Miss Laura Lamming - Research Assistant
Laura graduated from Nottingham University in 2007 with a BSc in Psychology. She joined the General Practice and Primary Care Research Unit in December 2008 as a Research Assistant working on studies involving implementation intentions and medication adherence. Laura is also interested in examining the effects of visual saliency on prospective memory.
Current projects Laura is involved in include development and application of a coding framework for in-depth post-hoc quality and fidelity assessment of a consultation-based intervention (Support and Advice for Medication Study, SAMS) as well as a programme of work which began in January 2011 to develop and evaluate very brief interventions to increase physical activty in primary care (VBI programme.)
UK Society for Behavioural Medicine 6th Annual Scientific Meeting, December 2010, Leeds: "Development of a tool to assess delivery and receipt of a medication adherence intervention (SAMS)"
26th Conference of the European Health Psychology Society, August 2012, Prague: "Very brief interventions to increase physical activity: a systematic review of reviews"
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