There follows a full list of my peer-reviewed publications. If you click on the title, it should link you through to the publisher’s website so that you can read the full abstract. If you’re having problems accessing a paper that you’d like to read, please let me know.
Hulbert-Williams L, Hulbert-Williams N, Nicholls W, Hochard K, Williamson S & Poonia J (2017). Ultra-brief non-expert-delivered Acceptance and Commitment Training exercises for food cravings. Journal of Health Psychology, online first access.
Swash B, Bramwell R & Hulbert-Williams N. (2017). Unmet supportive care needs and psychological distress in haematological cancer survivors: the moderating role of psychological flexibility. Journal of Contextual Behavioural Science, online first access.
Hulbert-Williams N, Plumpton C, Flowers P, McHugh R, Neal R, Semlyen J & Storey L (2017). The cancer care experiences of gay, lesbian and bisexual patients: A secondary analysis of data from the UK Cancer Patient Experience Survey. European Journal of Cancer Care, online first access.
Brett J, Fenlon D, Boulton M, Hulbert-Williams N, Walter F, Donnelly P, Lavery B, Morgan A, Morris C & Watson E. (2016). Factors associated with intentional and unintentional non-adherence to adjuvant endocrine therapy following breast cancer. European Journal of Cancer Care, online first access.
Swash B, Hulbert-Williams N & Bramwell R (2016). “Haematological cancers, they’re a funny bunch”: A qualitative study of haematological cancer patient experiences of unmet supportive care needs. Journal of Health Psychology, online first access.
Nicholls W, Patterson P, McDonald F & Hulbert-Williams N (2016). Unmet needs in young adults with a parent with chronic illness: a mixed method investigation and measure development study. Scandinavian Journal of the Caring Sciences, 31(1), 191-200.
Flynn S, Hulbert-Williams NJ, Hulbert-Williams L & Bramwell R (2016). “You don’t know what’s wrong with you”: An exploration of cancer-related experiences in individuals with an intellectual disability. Psycho-Oncology, 25(10), 1198-1205
Hulbert-Williams L, Hochard K, Hulbert-Williams N, Archer R, Nicholls W & Wilson K (2016). Contextual behavioural coaching: A scientifically coherent model for supporting behaviour change. International Journal of Coaching Psychology, 11(2), 142-154.
Wells M, King E, Toft K, MacAulay F, Patterson J, Dougall N, Hulbert-Williams N, Boa S, Slaven E, Cowie J, McGarva J, Niblock P, Philp J & Roe J. (2016). Development and feasibility of a Swallowing intervention Package (SiP) for patients receiving radiotherapy treatment for head and neck cancer – the SiP study protocol. BMC Pilot and Feasibility Studies, 2(40).
Plaskocinska I, Shipman, H, Drummond J, Thompson E, Sagoo G, Newcombe B, Barter E, Ridley P, Ng R, Miller S, Thompson F, Dunn A, Licence V, Webb H, Hodgkin C, Tee Tan L, Daley M, Ayers S, Rufford B, Parkinson C, Earl H, Duncan T, Pharoah P, Abbs S, Hulbert-Williams N, Crawford R, Brenton J & Tischkowitz M (2016). New paradigms for BRCA1/BRCA2 testing in women with ovarian cancer – results of the Genetic Testing in Epithelial Ovarian Cancer (GTEOC) Study. Journal of Medical Genetics, 53(10), 655-661.
Hulbert-Williams N & Storey L (2016). Psychological flexibility correlates with patient-reported outcomes independent of clinical or sociodemographic characteristics. Supportive Care in Cancer, 24(6), 2513-2521.
Hulbert-Williams N (2016). Supporting cancer patients with anxiety. Nursing in Practice, 88.
Wakefield C, Butow P, Aaronson N, Hack T, Hulbert-Williams N & Jacobsen P, on behalf of the IPOS Research Committee (2015). Patient-reported depression measures in cancer: A meta-review. Lancet Psychiatry, 2(7), 635-647.
Flynn S, Hulbert-Williams L, Bramwell R, Stevens-Gill D & Hulbert-Williams N (2015). Caring for cancer patients with an intellectual disability: attitudes and care perceptions of UK oncology nurses. European Journal of Oncology Nursing, 19(5), 568-574.
Jones J, Kane P, Polson R, Humphry R, Leslie S, Hulbert-Williams N, Simard S, Ozakinci G & Hubbard G. Protocol for a systematic review of screening tools for fear of recurrent illness in common life-threatening diseases. BMC Systematic Reviews, 4(10).
