MSc Health Psychology:
Psychological Interventions and Behaviour Change (Module leader)
Application of Health Psychology Models
Applied Research Methods in Health Psychology 1
Applied Research Methods in Health Psychology 2
Level 6 Clinical Health Psychology in Practice (Module leader)
Current research includes:
- Children’s compensatory reasoning
- Emotion regulation
- Experience of caring for people with dementia
- Physical activity
Atiya is currently supervising the following PhD programmes of research:
- Develop a theory-based behaviour change intervention for health care professionals in Oman to promote physical activity in patients with type 2 diabetes
- A programme of research that evaluates the effectiveness of UK military health briefs in reducing non-battle disease injury
- A qualitative exploration of health care professionals experience of ‘recovery’.
Garip, G., & Kamal, A. (2019). Systematic review and meta-synthesis of copying with retinitis pigmentosa: implications for improving quality of life. BMC ophthalmology, 19(1), 181
Tatsi, E., Kamal, A., Turvill, A., & Holler, R. (2019). Impulsivity, Emotion Dysregulation and Loneliness as predictors of Food Addiction. Journal of Health and Social Sciences.
Nichols, V.P., Ellard, D.R, Griffiths, F. E., Kamal, A., Underwood, M., Taylor, S. J. C. (2017). A systematic review and qualitative synthesis of the lived experience of chronic headache and its treatment. BMJ Open
Robertson, W., Fleming, J., Kamal, A., Hamborg, T., Khan, K. A., Griffiths, F., Stewart-Brown, S., Stallard, N., Petrou, S., Simkiss, D.E., Harrison, E., Kim, S.W., & Thorogood, M. (2016). Randomised controlled trial and economic evaluation of the ‘Families for Health’ programme to reduce obesity in children. Archives of Disease in Childhood.
Robertson, W., Fleming, J., Kamal, A., Hamborg, T., Khan, K. A., Griffiths, F., Stallard, N., Petrou, S., Simkiss, D.E., & Harrison, E. (2016). Randomised controlled trial evaluating the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of ‘Families for Health’, a family-based childhood obesity treatment intervention. Health Technology Assessment.
Fleming, J., Kamal, A., Harrison, E., Hamborg, T., Stewart-Brown, S., Thorogood, M., Griffiths, F. & Robertson, W. (2015). Evaluation of recruitment methods for a trial targeting childhood obesity: Families for Health randomised controlled trial. Trials, 16(1), 1-10.
Kamal. A. (2010). Health Promotion: A Psychosocial Approach. Social Psychological Review, 12 (1)