Mrs Lucy Cartwright
Profiles

Mrs Lucy Cartwright

Researcher in Residence (RIR) – PARC

Faculty of Health

Biography

Biography

Qualifications

MSc (Dist., Dean's Commendation), Applied Health Services Research, University of Exeter, 2020

Counselling Diplomas Level 2 and 3, On Course South West, 2015, 2016

BSc (Hons) Psychology, The University of the West of England, 2007

Publications

Publications

Key publications

Key publications are highlighted

Journals
Articles
Lanario J, Cartwright L, Jones R, Sayers R, Hyland M & Masoli M (2022) '"Life-changing”- the experience of super-responders to biologics in severe asthma' BMC Pulmonary Medicine , DOI Open access
Cartwright L, Fullam J, Lynne C, Jones R & Nantanda R (2022) 'Perceptions of long-term impact and change following a midwife-led biomass smoke education programme for mothers in rural Uganda: a qualitative study' Rural and Remote Health 22, (1) , DOI Open access
Philip KEJ, Cartwright LL, Westlake D, Nyakoojo G, Kimuli I, Kirenga B, Brakema EA, Orme MW, Fancourt D & Hopkinson NS (2021) 'Music and dance in respiratory disease management in Uganda: a qualitative study of patient and healthcare professional perspectives' BMJ Open 11, (9) , DOI Open access
Callaghan L, Thompson TP, Creanor E, Quinn C, Senior J, Green C, Byng R, Wallace G, Sinclair J & Kane A (2019) 'Individual Health Trainers to support health and wellbeing for people under community supervision in the criminal justice system: the STRENGTHEN pilot RCT' Public Health Research , DOI Open access
Nantanda R, Buteme S, Van Kampen S, Cartwright L, Pooler J, barton A, Callaghan L, Mirembe J, Ndeezi G & Tumwine J (2019) 'Feasibility and acceptability of a midwife-led health education strategy to reduce exposure to biomass smoke among pregnant women in Uganda, A FRESH AIR project' Global Public Health , DOI Open access
Reports
Taylor AH, Thompson TP, Streeter A, Chynoweth J, Snowsill T, Ingram W, Ussher M, Aveyard P, Murray RL & Harris T Motivational support intervention to reduce smoking and increase physical activity in smokers not ready to quit: the TARS RCT. National Institute for Health and Care Research , DOI Open access