Wright C, Harvie M, Howell A, Evans G, Hulbert-Williams N & Donnelly L (2015). Beliefs about weight and breast cancer: An interview study with high risk women following a 12 month weight loss intervention. Hereditary Cancer in Clinical Practice, 13(1).
Flynn S, Hulbert-Williams N, Hulbert-Williams L & Bramwell R (2015). Psychosocial experiences of chronic illness in individuals with an intellectual disability: A systematic review of the literature. Journal of Intellectual Disabilities, 19(2), 178-194.
Hulbert-Williams N, Storey L & Wilson K (2015). Psychological interventions for patients with cancer: Psychological flexibility and the potential utility of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. European Journal of Cancer Care, 24(1), 15-27.
Nicholls W, Hulbert-Williams N & Bramwell R (2014). The role of relationship attachment in psychological adjustment to cancer in patients and their spouses: a systematic review of the literature. Psycho-Oncology 23, 1083-1095.
Swash B, Hulbert-Williams N, & Bramwell R (2014). Unmet psychosocial needs in haematological cancer: A systematic review. Supportive Care in Cancer, 22(4), 1131-1141.
Walker K & Hulbert-Williams N (2014). Exploring the internal conflict between attitudinal support for organ donation and implementing action to join the Organ Donor Register. Health Psychology Update 23 (1).
Eccles S, Aboagye E, Alis S…Hulbert-Williams N et al. (2013). Critical research gaps and translational priorities for the successful prevention and treatment of breast cancer. Breast Cancer Research, 15(5).
Flynn S, Hulbert-Williams N, Tytherleigh M, Roberts S, Wilkinson H & Taylor E (2013). Living Life after Cancer Treatment: A Cancer Survivorship Support Group Evaluation. Chester Research Online, 2.
Hulbert-Williams L, Nicholls W, Joy J & Hulbert-Williams N (2013). Initial validation of the Mindful Eating Scale. Mindfulness, 5(6), 719-729.
Hains C & Hulbert-Williams N. (2013). Attitudes toward euthanasia and physician-assisted suicide: A study of the multivariate effects of healthcare training, religion and locus of control. Journal of Medical Ethics, 29(1), 713-716.
Hulbert-Williams N, Morrison V, Neal R & Wilkinson C (2013). Investigating the cognitive precursors of emotional response to cancer stress: Re-testing Lazarus’s Transactional Model. British Journal of Health Psychology 18(1), 97-121.
Watson E, Rose P, Neal R, Hulbert-Williams N, Donnolly P, Hubbard G, Elliot J, Campbell C, Weller D & Wilkinson C. (2012). Personalised cancer follow-up: risk stratification, needs assessment or both? British Journal of Cancer, 106, 1-5.
Hulbert-Williams N, Neal R, Morrison V, Hood K & Wilkinson C. (2012). Anxiety depression and quality of life after cancer diagnosis: What psychosocial variables best predict how patients adjust. Psycho-Oncology, 21(8), 857-867.
Hulbert-Williams N, Hulbert-Williams L, Morrison V, Neal R & Wilkinson C. (2012). The Mini-MAC Scale: Re-analysis of its psychometric properties in a sample of 160 mixed cancer patients. Psycho-Oncology, 21(7), 792-797.
Hulbert-Williams N (2010). Facilitating collaborative learning using online wikis: An evaluation of their application within postgraduate psychology teaching. Psychology Learning and Teaching Journal, 9 (1) 45-51.
Edwards A, Hulbert-Williams N, & Neal R (2008). Psychological interventions for women with metastatic breast cancer (Review). Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, 2008 (2).
Hulbert-Williams N, Hulbert-Williams L, McIlroy D, & Bunting B (2008). Anxiety in recovery from severe burn injury: An experimental comparison. Psychology, Health & Medicine, 31 (2), 162-167.
Pasterfield D, Wilkinson C, Finlay I, Neal R, & Hulbert N (2006). GP’s views on changing the law on physician-assisted suicide and euthanasia, and willingness to prescribe or inject lethal drugs: a survey from Wales. British Journal of General Practice, 56 (527), 450-452.
Hulbert N & Morrison V (2006). A preliminary study into stress in palliative care: Optimism, self-efficacy and social support. Psychology, Health & Medicine, 11 (2), 246-254.