(Faculty of Health Studies) Laura Lamming, Research Fellow at the University of Bradford Skip to content
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Laura Lamming

Research Fellow

Faculty/Dept/School Bradford Evaluation & Trials Unit (BETU)
Emaill.lamming@bradford.ac.uk
Telephone +441274 236652

Biography

Laura joined the University of Bradford in September 2015 as a Research Fellow. Current research includes a qualitative evaluation of an acute kidney injury quality improvement intervention funded by The Health Foundation (Tackling Acute Kidney Injury) and an investigation of acute feedback on physical activity behaviour. In addition Laura is conducting qualitative work on the implementation of community-based health campaigns and investigating the use of digital platforms and mobile phones to promote Patient and Public Involvement and behaviour change. This work has been carried over from her time spent with Born in Bradford (2014-2015). Before joining Born in Bradford, Laura was part of the Primary Care Unit in Cambridge. There, Laura worked on studies involving implementation intentions and medication adherence, development and application of a coding framework for in-depth post-hoc quality and fidelity assessment of a consultation-based intervention (Support and Advice for Medication Study, SAMS) and an NIHR funded programme of work developing and evaluating very brief interventions to increase physical activity in primary care (VBI Programme).

Publications

Peer Reviewed Journal
TitleWhat do we know about brief interventions for physical activity that could be delivered in primary care consultations? A systematic review of reviews (2017)
AuthorsLamming, Laura; Pears, S.; Mason, Dan; Morton, K.; Bijker, M.; Sutton, S.; Hardeman, W.
 
TitleImplementation of a nurse-led behaviour change intervention to support medication taking in type 2 diabetes: beyond hypothesised active ingredients (SAMS Consultation Study). (2014)
AuthorsHardeman W;Lamming L;Kellar I;De Simoni A;Graffy J;Boase S;Sutton S;Farmer A;Kinmonth AL;
JournalImplementation Science : Is
DOI10.1186/1748-5908-9-70
 
TitleIs attention necessary for object identification? Evidence from eye movements during the inspection of real-world scenes. (2008)
AuthorsUnderwood G;Templeman E;Lamming L;Foulsham T;
JournalConsciousness and Cognition
DOI10.1016/j.concog.2006.11.008