Current University: The University of the West of England
Research Supervisor: Margaret Fletcher
PICH Mentor: Allen Finley
Member since: March 2010
My research during my PhD focused on children's use of the internet for pain information. In my fellowship at UWE my research focuses on access to acute pain care and adolescent self-medication for a variety of pain conditions. Became a PICH Graduate: June 1, 2013
Henderson, E., Keogh, E., & Eccleston, C. (2013). Why go online when you have pain? A qualitative analysis of teenagers’ use of the internet for pain management advice. Child Care Health and Development.
Henderson, E., Keogh, E., Rosser, B., & Eccleston, C. (2013). Searching the Internet for help with pain: Adolescent search, coping, and medication behaviour. British Journal of Health Psychology, 18(1), 218-232
Henderson, E., Law, E., Palermo, T., & Eccleston, C. (2012). Case study: Ethical guidance for pediatric e-health research using examples from pain research with adolescents. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 37(10), 1116-1126.
Henderson, E., Rosser, B., Keogh, E., & Eccleston, C. (2012). Internet sites offering adolescents help with headache, abdominal pain, and dysmenorrhoea: A description of content, quality, and peer interactions. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 37(3), 262-271.