Biography

Dr Wendy Hardeman joined the UEA in 2015 as Senior Lecturer in Health Psychology. She is Guest Professor at the Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Tampere, Finland for the academic year 2016-2017. Wendy previously worked at the University of Cambridge as Senior Research Associate in Behavioural Science, Department of Public Health and Primary Care. She completed her PhD at the University of Cambridge in the application of psychological theory and evidence to the development and evaluation of behaviour change interventions, and completed a combined BSc/MSc in Human Movement Sciences at the VU University Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Wendy’s research uses methods, theory and evidence from health psychology and behavioural science to translate research evidence into clinical practice and policy. Her research focuses on the development and (trial) evaluation of behaviour change interventions to prevent and manage long-term conditions such as type 2 diabetes. Her interests include very brief, scalable interventions to promote physical activity (http://tinyurl.com/pedqthd), the use of mobile health technologies to support behaviour change, the Behaviour Change Technique Taxonomy v1, intervention fidelity, and process evaluation of complex interventions.

Wendy is Associate Editor of the British Journal of Health Psychology. She was Chair of the Scientific Committee of the 30th annual conference of the European Health Psychology Society and the BPS Division of Health Psychology in Aberdeen, 23-27 August 2016.

All Publications

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Gc, V. S., Suhrcke, M., Hardeman, W., Sutton, S., Wilson, E. C.

(2017)

Cost-Effectiveness and Value of Information Analysis of Brief Interventions to Promote Physical Activity in Primary Care,

in Value in Health

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(Article)

(E-pub ahead of print)


Smith, T. O., McKenna, M. C., Salter, C., Hardeman, W., Richardson, K., Hillsdon, M., Hughes, C. A., Steel, N., Jones, A. P.

(2017)

A systematic review of the physical activity assessment tools used in primary care,

in Family Practice

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(4)

pp. 384-391

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Lamming, L., Pears, S., Mason, D., Morton, K., Bijker, M., Sutton, S., Hardeman, W.

(2017)

What do we know about brief interventions for physical activity that could be delivered in primary care consultations? A systematic review of reviews,

in Preventive Medicine

99

pp. 152–163

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Farmer, A. J., Oke, J., Hardeman, W., Tucker, L., Sutton, S., Kinmonth, A. L., Griffin, S., Holman, R. R.

(2016)

The effect of a brief action planning intervention on adherence to double-blind study medication, compared to a standard trial protocol, in the Atorvastatin in Factorial with Omega EE90 Risk Reduction in Diabetes (AFORRD) clinical trial: a cluster randomised sub-study,

in Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice

120

pp. 56–64

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(Article)

(Published)


Pears, S., Bijker, M., Morton, K., Vasconcelos, J., Parker, R. A., Westgate, K., Brage, S., Wilson, E., Toby Prevost, A., Kinmonth, A., Griffin, S., Sutton, S., Hardeman, W.

(2016)

A randomised controlled trial of three very brief interventions for physical activity in primary care,

in BMC Public Health

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article no. 1033

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Mitchell, J., Hardeman, W., Pears, S., Vasconcelos, J. C., Prevost, A. T., Wilson, E., Sutton, S.

(2016)

Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of a very brief physical activity intervention delivered in NHS Health Checks (VBI Trial): study protocol for a randomised controlled trial,

in Trials

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article no. 303

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Wood, C. E., Hardeman, W., Johnston, M., Francis, J., Abraham, C., Michie, S.

(2016)

Reporting behaviour change interventions: do the behaviour change technique taxonomy v1, and training in its use, improve the quality of intervention descriptions?,

in Implementation Science

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article no. 84

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GC, V., Wilson, E., Suhrcke, M., Hardeman, W., Sutton, S.

(2016)

Are brief interventions to increase physical activity cost-effective? A systematic review,

in British Journal of Sports Medicine

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(7)

pp. 408-417

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Hynynen, S., van Stralen, M. M., Sniehotta, F. F., Araujo-Soares, V., Hardeman, W., Chinapaw, M. J. M., Vasankari, T., Hankonen, N.

