Liza Morton, PhD, MSc, BSc, QCoP

2017- Psychology Strathclyde University 
medical psychology, polyvagal theory, psychocardiology, social neuroscience, clinical research, self esteem, social prescribing, congenital heart disease, anxiety, depression, patient experience, visual attention, cognition
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Roseman A, Morton L, Kovacs AH. (2020) Health anxiety among adults with congenital heart disease. Current Opinion in Cardiology
Morton L, Cogan N, Kornfält S, et al. (2020) Baring all: The impact of the hospital gown on patient well-being. British Journal of Health Psychology
Morton L. (2020) Using psychologically informed care to improve mental health and wellbeing for people living with a heart condition from birth: A statement paper. Journal of Health Psychology. 25: 197-206
Cogan N, Morton L, Georgiadis E. (2019) Exploring the effect of the hospital gown on wellbeing: a mixed methods study The Lancet. 394
Morton L. (2015) The heart of medicine: growing up with pioneering treatment. Bmj (Clinical Research Ed.). 351: h3881
Morton L, Ferguson M, Baty F. (2015) Improving wellbeing and self-efficacy by social prescription. Public Health. 129: 286-9
Morton L, Roach L, Reid H, et al. (2012) An evaluation of a CBT group for women with low self-esteem. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy. 40: 221-5
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