Ainslea Cross


NameAinslea Cross
Job titleAcademic Lead - Psychology
Research instituteCollege of Health, Psychology and Social Care

Research outputs

An integrative systematic review of creative arts interventions for older informal caregivers of people with neurological conditions

Irons, J Yoon, Garip, Gulcan, Cross, Ainslea J, Sheffield, David and Bird, Jamie 2020. An integrative systematic review of creative arts interventions for older informal caregivers of people with neurological conditions. PLos ONE. 15 (12), p. e0243461. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0243461

Roles and responsibilities in integrated care for dementia.

Robertshaw, D. and Cross, Ainslea 2019. Roles and responsibilities in integrated care for dementia. Journal of Integrated Care. https://doi.org/10.1108/JICA-05-2018-0037

Mental contrasting for health behaviour change: a systematic review and meta-analysis of effects and moderator variables

Cross, Ainslea and Sheffield, David 2019. Mental contrasting for health behaviour change: a systematic review and meta-analysis of effects and moderator variables. Health Psychology Review. https://doi.org/10.1080/17437199.2019.1594332

Raising the profile of health psychology training, consultancy and practice issues through the new Health Psychology Update sub-section.

Cross, Ainslea and Sheffield, David 2019. Raising the profile of health psychology training, consultancy and practice issues through the new Health Psychology Update sub-section. Health Psychology Update.

'A new normal with chemobrain': Experiences of the impact of chemotherapy-related cognitive deficits in long-term breast cancer survivors

Cross, Ainslea and Baraniak, Amy 2019. 'A new normal with chemobrain': Experiences of the impact of chemotherapy-related cognitive deficits in long-term breast cancer survivors. Health Psychology Open. https://doi.org/10.1177/2055102919832234

The psychosocial impact of caregiving in dementia and quality of life: a systematic review and meta-synthesis of qualitative research.

Cross, Ainslea, Garip, Gulcan and Sheffield, David 2018. The psychosocial impact of caregiving in dementia and quality of life: a systematic review and meta-synthesis of qualitative research. psychology and health. https://doi.org/10.1080/08870446.2018.1496250

Forget cancer, let's MOVE: a behaviour change support model for physical activity for young people during and after cancer

Cross, Ainslea, Sheffield, David and Elander, James 2017. Forget cancer, let's MOVE: a behaviour change support model for physical activity for young people during and after cancer. Health Psychology Update.

Setting up and initiating patient public involvement (PPI) as a collaborative process benefits research in its early stages

Varkonyi-Sep, Judit, Cross, Ainslea and Howarth, Peter 2017. Setting up and initiating patient public involvement (PPI) as a collaborative process benefits research in its early stages. Health Psychology Update.

Experiences of integrated care for dementia from family and carer perspectives: A framework analysis of massive open online course discussion board posts

Robertshaw, D. and Cross, Ainslea 2017. Experiences of integrated care for dementia from family and carer perspectives: A framework analysis of massive open online course discussion board posts. Dementia. https://doi.org/10.1177/1471301217719991

Mental contrasting as a behaviour change technique: a systematic review protocol paper of effects, mediators and moderators on health

Cross, Ainslea and Sheffield, David 2016. Mental contrasting as a behaviour change technique: a systematic review protocol paper of effects, mediators and moderators on health. Biomed Central. https://doi.org/10.1186/s13643-016-0382-6

Co-constructed dyadic illness experience in the discourse of couples living with severe uncontrolled asthma

Varkonyi-Sep, Judit, Cross, Ainslea and Howarth, Peter 2016. Co-constructed dyadic illness experience in the discourse of couples living with severe uncontrolled asthma. European Psychology Society.

The impact of patient participation direct enhanced service on patient reference groups in primary care: a qualitative study.

Pollard, Lorraine, Agarwal, Shona, Harrad, Fawn, Lester, Louise, Cross, Ainslea, Wray, Paula, Smith, Gordon, Locke, Anthony and Sinfield, Paul 2014. The impact of patient participation direct enhanced service on patient reference groups in primary care: a qualitative study. Quality in primary care.
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