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Hire Dr. Hannah B.
United Kingdom
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Profile Summary
Subject Matter Expertise
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Work Experience

Research Fellow

University of Southampton

November 2016 - Present

Teaching Associate

Royal Holloway University of London

September 2013 - December 2016

Senior Research Administrator

Royal Holloway University of London

October 2015 - October 2016

Education

PhD Psychology

Royal Holloway University of London

October 2013 - July 2017

BSc (hons) Psychology

Royal Holloway University of London

October 2010 - July 2013

Certifications
  • Certification details not provided.
Publications
JOURNAL ARTICLE
Hannah M Bowers, Tony Kendrick, Marta Glowacka, Samantha Williams, Geraldine Leydon, Carl May, Chris Dowrick, Joanna Moncrieff, Rebecca Laine, Yvonne Nestoriuc, et al.(2020). Supporting antidepressant discontinuation: the development and optimisation of a digital intervention for patients in UK primary care using a theory, evidence and person-based approach . BMJ Open. 10. (3). p. e032312. {BMJ}
Hannah M Bowers, Samantha J Williams, Adam W A Geraghty, Emma Maund, Wendy O’brien, Geraldine Leydon, Carl R May, Tony Kendrick(2019). Helping people discontinue long-term antidepressants: views of health professionals in UK primary care . BMJ Open. 9. (7). p. e027837. {BMJ}
Abigail L. Wroe, Hannah M. Bowers(2019). Beliefs about sharing illness experiences: Development of a scale and relationship with symptoms of fibromyalgia . British Journal of Health Psychology. 24. (3). p. 687--703. Wiley
Hannah Bowers, Emma Maund, Rachel Dewar-Haggart, Samantha Williams, Adam W.A. Geraghty, Geraldine Leydon, Carl May, Sarah Dawson, Tony Kendrick(2019). Barriers and facilitators to discontinuing antidepressant use: A systematic review and thematic synthesis . Journal of Affective Disorders. 245. p. 38--62. Elsevier {BV}
Hannah M Bowers, Tamar Pincus, Gareth Jones, Abigail L Wroe(2019). Investigating the role of beliefs about emotions, emotional suppression and distress within a pain management programme for fibromyalgia . British Journal of Pain. 13. (2). p. 112--120. {SAGE} Publications
H.M. Bowers, A.L. Wroe(2018). Changing Beliefs About Emotions in IBS: A Single Case Design . Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy. 47. (3). p. 303--317. Cambridge University Press ({CUP})
Hannah Bowers, Abigail L. Wroe, Tamar Pincus(2017). ‘Isn’t it ironic?’ Beliefs about the unacceptability of emotions and emotional suppression relate to worse outcomes in fibromyalgia . Clinical Rheumatology. 36. (5). p. 1121--1128. Springer Science and Business Media {LLC}
Probyn, K., Bowers, H., Caldwell, F., Mistry, D., Underwood, M., Matharu, M., ... & CHESS Team. (2017). Prognostic factors for chronic headache A systematic review. Neurology, 89(3), 291-301.
Bowers, H., Wroe, A. L., & Pincus, T. (2017). ‘Isn’t it ironic?’Beliefs about the unacceptability of emotions and emotional suppression relate to worse outcomes in fibromyalgia. Clinical rheumatology, 36(5), 1121-1128.
Bowers, H., Wroe, A., & Pincus, T. (2017). The relationship between beliefs about emotions and quality of life in irritable bowel syndrome. Psychology, health & medicine, 22(10), 1203-1209.
Probyn, K., Bowers, H., Mistry, D., Caldwell, F., Underwood, M., Patel, S., ... & Pincus, T. (2017). Non-pharmacological self-management for people living with migraine or tension-type headache: a systematic review including analysis of intervention components. BMJ open, 7(8), e016670.
Bowers, H., & Wroe, A. (2016). Beliefs about emotions mediate the relationship between emotional suppression and quality of life in irritable bowel syndrome. Journal of Mental Health, 25(2), 154-158.