Programme Manager IBD-BOOST
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Since obtaining a BSc in Psychology from the University of York, I have worked in mental health support work for Sheffield Mind and then joined the Health and Lifestyle Research Unit at QMUL in 2017 as a Research Psychologist. At the unit I was involved in research in weight management and smoking cessation, including a Randomised Controlled Trial testing an online behavioural intervention for the prevention of relapse back to smoking. I began working at the Pragmatic Clinic Trials Unit (PCTU) in March 2019 as the Trial Coordinator for the IBD-BOOST Programme of research, and am now the Programme Manager for IBD-BOOST within the Wolfson Institute of Population Health (WIPH) Centre for Evaluation and Methods. I am currently overseeing the day-to-day running and overall management of the BOOST programme, and am also a trained facilitator for the IBD-BOOST Trial online CBT-based intervention. Additionally, I am now leading the PCTU Wellbeing Committee and am a member of the WIPH Equality, Diversity and Inclusion sub-group.
Research and programme management, with a focus on psychology and mental health/wellbeing, cognitive behavioural and self-management interventions, and inflammatory bowel disease. Also improving methodology, the development and testing of study databases, and increasing the inclusivity of research and diversity of patient populations
Norton, C., Syred, J., Kerry, S., ..., Miller, L., ..., Moss-Morris, R. Supported online self-management versus care as usual for symptoms of fatigue, pain and urgency/incontinence in adults with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD-BOOST): study protocol for a randomised controlled trial. Trials 22, 516 (2021).