Dr. Nicola M Gray

Associate Director (Programmes and Evaluation)/ Senior Lecturer

Address:

School of Nursing and Health Sciences
11 Airlie Place
Dundee
DD1 4HJ

Phone Number:

+(44) 01382 38195

Email Address:

n.y.gray@dundee.ac.uk

Research

Nicola Gray is the Scottish Improvement Science Collaborating Centre (SISCC) Programme Manager and a Senior Lecturer at the University of Dundee, College of Medicine, Dentistry and Nursing. She has a BA (Hons) in Business Studies and a PhD in Medicine and Therapeutics.

Nicola is an experienced health services researcher with expertise in the practical application of quantitative and qualitative research methodologies, particularly those relevant to the health services research. She has experience in developing patient outcome measures, qualitative interviewing and focus groups, systematic reviewing, randomised controlled trials, complex intervention development and the management of multi-centre projects.

Nicola’s research to date has primarily focussed on women’s health and cancer research particularly symptoms and early diagnosis, and follow-up and after care. She has a keen interest in developing patient reported outcome measures and interventions to improve health and reduce inequalities.

Future research areas of interest include enhancing the evidence base around improvement science, particularly to the development and evaluation of improvement methods.

In 2010, she successfully secured one of eight competitive yearly places on the International Primary Care Research Leadership programme hosted by the Department of Primary Care Health Sciences at the University of Oxford. She is a member of Cohort 6, which includes clinical and non-clinical academics from the UK, the Netherlands and Tasmania. 

She is an experienced project manager and is a PRINCE 2 practitioner.

Publications

2014

Linda Sharp, Seonaidh Cotton, Margaret Cruickshank, Nicola M Gray, Kirsten Harrild, Louise Smart, Leslie G Walker,  Julian Little on behalf of the TOMBOLA Group. The unintended consequences of cervical screening: distress in women undergoing cytological surveillance. J Low Genit Tract Dis 2014 Apr;18(2):142-50

Nicola M Gray, Susan J Hall, Susan Browne, Marie Johnston, Amanda J Lee, Una Macleod, Elizabeth D Mitchell, Leslie Samuel, Neil C Campbell. Predictors of anxiety and depression in people with colorectal cancer. Support Care Cancer 2014 Feb;22(2):307-14

2013

Sharp L, Cotton S, Little J, Gray NM, Cruickshank M, Smart L, Thornton A, Waugh N, Walker L; TOMBOLA group. Psychosocial Impact of Alternative Management Policies for Low-Grade Cervical Abnormalities: Results from the TOMBOLA Randomised Controlled Trial. PLoS One. 2013 Dec 30;8(12):e80092. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0080092. eCollection 2013.

Gill Hubbard, Nicola M Gray, Dolapo Ayansina, Josie MM Evans and Richard G Kyle. Case management vocational rehabilitation for women with breast cancer after surgery: a feasibility study incorporating a pilot randomised controlled trial. Trials. 2013 Jun 14;14:175. doi: 10.1186/1745-6215-14-175.

Nicola M Gray, Julia L Allan, Peter Murchie, Susan Browne, Susan Hall, Gill Hubbard, Marie Johnston, Amanda J Lee, Aileen McKinley, Una Macleod, Justin Presseau, Leslie Samuel, Sally Wyke, Neil C Campbell. Developing a community-based intervention to improve quality of life in people with colorectal cancer: a complex intervention development study. BMJ Open 2013;3:e002596. doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2013-002596.

David K. Whynes, Linda , Seonaidh C. Cotton , Margaret Cruickshank,  Nicola M. Gray, Julian Little, Norman Waugh on behalf of the TOMBOLA Group. Impact of alternative management policies on health related quality of life in women with low grade abnormal cervical cytology referred for colposcopy. European Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Reproductive Biology. 4-Mar-2013 In : European Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Reproductive Biology. 

