Maggie Lawrence

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https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1685-4639
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behaviour change,

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family centred,

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systematic review methods,

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self mangement,

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secondary prevention,

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lifestyle risk factors,

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patient centred,

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stroke,

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young adults with neurological disabilities,

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recurrent stroke

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Biography

Dr Maggie Lawrence’s research focus is on stroke; her current programme of stroke research is concerned with the role of lifestyle factor modification and stress management in the prevention of recurrent stroke. Using the Medical Research Council’s framework for the development and evaluation of complex interventions, this theoretically-informed programme is family-centred and adopts a self-management approach with the aim of maximising health and social participation outcomes. Maggie has recently been awarded a Stroke Association Senor Research Training Fellowship (Jan 2012 – Dec 2014), which will support the modelling and development, and testing of a family-centred behavioural intervention. Maggie has been engaged in a variety of knowledge transfer activities, and was invited to join the development group for SIGN guidelines 118 & 119 (published June 2010) and the development group for the NHS QIS Best Practice Statement, Pain Management following Acute Stroke

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