I am a Doctoral Researcher investigating the impact of social media on patterns of end-of-life and bereavement behaviour and also work assisting lectures for the BSc Psychology course. My other research roles focus upon the experience of living with chronic illnesses. I am an ongoing member of the Fibromyalgia research team at Hallam, and have previous experience working with people with cystic fibrosis. This research forms the basis of my training to become an HCPC-registered Health Psychologist.
My roles at Sheffield Hallam University are Doctoral Researcher, Demonstrator, Trainee Health Psychologist and Research Associate.
Quantitative and Qualitative Research Methods
FURNESS, Penny, VOGT, Katharina, ASHE, Simon, TAYLOR, Sophie, HAYWOOD-SMALL, Sarah and LAWSON, Kim (2018). What causes Fibromyalgia? An online survey of patient perspectives. Health Psychology Open, 5 (2).
ASHE, Simon, FURNESS, Penny, TAYLOR, Sophie, HAYWOOD-SMALL, Sarah and LAWSON, Kim (2017). A qualitative exploration of the experiences of living with and being treated for fibromyalgia. Health Psychology Open, 4 (2), 1-12.
ASHE, Simon, FURNESS, Penny, TAYLOR, Sophie, HAYWOOD-SMALL, Sarah and LAWSON, Kim (2016). "Not all in my head": a qualitative exploration of living with fibromyalgia and its treatments (Oral presentation). The European Health Psychologist, 18 (Supp), p. 695.
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