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Dr

Charlotte Boichat

  • Postdoctoral Research Assistant
  • Email: c.boichat@bathspa.ac.uk
  • School or Department: CoLA - Culture and Environment
  • Campus: Newton Park
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Personal statement

Charlotte is a Postdoctoral Research Assistant working on an ESRC funded research project with Dr Jermaine Ravalier in the Psychology Department, which will be looking into the health and well-being of NHS employees.

Charlotte’s MSc was in Health Psychology and her PhD focused on psychological and cognitive factors relating to pain. Following her PhD she has been involved in research investigating treatment for pain in the community and GP opioid prescribing practices.

Academic qualifications

  • PhD - University of Bath
  • MSc - University of Bath
  • BSc (Hons) - University of Hull

Other external roles

  • Reviewer - PAIN, the Journal of Pain, Clinical Journal of Pain, the British Journal of Health Psychology, PLOS ONE, and Health, Psychology and Medicine.

Areas of expertise

  • Psychological constructs relating to pain
  • Attentional bias to pain.

Research and academic outputs

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Competing patient and professional agendas in service development
article

Wainwright, D, Boichat, C and McCracken, L.M (2014) 'Competing patient and professional agendas in service development.' Journal of Health Organization and Management, 28 (6). pp. 777-794. ISSN 1477-7266


Using the nominal group technique to engage people with chronic pain in health service development
article

Wainwright, D, Boichat, C and McCracken, L.M (2014) 'Using the nominal group technique to engage people with chronic pain in health service development.' The International Journal of Health Planning and Management, 29 (1). pp. 52-69. ISSN 0749-6753


The role of psychological flexibility in rheumatoid arthritis: a preliminary cross-sectional analysis of processes and treatment feasibility
article

McCracken, L.M, Boichat, C and Rosser, B.A (2012) 'The role of psychological flexibility in rheumatoid arthritis: a preliminary cross-sectional analysis of processes and treatment feasibility.' Journal of Pain Management, 5 (3). pp. 261-272. ISSN 1939-5914


Training for General Practitioners in opioid prescribing for chronic pain Based on practice guidelines: a randomized pilot and feasibility trial
article

McCracken, L.M, Boichat, C and Eccleston, C (2012) 'Training for General Practitioners in opioid prescribing for chronic pain Based on practice guidelines: a randomized pilot and feasibility trial.' The Journal of Pain, 13 (1). pp. 32-40. ISSN 15265900


Concerns about medication and medication adherence in patients with chronic pain recruited from general practice
article

Rosser, B.A, McCracken, L.M, Velleman, S.C, Boichat, C and Eccleston, C (2011) 'Concerns about medication and medication adherence in patients with chronic pain recruited from general practice.' PAIN, 152 (5). pp. 1201-1205. ISSN 0304-3959


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