Dr Jilly Gibson-Miller
BSc Hons Psychology (University of Liverpool), MSc Health Psychology (University College London), PhD (University of Sheffield), PGDip Integrative Psychotherapy (University of Derby)
I am a Registered Health Psychologist (HCPC) and Psychotherapist (MBACP). My research interests lie in behaviour change, the processes of self-regulation, and public health issues that involve risk behaviour, including eating, exercise, sexual health and alcohol use. Along with professionals from a range of health-related disciplines, I have designed and delivered behaviour change interventions for a range of participants and patient groups in clinical and field settings; these interventions utilise psychologically-based strategies to promote behaviour change. I am particularly interested in the application and translation of the evidence-base to practice and am always keen to forge relationships with academics, educators and health professionals, across disciplines, to strengthen the links between research and practice.
- Sheffield Undergraduate Research Programme (SURE), University of Sheffield. "Dentists’ attitudes about their role in addressing obesity in patients: A survey" 6-week student internship: June-July 2016. £1,080
- Sax Institute. Webb, Norman, Millings, Martin, Benn. "A rapid review of behaviour change techniques in interventions designed to promote healthy weight and support parents" August 2015. $21,000.
- On CampUS Placements, University of Sheffield. "Putting the brain into health psychology: What can Neuroscience do for the design of behaviour change interventions to improve health? A systematic review" (100-hour student placement, Jan-June 2015)
- Women Academic Returners Programme (WARP) University of Sheffield. Awarded £10, 000 (October 2014)
- British Academy/Leverhulme Trust Small Research Grant J Martin & C Martin: “Improving cross-disciplinary research and practice in health psychology: What can neuroscience do for the design of behaviour change interventions to improve health? A systematic review. (June 2013-November 2013). £9899
- British Academy Small Research Grant J Appleton & J Martin: “A review of assessment tools to measure childhood overweight and obesity” (June 2012-November 2012). £9936
- Alcohol Education and Research Council (AERC) Postgraduate Research Studentship Scheme 2010 E Davies, D Foxcroft & J Martin: “Designing and testing an intervention to prevent alcohol misuse in adolescents based on the Prototype Willingness Model of health risk behaviour” (October 2010-October 2013). £30000
- PSY259 (Psychological Concepts & Skills)
- PSY246 (Social & Health Psychology)
- PSY350 (Self regulation)
- PSY346 & 331/2 (Research project/Extended essay)
- PSY6121 (MRes Research Methods - Module Organiser)
- Departmental Alumni Officer
- Departmental Committee membership:
Research Committee, Equality and Diversity Committee and Research Ethics Committee
- Gareth Jones: Post-University Transitions and Exercise; 2nd Supervisor with Professor Paul Norman.
- Harriet Baird: The role of time perspective in monitoring goal progress; 2nd supervisor with Tom Webb
- Caroline Treweek: Improving public perceptions of people who have autism; 3rd supervisor with Drs. Megan Freeth and Chantelle Wood
- Emily Gagnon: Predicting and changing health risk behaviour; 2nd supervisor with Paul Norman
A list of key publications can be found below. For a full list of publications please click here
- Treweek C, Wood C, Martin J & Freeth M (2018) Autistic people’s perspectives on stereotypes: An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis. Autism: the international journal of research and practice. View this article in WRRO
- Baird H, Webb T, Martin J & Sirois F (2018) The Relationship Between a Balanced Time Perspective and Self-monitoring of Blood Glucose Among People With Type 1 Diabetes. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 53(2), 196-209. View this article in WRRO
- Baird HM, Webb TL, Martin J & Sirois FM (2017) The relationship between time perspective and self-regulatory processes, abilities and outcomes: a protocol for a meta-analytical review. BMJ Open, 7(6). View this article in WRRO
- Martin J, Sheeran P, Slade P, Wright A & Dibble T (2011) Durable effects of implementation intentions: reduced rates of confirmed pregnancy at 2 years.. Health Psychol, 30(3), 368-373.
- Martin J, Sheeran P, Slade P, Wright A & Dibble T (2009) Implementation intention formation reduces consultations for emergency contraception and pregnancy testing among teenage women.. Health Psychol, 28(6), 762-769.
- Martin J, Chater A & Lorencatto F () Effective behaviour change techniques in the prevention and management of childhood obesity. International Journal of Obesity.