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Dr Paul Manning

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Dr Paul Manning

Role: Consultant Clinical Pyschologist
Telephone: 0114 271 7296

Specialities: Diabetes and Chronic Pain


Wright N, Agwu JC, Adolfsson P, Timmis A, Drew J, Pemberton J, Kershaw M, Bissell S, Moudiotis C, Regan F, Gardner C, Astle A, Manning P, Soni A, Williams E, Ng. SM (in press).  How to Use Continuous Glucose Monitoring and Flash Glucose Sensors in Type 1 Diabetes.  Archives of Disease in Childhood

Manning P, Marfleet R & Pais T (2013).  Intuitive ways of coping with illness: Acute vs chronic thinking.  Clinical Psychology Forum, 243, 24-27.

Manning P, Hardy G & Kellett S (2010).  Reversals of Sudden Gains made during cognitive therapy with depressed adults: A preliminary investigation.  Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy, 38, 491- 495

McDonnell AA, Hardman J, Knight L, Manning P & Semple C (2004a).  An investigation into the topography of referrals to a community challenging behaviour service:  Implications for research and training.  Unpublished manuscript.  Referenced in: McDonnell A.A. (2010) Managing aggressive behaviour in care settings:  Understanding and applying low arousal approaches.  Wiley-Blackwell; UK.


Emotional Resilience and Mindfulness.  Presented at:  The Yorkshire & Humber Paediatric Diabetes Network Annual Study Day, Leeds, October  2016.

Emotional Resilience and Mindfulness for healthcare professionals, children & young people with diabetes and their families.  Presented at:  BSPED (British Society for Paediatric Endocrinology and Diabetes) Annual Conference, Sheffield, November 2015.

Complex diabetes care; looking after ourselves and building resilience.  Presented at: Diabetes UK Annual Conference, York, November 2015.

Feel the fear and do it anyway:  Using ACT in Paediatrics.  Presented at : ‘ Creative and Systemic Approaches to Paediatrics Psychology’  Conference, Great Ormond Street, London, October 2014.

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