My interest is in behaviour change interventions, specifically breaking up and reducing sedentary time to improve health and well-being outcomes. I hold a BA in Psychology and a Masters in Sports Performance. My PhD thesis centred on the development of a sedentary workplace intervention for Bedfordshire Police staff using the Behaviour Change Wheel. Having worked in one-on-one health settings with clients over the years, I was motivated to complete a PhD where I could reach more people in real life settings, such as the workplace. Currently, I am the Research Assistant for the RESIT Study (REgulate your SItting Time). I'll be delivering an intervention to help those diagnosed with type 2 diabetes reduce their prolonged sitting with the aim of improving health outcomes.
Newest selected publications
Brierley, M. and Bailey, D. (2021) 'Perceived influences on reducing prolonged sitting in police staff: A qualitative investigation using the Theoretical Domains Framework and COM-B model'. BMC Public Health, 0 (in press).Open Access Link
Bailey, DP., Edwardson, CL., Pappas, Y., Dong, F., Hewson, DJ., Biddle, SJH., (2021) 'A randomised-controlled feasibility study of the REgulate your SItting Time (RESIT) intervention for reducing sitting time in individuals with Type 2 diabetes: study protocol'. Pilot and Feasibility Studies, 7 (1). pp. 1 - 11. ISSN: 2055-5784 Open Access Linket al.
Brierley, ML., Chater, AM., Smith, LR. and Bailey, DP. (2019) 'The Effectiveness of Sedentary Behaviour Reduction Workplace Interventions on Cardiometabolic Risk Markers: A Systematic Review'. Sports Medicine, 49 (11). pp. 1739 - 1767. ISSN: 0112-1642 Open Access Link
Ojo, SO., Bailey, DP., Brierley, ML., Hewson, DJ. and Chater, AM. (2019) 'Breaking barriers: using the behavior change wheel to develop a tailored intervention to overcome workplace inhibitors to breaking up sitting time'. BMC Public Health, 19 (1). pp. 1 - 17. ISSN: 1471-2458 Open Access Link
Blakeslee, ML. and Goff, DM. (2007) 'The Effects of a Mental Skills Training Package on Equestrians'. The Sport Psychologist, 21 (3). pp. 288 - 301. ISSN: 0888-4781