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1 CURRICULUM VITAE (Jan 2015) Professor Chris J Main M.A.(Hons); M.Phil., Ph.D; C.Psychol. F.B.Ps.S. Emeritus Professor of Clinical Psychology Keele University Clinical & Health Psychologist HPC Registration No. PYL 16208 Principal Academic Base Arthritis Research UK Primary Care Centre Keele University, Staffs , ST5 5BG. U.K. Tel +44 (0)1782 733922: (Sue Weir) Fax 44 (0)1782 733911 Date of Birth: 8 th June 1947 Place of Birth: Edinburgh, Scotland. Academic and Professional Qualifications M.A. (Double Hons) in Mental Philosophy, University of Edinburgh, 1970 and General, Experimental and Social Psychology, University of Glasgow, 1972. Second Class. M.Phil. in Clinical Psychology. Edinburgh, 1974. Ph.D. in the Faculty of Medicine. Glasgow, 1984. Graduate member of British Psychological Society, 1976. Elected Fellow of British Psychological Society, 1985. Chartered Psychologist 1990. Previous Appointments: 1972 – 1974 Trainee Clinical Psychologist (Fife Health Authority) 1974 – 1976 Basic Grade Clinical Psychologist (Royal Edinburgh Hospital) 1976 – 1982 Senior Clinical Psychologist (Gartnavel Royal Hospital, Glasgow) 1982 MRC Research Fellow, Dept. of Orthopaedic Surgery (University of Glasgow) 1982 – 1987 Principal Clinical Psychologist (Salford Health Authority) 1987 – 1994 Top Grade (Consultant) Clinical Psychologist (Salford Health Authority and Head of Dept. of Clinical Psychology, Hope Hospital) 1994 – 2002 Head of Dept. of Behavioural Medicine (Salford Royal Hospitals NHS Trust) and Consultant Psychologist, Manchester and Salford Pain Centre. 1982 – 1987 Hon. Research Fellow (University of Manchester) 1987 – 1997 Hon. Reader (University of Manchester) 1997 - 2003 Hon. Personal Chair, Faculty of Medicine, University of Manchester 2002 - 2003 Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Salford Royal Hospitals NHS Trust

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CURRICULUM VITAE (Jan 2015)

Professor Chris J Main M.A.(Hons); M.Phil., Ph.D; C.Psychol. F.B.Ps.S.

Emeritus Professor of Clinical Psychology Keele University Clinical & Health Psychologist

HPC Registration No. PYL 16208 Principal Academic Base Arthritis Research UK Primary Care Centre Keele University, Staffs , ST5 5BG. U.K. Tel +44 (0)1782 733922: (Sue Weir) Fax 44 (0)1782 733911 Date of Birth: 8th June 1947 Place of Birth: Edinburgh, Scotland. Academic and Professional Qualifications • M.A. (Double Hons) in Mental Philosophy, University of Edinburgh, 1970 and

General, Experimental and Social Psychology, University of Glasgow, 1972. Second Class.

• M.Phil. in Clinical Psychology. Edinburgh, 1974. • Ph.D. in the Faculty of Medicine. Glasgow, 1984. • Graduate member of British Psychological Society, 1976. • Elected Fellow of British Psychological Society, 1985. • Chartered Psychologist 1990. Previous Appointments: 1972 – 1974 Trainee Clinical Psychologist (Fife Health Authority) 1974 – 1976 Basic Grade Clinical Psychologist (Royal Edinburgh Hospital) 1976 – 1982 Senior Clinical Psychologist (Gartnavel Royal Hospital, Glasgow) 1982 MRC Research Fellow, Dept. of Orthopaedic Surgery (University of

Glasgow) 1982 – 1987 Principal Clinical Psychologist (Salford Health Authority) 1987 – 1994 Top Grade (Consultant) Clinical Psychologist (Salford Health

Authority and Head of Dept. of Clinical Psychology, Hope Hospital) 1994 – 2002 Head of Dept. of Behavioural Medicine (Salford Royal Hospitals NHS

Trust) and Consultant Psychologist, Manchester and Salford Pain Centre.

