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Briony Hudson


Briony Hudson Whiteley Clinic Research FellowAfter completing an undergraduate degree in Psychology at the University of Southampton, Briony lived and worked in Beijing before returning to the UK in 2008. She has since worked in trauma rehabilitation whilst completing an MSc in Health Psychology.

Briony is now working towards a PhD Supervised by Professor Jane Ogden at the University of Surrey, working in tandem with the Whiteley Clinic and investigating recovery from ambulatory surgery. This research will complement the extensive literature that has been generated by the clinic and will look at anxiety management, pain reduction and rehabilitation.
Briony is also currently learning French and training for a triathlon.

International Research Presentations by Poster as PhD Student

American Venous Forum, 26th Annual Meeting, New Orleans – February 2014

Randomised Controlled Trial Exploring The Effects Of Intra-operative Distraction During Ambulatory Venous Surgery on Immediate and Three Month Outcomes.

B Hudson, J Ogden, MS Whiteley

National Research Presentations by Poster as PhD Student

The British Psychological Society, Division of Health Psychology Annual Conference, Brighton – September 2013

Psychological aspects of outpatient venous surgery.

Hudson, BFA, Whiteley, MS & Ogden, J

Venous Forum Annual Spring Meeting, Royal Society of Medicine – London, April 2014

Randomised Controlled Trial of Intra-Operative Hand Reflexology on Patient Reported Pain and Anxiety during Endovenous Surgery for Varicose Veins under Local Anaesthetic

B Hudson, J Davidson, MS Whiteley

British Psychological Society, Division of Health Psychology Annual Conference, York – September 2014

Managing Pain and Anxiety During Surgery with Distraction – A Randomised Controlled Trial.

Hudson BF, Ogden J, Whiteley MS

Using hand reflexology for pain and anxiety management during conscious surgery – A Randomised Controlled Trial.

Hudson BF, Davidson J, Whiteley MS

Regional Research Presentations by Poster as PhD Student

Post Graduate Psychology Research Conference, Faculty of Arts & Human Sciences 2013, University of Surrey – April 2013

Evaluation of interventions to improve pain relief, anxiety and recovery in outpatient surgery

Hudson, BFA, Whiteley, MS & Ogden, J

British Psychological Society, Division of Health Psychology Postgraduate Conference, University of Northampton – June 2013

Psychological aspects of outpatient venous surgery – Work in Action

Hudson, BFA, Whiteley, MS & Ogden, J