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Dr Faith Martin

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Faith is an Honorary Research Fellow at the Applied Research Centre of Health and Lifestyle Interventions, having worked there as a Research Fellow from 2009 until 2011.Faith has developed and evaluating self-management interventions for survivors of cancer and people living with dementia.

She previously worked researching the public’s awareness of cancer and completed a PhD exploring quality of life in Thailand.

Faith is a Chartered Psychologist, a Registered Health Psychologist and a Clinical Psychologist in Training.

 

Journal articles

Martin et al. Qualitative Evaluation of a Self-Management Intervention for People in the Early Stage of Dementia.(2013. Accepted for Publication.   Dementia: The International Journal of Social Research and Practice. 

Martin, F., Turner, A., Bourne, C. & Batehup, L. (2013) Development and Qualitative Evaluation of a Self-Management Workshop for Testicular Cancer Survivor–Initiated Follow-Up. Oncology Nursing Forum. 40:1:14-23. DOI:10.1188/13.ONF.E14-E23

Martin, F., Turner, A., Wallace, L.M. & Bradbury, N (2012) Conceptualising Self-Management Interventions for People with Early Stage Dementia. European Journal of Ageing Online First: DOI: 10.1007/s10433-012-0253-5

Schulman-Green, D., Jaser, S., Martin, F., Alonzo, A., Grey, M., McCorkle, R., Redeker, N., Reynolds, N. & Whittemore, R. (2012) Processes of Self-Management in Chronic Illness. Journal of Nursing Scholarship 44:2:136-144

Martin, F., Turner, A., Wallace, L.M., Choudhry, K.& Bradbury, N. (2012) Perceived Barriers to Self-Management for People with Dementia in the Early Stages. Dementia: The International Journal of Social Research and Practice  Online First: DOI: 10.1177/1471301211434677

Martin, F. (2012) Perceptions of Links between Quality of Life Areas: Implications for Measurement and Practice. Social Indicators Research. 106:1:95-107

Martin F., Caramlau I., Sutcliffe P., Martin S., Baxter A., Bayley J., & Choudhry K. (2010) Self-management interventions for people living with HIV/AIDS: Protocol. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews Martin, F., Rodham, K., Camfield, L. & Ruta, D. (2010) Reliability and Validity of the Thai “Global PersonGenerated Index”, an Individualised Measure of Quality of Life. Applied Research in Quality of Life. 5:3:219-232

 Austoker, J., Bankhead, C., Forbes, L., Atkins, L., Martin, F., Robb, K., Wardle, J. & Ramirez, A.J. (2009) Interventions to Increase Cancer Awareness and Promote Early Presentation: Systematic Review. British Journal of Cancer 3:101(S2): S31-39

Woodcock, A., Camfield, L., McGregor, A. & Martin, F. (2009) Validation of the WeDQoL-Goals-Thailand Measures: Culture-specific Individualised Quality of Life. Social Indicators Research 94:1:135-171

Martin, F. ,Camfield, L., Rodham, K, Kliempt, P. & Ruta, D. (2007) Twelve Years’ Experience with the Patient Generated Index (PGI) of Quality of Life: A Graded Structured Review. Quality of Life Research 16:4:705 – 715

Book sections and reports

Martin, F. (in press) Global Person Generated Index. In Michalos (Ed) Encyclopedia of Quality of Life Research. New York: Springer.

Bourne, C., Turner, A., Bradbury, N., Martin, F. & Wallace, L.M. (2012) Refinement and Process Evaluation of a Novel Self-Management Programme for People in the Early Stages of Dementia. Final Report. West Midlands (South) Health Innovation Cluster.

Reynolds, N., Martin, F., Nanyonga, R. & Alonzo, A. (2012) Chapter 19: Self-Regulation: The commonsense model of illness representation. In Rice G. (Ed) Handbook of Stress, Coping and Health: Implications for Nursing Research, Theory and Practice. 465-483. London: Sage Publications

Martin, F., Camfield, L. & Ruta, D. (2009) The Global Person Generated Index in Preedy, V.R. & Watson, R. R. (Eds) Handbook of Disease Burdens and Quality of Life Measures. New York: Springer. pp 59-72

Martin, F. (2008) Psychology, Religion and Development: A Literature Review. Working paper for “Religion and Development” Research Group, University of Birmingham, funded by the Department for International Development.

Selected Conference Presentations

Bourne C, Martin F, Turner A The Aftercare Needs of Testicular Cancer Survivors. Midlands Health Psychology Network, 9th Annual Conference. 14th February 2013

Turner A, Bourne C, McHattie D, Martin F, Jesuthasan J, Davies N, Surendranath S & Cooper L (2012) A positive psychological group self-management support programme for cancer survivors. Poster presentation. British Psychosocial Oncology Society Conference January 19, 2012

Martin F, Bourne C & Turner, A. Qualitative evaluation of a novel, systematically developed self-management intervention for people living with dementia.  UK Dementia Congress, Liverpool, November 1st – 3rd, 2011

Bourne C, Martin F, Turner A, Batehup L, Jesuthasan (2011) Development of a Self-Management Intervention for Survivors of Testicular Cancer Using Antecedent Target Measurement. European Health Psychology Society Conference, September 2011, Crete

Martin F, Dennis N, Turner A,  McHattie D, Cooper L,  Surendranath S (2010) Using Patient Generated Ideas to Develop a Self-Management Intervention for Cancer. Arden Cancer Network Conference, Kenilworth, November 12th 2010.

Martin F, Jesuthasan J, Turner A, McHattie D,Heaton J,  Bradbury N & Wallace L (2010) Process Evaluation of a Self-Management Intervention for People with Early Dementia. Poster presented at the UK Society for Behavioural Medicine Conference, University of Leeds 14-15th December 2010

Martin F, Dennis N, Turner A, McHattie D, Davies N, Batehup L (2010) Using Patient Generated Ideas to Develop a Self-Management Intervention for Breast Cancer. Poster presented at the Arden Cancer Network Conference, Kenilworth, 12th November 2010

Martin F, Turner A, McHattie D & Surendranath S. (2010) Systematic Development of a General Self-Management Intervention for Survivors of Cancer. Poster presented at International Conference on Support for Self Management of Health, University of Stirling, Scotland May 11th – 13th 2010

Martin F, Turner  A, McHattie D & Batehup L (2010) Developing a Self-Management Intervention for Survivors of Breast Cancer. Poster presented at International Conference on Support for Self Management of Health, University of Stirling, Scotland May 11th – 13th 2010

Martin F, Choudhry K, Turner A, Wallace L (2009) Content Analysis of Barriers to Self-Management for People with Early Stage Dementia at the UK Society for Behavioural Medicine Conference, University of Southampton 14-15th December 2009.

Martin F, Turner A, Wallace L, Bradbury N (2009) Developing a Self-Management Intervention for People with Early Stage Dementia at the UK Society for Behavioural Medicine Conference, University of Southampton 14-15th December 2009.

Martin F, Turner A, Wallace L, Bradbury N (2009) Investigating Why People Living with Dementia are Not Encouraged to Self-Manage, European Health Psychology Society Conference, Pisa, September 2009