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Dr Natalie Hampson

Natalie Hampson

Dr Natalie Hampson

Role: Senior Clinical Psychologist
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Telephone: 0114 271 7296
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Specialty: Neurosciences

Papers and conferences

Hampson, N. E. (2016). Neuropsychological assessment of myotonic dystrophy type 1: a case study. Psychology of Older People: FPOP Bulletin Special Edition – Psychological Working with Neurodegenerative Diseases, 136, 9-14.

Hampson, N. E., Miller, C., & King, L. (2016). Initial development of a pathway for managing the cognitive and psychological symptoms associated with Parkinson’s Disease. Psychology of Older People: FPOP Bulletin Special Edition – Psychological Working with Neurodegenerative Diseases, 136, 15-20.

Curvis, W., Simpson, J., & Hampson, N.E. (2016). Factors associated with self-esteem following acquired brain injury in adults: A systematic review. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 3, 1-42.

Curvis, W., Simpson, J., & Hampson, N.E (2016): Social anxiety following traumatic brain injury: an exploration of associated factors. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation. Published online May 17 2016 DOI: 10.1080/09602011.2016.1175359.

King, L., Hampson, N., Flint, A. & Speake, G. (2016). Evaluation of a psychological skills group for people with multiple sclerosis. Clinical Psychology Forum Special Issue: Service Innovation, 288, 28-33.

Kemp, S., Duff, A. & Hampson, N.E. (2016). A prospective longitudinal study into the neuropsychological and neuroimaging consequences of playing football. Brain Injury, 16, 1-7.

Hampson, N.E. (2014). Structured Rehabilitation Programmes for People with Neurological Conditions: Relaxation. Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust.

Hampson, N.E., Kemp, S., Moulin, C, Coughlan, A.K. & Bhakta, B. (2014). Effort Test Performance in Clinical Acute Brain Injury, Community Brain Injury, and Epilepsy Populations. Applied Neuropsychology: Adult, 21, 183-194.

Halstead, J.E. & Hampson, N.E. (2008) Helpful aspects of therapy: A comparison of three classification systems. Poster presented as part of the 39th Society for Psychotherapy Research International Conference, Barcelona.

Hampson, N.E., Meads, D.M., McKenna, S.P., Doward, L.C.& Turk, F. (2005). Factors influencing quality of life in atopic dermatitis. Value in Health, 8 (6): A149. (Receiving ‘Best New Investigator’ poster presentation award at The International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research 8th Annual European Conference).

Meads, D.M., Hampson, N.E., Fisk, J.D., McKenna, S.P., Doward, L.C. & Mayo, K.W. (2005). Rasch analysis of the Fatigue Impact Scale. Value in Health, 8 (6): A70.

Doward, L.C., McKenna, S.P., Meads, D.M., Kavyasiddhi, D., Hampson, N.E. & Mayo, K.W. (2005). The symptomatic, functional and quality of life impact of multiple sclerosis: report on a qualitative investigation of the patients’ perspective. Value in Health, 8 (6): A135.


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