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 Anna Price

Anna Price

Associate Research Fellow CATCh-uS Study

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 +44 (0) 1392 726026

 South Cloisters 205

 

South Cloisters, University of Exeter, St Luke's Campus, Heavitree Road, Exeter, EX1 2LU, UK

Overview

Anna Price is an Associate Research Fellow and PhD student working on the Children and adolescents with ADHD in transition between children’s services and adult services (CATCh-uS) study at the University of Exeter Medical School. The project focuses on what happens to young people with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) when they are too old to stay within children’s services. Anna's role includes recruitment, data collection, coding and analysis. Anna leads the mapping study and is working with the team on all elements of CATCh-uS, which aims to find out what services are currently available for young people with ADHD. Dr. Astrid Janssens is Anna's primary PhD supervisor and Project Manager for CATCh-uS. Professor Tamsin Ford is the Principle Investigator for this project.

Anna also works as a Problem Based Learning group facilitator for year one undergraduate medical (BMBS) students. 

Previously Anna worked on the 'Supporting Teachers and childRen in Schools (STARS)' project at the University of Exeter Medical School. STARS is a large cluster randomized controlled trial examining the impact of the Incredible Years Teacher Classroom Management Course on child and teacher wellbeing.  

Anna has wide interests in schools and other educational contexts, with personal experience of supporting neurodiversity, home education and flexi-schooling. She is interested in the use of early interventions to promote health and wellbeing in children and families.

Anna has experience of working with a range of evidence based psychological therapies designed to address depression in adults and peri-natal mothers. These include Mindfulness, Behavioral Activation and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.

Previously, Anna has been involved with teams supporting individuals and families with complex and enduring difficulties. This includes working as an assistant psychologist with the STEP (Specialist Team for Early Psychosis) team, which offers coordinated care alongside a range of interventions, and assisting with delivery of Systemic Family Therapy.

Broad research specialisms

  • Improving accessibliity of mental health services
  • Promoting child health, with a focus on neurodiversity and learning disability
  • Expanding the evidence base for and promoting early interventions
  • Treating recurrent depression with evidence based psychological therapies
  • Building links between research, clinical practice and the wider community
  • Facilitating 'Problem Based Learning' 

http://medicine.exeter.ac.uk/catchus/

http://medicine.exeter.ac.uk/stars/

http://medicine.exeter.ac.uk/hifams/

http://medicine.exeter.ac.uk/about/profiles/index.php?web_id=Tamsin_Ford

http://medicine.exeter.ac.uk/about/profiles/index.php?web_id=Astrid_Janssens

Qualifications

  • BSc Psychology (University of Exeter)

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Research

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Publications

Key publications | Publications by category | Publications by year

Key publications


Ford T, Hayes RA, Byford S, Edwards V, Fletcher M, Logan G, Norwich B, Pritchard W, Allen K, Allwood M, et al (2018). The effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of the Incredible Years® Teacher Classroom Management programme in primary school children: results of the STARS cluster randomised controlled trial. Psychological Medicine Abstract.  Full text.
Allwood M, Allen K, Price A, Hayes R, Edwards V, Ball S, Ukoumunne OC, Ford T (2018). The reliability and validity of the pupil behaviour questionnaire: a child classroom behaviour assessment tool. Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties, 23(4), 361-371. Abstract.  Full text.
Price A, Allen K, Ukoumunne OC, Hayes R, Ford T (2017). Examining the psychological and social impact of relative age in primary school children: a cross-sectional survey. Child: Care, Health and Development, 43(6), 891-898. Abstract.  Full text.
Allen K, Marlow R, Edwards V, Parker C, Rodgers L, Ukoumunne O, Chan Seem E, Hayes R, Price A, Ford T, et al (2017). ‘How I feel About My School’: the construction and validation of a measure of wellbeing at school for primary school children. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 55 Full text.
Hurst A, Price A, Walesby R, Doolan M, Lanham W, Ford T (2014). Routine outcome monitoring of evidencebased parenting programmes: Indications of effectiveness in a community context. Journal of Children's Services, 9(1), 58-74. Abstract.

