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Lindsey Burns is a chartered psychologist with research interests in the areas of coaching psychology, environmental psychology, and health and wellbeing. She is also interested in the professional development of undergraduate students, an area linking coaching psychology with employability and career development. She has been a lecturer at Glasgow Caledonian University since 2001, and before that she was the Research Fellow for the Scottish Network for Chronic Pain Research. Following her honours degree in psychology she undertook an MSc in occupational psychology and a PhD investigating risk behaviours in nurses. She is a Member of the BPS Special Group for Coaching Psychology, a member of the International Society for Coaching Psychology, and a member of the Association of Business Psychologists. She has qualified with the Coaching Academy in both ‘Personal’ and ‘Corporate and Executive’ coaching.
Currently teaching on the following courses:
- Level 1: Employability and Career Development
- Level 2: Introduction to Organisational Psychology
- Level 2: Political and Environmental Psychology
- Level 2: Health Issues in Psychology
- Level 4: Coaching Psychology
- Level 4: Empirical Project Supervisor
Publications (some publications are under her maiden name of Carroll)
- Gillon, E., Burns, L., and Jansen, R. (in preparation) The role of formulation in coaching psychology.
- Gillon, E., and Burns, L. (in preparation) How to succeeding in your therapy training. Palgrave Macmillan.
- Burns, L., and Gillon, E. (2011) Developing a teaching agenda for coaching psychology in undergraduate programmes. The Coaching Psychologist, 7 (2), 90-98.
- Watson, M., Jones, D., and Burns, L. (2007) Internet research: ethical considerations in using archived e mails. International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, 14 (9), 396 - 403.
- Burns, L.J. and Knussen, C. (2005) False consensus and accuracy of perceptions of nurses regarding universal precaution practices. Psychology, Health and Medicine, 10 (4), 344-355.
- Whyte, A., and Carroll, L.J. (2004) The role of catastrophising in disability following limb amputation. Disability and Rehabilitation, accepted.
- Whyte, A., and Carroll, L.J. (2004) Post-amputation pain: Prosthetic implications. Clinical Journal of Pain. Paper submitted.
- Carroll, L., and Whyte, A. (2003) Predicting chronic back pain sufferers’ intention to exercise. British Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, 10 (2), 53-58.
- Whyte, A., and Carroll, L. (2002) A preliminary examination of the relationship between employment pain and disability in an amputee population. Disability and Rehabilitation, 24 (9), 462-470.
- Knussen, C., and Carroll, L. (2002) An investigation of nurses’ adherence to universal precautions. Journal of Applied Health Behaviour, 4 (1 & 2), 15-21.
- Carroll, L. and Knussen, C. (2001) The perception of risk of HIV infection among Scottish nurses: The roles of attitudes, knowledge and fear of contagion. Journal of Applied Health Behaviour, 3 (1), 10-15.
- Forbes, D., Wrennall, M., and Carroll, L. (2003) Developing a voluntary work/mentoring scheme to support students on an undergraduate programme in psychology costs and benefits; a report of work in progress. 2nd International Conference for the Centre for Research into Lifelong Learning. Experiential - Community Workbased: Researching learning outside the academy, 27th-29th June.
- Watson, M., Carroll, L., Martin, D., and Jones, D. (2003) Internet based pain research: An analysis of key concerns of individuals with repetitive strain injury (RSI) identified from e mail discussions. 4th congress of EFIC the European federation of the International Association for the Study of Pain Chapters: Pain in Europe IV, Prague, Czech Republic, 2nd-6th September.
- Whyte, A., and Carroll, L. (2002) An exploration of pain associated with amputation and prosthetic use. Poster presentation at the 10th World Congress on Pain for the International Association for the Study of Pain, San Diego, August 17-22.
- Carroll, L. (2001) Factors predicting back pain sufferers intentions to exercise: An application of the Theory of Planned Behaviour. Poster presentation at the 2nd World Congress of the World Institute of Pain: Pain in the 121st Century, June 27-30, Istanbul, Turkey.
- Whyte, A., and Carroll, L. (2001) Catastrophising and disability in an amputee population. Poster presentation at The Pain Society Annual Scientific Meeting, York, March 27th-30th.
- Carroll, L. (2000) Employment, pain and rehabilitation in an amputee population. Poster presentation at the Third Congress of the European Federation of IASP Chapters. Nice, France, September 26th - 29th.