Rebecca Lawton mainly investigates Social psychology, Theory of planned behavior, Psychological intervention, Clinical psychology and Physical therapy. Her research investigates the connection between Social psychology and topics such as Intervention that intersect with problems in Health promotion. Her studies examine the connections between Theory of planned behavior and genetics, as well as such issues in Developmental psychology, with regards to Risk perception.
Her study explores the link between Clinical psychology and topics such as Cognition that cross with problems in Cognitive dissonance. Rebecca Lawton interconnects Randomized controlled trial and Behaviour change in the investigation of issues within Physical therapy. In her study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Behaviour change, Health services research is strongly linked to Management science.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Patient safety, Psychological intervention, Nursing, Intervention and Social psychology. Rebecca Lawton works mostly in the field of Psychological intervention, limiting it down to concerns involving Gerontology and, occasionally, Public health. In the subject of general Nursing, her work in Health administration, Health services research and Health informatics is often linked to Focus group and Thematic analysis, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
Her Health services research research incorporates themes from Quality, Evidence-based practice and Evidence-based medicine. Her Intervention research incorporates themes from Randomized controlled trial and Intensive care medicine. In her research on the topic of Social psychology, Developmental psychology is strongly related with Theory of planned behavior.
Rebecca Lawton spends much of her time researching Patient safety, Psychological intervention, Medical education, Intervention and Thematic analysis. Her study in Patient safety is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both CINAHL, Emergency medicine, Cronbach's alpha, PsycINFO and Acute care. In the field of Psychological intervention, her study on Behaviour change overlaps with subjects such as Applied research.
Her studies in Behaviour change integrate themes in fields like Physical therapy and Stroke survivor. Her Intervention study necessitates a more in-depth grasp of Nursing. Rebecca Lawton has researched Quality in several fields, including Content validity, Health services research, Multimethodology, Psychological research and Data science.
Rebecca Lawton mainly focuses on Intervention, Psychological intervention, Nursing, Patient safety and Health administration. Her research ties Physical therapy and Intervention together. Her Psychological intervention study incorporates themes from Stroke and Stroke survivor.
Her research in the fields of CINAHL overlaps with other disciplines such as Qualitative property. She combines subjects such as Teamwork and Social learning with her study of Patient safety. She has included themes like Nursing research, Educational leadership, Implementation research, Mental health and International health in her Health administration study.
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Making psychological theory useful for implementing evidence based practice: a consensus approach
S Michie;M Johnston;Charles Abraham;R Lawton.
Quality & Safety in Health Care (2005)
Prospective prediction of health-related behaviours with the Theory of Planned Behaviour: a meta-analysis
Rosemary Robin Charlotte McEachan;Mark Conner;Natalie Jayne Taylor;Rebecca Jane Lawton.
Health Psychology Review (2011)
A guide to using the Theoretical Domains Framework of behaviour change to investigate implementation problems
Lou Atkins;Jill J Francis;Jill J Francis;Rafat Islam;Denise O'Connor.
Implementation Science (2017)
The Role of Affect in Predicting Social Behaviors: The Case of Road Traffic Violations
Rebecca Lawton;Dianne Parker;Antony S. R. Manstead;Stephen G. Stradling.
Journal of Applied Social Psychology (1997)
Organizational controls and safety: The varieties of rule‐related behaviour
Dianne Parker;Rebecca Lawton.
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology (1998)
Desire or reason: predicting health behaviors from affective and cognitive attitudes.
Rebecca Lawton;Mark Conner;Rosemary McEachan.
Health Psychology (2009)
Reviewing studies with diverse designs: the development and evaluation of a new tool
Reema Sirriyeh;Rebecca Lawton;Peter Gardner;Gerry Armitage.
Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice (2012)
Meta-Analysis of the Reasoned Action Approach (RAA) to Understanding Health Behaviors.
Rosemary McEachan;Natalie Taylor;Natalie Taylor;Reema Harrison;Rebecca Lawton.
Annals of Behavioral Medicine (2016)
Not working to rule: Understanding procedural violations at work
Safety Science (1998)
Development of an evidence-based framework of factors contributing to patient safety incidents in hospital settings: a systematic review
Rebecca Lawton;Rosemary R C McEachan;Sally J Giles;Reema Sirriyeh.
BMJ Quality & Safety (2012)
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