Dr Neil S Coulson
Dr Neil S Coulson
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Receiving social support online: an analysis of a computer-mediated support group for individuals living with irritable bowel syndrome
NS Coulson
Cyberpsychology & behavior 8 (6), 580-584, 2005
5302005
Social support in cyberspace: a content analysis of communication within a Huntington's disease online support group
NS Coulson, H Buchanan, A Aubeeluck
Patient education and counseling 68 (2), 173-178, 2007
4532007
Exploring the communication of social support within virtual communities: a content analysis of messages posted to an online HIV/AIDS support group
PKH Mo, NS Coulson
Cyberpsychology & behavior 11 (3), 371-374, 2008
3242008
An investigation into the empowerment effects of using online support groups and how this affects health professional/patient communication
YK Bartlett, NS Coulson
Patient education and counseling 83 (1), 113-119, 2011
2262011
Computer-mediated infertility support groups: An exploratory study of online experiences
SH Malik, NS Coulson
Patient education and counseling 73 (1), 105-113, 2008
2182008
Empowering processes in online support groups among people living with HIV/AIDS: A comparative analysis of ‘lurkers’ and ‘posters’
PKH Mo, NS Coulson
Computers in Human Behavior 26 (5), 1183-1193, 2010
1992010
A thematic analysis of patient communication in Parkinson’s disease online support group discussion forums
A Attard, NS Coulson
Computers in Human Behavior 28 (2), 500-506, 2012
1822012
The male experience of infertility: a thematic analysis of an online infertility support group bulletin board
SH Malik, N Coulson
Journal of Reproductive and infant psychology 26 (1), 18-30, 2008
1752008
Gender differences in computer-mediated communication: a systematic literature review of online health-related support groups
PKH Mo, SH Malik, NS Coulson
Patient education and counseling 75 (1), 16-24, 2009
1702009
Accessing dental anxiety online support groups: An exploratory qualitative study of motives and experiences
H Buchanan, NS Coulson
Patient education and counseling 66 (3), 263-269, 2007
1532007
Coping with food allergy: exploring the role of the online support group
NS Coulson, RC Knibb
CyberPsychology & Behavior 10 (1), 145-148, 2007
1482007
An application of the stages of change model to consumer use of food labels
NS Coulson
British Food Journal, 2000
1472000
Coping with infertility online: An examination of self-help mechanisms in an online infertility support group
SH Malik, NS Coulson
Patient education and counseling 81 (2), 315-318, 2010
1432010
Families affected by childhood cancer: An analysis of the provision of social support within online support groups
NS Coulson, N Greenwood
Child: care, health and development 38 (6), 870-877, 2012
1152012
Developing a model for online support group use, empowering processes and psychosocial outcomes for individuals living with HIV/AIDS
PKH Mo, NS Coulson
Psychology & health 27 (4), 445-459, 2012
1092012
Are online support groups always beneficial? A qualitative exploration of the empowering and disempowering processes of participation within HIV/AIDS-related online support groups
PKH Mo, NS Coulson
International journal of nursing studies 51 (7), 983-993, 2014
1042014
Online support group use and psychological health for individuals living with HIV/AIDS
PKH Mo, NS Coulson
Patient education and counseling 93 (3), 426-432, 2013
932013
Understanding the psychosocial experiences of adults with mild-moderate hearing loss: An application of Leventhal’s self-regulatory model
E Heffernan, NS Coulson, H Henshaw, JG Barry, MA Ferguson
International Journal of Audiology 55 (sup3), S3-S12, 2016
882016
How do online patient support communities affect the experience of inflammatory bowel disease? An online survey
NS Coulson
JRSM short reports 4 (8), 2042533313478004, 2013
762013
Living with HIV/AIDS and use of online support groups
PKH Mo, NS Coulson
Journal of health psychology 15 (3), 339-350, 2010
762010
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