(2016)

A systematic review of school-based interventions targeting physical activity and sedentary behaviour among older adolescents,

in International Review of Sport and Exercise Psychology

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(1)

pp. 22-44

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Gc, V., Suhrcke, M., Mitchell, J., Hardeman, W., Sutton, S., Wilson, E.

(2016)

Cost-effectiveness of a very brief pedometer-based intervention delivered in the NHS health checks: economic analysis alongside a randomised controlled trial,

(Poster)

(Published)


Morton, K., Sutton, S., Hardeman, W., Troughton, J., Yates, T., Griffin, S. J., Davies, M., Khunti, K., Eborall, H.

(2015)

A Text-Messaging and Pedometer Program to Promote Physical Activity in People at High Risk of Type 2 Diabetes: The Development of the PROPELS Follow-On Support Program,

in JMIR mHealth and uHealth

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article no. e105

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Abraham, C., Wood, C. E., Johnston, M., Francis, J., Hardeman, W., Richardson, M., Michie, S.

(2015)

Reliability of Identification of Behavior Change Techniques in Intervention Descriptions,

in Annals of Behavioral Medicine

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(6)

pp. 885-900

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Michie, S., Wood, C. E., Johnston, M., Abraham, C., Francis, J., Hardeman, W.

(2015)

Behaviour change techniques: the development and evaluation of a taxonomic method for reporting and describing behaviour change interventions (a suite of five studies involving consensus methods, randomised controlled trials and analysis of qualitative data),

in Health Technology Assessment

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(99)

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Lakshman, R., Whittle, F., Hardeman, W., Suhrcke, M., Wilson, E., Griffin, S., Ong, K. K.

(2015)

Effectiveness of a behavioural intervention to prevent excessive weight gain during infancy (The Baby Milk Trial): study protocol for a randomised controlled trial,

in Trials

16

article no. 442

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Yates, T., Griffin, S., Bodicoat, D. H., Brierly, G., Dallosso, H., Davies, M. J., Eborall, H., Edwardson, C., Gillett, M., Gray, L., Hardeman, W., Hill, S., Morton, K., Sutton, S., Troughton, J., Khunti, K.

(2015)

PRomotion Of Physical activity through structured Education with differing Levels of ongoing Support for people at high risk of type 2 diabetes (PROPELS): study protocol for a randomized controlled trial,

in Trials

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pp. 289

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Wood, C. E., Richardson, M., Johnston, M., Abraham, C., Francis, J., Hardeman, W., Michie, S.

(2015)

Applying the behaviour change technique (BCT) taxonomy v1: a study of coder training,

in Translational Behavioral Medicine

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(2)

pp. 134-148

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Pears, S., Morton, K., Bijker, M., Sutton, S., Hardeman, W.

(2015)

Development and feasibility study of very brief interventions for physical activity in primary care,

in BMC Public Health

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article no. 333

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Moore, G. F., Audrey, S., Barker, M., Bond, L., Bonell, C., Hardeman, W., Moore, L., O'Cathain, A., Tinati, T., Wight, D., Baird, J.

(2015)

Process evaluation of complex interventions: Medical Research Council guidance,

in BMJ

350

pp. h1258

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Hankonen, N., Sutton, S., Prevost, A. T., Simmons, R. K., Griffin, S. J., Kinmonth, A. L., Hardeman, W.

(2015)

Which behavior change techniques are associated with changes in physical activity, diet and body mass index in people with recently diagnosed diabetes?,

in Annals of Behavioral Medicine

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(1)

pp. 7-17

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Sutton, S., Kinmonth, A. L., Hardeman, W., Hughes, D., Boase, S., Prevost, A. T., Kellar, I., Graffy, J., Griffin, S., Farmer, A.

(2014)

Does electronic monitoring influence adherence to medication?: Randomized controlled trial of measurement reactivity,

in Annals of Behavioral Medicine

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(3)

pp. 293–299

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