Publications

Here is the current list of my publications

  • Fordham B, Ji C, Hansen Z, Lall R, Lamb SE. Explaining How Cognitive Behavioural Approaches Work for Low Back Pain: Mediation Analysis of the Back Skills Training Trial. Spine, 2017, Jan:10 (epub ahead of print).
  • Hall A, Richmond H, Copsey B, Hansen Z, Williamson E, Jones G, Fordham B, Cooper Z, Lamb S. Physiotherapist-delivered cognitive-behavioural interventions are effective for low back pain, but can they be replicated in clinical practice? A systematic review. Disability and Rehabilitation, 2016, Nov:21 (epub ahead of print).
  • Richmond H, Hall AM, Hansen Z, Williamson E, Davies D, Lamb SE. Mixed methods evaluation to assess the feasibility of online clinical training in evidence based interventions: a case study of cognitive behavioural treatment for low back pain. BMC Medical Education, 2016, 16:163.
  • Richmond H, Hall AM, Copsey B, Hansen Z, Williamson E, Hoxey-Thomas N, Cooper Z, Lamb SE. The Effectiveness of Cognitive Behavioural Treatment for Non-Specific Low Back Pain: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. PLoS One. 2015 Aug 5;10(8).
  • Hansen Z, The competence of physiotherapists to deliver a cognitive behavioural approach for low back pain, 2014, PhD Thesis, University of Warwick
  • Knox CR, Lall R, Hansen Z, Lamb SE, Treatment compliance and effectiveness of a cognitive behavioural intervention for low back pain: a complier average causal effect approach to the BeST data set, BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders, 2014,15:17
  • Lamb SE, Mistry D, Lall R, Hansen Z, Evans D, Withers EJ, Underwood MR; Back Skills Training Trial Group. Group cognitive behavioural interventions for low back pain in primary care: extended follow-up of the Back Skills Training Trial (ISRCTN54717854). Pain, 2012, 153(2), 494-501
  • Hansen Z, Daykin A, Lamb SE, A cognitive-behavioural programme for the management of low back pain in primary care: A description and justification of the intervention used in the Back Skills Training Trial (BeST; ISRCTN 54717854) Physiotherapy, 96, (2010) 87-94
  • Lamb SE, Hansen Z, Lall R, Castelnuovo E, Withers EJ, Nichols V, Potter R, Underwood MR. Group cognitive behavioural treatment for low-back pain in primary care: a randomised controlled trial and cost effectiveness analysis, The Lancet, 375; 9718, (2010)916-923
  • Lamb SE, Lall R, Hansen Z, Castelnuovo E, Withers EJ, Nichols V, et al. A multi-centred randomised controlled trial of a primary care based cognitive behavioural program for low back pain. The Back Skills Training Trial - "BeST" ISRCTN37807450. Health Technology Assessment (In press).
  • Williamson E, Williams M, Hansen Z, Joseph S, Lamb SE, Development and delivery of a physiotherapy intervention for the early management of whiplash injuries: The Managing Injuries of Neck Trial (MINT) Intervention, Physiotherapy Volume 95, Issue 1, 2009, 15-23
  • Lamb SE, Lall R, Hansen Z, Withers E, Griffiths F, Szczepura A, Barlow J, Underwood MR and On behalf of the Back Skills Training Trial (BeST) Team, 2007 Design considerations in a clinical trial of a cognitive behavioural intervention for the management of low back pain in primary care: Back Skills Training Trial, BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders 8:14
  • Saxty, M. & Hansen, Z. 2005 Group Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, a pilot study, Behavioral and Cognitive Psychotherapy, 33 pp311-18
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