​Research Publications in Peer-Reviewed Journals 

  1. Windgassen, S., Sweeney, L., Artom, M., Norton, C., Moss-Morris, R., (in press) A novel digital self-management intervention for symptoms of fatigue, pain and urgency in Inflammatory Bowel Disease (BOOST): Describing the process of development. Journal of Formative Research

  2. Poulter, H., Eberhardt, J., Moore, H., & Windgassen, S. (2022). “Bottom of the Pile”: Health Behaviors within the Context of In-work Poverty in North East England. Journal of Poverty, 1-20.

  3. McCrone, P., Everitt, H., Landau, S., Little, P., Bishop, F.L., O’Reilly, G., Sibelli, A., Holland, R., Hughes, S., Windgassen, S. and Goldsmith, K., (2021). Cost-effectiveness of therapist delivered cognitive behavioural therapy and web-based self-management in irritable bowel syndrome: the ACTIB randomised trial. BMC gastroenterology, 21(1), pp.1-13.

  4. Fawson, S., Dibley, L., Smith, K., Batista, J., Artom, M., Windgassen, S., Syred, J., Moss-Morris, R. and Norton, C., (2021). Developing an Online Program for Self-Management of Fatigue, Pain, and Urgency in Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Patients’ Needs and Wants. Digestive Diseases and Sciences, pp.1-14.

  5. Windgassen, S. & McKernan., L (2020) Cognition, Emotion and the Bladder: Psychosocial Factors in Interstitial Cystitis/Bladder Pain Syndrome. Current Bladder Dysfunction Reports.

  6. Dibley, L., Khoshaba, B., Artom, M., Van Loo, V., Sweeney, L., Syred, J., Windgassen, S., Moffat, G & Norton, C. (2020). Patient Strategies for Managing the Vicious Cycle of Fatigue, Pain and Urgency in Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Impact, Planning and Support. Digestive Diseases and Sciences, 1-13

  7. Hughes, S., Sibelli, A., Everitt, H.A., Moss-Morris, R., Chalder, T., Harvey, J.M., Falcao, A.V., Landau, S., O'Reilly, G., Windgassen, S. and Holland, R., (2020). Patients’ Experiences of Telephone-Based and Web-Based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Irritable Bowel Syndrome: Longitudinal Qualitative Study. Journal of medical Internet research, 22(11), p.e18691

  8. Everitt, H., Landau, S., O’Reilly, G., Sibelli, A., Hughes, S., Windgassen, S., ... & Goldsmith, K. (2019). Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) for irritable bowel syndrome (IBS): 24 month follow-up of ACTIB trial participants. The Lancet Gastroenterology & Hepatology.

  9. Everitt, H. A., Landau, S., O’Reilly, G., Sibelli, A., Hughes, S., Windgassen, S., ... & Goldsmith, K. (2019). Assessing telephone-delivered cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) and web-delivered CBT versus treatment as usual in irritable bowel syndrome (ACTIB): a multicentre randomized trial. Gut.

  10. Windgassen, S., Moss-Morris, R., Goldsmith, K., & Chalder, T (2019) Key mechanisms of cognitive behavioural therapy for irritable bowel syndrome: The importance of gastrointestinal specific cognitions, behaviours and general anxiety. Journal of Psychosomatic Research.

  11. Windgassen, S., Moss-Morris, R., Goldsmith, K., & Chalder, T (2018) The importance of cluster analysis for enhancing clinical practice: An example from irritable bowel syndrome. Journal of Mental Health 27(2):94-96. DOI: 10.1080/09638237.2018.1437615

  12. Windgassen, S., Moss-Morris, R., Everritt, HE., Sibelli, A., Goldsmith, K., & Chalder, T (2019) Cognitive and behavioural differences between irritable bowel syndrome subtypes & other psychosocial associations. Behavour Therapy. DOI 10.1016/j.beth.2018.09.006

  13. Windgassen, S., Moss-Morris, R., Goldsmith, K., & Chalder, T (in review) The distinction in illness-related behaviours & other psychological factors between Irritable Bowel Syndrome subtypes. British Association of Behaviour and Cognitive Therapy

  14. Windgassen, S., Moss-Morris, R., Goldsmith, K., Chilcot, J., Sibelli, A., & Chalder, T. (2017) The Journey Between Brain and Gut: A systematic review of psychological mechanisms of treatment effect in Irritable Bowel Syndrome. British Journal of Health Psychology. 22(4):701-736. doi: 10.1111/bjhp.12250

  15. Windgassen, S., Goldsmith, K., Moss-Morris, R., & Chalder, T. (2016). Establishing how psychological therapies work: the importance of mediation analysis. Journal of Mental Health 25(2):93-9. doi: 10.3109/09638237.2015.1124400.

  16. Sibelli, A., Moss-Morris, R., Chalder, T., Bishop, F. L., Windgassen, S., & Everitt, H. (2018). Patients’ perspectives on GP interactions after cognitive behavioural therapy for refractory IBS: a qualitative study in UK primary and secondary care. Br J Gen Pract, 68(674), e654-e662.

  17. Sibelli, A., Chalder, T., Everitt, H., Workman, P., Windgassen, S., & Moss-Morris, R. (2016). A systematic review with meta-analysis of the role of anxiety and depression in irritable bowel syndrome onset. Psychological medicine, 46(15), 3065.

  18. Wade, D. F., Moon, Z., Windgassen, S. S., Harrison, A. M., Morris, L., & Weinman, J. A. (2016). Non-pharmacological interventions to reduce ICU-related psychological distress: a systematic review. Minerva anestesiologica, 82(4), 465-478.

  19. Bogosian, A., Chadwick, P., Windgassen, S., Norton, S., McCrone, P., Mosweu, I. & Moss-Morris, R. (2015). Distress improves after mindfulness training for progressive MS: A pilot randomised trial. Multiple Sclerosis Journal, 21(9), 1184-1194.

  20. Ryan, C., Bergin, M., Titze, S., Ruf, W., Kunz, S., Mazza, R., Chalder, T., Windgassen, S., & Wells, J. S. (2017). Managing the Process of International Collaboration in Online Course Development: A Case-Example Involving Higher Education Institutions in Ireland, Switzerland, Austria, and the United Kingdom. Innovative Higher Education, 1-12.

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Co-authored Therapeutic Manuals

1. Regul8: A self management programme for IBS. Patient Manual. Moss-Morris, R., Sibelli, A., Windgassen, S., Didsbury, L., & Chalder, T.

2. Regul8: A self management programme for IBS. Therapist Manual. Moss-Morris, R., Sibelli, A., Windgassen, S., Didsbury, L., & Chalder, T.

3. IBD-BOOST cognitive behavioural online intervention for inflammatory bowel disease

Moss-Morris, R., Artom, M., Windgassen, S., Sweeney, L., & Norton, C.