J Lockhart, NM Gray and ME Cruickshank. The development and evaluation of the questionnaire to assess the impact of Vulval Intraepithelial Neoplasia: A Questionnaire Study. BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Published online 10-Apr-2013. BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. DOI: 10.1111/1471-0528.12229

Linda Sharp, Seonaidh Cotton, Anne-Elie Carsin, Nicola Gray, Alison Thornton, Margaret Cruickshank and Julian Little, on behalf of the TOMBOLA Group. Factors associated with psychological distress following colposcopy among women with low-grade abnormal cervical cytology: a prospective study within the Trial Of Management of Borderline and Other Low-grade Abnormal smears (TOMBOLA). Psycho-Oncology. 2013; 22(2):368-380.

2012

L. Sharp, S. Cotton, A. Thornton, N. Gray, D. Whynes, L. Smart, N. Waugh, I. Duncan, M. Cruickshank and J. Little, on behalf of the TOMBOLA Group.  Which women default from follow-up cervical cytology tests? A cohort study within the TOMBOLA trial. Cytopathology. 2012; 23(3): 150–160.

Linda Sharp, Seonaidh Cotton, Alison Thornton, Nicola Gray, Margaret Cruickshank, David Whynes, Ian Duncan, Robert Hammond, Louise Smart, Julian Little, on behalf of the TOMBOLA group. Who defaults from colposcopy? A multi-centre, population-based, prospective cohort study of predictors of non-attendance for follow-up among women with low-grade abnormal cervical cytology. European Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Reproductive Biology. 2012; 165(2):318-325

Susan Hall, Gray Nicola, Susan Browne, Sue Ziebland, Neil Campbell. A qualitative exploration of the role of primary care in supporting colorectal cancer patients. Supportive Care in Cancer (2012) 20:3071–3078. DOI 10.1007/s00520-012-1434-7

2011

Nicola M Gray, Susan J Hall, Susan Browne, Una Macleod, Elizabeth Mitchell, Amanda J Lee, Marie Johnston, Sally Wyke, Leslie Samuel, David Weller, Neil C Campbell. Modifiable and fixed factors predicting quality of life in people with colorectal cancer. British Journal of Cancer. 2011; 104(11): 1697-1703.

Johnson CY, Sharp L, Cotton SC, Harris CA, Gray NM, et al. (2011) Human Papillomavirus Infection and Anxiety: Analyses in Women with Low-Grade Cervical Cytological Abnormalities Unaware of Their Infection Status.  PLoS ONE 6(6): e21046. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0021046

Seonaidh Cotton, Linda Sharp, Claire Cochran, Nicola Gray, Maggie Cruickshank, Louise Smart, Alison Thornton, Julian Little on behalf of the TOMBOLA Group. After-effects reported by women having follow-up cervical cytology tests in primary care: a cohort study within the TOMBOLA trial. British Journal of General Practice. 2011; 61(587):391-392.

Richard G Kyle, Bill Culbard, Josie Evans, Nicola M Gray, Dolapo Ayansina and Gill Hubbard. Vocational rehabilitation services for patients with cancer: design of a feasibility study incorporating a pilot randomised controlled trial among women with breast cancer following surgery Trials. 2011; 12:89.

Sharp L, Cotton S, Thornton A, Gray N, Whynes D, Smart L, Waugh N, Duncan I, Cruickshank M, Little J; on behalf of the TOMBOLA Group. Which women default from follow-up cervical cytology tests? A cohort study within the TOMBOLA trial. Cytopathology. 2011; 22: 1.

L Sharp, S Cotton, N Gray, M Avis, I Russell, L Walker, N Waugh, D Whynes, C Woolley, A Thornton, L Smart, M Cruickshank and J Little on behalf of the TOMBOLA Group. Long-term psychosocial impact of alternative management policies in women with low-grade abnormal cervical cytology referred for colposcopy: a randomised controlled trial. British Journal of Cancer. 2011; 104: 255 – 264.

2009

The TOMBOLA (Trial Of Management of Borderline and Other Low-grade Abnormal smears) Group. After-effects reported by women following colposcopy, cervical biopsies and LLETZ: results from the TOMBOLA trial. British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. 2009; 116: 1506–1514.

The TOMBOLA (Trial Of Management of Borderline and Other Low-grade Abnormal smears) Group. Cytological surveillance compared with immediate referral for colposcopy in management of women with low grade cervical abnormalities: multicentre randomised controlled trial. British Medical Journal. 2009; 339: b2546.

