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University of Exeter Medical School

Dr Rohini Terry

Dr Rohini Terry

Research Fellow

 R.H.Terry@exeter.ac.uk

 South Cloisters 

 

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


Overview

Based at the University of Exeter College of Medicine and Health, St Lukes Campus, I work within the Institute of Health Research.  With a first degree and PhD in psychology, I have extensive experience of conducting research within the field of psychology applied to health, illness and wellbeing.  I have particular expertise in qualitative approaches to research, as well as experience in process evaluation, systematic review and quantitative methodology. Previously, I have been a research advisor for the NIHR Research Design Service (South West) and I have a particular interest in supporting meaningful and inclusive Patient and Public Involvement and Engagement (PPIE) activities.

Qualifications

  • PhD (Memory for pain – Recalling the quality and intensity of expected acute pain). University of Stirling, 2006
  • BSc (Psychology) University of Stirling, 1998 

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Publications

Journal articles

Hay-Smith J, Bick D, Dean S, Salmon V, Terry R, Jones E, Edwards E, Frawley H, MacArthur C (2023). 225 ANTENATAL PELVIC FLOOR MUSCLE EXERCISE INTERVENTION TO REDUCE POSTNATAL URINARY INCONTINENCE: QUANTITATIVE RESULTS FROM a FEASIBILITY AND PILOT RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIAL. Continence, 7(BJOG. 122 7 2015).
Dean S, Salmon V, Terry R, Hay-Smith J, Frawley H, Chapman S, Pearson M, Boddy K, Cockcroft E, Webb S, et al (2022). 14 TEACHING EFFECTIVE PELVIC FLOOR MUSCLE EXERCISES IN ANTENATAL CARE: DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF a TRAINING PACKAGE FOR COMMUNITY MIDWIVES IN THE UNITED KINGDOM. Continence, 2, 1-2.
Taylor AH, Taylor RS, Ingram WM, Anokye N, Dean S, Jolly K, Mutrie N, Lambert J, Yardley L, Greaves C, et al (2020). Adding web-based behavioural support to exercise referral schemes for inactive adults with chronic health conditions: the e-coachER RCT. Health Technology Assessment, 24(63), 1-106. Abstract.
Salmon VE, Hay-Smith EJC, Jarvie R, Dean S, Terry R, Frawley H, Oborn E, Bayliss SE, Bick D, Davenport C, et al (2020). Implementing pelvic floor muscle training in women's childbearing years: a critical interpretive synthesis of individual, professional, and service issues. Neurourol Urodyn, 39(2), 863-870. Abstract.  Author URL.
Terry R, Jarvie R, Hay-Smith J, Salmon V, Pearson M, Boddy K, MacArthur C, Dean S (2020). “Are you doing your pelvic floor?” an ethnographic exploration of the interaction between women and midwives about pelvic floor muscle exercises (PFME) during pregnancy. Midwifery, 83, 102647-102647.
Campbell JL, Fletcher E, Abel G, Anderson R, Chilvers R, Dean SG, Richards SH, Sansom A, Terry R, Aylward A, et al (2019). Policies and strategies to retain and support the return of experienced GPs in direct patient care: the ReGROUP mixed-methods study. Health Services and Delivery Research, 7(14), 1-288. Abstract.
Ingram W, Webb D, Taylor RS, Anokye N, Yardley L, Jolly K, Mutrie N, Campbell JL, Dean SG, Greaves C, et al (2018). Multicentred randomised controlled trial of an augmented exercise referral scheme using web-based behavioural support in individuals with metabolic, musculoskeletal and mental health conditions: protocol for the e-coachER trial. BMJ Open, 8(9). Abstract.  Author URL.
Sansom A, Terry R, Fletcher E, Salisbury C, Long L, Richards SH, Aylward A, Welsman J, Sims L, Campbell JL, et al (2018). Why do GPs leave direct patient care and what might help to retain them? a qualitative study of GPs in South West England. BMJ Open, 8 Abstract.
Palmer S, Cramp F, Clark EM, Lewis R, Brookes S, Hollingworth W, Welton N, Thom H, Terry R, Rimes KA, et al (2016). 123 Physiotherapy for Adults with Joint Hypermobility Syndrome: a Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial. Rheumatology, 55(suppl_1), i112-i113.
Palmer S, Terry R, Rimes KA, Clark C, Simmonds J, Horwood J (2016). Physiotherapy management of joint hypermobility syndrome – a focus group study of patient and health professional perspectives. Physiotherapy, 102(1), 93-102.
Palmer S, Cramp F, Clark E, Lewis R, Brookes S, Hollingworth W, Welton N, Thom H, Terry R, Rimes KA, et al (2016). The feasibility of a randomised controlled trial of physiotherapy for adults with joint hypermobility syndrome. Health Technology Assessment, 20(47), 1-264. Abstract.
Terry R, Palmer S, Rimes K, Clark CJ, Simmonds J, Horwood J (2015). Living with joint hypermobility syndrome. Patient experiences of diagnosis, referral and self-care. Physiotherapy, 101, e1168-e1168.
Terry RH, Palmer ST, Rimes KA, Clark CJ, Simmonds JV, Horwood JP (2015). Living with joint hypermobility syndrome: patient experiences of diagnosis, referral and self-care. Family Practice, 32(3), 354-358.
Palmer S, Terry R, Rimes K, Clark CJ, Simmonds J, Horwood J (2015). Physiotherapy management of joint hypermobility syndrome—patient and therapist perspectives. Physiotherapy, 101
