people with Sjögren’s syndrome, Hackett, K., Kolehmainen, N., Deary, V., Deane, K., Newton, J., McCallum, C., Campbell, M., Ng, W., Rapley, T. 12 Apr 2019
  • Pain and depression are associated with both physical and mental fatigue independently of comorbidities and medications in primary Sjögren's syndrome, Hackett, K., Davies, K., Tarn, J., Bragg, R., Hargreaves, B., Miyamoto, S., Mitchell, S., McMeekin, P., Bowman, S., Price, E., Pease, C., Emery, P., Lanyon, P., Hunter, J., Gupta, M., Bombardieri, M., Sutcliffe, N., Pitzalis, C., McLaren, J., Cooper, A., Regan, M., Giles, I., Isenberg, D., Vadivelu, S., Coady, D., Dasgupta, B., McHugh, N., Young-Min, S., Moots, R., Gendi, N., Akil, M., Griffiths, B., Lendrem, D., Ng, W. 24 Apr 2019, In: RMD Open
  • Symptom-based stratification of patients with primary Sjögren's syndrome, Tarn, J., Howard-Tripp, N., Lendrem, D., Mariette, X., Saraux, A., Devauchelle-Pensec, V., Seror, R., Skelton, A., James, K., McMeekin, P., Al-Ali, S., Hackett, K., Lendrem, B., Hargreaves, B., Casement, J., Mitchell, S., Bowman, S., Price, E., Pease, C., Emery, P., Lanyon, P., Hunter, J., Gupta, M., Bombardieri, M., Sutcliffe, N., Pitzalis, C., McLaren, J., Cooper, A., Regan, M., Giles, I., Isenberg, D., Saravanan, V., Coady, D., Dasgupta, B., McHugh, N., Young-Min, S., Moots, R., Gendi, N., Akil, M., Griffiths, B., Johnsen, S., Norheim, K., Omdal, R., Stocken, D., Everett, C., Fernandez, C., Isaacs, J., Gottenberg, J. 1 Oct 2019, In: Lancet Rheumatology
  • Experience of sleep disruption in primary Sjögren’s syndrome: A focus group study, Hackett, K., Deary, V., Deane, K., Newton, J., Ng, W., Rapley, T. 1 Apr 2018, In: British Journal of Occupational Therapy
  • Gene networks describe symptom based phenotypes in primary Sjogren's syndrome, Lendrem, D., Tarn, J., Howard Tripp, N., McMeekin, P., Skelton, A., James, K., Gillespie, C., Al-Ali, S., Hackett, K., Lendrem, C., Hargreaves, B., Casement, J., Mitchell, S., Bowman, S., Price, E., Pease, C., Emery, P., Lanyon, P., Hunter, J., Gupta, M., Bombardieri, M., Sutcliffe, N., Pitzalis, C., McLaren, J., Cooper, A., Regan, M., Giles, I., Isenberg, D., Vadivelu, S., Coady, D., Dasgupta, B., McHugh, N., Young-Min, S., Moots, R., Gendi, N., Akil, M., Griffiths, B., Isaacs, J., Ng, W. 27 Aug 2018, In: Clinical and Experimental Rheumatology
  • i132 Managing fatigue in Sjögren’s syndrome, Hackett, K. 1 Apr 2018, In: Rheumatology
  • Improvement in fatigue following a multidisciplinary, biopsychosocial intervention: data from 50 primary Sjögren’s syndrome patients, Hackett, K., Davies, K., Lendrem, D., Hargreaves, B., Ng, W., Newton, J. 27 Aug 2018, In: Clinical and Experimental Rheumatology

PGR Supervision

Jemma McCready Start: 01/10/2018


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