Miss Claire Matrunola

  • Research Assistant (Mental Health & Wellbeing)

telephone: 0141 330 4948
email: Claire.Matrunola@glasgow.ac.uk

Biography

Claire Matrunola joined the Institute of Mental Health and Wellbeing in January 2016 as a Research Assistant with the NRS Mental Health Network.  Claire works on a range of studies including clinical trials for depression in children and adolescents, adults who are considered to be 'at risk' of developing psychosis, SafeTel, and EMPOWER which uses digital technology for the monitoring of early warning signs of relapse in schizophrenia.

Research interests

Miss Matrunola's research investigated neurocognition along with social and occupational functioning in young adults who are at clinical high risk for developing psychosis.

Publications

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Number of items: 4.

2021

Allan, S. et al. (2021) Perspectives of trial staff on the barriers to recruitment in a digital intervention for psychosis and how to work around them: qualitative study within a trial. JMIR Human Factors, 8(1), e2405. (doi: 10.2196/24055) (PMID:33666555) (PMCID:PMC7980120)

Jamieson, M. K., Alderson-Day, B., Allan, S., Brand, R., Gumley, A. , Hart, A., Matrunola, C. and Thomas, N. (2021) Reply to Clifford, G., Dalgleish, T. and Hitchcock, C., 2018. Prevalence of auditory pseudohallucinations in adult survivors of physical and sexual trauma with chronic post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Behaviour research and therapy, 111, pp.113–118. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 137, 103789. (doi: 10.1016/j.brat.2020.103789) (PMID:33387872)

2020

Gumley, A. et al. (2020) Early signs monitoring to prevent relapse in psychosis and promote well-being, engagement, and recovery: protocol for a feasibility cluster randomized controlled trial harnessing mobile phone technology blended with peer support. JMIR Research Protocols, 9(1), e15058. (doi: 10.2196/15058) (PMID:31917372)

Haining, K., Matrunola, C., Mitchell, L., Gajwani, R. , Gross, J. , Gumley, A. I. , Lawrie, S. M., Schwannauer, M., Schultze-Lutter, F. and Uhlhaas, P. J. (2020) Neuropsychological deficits in participants at clinical high risk for psychosis recruited from the community: relationships to functioning and clinical symptoms. Psychological Medicine, 50(1), pp. 77-85. (doi: 10.1017/S0033291718003975) (PMID:30862319)

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Number of items: 4.

Articles

Allan, S. et al. (2021) Perspectives of trial staff on the barriers to recruitment in a digital intervention for psychosis and how to work around them: qualitative study within a trial. JMIR Human Factors, 8(1), e2405. (doi: 10.2196/24055) (PMID:33666555) (PMCID:PMC7980120)

Jamieson, M. K., Alderson-Day, B., Allan, S., Brand, R., Gumley, A. , Hart, A., Matrunola, C. and Thomas, N. (2021) Reply to Clifford, G., Dalgleish, T. and Hitchcock, C., 2018. Prevalence of auditory pseudohallucinations in adult survivors of physical and sexual trauma with chronic post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Behaviour research and therapy, 111, pp.113–118. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 137, 103789. (doi: 10.1016/j.brat.2020.103789) (PMID:33387872)

Gumley, A. et al. (2020) Early signs monitoring to prevent relapse in psychosis and promote well-being, engagement, and recovery: protocol for a feasibility cluster randomized controlled trial harnessing mobile phone technology blended with peer support. JMIR Research Protocols, 9(1), e15058. (doi: 10.2196/15058) (PMID:31917372)

Haining, K., Matrunola, C., Mitchell, L., Gajwani, R. , Gross, J. , Gumley, A. I. , Lawrie, S. M., Schwannauer, M., Schultze-Lutter, F. and Uhlhaas, P. J. (2020) Neuropsychological deficits in participants at clinical high risk for psychosis recruited from the community: relationships to functioning and clinical symptoms. Psychological Medicine, 50(1), pp. 77-85. (doi: 10.1017/S0033291718003975) (PMID:30862319)

This list was generated on Thu Oct 28 05:56:07 2021 BST.