1982 – 1987 Hon. Research Fellow (University of Manchester) 1987 – 1997 Hon. Reader (University of Manchester) 1997 - 2003 Hon. Personal Chair, Faculty of Medicine, University of Manchester 2002 - 2003 Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Salford Royal Hospitals NHS Trust

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2004 - 2005 Professor of Clinical and Occupational Rehabilitation, University of Manchester

2004 - 2005 Visiting Professor at Primary Care Science Research Centre, Keele University

2006 -2014 Professor of Clinical Psychology (Pain Management); Keele University

Current Appointments Held: 2015- Emeritus Professor of Clinical Psychology, Keele University Authored Books, Monographs and Reports):

There may be some omissions from the CV prior to 1995 1978 -1995

• Main CJ (ed) (1982) Clinical Psychology and Medicine: A behavioural Perspective. New York, Plenum Press

• Main CJ (1982) New Approaches to the treatment of Pain: Report of Travelling Fellowship to N.America , Winston Churchill Memorial Trust, London

• Main CJ (1984) Psychological factors in low back pain, Ph.D. Thesis, University of Glasgow

• Parker H & Main CJ (1990) Living with Back Pain. Manchester, Manchester University Press

1995-2000 • Roland M., Waddell G., Klaber-Moffett J., Burton A.K., Main C.J., and

Cantrill E. (1996) The Back Book. The Stationary Office, Norwich. • Kendall N., Linton S.L., and Main C.J. (1997) Guide to assessing

psychological yellow flags in acute low back pain: risk factors for long term disability and work loss. Accident Rehabilitation and Compensation Insurance Corporation of New Zealand and the National Health Committee. Wellington, N.Z.

• Main C.J. and Spanswick C.C. (2000) Pain Management: An Interdisciplinary Approach. Churchill Livingstone

2001-2005 • Roland M., Waddell G., Klaber-Moffett J., Burton A.K., and Main C.J.

(2002) The Back Book (2nd Edition). The Stationary Office, Norwich. (This has now been translated into 20 languages).

• Waddell G., Burton A.K., and Main C.J. (2003) Screening of DWP clients for risk of long-term incapacity: a conceptual and scientific review. Royal Society of Medicine Monograph; Royal Society of Medicine Press London.

• Main C.J. Phillips C.J., Thomas A.P. and Farrell A (2004) THE WALES HEALTH WORK REPORT. Welsh Assembly Government (and Dept. for Work & pensions, U.K.)

• Burton A.K., Bartys S., Wright I.A. and Main C.J. (2005) Obstacles to recovery from musculoskeletal disorders in industry. HSE Research Report RR323. H.S.E Books, H.M.S.O. Norwich.

2006-2010

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• Phillips C.J., Main C.J., Buck R., Button L., Farr A., Havard L. and Brown G. (2006) profiling the community in Merthyr Tydfil: problems, challenges and opportunities. Wellbeing in Work Partnership Study I: Final Report. Cardiff, Wales Centre for Health.

• Buck R., Phillips C.J., Main C.J., Barnes M.C, Aylward M. and Waddell G (2006) Conditionality in Context: Incapacity Benefit and Social Deprivation in Merthyr Tydfil. Cardiff, Wales Centre for Health. Report commissioned for the M.P. for Merthyr Tydfil and Rhymney

• Wynne-Jones G, Jordan J, Glozier N, Main CJ, A systematic bibliography of the relationship between employee health and occupational performance, Final report, Report to the British Occupational Health Research Foundation (BOHRF), September 2007

• Buck R., Varnava A., Wynne-Jones G., Phillips C.J., Farewell D., Porteous C., Webb K., Button L., Cooper C. and Main C.J. (2008). Health and well-being in Work in Merthyr Tydfill: a biopsychosocial approach. Stage 2: Final Report. Cardiff,Wales, Wales Centre for Health and Welsh Assembly Government

• Main C.J. , Sullivan M.J. and Watson P.J. (2008) PAIN MANAGEMENT : PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS OF THE BIOPSYCHOSOCIAL APPROACH IN CLINICAL AND OCCUPATIONAL SETTINGS. Edinburgh, Churchill-Livingstone(Elsevier)

• Crome P.J., Main C.J. and Lally F. (Eds) (2008) PAIN IN OLDER PEOPLE . Oxford, O.U.P.

