Elise Crayton

Elise Crayton


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Research interests

Psychological determinants of treatment adherence/ health care utilisation

  • My current work is focused on identifying the psychological determinants that influence medication adherence behaviour in stroke survivors.

Understanding Health-related behaviour change and applying health psycholgy theory 

  • The next step in my research will be to apply health psychology theory to understanding the determinants of health-related behaviour and utilising this in intrvention design to promote behaviour change.

Biographical details

I started my PhD in October 2014 within the Division of Health and Social Care at King's College London. The thesis I am working on is focused on developing a novel and feasible intervention to promote medication adherence behaviour in stroke survivors. My previous educational background (completing a BSc in Psychology and a MSc in Health psychology), as well as previous work roles as assistant psychologists working both clincally and conducting research, have given me good foundations for this PhD and furture research or clinically based roles.

Education/Academic qualification

Master of Science, Creating and Testing a Teachable Moments Intervention. A Study Utilising Orthopaedic Surgery as a Tipping Point for Behaviour Change II, University of Surrey

Award Date: 1 Jan 2013

Bachelor of Science in Psychology, Eye Movements during Sentence Reading in a Case of Stargardt Disease, University of Southampton

Award Date: 1 Jan 2011


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