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Mark Savill
Qualifications

2006, M.Res. Psychological Research Methods, University of Sussex
2003, B.Sc. Psychology, University of Hertfordshire

Position

Researcher / Trial Manager

Research projects and interests

  • Effectiveness of Body Psychotherapy in the treatment of Negative Symptoms of schizophrenia (NESS) 
  •  Evaluating novel mental health treatments
  • PhD Thesis: The stability of negative symptoms in schizophrenia, their assessments, and factors which may facilitate change.

Publications

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

Katsakou C., Marougka S., Savill M., White H., Barnicot K. & Priebe S. (in press). Recovery in Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD): A Qualitative study of service users' perspectives. PLoS One. 

Savill M., Jankovic J., Katsakou C., Kallert T., & Priebe S. (2012).  Symptom levels and initial appraisal of hospital treatment in patients with schizophrenia. Psychiatry Research. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.psychres.2012.04.011

Davis, D., Corrin-Pendry, S., Savill, M. Doherty, C. (2011). An outcome evaluation study of psycho-education course delivered in a primary care setting. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research. 11: 213-219.

Davis, D., Corrin-Pendry, S., Savill, M. A follow-up study of the long-term effects of counselling in a primary care psychology service (2008) Counselling and Psychotherapy Research, 8: 80-84.

 
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