The TOMBOLA (Trial Of Management of Borderline and Other Low-grade Abnormal smears) Group. Biopsy and selective recall compared with immediate large loop excision in management of women with low grade abnormal cervical cytology referred for colposcopy: multicentre randomised controlled trial. British Medical Journal. 2009; 339: b2548.

2008

The impact of microinvasive cancer of the cervix on women during follow-up M. CAIRNS, N.M. GRAY & M.E. CRUICKSHANK .International Journal of Gynecological Cancer. 2008; 18(6):1289-1293.

2007

C Woolley, Z Philips, DK Whynes, SC Cotton, NM Gray, L Sharp, J Little, N Waugh on behalf of TOMBOLA Group.   UK cervical cancer screening and the costs of time and travel.  International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care 2007. 23, 232-239.

2006

The TOMBOLA Group. Refining the management of low-grade cervical abnormalities in the UK National Health Service, and defining the potential for HPV testing: a commentary on emerging evidence.  Journal of Lower Genital Tract Disease 2006. 10, 26-38.

NM Gray, L Sharp, SC Cotton, LF Masson, J Little, LG Walker, M Avis, Z Philips, I Russell, LG Walker, D Whynes on behalf of the TOMBOLA Group. Psychological effects of a low-grade abnormal smear test result: anxiety and associated factors. British Journal of Cancer 2006; 94, 1253-1262.

L Sharp, C Cochran, SC Cotton, N Gray, ME Gallagher on behalf of the TOMBOLA Group.  Enclosing a pen with a postal questionnaire can significantly increase the response rate. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology 2006; 59, 747-754.

Trial Of Management of Borderline and Other Low-grade Abnormal smears (TOMBOLA): Trial design. (Writing Group: Seonaidh C. Cotton, Linda Sharp, Julian Little, Ian Duncan, Lindyanne Alexander, Margaret E. Cruickshank, Nicola M. Gray, David Jenkins, Zoë Philips, Alistair Robertson, Rashmi Seth, The TOMBOLA group).  Contemporary Clinical Trials 2006; 27, 449-471.

L Sharp, SC Cotton, L Alexander, E Williams, NM Gray.  Reasons for participation and non-participation in a randomised controlled trial: postal questionnaire surveys of women eligible for TOMBOLA (Trial Of Management of Borderline and Other Low-grade Abnormal smears).  Clinical Trials: Journal of the Society for Clinical Trials 2006; 3; 431-442.

2005

NM Gray, L Sharp, SC Cotton, M Avis, Z Philips, I Russell, LG Walker, D Whynes, J Little.  Developing a questionnaire to measure the psychosocial impact of an abnormal cervical smear result and its subsequent management: the TOMBOLA (Trial Of Management of Borderline and Other Low-grade Abnormal smears) trial.  Quality of Life Research, 14, 1553-1562.

2002

Philips Z, Gray N, Avis M, Whynes DK on behalf of the TOMBOLA group (2002) Psychosocial and economic aspects of a trial of management of mild and borderline cervical abnormalities (TOMBOLA). European Journal of Nursing, 6(1), 23-39.

Gray N, Sharp L, Cotton SC, Little J, Avis M, Philips Z, Walker LG, Duncan I (2002) Women’s experiences of having an abnormal smear result: qualitative analyses from TOMBOLA; in Annual Meeting of the Northern Obstetrical and Gynaecological Society, Perth Royal Infirmary, 18 May 2001.  Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, 22, 107-111.

2001

John M. Eagles, Susan Klein, Nicola M. Gray, Ian G. Dewar and David A. Alexander Role of psychiatrists in the prediction and prevention of suicide: a perspective from north-east Scotland. British Journal of Psychiatry (2001), 178, 494-496.

2000

Alexander D A, Gray N M and Klein S. Personal safety and the abuse of staff in a Scottish NHS Trust. Health Bulletin 60(6) November 2000.

Alexander D A, Klein S, Gray N M, Dewar I G and Eagles J M Patient suicide: the impact on consultant psychiatrists in Scotland.  British Medical Journal, 10 June 2000, Vol 320, p1571-1574.