• Wynne-Jones G, Mallen CD, Main CJ, Dunn KM, Sickness certification in primary care: A pilot survey of general practitioners, Report to Stoke-on-Trent Primary Care Trust, November 2008

• Kendall N.A.S., Burton A.K., Main C.J. & Watson P.J. (2009) TACKLING MUSCULOSKETAL PROBLEMS. The Psychosocial Flags Framework: a guide for clinic and workplace. London, The Stationary Office.

• Wynne-Jones G., Cowan J., Jordan J., van der Windt D., Glozier N. and Main C.J. (2009) EVALUATING YHE IMPACT OF BACK, NECK AND UPPER LIMB PAIN ON WORK PERFORMANCE AND ABSENCE: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW. Grant No. 251E07. London, British Occupational Health Research Foundation.

• Main CJ, Keefe FJ, Jensen MP, Vlaeyen J, Vowles K (Eds) Fordyce’s Behavioral Methods for Chronic pain and Illness Republished with commentaries. 2014 Washington DC, IASP Press (WK), 2014

Journal letters (Since 1995)

• Main C.J. (1996) "Letter to the editor: Invited point of view on Jurge et al" Spine 21:1064-1065

• Main C.J. (1997) “Point of view on Michel et al” Spine, 22:303-304 • Kendall, N., Main, C.J., Linton, S.J., Vlaeyen, J.W. & Nicholas, M.K. (1998)

"Reply to Wallis et al. Pain 73 (1997) 15-22". Letters to the Editor. Pain:78 (223-225).

• McCauley J., De Souza L., Sharma L, Robinson I., Main C.J. Frank A.O. (1996) “Describing race, ethnicity and culture in medical research. Self defined ethnicity is unhelpful” 313 (7054) 425-6.

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• Fortune, D.G., Richards, H.L., Bowcock, S., Main, C.J. & Griffiths, C.E.M.(1999) What patients with psoriasis believe about their condition: A reply to Lanigan. Journal of the Academy of Dermatology, 41, 1: 283-284.

• Price C., Williams A.C., Main C.J. (2001) Rehabilitation for chronic low back pain. Review was of little help in selecting treatment. BMJ 323(7323) p1251-1252

• Richards H.L., Fortune D.G., Main C.J. and Griffiths C.E.M. (2003) “Stigmatisation and psoriasis” British Journal of Dermatology “149(1) 209-211.

• Hill J.C., Foster N.E., Main C.J. & Hay E.M. (2008) “In response to A randomised trial of behavioural physical therapy interventions for acute and sub-acute low back pain by George SZ et al Pain;140: 147-157”.

• Foster N.E., Dunn K.M., Bishop A. and Main C.J. (2010) “Response to letter by Roelefs et al. Pain 150: 208-209.

Book Chapters

There are may omissions from the CV prior to 1995

1978-1995 • Main CJ and Waddell G (1982) Chronic Pain Distress and Illness Behaviour

in Main CJ (ed) Clinical Psychology and Medicine: A behavioural Perspective. New York, Plenum Press Chap 1, 1-52

• Main CJ & Waddell G (1985) The communication of pain and distress in chronic orthopaedic conditions. In Current issues in Clinical Psychol Ed E. Karas, New York, Plenum Press

• Main CJ (1987) Psychological approaches to the management and treatment of back Pain In Jayson MIV (Ed) The lumber Spine and Back Pain (3rd Edit) Chap 23, 435-456. Churchill-Livingstone, Edinburgh.

