Launch of MyLifeTool: 23rd October 2019

Teesside University and Neuro Key have been working with people with long-term conditions to develop a new self-management tool for people with long-term conditions.  MyLifeTool is a self-management tool that people can use long-term.  It encourages people to reflect upon their journey living with a long-term condition and learn about their condition, themselves and what…

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Official launch of this website

We officially launched meaningandpurpose.co.uk at an IMACC training event at Teesside University on the 20th March. The event was opened by Professor Natasha Vall (Associate Dean for Research & Innovation, School of Social Sciences, Humanities & Law, Teesside University), who described being “touched” by the research work that has led to the development the website…

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IMACC workshop at Trust Psychology and Trust Pain Management (TP/TPM) – October 2018

Dr Lis D. Hammond delivered a workshop on clinical application of the Integrative Model of Adjustment to Chronic Conditions (IMACC) to the multidisciplinary team (MDT) from Trust Psychology and Trust Pain Management (TP/TPM). This company specialises in providing MDT assessments and interventions to adults with pain management and/or psychological needs in the North East of…

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IMACC Presentation at the 7th International Conference on Pain Research and Management, Zurich – October 2018

Dr Lis Hammond presented ‘The Integrative Model of Adjustment to Chronic Conditions; towards clinical testing and impact in chronic pain’ at the 7th International Conference on Pain Research and Management, which took place in Zurich. The talk was well received and completed an interesting range of talks from students, practitioners and experienced researchers eminent in…

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IMACC poster presentation at the BPS Division of Health Psychology Conference in Gateshead – September 2018

Dr Lis D. Hammond and Dr Stephanie Kılınç in front of the poster they presented at the BPS Division of Health Psychology Conference in Gateshead. Unfortunately, one author, Alexander Farrington, was not able to be there. The poster, entitled “Revision of the Integrative Model of Adjustment to Chronic Conditions (IMACC- R1): applicability to adult-onset epilepsy”…

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IMACC workshop at the BPS Division of Health Psychology Conference in Gateshead – September 2018

Dr Lis Hammond delivered the first of a series of workshops on clinical application of the Integrative Model of Adjustment to Chronic Conditions (IMACC) at the BPS Division of Health Psychology Conference which took place at Hilton Newcastle Gateshead. The audience included health psychology researchers and practitioners. The same workshop will be offered for free…

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