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I am a Clinical Psychologist and Qualitative Researcher with an established track record of peer-reviewed publication focused on the lived experience of those with chronic health difficulties and intellectual disabilities; in the context of ‘spoilt identity’, marginalisation and discrimination.
I am pursuing three research strands through grant applications, my own study and trainee projects
Understanding those with marginalised health conditions and improving quality of care
- Doctoral supervision: How do older Black African women living in the UK experience and make sense of living with HIV?
- Life after infertility: A grounded theory of moving on from unsuccessful infertility treatment.
- A Grounded Theory study of parents’ adjustment after the birth of their child with a facial birthmark.
- In preparation: NIHR Research for Patient Benefit application: The development of a personalised pain measure for those with sickle cell disease.
- Founding member of the University of Hertfordshire Psycho-Haematology Research Unit.
- The Ethics and values of Clinical Psychologists
- Doctoral supervision: The integration of personal and professional ethical decision making constructs in trainee clinical psychologists.
- How do clinical psychologists identify and make decisions around ethical dilemmas: a grounded theory study.
- From Hell to Utopia: How clinical psychologists who don't believe in freewill, experience delivering therapy.
- People with learning disabilities: living within a complex system.
- Doctoral supervision: How people with Intellectual Disabilities experience transitions under the Transforming Care Programme: a grounded theory study.
Design, deliver and tutor the taught course of research on the DClinPsy programme- approx. 20 lectures per academic year.
Design, organise/ deliver the Intellectual Disabilities Module on the DClinPsy course.
Problem Based Learning small group tutor.
Academic Tutor to four DClinPsy Trainees.
Internal Examiner for DClinPsy theses, 2 per year.
Mark research, clinical and academic assignments on DClinPsy course.
Invited to teach at Canterbury Christ Church University DClinPsy course on ‘Ethics and Philosophy’ and Leicester University DClinPsy course on ‘Grounded Theory’.
Invited to address new nurses conference at The Whittington Hospital NHS Foundation Trust on ‘Working with those with Sickle Cell Disease’ and ‘Pain in those with Sickle Cell Disease’.
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‘It’s not in my job description’: An exploration of trainee clinical psychologists’ attitudes towards research and perceptions of DClinPsy research cultureDodzro, R., Heath, J., Ellis-Caird, H. & Kingston, R., Jul 2023, In: Clinical Psychology Forum. 366, p. 20-31
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-reviewOpen Access
“It was really good, she sort of took some words what happened, like what I would say”: Adapting dyadic interview techniques to capture the stories of marginalised voices in researchHead, A., Ellis-Caird, H., Rhodes, L. & Mengoni, S., 1 Mar 2021, In: Qualitative Methods in Psychology Bulletin. 31
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile34 Downloads (Pure)
Grace, B., Wainwright, T., Solomons, W., Camden, J. & Ellis-Caird, H., 1 Dec 2020, In: Clinical Ethics. 15, 4, p. 213-224 12 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-review
Ellis-Caird, H., Nov 2020, In: Clinical Psychology Forum. 2020, 335, p. 9-12 4 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Comment/debate › peer-review2 Citations (Scopus)
Jenkin, A. C., Ellis-Caird, H. & Winter, D. A., 3 Nov 2019, (E-pub ahead of print) In: Ethics and Behavior. 12 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-review1 Citation (Scopus)