Psychological factors affecting recovery from surgery. [Generic]
Clinical Research Reviews 1, 55-56.
Improving diabetes control using psychological techniques [Diabetes]
Biological Psychology 12.
Perceived control and the experience of childbirth. [Beliefs/Cognition]
British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 21, 263-269. View article here.
Initial report of a feasibility study of the introduction of continuous subcutaneous insulin infusion in a diabetic clinic. [Diabetes]
Diabetologia, 23, 10.
The use of psychological techniques in the management of diabetes mellitus. [Diabetes]
Bulletin of the British Psychological Society, 35, A22.
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Psychophysiological aspects of the management of diabetes mellitus. [Diabetes]
International Journal of Mental Health, 11, 117-132.
Production and evaluation of a video cassette programme for diabetes education. [Diabetes]
Diabetes, 32, 121A.
An examination of the possibilities of continuous blood glucose monitoring with minimal blood sampling. [Diabetes]
Diabetes, 32, 171A.
Evaluation of the use of relaxation techniques in the management of insulin requiring diabetes mellitus. [Diabetes]
Biological Psychology, 14.
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