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Kirsten Barnicot
Qualifications

2007 BA Experimental Psychology, Oxford University

Position

Post-doctoral research assistant

Research projects and interests

  • Financial incentives to improve adherence to anti-psychotic maintenance medication in non-adherent patients – a cluster randomised controlled trial [HTA]
  • Inpatient and clinician perspectives on constant observation: a qualitative study
  • The role of skills use, common factors and social support in dialectical behaviour therapy for borderline personality disorder [NIHR Doctoral Research Fellowship]
  • The effectiveness and cost effectiveness of dialectical behaviour therapy for self-harming patients with personality disorder: a pragmatic randomised controlled trial [NIHR Research for Patient Benefit]

Publications

Barnicot, K., Katsakou, C., Bhatti, N., Savill, M., Fearns, N. & Priebe, S. (2012). Factors predicting the outcome of psychotherapy for borderline personality disorder: a systematic review. Clinical Psychology Review 32(1), 400-412.

Priebe, S., Bhatti, N., Barnicot, K., Bremner, S., Gaglia, A., Katsakou, C., Molosankwe, I., McCrone, P. , Zinkler, M. (2012). Effectiveness and cost effectiveness of dialectical behaviour therapy for self-harming patients with personality disorder: a pragmatic randomised controlled trial. Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics, 81, 356-365.

Katsakou, C., Marougka, S., Savill, M., White, H., Barnicot, K. & Priebe, S. (2012). Recovery in Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD): a Qualitative Study of Service Users' Perspectives. PLOS One [in press].

Barnicot, K.,  Katsakou, C., Marougka, C., Priebe, S. (2011). Treatment completion in psychotherapy for borderline personality disorder: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica 123(5), 327-338.

Priebe, S., Barnicot, K., McCabe, R., Kiejna, A., Nawka, P., Raboch, J.,  Schützwohl, M. & Kallert, T. Patients’ subjective initial response and the outcome of inpatient and day hospital treatment. European Psychiatry 26(7), 403-418.

 
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