Publications & Resources
- Rushton et al (2019) A case of misalignment: the perspectives of local and national decision makers on the implementation of psychological treatment by telephone in the Improving Access to Psychological Therapies Service
- Irvine et al (2019) Are there interactional differences between telephone and face-to-face and psychological therapy? A systematic review of comparative studies.
- Rushton et al (2020) ‘I didn’t know what to expect’: exploring patient perspectives to identify targets for change to improve telephone-delivered psychological interventions.
- Faija et al (2020) What influences practitioners’ readiness to deliver psychological interventions by telephone? A qualitative study of behaviour change using the Theoretical Domains Framework.
- Irvine et al (2020) ‘So just to go through the options..’ Patient choice in the delivery of the NHS Improving Access to Psychological Therapies service.
- Faija et al (2021) ‘Enhancing the Behaviour Change Wheel with synthesis, stakeholder involvement and decision-making: a case example using the ‘Enhancing the Quality of Psychological Interventions Delivered by Telephone’ (EQUITy) research programme.
- Drew et al (2021) Telephone delivery of psychological interventions: balancing protocol with patient centred care’
- Faija et al (2022) Using routine outcome measures as clinical process
tools: Maximising the therapeutic yield in the IAPT
programme when working remotely.
- Saxon et al (2023) Telephone treatments in Improving Access
to Psychological Therapies services: an analysis of use and impact on treatment uptake.
- Faija et al (2023) Enhancing the quality of psychological interventions delivered by telephone in mental health services: increasing the likelihood of successful implementation using a theory of change.
Other Team Activities
- Our Study 2 lead, Professor Paul Drew, recently presented some the findings of our systematic review on the interactional differences between telephone and face to face therapy at the Digital Mental Health Conference 2020.