Dewar I G, Eagles J M, Klein S, Gray N M and Alexander D A.  Psychiatric trainees' experiences of and reactions to patient suicide.  Psychiatric Bulletin 2000, 24, 20-23.

Conferences

2013

Nicola M Gray1, Julia L Allan1, Peter Murchie1, Susan Browne2, Susan Hall1, Gill Hubbard3, Marie Johnston1, Amanda J Lee1, Aileen McKinley4, Una Macleod5, Justin Presseau6, Leslie Samuel7, Sally Wyke8, Neil C Campbell1 Developing a community-based complex intervention to improve quality of life in people with colorectal cancer: evidence, theory and acceptability. 6th International Annual meeting of the Cancer and Primary Care Research International Network (Ca-PRI), 15-16th April Cambridge, UK. [oral presentation]

2012

R. G. Kyle, W. R. Culbard, J. Evans, N. M. Gray, G. Hubbard.  Vocational rehabilitation services for patients with cancer: a pilot randomised controlled trial among women with breast cancer following surgery. 2012 World Cancer Congress, 27-30 August, Montreal, Canada. [Rapid Oral Presentation]

2011

Nicola M Gray, Susan J Hall, Susan Browne, Una Macleod, Marie Johnston, Sally Wyke, Leslie Samuel, Peter Murchie, Amanda J Lee, David Weller, Gill Hubbard , Neil C Campbell. Developing a complex intervention for people with colorectal cancer: modelling and piloting. Society for Academic Primary Care 40th Annual Scientific Conference. 6-8 July 2011, Bristol. [oral presentation]

Nicola M Gray, Susan J Hall, Susan Browne, Una Macleod, Marie Johnston, Sally Wyke, Leslie Samuel, Peter Murchie, Amanda J Lee, David Weller, Gill Hubbard , Neil C Campbell. Developing a complex intervention for people with colorectal cancer: modelling and piloting. The Cancer and Primary Care Research International Network (Ca-PRI) 4th International Annual Meeting. May 25 – 27 2011, Noordwijkerhout, The Netherlands. [oral presentation]

Sharp L, Cotton SC, Carsin AE, Cruickshank M, Gray N, Thornton A, Little J on behalf of the TOMBOLA Group

Factors associated with distress following colposcopy among women with low-grade abnormal cervical cytology: results from TOMBOLA. The British Society for Colposcopy & Cervical Pathology Annual Scientific Meeting. Liverpool. 31 March – 1 April 2011. [oral presentation]

Nicola M Gray. Susan Hall, Susan Browne on behalf of the PICT and C4 teams. Primary care for people with colorectal cancer: complex intervention modelling and piloting. ADEGS/AUDGPI Scientific Meeting, Thursday 20th & Friday 21st January 2011, Dublin. (oral presentation. Awarded the Irwin prize.)

2010

Nicola M Gray on behalf of the PICT and C4 teams. Primary care for people with colorectal cancer: developing a complex intervention. NHS Grampian Colorectal Study Day, Institute of Applied Health Sciences, University of Aberdeen, 2nd March 2010.

Linda Sharp, Seonaidh Cotton, Claire Cochran, Nicola Gray, Maggie Cruickshank.  After-effects reported by women after a follow-up smear test in primary care: Results from the TOMBOLA trial.

The British Society for Colposcopy & Cervical Pathology Annual Scientific Meeting.  Brighton. 15-16 April 2010

Linda Sharp, Seonaidh Cotton, Alison Thornton, Nicola Gray, Julian Little, Louise Smart, Norman Waugh, Maggie Cruickshank.  Which women default from cytological surveillance?  Results from the TOMBOLA trial.  The British Society for Colposcopy & Cervical Pathology Annual Scientific Meeting.  Brighton. 15-16 April 2010

2009

Nicola M Gray, Susan Hall, Susan Browne, Marie Johnston, Amanda J Lee, Una Macleod, Elizabeth Mitchell, David Weller, Neil C Campbell. Anxiety and depression in colorectal cancer patients: results from the PICT programme. National Cancer Research Institute (NCRI) Cancer Conference, Birmingham, 2nd – 4th October 2009.