Publications by category


Journal articles

Ayyash H, Ford T, Janssens A, Eke H, Price AM, Morton M, Lynn R (In Press). G469 Impact of capss and bpsu in identifying the imminent needs of adhd patients in transition from childrens to adults services across the united kingdom. Archives of Disease in Childhood
Titheradge D, Hayes R, Longdon B, Allen K, Price A, Hansford L, Nye E, Ukoumunne O, Byford S, Norwich B, et al (In Press). Psychological distress amongst primary school teachers: a comparison with clinical and population samples. Public Health Full text.
Price AM, Janssens A, Woodley AL, Allwood M, Ford T (2018). Review: Experiences of healthcare transitions for young people with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder: a systematic review of qualitative research. Child and Adolescent Mental Health, 12-12. Full text.
Ford T, Hayes RA, Byford S, Edwards V, Fletcher M, Logan G, Norwich B, Pritchard W, Allen K, Allwood M, et al (2018). The effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of the Incredible Years® Teacher Classroom Management programme in primary school children: results of the STARS cluster randomised controlled trial. Psychological Medicine Abstract.  Full text.
Allwood M, Allen K, Price A, Hayes R, Edwards V, Ball S, Ukoumunne OC, Ford T (2018). The reliability and validity of the pupil behaviour questionnaire: a child classroom behaviour assessment tool. Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties, 23(4), 361-371. Abstract.  Full text.
Price A, Allen K, Ukoumunne OC, Hayes R, Ford T (2017). Examining the psychological and social impact of relative age in primary school children: a cross-sectional survey. Child: Care, Health and Development, 43(6), 891-898. Abstract.  Full text.
Allen K, Marlow R, Edwards V, Parker C, Rodgers L, Ukoumunne O, Chan Seem E, Hayes R, Price A, Ford T, et al (2017). ‘How I feel About My School’: the construction and validation of a measure of wellbeing at school for primary school children. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 55 Full text.
Hurst A, Price A, Walesby R, Doolan M, Lanham W, Ford T (2014). Routine outcome monitoring of evidencebased parenting programmes: Indications of effectiveness in a community context. Journal of Children's Services, 9(1), 58-74. Abstract.
Thompson H, Reville MC, Price A, Reynolds L, Rodgers LR, Ford T (2014). The Quality of Life scale for Children (QoL-C). Journal of Children's Services: research informing policy and practice, 9, 4-17. Full text.

Publications by year


In Press

Ayyash H, Ford T, Janssens A, Eke H, Price AM, Morton M, Lynn R (In Press). G469 Impact of capss and bpsu in identifying the imminent needs of adhd patients in transition from childrens to adults services across the united kingdom. Archives of Disease in Childhood
Titheradge D, Hayes R, Longdon B, Allen K, Price A, Hansford L, Nye E, Ukoumunne O, Byford S, Norwich B, et al (In Press). Psychological distress amongst primary school teachers: a comparison with clinical and population samples. Public Health Full text.

2018

Price AM, Janssens A, Woodley AL, Allwood M, Ford T (2018). Review: Experiences of healthcare transitions for young people with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder: a systematic review of qualitative research. Child and Adolescent Mental Health, 12-12. Full text.
Ford T, Hayes RA, Byford S, Edwards V, Fletcher M, Logan G, Norwich B, Pritchard W, Allen K, Allwood M, et al (2018). The effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of the Incredible Years® Teacher Classroom Management programme in primary school children: results of the STARS cluster randomised controlled trial. Psychological Medicine Abstract.  Full text.
Allwood M, Allen K, Price A, Hayes R, Edwards V, Ball S, Ukoumunne OC, Ford T (2018). The reliability and validity of the pupil behaviour questionnaire: a child classroom behaviour assessment tool. Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties, 23(4), 361-371. Abstract.  Full text.

