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Dr Emma Kinley

School of Psychology

Faculty of Health


2023, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom, PhD (Population and Health Sciences)
2023, British Psychology Society, United Kingdom, Doctorate in Health Psychology (HCPC Registered Health Psychologist)

Academic appointments

Senior Lecturer and HCPC Registered Health Psychologist, School of Psychology, Faculty of Health, Liverpool John Moores University, 2024 - present

Journal article

Jackson T, McClatchey K, Chan AHY, Morgan N, Kinley E, Pinnock H. 2023. Psychological impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on people with asthma: a co-produced mixed-methods study Psychology & Health, :1-21 DOI Publisher Url Public Url

Skene I, Kinley E, Pike K, Griffiths C, Pfeffer P, Steed L. 2023. Understanding interventions delivered in the emergency department targeting improved asthma outcomes beyond the emergency department: an integrative review BMJ Open, 13 DOI Publisher Url Public Url

De Simoni A, Jackson T, Inglis Humphrey W, Preston J, Mah H, Wood HE, Kinley E, Gonzalez Rienda L, Porteous C. 2023. Patient and public involvement in research: the need for budgeting PPI staff costs in funding applications Research Involvement and Engagement, 9 DOI Publisher Url Public Url

Kinley E, Skene I, Steed E, Pinnock H, McClatchey K. 2022. Delivery of supported self-management in remote asthma reviews: A systematic rapid realist review Health Expectations, 25 :1200-1214 DOI Author Url Publisher Url Public Url

Morrissey M, Shepherd E, Kinley E, McClatchey K, Pinnock H. 2021. Effectiveness and perceptions of using templates in long-term condition reviews: a systematic synthesis of quantitative and qualitative studies The British journal of general practice, 71 :e652-e659 DOI Author Url Publisher Url Public Url

Kinley E, Hui CY, Shenton AV, Martin C, Weatherill D, Moylan D, Hayes M, Eck S, Gonzalez Rienda L, Pinnock H. Patient and public involvement workshop to shape artificial intelligence-supported connected asthma self-management research PLOS Digital Health,


Kinley E. 2023. Delivery of Supported Self-Management in Asthma Reviews: An Observational Study Nested in the IMP2ART Programme of Work Pinnock H, Kirstie M, Steed E.

Other invited event:

British Thoracic Society Conference 2024, Manchester, UK, Guest Speaker invitation to British Thoracic Society Conference 2024 (Presenting 'Digital Approaches to the Monitoring of Respiratory Disease: Remote self-management in the context of digital inclusion'). 2024

Research Grants Awarded:

NIHR Programme Development Grant (PDG Competition 36, ref: NIHR206509)., 1. Co-applicant. NIHR Programme Development Grant (PDG Competition 36, ref: NIHR206509). PACE. A Patient-centred approach to understanding the barriers to ACcessing and Engaging with asthma care., Grant value (£): £149,999.96, Duration of research project: 12 months. 2024

Membership of professional bodies:

Chartered Psychologist: Chartered Membership of The British Psychological Society (CPsychol), British Psychological Society. 2023

Practitioner Health Psychologist, Health Care Professionals Council. 2023