SC Cotton, L Sharp, NM Gray on behalf of the TOMBOLA group. Long-term worries about cancer in women who have had a low-grade abnormal cervical smear: results from TOMBOLA (Trial Of Management of Borderline and Other Low-grade Abnormal smears). National Cancer Research Institute (NCRI) Cancer Conference, Birmingham, 2nd – 4th October 2009.

Nicola M Gray, Susan Hall, Susan Browne, Marie Johnston, Amanda J Lee, Una Macleod, Elizabeth Mitchell, David Weller, Neil C Campbell. Health Related Quality of Life in Colorectal Cancer Patients: results from the PICT programme. 2nd Meeting of the International Primary Care and Cancer Research Group, Copenhagen, 22nd -24th April 2009.

L Sharp, S Cotton, C Cochran, N Gray, J Little, K Neal, M Cruickshank on behalf of the TOMBOLA group After-effects reported by women following colposcopy, cervical biopsies and LLETZ: Results from the TOMBOLA trial.  The British Society for Colposcopy & Cervical Pathology Annual Scientific Meeting.  Dublin. 7-8 May 2009.

NM Gray on behalf of the PICT team. Health Related Quality of Life in Colorectal Cancer Patients: early results from the PICT programme. ADEGS Conference Stirling 22nd -23rd January 2009.

2008

L Sharp on behalf of the TOMBOLA group. Psychosocial impact of alternative management policies for women with low-grade abnormal cervical smears: 3-year follow-up results from TOMBOLA (Trial Of Management of Borderline and Other Low-grade Abnormal smears).  The British Society for Colposcopy & Cervical Pathology Annual Scientific Meeting. Birmingham. 10-11 April 2008.

S Cotton, C Cochran, L Sharp, N Gray, M Gallagher on behalf of the TOMBOLA group.  Comparison of three low-cost strategies to increase response rates to postal questionnaires.  Results from TOMBOLA (Trial Of Management of Borderline and Other Low-grade Abnormal smears).  Society for Clinical Trials. St. Louis, 18-21 May 2008.

L Sharp on behalf of the TOMBOLA group.  How should women with low-grade abnormal cervical smears be managed? TOMBOLA trial results and implications for the Cervical Screening Programmes (CSPs).  Delivering Better Health Services; Joint conference of the Health Service Research Network and National Institute for Health Research Service Delivery and Organisation. Manchester, 4-5 June, 2008.

2007

Elizabeth Mitchell, Neil Campbell, Una Macleod, Susan Browne, Susan Hall, Nicola Gray. Inequalities in colorectal cancer: the influence of co-morbidity. NCRI Cancer Conference, Birmingham, 30th September to 3rd October 2007.

Elizabeth Mitchell, Neil Campbell, Una Macleod, Susan Browne, Susan Hall, Nicola Gray.

Inequalities in colorectal cancer: the influence of co-morbidity. SAPC, London, July 2007.

Sharp L, Carsin A-E, Cotton SC, Gray NM, on behalf of the TOMBOLA group. The psychosocial impact of a colposcopic examination on women with a low-grade abnormal cervical smear: Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale (HADS) and Impact of Events Scale (IES) results from TOMBOLA (Trial Of Management of Borderline and Other Low-grade Abnormalities), Irish Psycho-Oncology Group Inaugural National Conference, Dublin 11-12 April 2007

2006

C Cochran, SC Cotton, L Sharp, NM Gray and ME Cruickshank on behalf of the TOMBOLA group. Factors associated with women's reporting of pain, bleeding and discharge following a colposcopy examination: Results from TOMBOLA.  The British Society for Colposcopy & Cervical Pathology Annual Scientific Meeting, London, 30 March - 1 April 2006

AJ Thornton, SC Cotton, L Sharp, NM Gray, L Smart on behalf of The TOMBOLA Group.  Default from cytological surveillance of low-grade smears: levels of default and characteristics of defaulters in the Trial Of Management of Borderline and Other Low-grade Abnormal smears (TOMBOLA).  British Society for Clinical Cytology 45th Annual Scientific Meeting, Edinburgh, 10-13 September 2006.

