Biography

Lucy Clark joined UEA in July 2017 as Senior Research Associate in the School of Health Sciences, working for Professor Sanderson. She is a career researcher with a background in the Sport and Exercise Sciences and is a qualified personal trainer.

Lucy has worked on a number of large randomised controlled trials as Trial Manager, and also on cohort studies. Her main research background lies in exercise for health and wellness, and particularly as a treatment for people with long-term unexplained illnesses such as chronic fatigue syndrome.

Lucy is interested in all aspects of physical and mental health and wellbeing, and has a particular interest in the role of exercise within this framework.

All Publications

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Clark, L., Buckland, M., Murphy, G., Taylor, N., Vleck, V., Mein, C., Wozniak, E., Smuk, M., White, P.

(2017)

Cytokine responses to exercise and activity in patients with chronic fatigue syndrome: Case control study,

in Clinical and Experimental Immunology

Full Text UEA Repository

(Article)

(E-pub ahead of print)


White, P. D., Chalder, T., Sharpe, M., Angus, B. J., Baber, H. L., Bavinton, J., Burgess, M., Clark, L. V., Cox, D. L., DeCesare, J. C., Goldsmith, K. A., Johnson, A. L., McCrone, P., Murphy, G., Murphy, M., O’Dowd, H., Potts, L., Walwyn, R., Wilks, D.

(2017)

Response to the editorial by Dr Geraghty,

in Journal of Health Psychology

22

(9)

pp. 1113-1117

Full Text UEA Repository

(Article)

(Published)


Clark, L. V., Pesola, F., Thomas, J. M., Vergara-Williamson, M., Beynon, M., White, P. D.

(2017)

Guided graded exercise self-help plus specialist medical care versus specialist medical care alone for chronic fatigue syndrome (GETSET): a pragmatic randomised controlled trial,

in The Lancet

390

(10092)

pp. 363-373

Full Text UEA Repository

(Article)

(Published)


Clark, L. V., McCrone, P., Ridge, D., Cheshire, A., Vergara-Williamson, M., Pesola, F., White, P. D.

(2016)

Graded Exercise Therapy Guided Self-Help Trial for Patients with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (GETSET): Protocol for a Randomized Controlled Trial and Interview Study,

in JMIR Research Protocols

5

(2)

article no. e70

Full Text UEA Repository

(Article)

(Published)


Cheshire, A., Ridge, D., Clark, L., White, P.

(2016)

Why patients with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/Myalgic Encephalomyelitis improve or deteriorate with graded exercise therapy,

in Journal of Psychosomatic Research

85

article no. 19

pp. 59

Full Text

(Abstract)

(Published)


Clark, L., McCrone, P., Ridge, D., Vergara-Williamson, M., Pesola, F., White, P.

(2016)

Graded Exercise Therapy guided Self-hElp Treatment (GETSET) for patients with chronic fatigue syndrome: a randomised controlled trial in secondary care,

UEA Repository

(Paper)

(Published)


White, P., Clark, L., Thomas, J., Murphy, M., Buckland, M.

(2015)

Case control study of circulating cytokines in chronic fatigue syndrome,

in Journal of Psychosomatic Research

78

(6)

pp. 631

Full Text

(Abstract)

(Published)


Cox, D., Burgess, M., Chalder, T., Sharpe, M., White, P., Clark, L.

(2014)

Training, supervision and therapists' adherence to manual-based therapy,

in International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation

20

(4)

pp. 180-186

Full Text UEA Repository

(Article)

(Published)


Ridsdale, L., Dowson, A., V Clark, L., Goldstein, L. H., Marsh, B., Morgan, M., McCrone, P., Seed, P. T.

(2014)

Headache Diagnosis in Primary Care,

in Journal of Neurology and Neurosurgery

1

(2)

Full Text UEA Repository

(Article)

(Published)


Clark, L., Buckland, M., Vleck, V., White, P.

(2012)

Cytokine responses to exercise and activity in patients with chronic fatigue syndrome: Proof of principle study,

(Abstract)

(Published)


Clark, L., Tims, E.

(2012)

Guided Support Manual: Guided Self-help graded exercise therapy for CFS/ME,

(Other contribution)

(Published)


McCrone, P., Seed, P. T., Dowson, A. J., Clark, L. V., Goldstein, L. H., Morgan, M., Ridsdale, L.

(2011)

Service use and costs for people with headache: a UK primary care study,

in The Journal of Headache and Pain

12

article no. 362

pp. 617–623

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(Article)

(Published)


White, P., Goldsmith, K., Johnson, A., Potts, L., Walwyn, R., DeCesare, J., Baber, H., Burgess, M., Clark, L., Cox, D., Bavinton, J., Angus, B., Murphy, G., Murphy, M., O'Dowd, H., Wilks, D., McCrone, P., Chalder, T., Sharpe, M.

(2011)

Comparison of adaptive pacing therapy, cognitive behaviour therapy, graded exercise therapy, and specialist medical care for chronic fatigue syndrome (PACE): a randomised trial,

in The Lancet

377

(9768)

pp. 823-836

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(Article)

(Published)


Goldstein, L., Seed, P., Clark, L., Dowson, A., Jenkins, L., Ridsdale, L.

(2011)

Predictors of outcome in patients consulting their general practitioners for headache: A prospective study,

in Psychology and Health

26

(6)

pp. 751-764

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(Article)

(Published)


Clark, L. V., White, P. D.

(2010)

Response 1 to Letter to the Editor by Kindlon & Goudsmit,

in Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine

42

(2)

pp. 184-185

(Comment/debate)

(Published)


Clark, L.

(2009)

GETSET Graded Exercise Booklet,

(Other contribution)

(Published)


Clark, L. V., White, P. D.

(2008)

Chronic fatigue syndrome and Response to Letter to the Editor,

in Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine

40

(10)

pp. 882-884

Full Text

(Comment/debate)

(Published)


Ridsdale, L., Clark, L. V., Dowson, A. J., Goldstein, L. H., Jenkins, L., McCrone, P., Morgan, M., Seed, P. T.

(2007)

How do patients referred to neurologists for headache differ from those managed in primary care?,

in British Journal of General Practice

57

(538)

pp. 388-395

UEA Repository

(Article)

(Published)


Ridsdale, L., Massey, R., Clark, L.

(2007)

Preventing neurophobia in medical students, and so future doctors,

in Practical Neurology

7

(2)

pp. 116-123

UEA Repository

(Article)

(Published)


Symvoulakis, E. K., Clark, L. V., Dowson, A. J., Jones, R., Ridsdale, L.

(2007)

Headache: a 'suitable case' for behavioural treatment in primary care?,

in British Journal of General Practice

57

(536)

pp. 231-237

UEA Repository

(Article)

(Published)


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