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Dr Katie 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.

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  • Activity Interference in Patient’s with Sjögren’s Syndrome: A Cross-Sectional Study of 149 Patients in the UK, Schoon, H., Slack, E., Pearce, M., Ng, W., Hackett, K. 30 Jan 2022, In: Rheumatology
  • Co-designed or evidenced based? Developing digital self-management interventions for long-term conditions, McCallum, C., Campbell, M., Hackett, K., Vines, J. 19 Sep 2022, Designing Interventions to Address Complex Societal Issues, London, Taylor & Francis
  • Exploring potential for occupational therapy practice models within areas of social deprivation: a qualitative inquiry within a community-centred food cooperative, Adams, R., Atkin, H., Lee, R., Hackett, S., Hackett, K. 15 Mar 2022, In: British Journal of Occupational Therapy
  • P284 Evaluation of a self-management smartphone app for those living with Sjögren’s syndrome: a fully remote randomised pilot and feasibility trial, McCallum, C., Asadzadeh Birjandi, P., Pakpahan, E., Campbell, M., Vines, J., McCay, K., McColl, E., Hackett, K. 1 May 2022, In: Rheumatology
  • Conceptualizing the benefits of a group exercise program developed for those with chronic fatigue: a mixed methods clinical evaluation, Strassheim, V., Deary, V., Webster, D., Douglas, J., Newton, J., Hackett, K. 27 Feb 2021, In: Disability and Rehabilitation
  • Identifying Occupational Therapy Research Priorities in Trinidad and Tobago: A Group Concept Mapping Study, Murray-Mendes, S., Martinez, A., Hackett, K. 12 Oct 2021, In: Occupational Therapy International
  • Intervention Development for Health Behavior Change: Integrating Evidence and the Perspectives of Users and Stakeholders, Currie, C., Walburn, J., Hackett, K., McCabe, R., Sniehotta, F., O'Keeffe, S., Beerlange-de Jong, N., Araujo-Soares, V. 2021, Reference Module in Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Psychology, Amsterdam, Elsevier
  • OP0258-HPR Is there a subset of patients with Sjögren’s syndrome who are more at risk for sexual dysfunction? Results from a scoping review., McCready, J., Hogg, M., Deary, V., Collins, T., Hackett, K. 19 May 2021, In: Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases
  • The management of Sjögren’s syndrome: British Society for Rheumatology guideline scope, Price, E., Alexander, A., Rauz, S., Tappuni, A., Sutcliffe, N., Bombardieri, M., Carty, S., Ciurtin , C., Crampton, B., Duncalfe , L., Fisher, B., Glennon , P., Hackett, K., Larkin, G., Ng, W., Ramanan , A., Rassam, S., Walsh , S., Bowman, S. 1 May 2021, In: Rheumatology
  • The Social Practices of Food Bank Volunteer Work, Lee, R., Coulson, C., Hackett, K. 18 Nov 2021, In: Social Policy and Society

Jemma McCready The impact of Sjögren’s syndrome on sexual functioning and intimate relationships: development of management recommendations Start Date: 01/10/2018

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


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