Louise Bell

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Patients and clinicians sometimes take coping with chronic pain primarily as a process of gaining more control over pain. An alternate approach might include helping the pain sufferer to discriminate parts of their situation that can be effectively controlled from those that cannot. When faced with situations that do not yield to attempts at direct control(More)
BACKGROUND The genetic basis of the autoimmune disease type 1 diabetes (T1D) has now been largely determined, so now we can compare these findings with emerging genetic knowledge of disorders and phenotypes that have been negatively or positively associated with T1D historically. Here, we assessed the role in T1D of variants previously reported to be(More)
  • L Bell
  • 2002
Pub Med and Psych Lit were searched using the key terms 'outcome' and 'bulimia nervosa' for papers on outcome and bulimia nervosa (BN). The studies which examined any aspect of psychopathology are included and the findings reviewed. No robust findings emerged. This paper reviews the methodological problems that beset this area, and then examines in detail(More)
The relationship between mental health, self-esteem and unemployment is well established. Emerging research suggests that interventions such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) can counter the negative effects of unemployment and may improve re-employment. This study evaluated the effectiveness of a manual-based programme, which combines CBT with job(More)
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