• Main CJ, Parker H (1989) The evaluation and outcome of Pain Management Programmes for chronic low back pain. In Back pain: New approaches to Rehabilitation and Education. Ed Roland M, Jenner J. Manchester University Press, Manchester p128-156

• Main, CJ, Evans, Peter JD, Whitehead RC (1991) An investigation of personality structure and other psychological features in patients presenting with low-back pain: a critique of the MMPI. In Proceedings of the Proceedings of the VIth World congress on Pain. Bond, MR, Charleton JE, Woolf CJ (Eds) Elsevier Science, Amsterdam. Chap 23: 207-217

• Main CJ (1992) Psychological Factors in chronic pain. Midlands Med. 19:8-9 • Main CJ (1993) The Psychology of low back pain. Occ Hlth Rev Sep-Oct 27-

30 1995-2000

• Benjamin S., Main C.J. “Psychiatric and psychological approaches to treatment of chronic pain: concepts and individual treatments” In TREATMENT OF FUNCTIONAL SOMATIC SYMPTOMS. Ed. Mayou R., Bass C., Sharpe M. (1995) Chap. 11: 188-213. Oxford University Press, Oxford.

• Main C.J., Benjamin S. (1995) “Psychological treatment and the health care system: the chaotic case of back pain. Is there a need for a paradigm shift?”

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In TREATMENT OF FUNCTIONAL SOMATIC SYMPTOMS. Ed. Mayou R., Bass C., Sharpe M. Chap. 12: 214-230. Oxford University Press, Oxford.

• Main C.J., Burton K.A. (1998) “Pain Mechanisms”, in THE CHANGING NATURE OF OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH. Ed. McCraig R., Harrington M. The Health & Safety Executive, Bootle.

• Main C.J., Waddell G. (1998) “Psychological Distress” in G. Waddell BACK PAIN. Chap. 11: 173 – 186. Churchill Livingstone, Edinburgh.

• Waddell G., Main C.J. (1998a) “Beliefs about back pain” in G. Waddell BACK PAIN. Chap. 12: 187-202. Churchill Livingstone, Edinburgh.

• Waddell G., Main C.J. (1998b) “A new clinical model of low back pain and disability” in G. Waddell BACK PAIN. Chap. 14: 223 – 240. Churchill Livingstone, Edinburgh.

• Waddell G., Main C.J. (1998c) “Illness behaviour” in G. Waddell BACK PAIN. Chap. 10: 155-172. Churchill Livingstone, Edinburgh.

• Main C.J., Burton A.K., Battie M.C. (1999). “The influence of psychosocial factors on sickness absence”. In THE OCCUPATIONAL ERGONOMICS. HANDBOOK Ed. Karwoski W., Marras W.S. CRC Press, New York. Chap. 75: 1359 – 1380.

• Battie MC., Main C.J., Burton A.K. (1999) “Back Pain in the Workplace: Implications of Injury and Biopsychosocial Models”. In THE OCCUPATIONAL ERGONOMICS HANDBOOK Ed. Karowski W., Marras W.C. CRC Press, New York. Chap. 76: 1381 – 1394.

• Burton A.K., Battie M.C., Main C.J. (1999) “The Relative Importance of Biomechanical and Psychosocial Factors in Low Back Injuries”. In THE OCCUPATIONAL ERGONOMICS HANDBOOK. Ed. Karwoski W., Marras W.S. CRC Press, New York. Chap. 61: 1127 – 1138.

• Main C.J. ((1999) “Medicolegal aspects of pain: the nature of psychological opinion in cases of Personal Injury”. Gatchel R.J., Turk D.C. (eds) PSYCHOSOCIAL ASPECTS OF PAIN. Chap. 9: 132 – 147. Guilford Press, New York.

• Burton A.K., Main C.J. (2000) “Relevance of Biomechanics in Occupational Musculoskeletal Disorders” In OCCUPATIONAL MUSCULOSKELETAL DISORDERS. Ed Mayer T.G., Gatchel R.J., Polatin P.B. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Philadelphia. Chap. 10: 157-166

• Burton A.K., Main C.J. (2000) “Obstacles to recovery from work-related musculoskeletal disorders” In INTERNATIONAL ENCYCLOPEDIA OF ERGONOMICS AND HUMAN FACTORS. Ed Karwowski W. Taylor & Francis, p1542-1544

2001- 2005 • Main C.J. (2002) “Concepts of Treatment and Prevention in Musculoskeletal

disorders” in Linton S.J. (Ed) NEW AVENUES FOR THE PREVENTION OF CHRONIC MUSCULOSKELETAL PAIN AND DISABILITY. Pain Research and Clinical Management. Vol. 12: Chap. 5: 47 – 63.