2017

Price A, Allen K, Ukoumunne OC, Hayes R, Ford T (2017). Examining the psychological and social impact of relative age in primary school children: a cross-sectional survey. Child: Care, Health and Development, 43(6), 891-898. Abstract.  Full text.
Allen K, Marlow R, Edwards V, Parker C, Rodgers L, Ukoumunne O, Chan Seem E, Hayes R, Price A, Ford T, et al (2017). ‘How I feel About My School’: the construction and validation of a measure of wellbeing at school for primary school children. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 55 Full text.

2014

Hurst A, Price A, Walesby R, Doolan M, Lanham W, Ford T (2014). Routine outcome monitoring of evidencebased parenting programmes: Indications of effectiveness in a community context. Journal of Children's Services, 9(1), 58-74. Abstract.
Thompson H, Reville MC, Price A, Reynolds L, Rodgers LR, Ford T (2014). The Quality of Life scale for Children (QoL-C). Journal of Children's Services: research informing policy and practice, 9, 4-17. Full text.

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External Engagement and Impact

Awards

Special issue, invited article chosen for promotion and free access for a limited time, November 2018

Price AM, Janssens A, Woodley AL, Allwood M, Ford T (2018). Review: Experiences of healthcare transitions for young people with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder: a systematic review of qualitative research. Child and Adolescent Mental Health, 12-12.

Highly Commended paper in the 2015 Emerald Literati Network Awards for Excellence

Hurst A, Price A, Walesby R, Doolan M, Lanham W, Ford T (2014). Routine outcome monitoring of evidencebased parenting programmes: Indications of effectiveness in a community context. Journal of Children's Services9(1), 58-74

Winner of the Emanuel Miller Research Poster Competition prize, March 2013

Davies CR, Price A, Hurst A, Ford T. Evaluating Evidence Based Parenting Programmes: Routine Outcome Measures as Evidence of Effectiveness in A Community Context. Poster session presented at: Association for Child and Adolescent Mental Health Emanuel Miller Memorial Lecture and National Conference; 2013 Mar 15; London, UK


Committee/panel activities

Symposium presenter at 23rd World Congress of the International Association for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Allied Professions (IACAPAP): In transition from children’s services to adult services: the case of ADHD: Price, A., Janssens, A., Woodley, A., Eke, H., & Ford, T., Where to transition to: how transparent is the UK‘s and or your national service provision? 23-27th July 2018; Prague, Czech Republic.

Co-presenter and invited panel member at  the British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP) 42nd Annual Conference: School based mental health interventions symposium: Price, A. & Allen, K., Supporting teachers and children in schools: a trial of the incredible years teacher classroom management programme. 22nd – 25th July 2014, Birmingham, UK.

Presentation and workshop leader at Plymouth University’s Worlds, Bodies and Minds Conference. Price, A. & Davies, CR., Experiencing the Manchester Child Attachment Story Task as it is Utilised in the Helping Children Achieve Project. 16-17th May 2013, Plymouth UK.


Evidence of impact on policy and professional practice

Funded by National Institute for Health Reserach (NIHR) to design and co-produce a national UK map of health services for young adults with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Map informed by responses from over 2600 health workers, service users and commissioners. Working with UK Adult ADHD network to enable them to host and update map. 

Teaching

  • Translational Medical Science module, supporting structured small group learning sessions for final year Medical Science students (2018 to 2019) 
  • Research in Action module, final year Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (BMBS). Resarch methods workshop (2016 to 2018)
  • Wellcome Trust funded, INSPIRE scheme, Academy of Medical Sciences. Taster day teaching sessions for BMBS medical students, mentorship for successful applicants (Annually from 2016) 
  • Problem Based Learning module, group facilitator, supervising students, providing formative assessments for BMBS medical students (2015 to 2016) 

Supervision / Group

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