C Cochran, SC Cotton, L Sharp, NM Gray, ME Cruickshank, L Smart on behalf of the TOMBOLA group.   Frequency Of After-Effects Reported By Women Following A Cervical Smear Test.

British Society for Clinical Cytology 45th Annual Scientific Meeting, Edinburgh, 10-13 September 2006.

NM Gray, L Sharp, SC Cotton, LF Masson on behalf of the TOMBOLA group.  What is the psychosocial impact on women of having a low-grade abnormal cervical smear result?  Levels of anxiety and associated factors.  Society for Social Medicine 50th Annual Scientific Meeting, Leeds, 13-15th September 2006

C Cochran, SC Cotton, L Sharp, NM Gray, ME Cruickshank on behalf of the TOMBOLA group.  Frequency of side-effects reported by women following a colposcopic examination for follow-up of an abnormal cervical smear test. Society for Social Medicine 50th Annual Scientific Meeting, Leeds, 13-15th September 2006

2005

Cochran C, Sharp L, Gray N, Cotton SC on behalf of the TOMBOLA group.  Comparison of three low-cost strategies to increase response rates to postal questionnaires.  Results from the TOMBOLA trial (Trial Of Management of Borderline and Other Low-grade Abnormal smears). Scottish NHS Research Day; Edinburgh, 14 March 2005.

NM Gray, L Sharp, LF Masson, SC Cotton Psychosocial costs of a low-grade abnormal cervical smear test result: findings from the TOMBOLA trial.  National Cancer Research Institute Conference, Birmingham, 2-5 October 2005.

C Cochran, SC Cotton, L Sharp, N Gray and M Cruickshank on behalf of the TOMBOLA group.  Socio-demographic and lifestyle factors associated with women's self reported after-effects following colposcopy: Results from TOMBOLA.  Scottish Colposcopy Meeting, Stirling, 9 November 2005.

2004

The TOMBOLA Group (2004) How do women feel about having an abnormal cervical smear and the follow-up they receive? Preliminary results from the Trial of Management of Borderline and Other Low-grade Abnormal smears (TOMBOLA).  British Society for Colposcopy and Cervical Pathology, Cardiff, 22-24 April 2004.

Abstract also published in Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, 24:6;723

The TOMBOLA Group (2004) Who defaults from cytological surveillance of low-grade smears? Evidence from the Trial of Management of Borderline and Other Low-grade Abnormal smears (TOMBOLA).  British Society for Colposcopy and Cervical Pathology, Cardiff, 22-24 April 2004

N Gray, L Sharp, SC Cotton on behalf of The TOMBOLA Group. Which women default from management in the Cervical Screening Programme?  Evidence from the TOMBOLA trial. Evidence, Policy, Practice.  Public Health Research in Scotland, Edinburgh, 18 June 2004

Cochran C, Sharp L, Gray N, Cotton SC on behalf of the TOMBOLA group.  Comparison of three low-cost strategies to increase response rates to postal questionnaires.  Results from the TOMBOLA trial (Trial Of Management of Borderline and Other Low-grade Abnormal smears). Society for Social Medicine, Birmingham, 15-17 September 2004

The TOMBOLA Group. What is the best management for women with low-grade abnormal cervical smears? Design, progress and baseline results from TOMBOLA - Trial Of Management of Borderline and Other Low-grade Abnormal smears. Strategic Issues in Health Care Management, St Andrews, 2-4 September 2004

2003

Sharp L, Cotton S, Alexander L, Williams E, Gray N, Avis M on behalf of the TOMBOLA group. Are deprivation, remoteness of residence or other socio-demographic factors associated with participation in clinical trials.  11th Public Health Forum, Cardiff, 18-20 March 2003.

The TOMBOLA Group. The TOMBOLA Trial Of Management of Borderline and Other Low-grade Abnormal smears: design and baseline results.  British Society for Colposcopy and Cervical Pathology, Manchester, 10-12 April 2003.

Gray N, Sharp L, Cotton SC, Avis M; Philips Z, Russell I; Walker LG, Whynes D on behalf of the TOMBOLA group. Assessing the psychosocial impact of receiving an abnormal smear result: developing a study instrument and results of pilot work.  Psychology of Women and Psychology Conference 2003, Northampton, 8-10 July 2003.