Jarvis A, Perry R, Smith D, Terry R, Peters S (2014). General practitioners’ beliefs about the clinical utility of complementary and alternative medicine. Primary Health Care Research & Development, 16(03), 246-253. Abstract.
Perry R, Watson LK, Terry R, Onakpoya I, Ernst E (2013). British general practitioners' attitudes towards and usage of homeopathy: a systematic review of surveys. Focus on Alternative and Complementary Therapies, 18(2), 51-63. Abstract.
Terry R, Perry R, Ernst E (2012). An overview of systematic reviews of complementary and alternative medicine for fibromyalgia. Clin Rheumatol, 31(1), 55-66. Abstract.  Author URL.
Posadzki P, Lewandowski W, Terry R, Ernst E, Stearns A (2012). Guided imagery for non-musculoskeletal pain: a systematic review of randomized clinical trials. J Pain Symptom Manage, 44(1), 95-104. Abstract.  Author URL.
Perry R, Terry R, Watson LK, Ernst E (2012). Is lavender an anxiolytic drug? a systematic review of randomised clinical trials. Phytomedicine, 19(8-9), 825-835. Abstract.  Author URL.
Terry R (2011). Efficacy and limitations of homeopathic and antibiotic treatments for bovine clinical mastitis. Focus on Alternative and Complementary Therapies, 16(4), 303-304.
Posadzki P, Ernst E, Terry R, Lee MS (2011). Is yoga effective for pain? a systematic review of randomized clinical trials. Complement Ther Med, 19(5), 281-287. Abstract.  Author URL.
Onakpoya I, Aldaas S, Terry R, Ernst E (2011). The efficacy of <i>Phaseolus vulgaris</i> as a weight-loss supplement: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised clinical trials. BRITISH JOURNAL OF NUTRITION, 106(2), 196-202. Author URL.
Terry R, Posadzki P, Watson LK, Ernst E (2011). The use of ginger (Zingiber officinale) for the treatment of pain: a systematic review of clinical trials. Pain Med, 12(12), 1808-1818. Abstract.  Author URL.
Onakpoya I, Terry R, Ernst E (2011). The use of green coffee extract as a weight loss supplement: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised clinical trials. Gastroenterol Res Pract, 2011 Abstract.  Author URL.
Perry R, Terry R, Ernst E (2010). A systematic review of homoeopathy for the treatment of fibromyalgia. Clin Rheumatol, 29(5), 457-464. Abstract.  Author URL.
Hunt KJ, Coelho HF, Wider B, Perry R, Hung SK, Terry R, Ernst E (2010). Complementary and alternative medicine use in England: results from a national survey. Int J Clin Pract, 64(11), 1496-1502. Abstract.  Author URL.
Ernst E, Terry RH (2009). NICE guidelines on complementary/alternative medicine: more consistency and rigour are needed. British Journal of General Practice
Terry RH, Niven CA, Brodie EE, Jones RB, Prowse MA (2008). Memory for pain? a comparison of nonexperiential estimates and patients' reports of the quality and intensity of postoperative pain. J Pain, 9(4), 342-349. Abstract.  Author URL.
Cheyne H, Terry RH, Niven C, Dowding D, Hundley V, McNamee P (2007). 'Should I come in now?' a study of women's early labour experiences. British Journal of Midwifery, 10(15).
Terry RH, Niven CA, Brodie EE, Jones RB, Prowse MP (2007). An exploration of the realtionship between anxiety,expectations and memory for postoperative pain. Acute Pain(9), 135-143.
Terry RH, Niven CA, Brodie EE (2007). An investigation of memory for the quality and intensity of acute pain. Nursing Times, 42(103).
Terry RH, Brodie EE, Niven CA (2007). Exploring the phenomenology of memory for pain: is previously experienced acute pain consciously remembered or simply known?. Journal of Pain
Cheyne H, Terry R, Niven C, Dowding D, Hundley V, McNamme P (2007). ‘Should I come in now?’: a study of women's early labour experiences. British Journal of Midwifery, 15(10), 604-609.
Greaves CJ, Brown P, Terry RH, Eiser C, Lings P, Stead J (2003). Converting to insulin in primary care: an exploration of the needs of practice nurses. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 42(5), 487-496.
Greaves CJ, Brown P, Terry RH, Eiser C, Lings P, Stead JW (2002). Insulin conversion in primary care: the needs of practice nurses and barriers to implementation. Diabetic Medicine, 19
Terry RH, Gijsbers K (2000). Memory for the quantitative and qualitative aspects of labour pain: a preliminary study. Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology, 18(2), 143-152.

Reports

Trappes-Lomax T, Ellis A, Terry RH, Stead J (2003). Three qualitative studies of the views of older people concerning rehabilitation services they received in hospital, in Social Services/NHS residential units, and at home. Centre for Evidence Based Social Services, Peninsula Medical School.
Bolden R, Terry RH (2000). Leadership Development in Small and Medium sized enterprises: Phase 1. Centre for Leadership Studies.

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Teaching

Academic Tutor for BSc Medical Sciences Programme

SSU Lead Provider Year One BMBS Medicine '"It's all in my head" - exploring the experience of pain and pain recall'

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