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Professor Vincent Deary

Professor

Department: Psychology

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Vincent is a writer, researcher, and practitioner health psychologist. He started his academic career fairly late in life, completing his Medical Research Council (MRC) Fellowship funded PhD in 2011. Prior to this he worked mainly as a Cognitive Behavioural Therapist with an interest in researching new interventions. Thanks to the MRC funding, he made the transition from clinician to clinical academic and continues to focus on the development and trialling of new interventions for a variety of health complaints. He still works clinically one morning a week in the UK’s first trans-diagnostic fatigue clinic. When he was 50 he published his first book, How We Are. This is the first part of the How To Live trilogy, published by Penguin Press. These books bring together his clinical and academic interests, along with his interest in philosophy, literature and popular culture, to paint a portrait of human life, suffering and well-being.

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  • A Smartphone App to Support Self-Management for People Living With Sjögren's Syndrome: Qualitative Co-Design Workshops, McCallum, C., Campbell, M., Vines, J., Rapley, T., Ellis, J., Deary, V., Hackett, K. 17 Apr 2024, In: JMIR Human Factors
  • Effectiveness of a symptom-clinic intervention delivered by general practitioners with an extended role for people with multiple and persistent physical symptoms in England: the Multiple Symptoms Study 3 pragmatic, multicentre, parallel-group, individually randomised controlled trial, Burton, C., Mooney, C., Sutton, L., White, D., Dawson, J., Neilson, A., Rowlands, G., Thomas, S., Horspool, M., Fryer, K., Greco, M., Sanders, T., Thomas, R., Cooper, C., Turton, E., Waheed, W., Woodward, J., Mallender, E., Deary, V. 15 Jun 2024, In: The Lancet
  • Explanation for symptoms and biographical repair in a clinic for persistent physical symptoms, Sanders, T., Fryer, K., Greco, M., Mooney, C., Deary, V., Burton, C. 1 Jun 2024, In: SSM - Qualitative Research in Health
  • Life after meningitis: A qualitative study exploring survivors' experience of living with sequelae, Balint, C., Deary, V., Rodrigues, A. 1 Jul 2024, In: Psychology & Health
  • Think Drink: Feasibility trial of a multicomponent hydration care intervention for people living with dementia in care homes, Cook, G., Hodgson, P., Deary, V. 28 May 2024, In: Clinical Nutrition Open Science
  • A qualitative exploration of internet forum discussions surrounding female sexual function for individuals with Sjögren’s syndrome, McCready, J., McCarty, K., Deary, V., Collins, T., Hackett, K. 8 Sep 2023, In: PLoS One
  • Coping strategies, illness perceptions, and relationship dynamics contribute to female sexual function and sexual distress in Sjogren's syndrome, McCready, J., Deary, V., Collins, T., Lendrem, D., Hackett, K. 1 Jun 2023, In: Journal of Sexual Medicine
  • I-eAT, a consortium addressing gastronomic solutions for altered taste: A research and development manifesto, Burges Watson, D., Giboreau, A., Coveney, J., Kelly, C., Bensafi, M., Braud, A., Bruyas, A., Carrouel, F., Cartner, H., Cunha, L., Deary, V., Dougkas, A., Monteleone, E., Mourier, V., Singer, P., Spinelli, S. 1 Feb 2023, In: Clinical Nutrition Open Science
  • Recognition, explanation, action, learning: Teaching and delivery of a consultation model for persistent physical symptoms, Fryer, K., Sanders, T., Greco, M., Mooney, C., Deary, V., Burton, C. 1 Oct 2023, In: Patient Education and Counseling
  • 'Talking with Food': The First Application of a Novel Methodology (Food Play) to Explore Eating Experience for People Living with Sjogren's Syndrome., Cartner, H., Deary, V., Burges Watson, D., Rapley, T., Campbell, M., Hackett, K., Storey, S. 15 Sep 2023, Altered Taste International Symposium: 3rd Edition 2023

  • Miglena Campbell Systematic Development of a Complex Intervention for Weight Cycling Start Date: 01/10/2013 End Date: 24/05/2017
  • Amy Allan What is the impact of the Academic Health Sciences Network North East North Cumbria (AHSN NENC) in the North of England? Start Date: 01/09/2020
  • Zoe Gotts The Role of Sleep in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Start Date: 01/04/2011 End Date: 17/09/2014

  • PhD August 01 2010
  • Psychology MSc September 01 1999
  • Information not provided British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy (BABCP) 1995


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