Cotton SC, Sharp L, Alexander L, Williams EW, Gray N, Avis M, on behalf of the TOMBOLA group. Women’s reasons for participation and non-participation in medical research: Results from TOMBOLA (Trial of Management of Borderline and Other Low-grade Abnormal smears).  Psychology of Women and Psychology Conference 2003, Northampton, 8-10 July 2003.

Cotton SC, Sharp L, Alexander L, Williams EW, Gray N, Avis M, on behalf of the TOMBOLA group. Why do women participate in research studies?  Factors associated with participation and non-participation in the Trial Of Management of Borderline and Other Low-grade Abnormal smears (TOMBOLA).  Society for Social Medicine 47th Annual Scientific Meeting, Edinburgh, 17-19 September 2003

Gray N, Sharp L, Cotton SC, Avis M; Philips Z, Russell I; Walker LG, Whynes D on behalf of the TOMBOLA group. Assessing the psychosocial burden on women who receive a low-grade abnormal smear result: TOMBOLA design and preliminary results.  Society for Social Medicine 47th Annual Scientific Meeting, Edinburgh, 17-19 September 2003

Anthony GB on behalf of the TOMBOLA group (2003) The TOMBOLA study.  RCN Colposcopy Nurses Group Study Day, Nottingham City Hospital, 1 November 2003

Gray N, Sharp L, Cotton SC, Avis M; Philips Z, Russell I; Walker LG, Whynes D on behalf of the TOMBOLA group. How do women feel when they receive an abnormal smear result? Results from TOMBOLA.  Second Scottish Colposcopy Meeting, Stirling Royal Infirmary, 19 November 2003

2002

The TOMBOLA Group (2002) The TOMBOLA Trial of Management of Borderline and Other Low-grade Abnormal smears: design and preliminary results.  Scottish NHS Research Day; Aberdeen; 6 September 2002.

Gray N, Sharp L, Cotton SC, Avis M, Philips Z, Russell I, Walker LG, Whynes, D (2002) Assessing psychsocial sequelae in TOMBOLA: design and preliminary results.  First Scottish Colposcopy Meeting, Stirling, 13 November 2002.

The TOMBOLA Group (2002) TOMBOLA - Trial Of Management of Borderline and Other Low-grade Abnormal smears: design and update on progress.  First Scottish Colposcopy Meeting, Stirling, 13 November 2002.

2001

Klein S, Alexander D A, Gray N M, Dewar I G and Eagles J M (2001). Patient suicide: a questionnaire survey of the impact on consultant psychiatrists in Scotland. ESTSS (European Society for Traumatic Stress Studies), 7th European Conference, 26th – 29th May, 2001, Edinburgh, Scotland

Alexander D A, Klein S, Gray N M, Dewar I G and Eagles J M (2001). Patient suicide; the Impact on Scottish Psychiatrists. ESTSS (European Society for Traumatic Stress Studies), 7th European Conference, 26th – 29th May, 2001, Edinburgh, Scotland

Alexander D A, Klein S, Gray N M, Dewar I G and Eagles J M (2001). What is the impact of patient suicide on psychiatrists in Scotland? Paper presented on the Fife Postgraduate Teaching Programme, Victoria Hospital, Kirkcaldy, Scotland

2000

Alexander D A, Klein S, Gray N M, Dewar I G and Eagles J M (2000). Patient suicide: a questionnaire survey of the impact on consultant psychiatrists in Scotland. Paper presented at a symposium ‘Psychiatry and the Law’, Pharmacia and Upjohn, Belfast, Northern Ireland

Alexander D A, Klein S, Gray N M, Dewar I G and Eagles J M (2000). Patient suicide: a questionnaire survey of the impact on consultant psychiatrists in Scotland. Paper presented at the Quarterly Meeting, Royal College of Psychiatrists, Crichton Royal Hospital, Dumfries, Scotland

1998

Gray N M, Klein S and Alexander D A (1998).  The perception of management style: its association with work-related factors.  International Work Psychology Conference, University of Sheffield, Sheffield, UK