• Burton A.K., Main C.J. (2002) Obstacles to recovery from Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders. In Karowski E. (Ed.) International Encyclopaedia of Pain

• Main C.J., Keefe F.J., Rollman G.J. (2002) “Psychological assessment and treatment of the pain patient” in PAIN 2002 – AN UPDATED REFRESHER

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COURSE SYLLABUS (Ed. Giamberardino M.A.). I.A.SP. Press, Seattle. Chap. 30: 281-301.

• Main C.J. and Watson P.J.(2002) The distressed and angry low back pain (LBP) patient. In Gifford L. (Ed) TOPICAL ISSUES IN PAIN Vol 3 Chap 8: 175-200. CNS Press, Falmouth

• Main C.J. (2003) “The nature of chronic pain A Clinical and Legal Challenge” in Halligan P., Bass C., Oakes D. (Eds) MALINGERING AND ILLNESS DECEPTION. Oxford University Press, Oxford. Chap 13 pp171-183.

• Mayou R., Main C.J. and Auty A. (2004) Apparently disproportionate injury outcomes and their causes. In The IUA/ABI WORKING PARTY REPORT: PSYCHOLOGY, PERSONAL INJURY AND REHABILITATION. Chap 5 pp 22-28. International Underwriting Association of London, London.

• Main C.J. (2004) The development of the biopsychosocial model. In The IUA/ABI WORKING PARTY REPORT: PSYCHOLOGY, PERSONAL INJURY AND REHABILITATION. Chap 10 pp 61-68. International Underwriting Association of London, London.

• Main C.J. (2004) Functional Capacity Evaluation (FCE) In The IUA/ABI WORKING PARTY REPORT: PSYCHOLOGY, PERSONAL INJURY AND REHABILITATION. Chap 13 pp 93-96. International Underwriting Association of London, London.

• Gatchell R.J. and Main C.J. (2004) Psychological Approaches to the management of failed surgery and revision surgery. In the LUMBAR SPINE (3rd Edition) Ed. Herkowitz. H J Dvorak, G Bell, M. Nordin & D Grob Lippincott Williams and Wilkins, Philadelphia. pp859-866.

• Main CJ, Waddell G. “Emotions”. In THE BACK PAIN REVOLUTION. Ed. Waddell G (2004) Chap. 11: 205-219.

• Main CJ, Waddell G. “Beliefs about back pain”. In THE BACK PAIN REVOLUTION. Ed. Waddell G (2004). Chap. 12: 221-239.

• Main C.J.; Robinson J.R. and Watson P.J. (2005) DISABILITY, INCAPACITY & REHABILITATION FOR PAIN PATIENTS 11th World Congress of Pain Refresher Course Syllabus. Chap 34, p 331-340. Seattle: IASP Press.

• Main C.J. Phillips C.J. and Watson P.J. (2005) Secondary Prevention In Health-Care And Occupational Settings In Musculoskeletal Conditions (Focusing On Low Back Pain). In HANDBOOK OF COMPLEX OCCUPATIONAL DISABILITY CLAIMS: EARLY RISK IDENTIFICATION, INTERVENTION AND PREVENTION. Schultz and Gatchel R.J. (Eds) Springer Science and Business Media, New York. Chap. 21 pp 387-404.

2006-2010 • Burton A.K., Waddell G. and Main C.J. (2006) Beliefs and obstacles to

recovery in low back pain. In Halligan P. and Aylward M. (Eds) THE POWER OF BELIEF. Chap 10, 161-176. Oxford, O.U.P.

• Main C.J., Waters S.J. and Keefe F.J. (2007) Cognitive behavioural therapy. In PAIN IN OLDER PEOPLE. Crome P., Main C.J. and Lally F. (Eds) Chapter 9: 109-119.Oxford, Oxford University Press.

• Main C.J.., Nicholas M.K., and Watson P.J. (2008) LOW BACK PAIN: ASSESSMENT AND MANAGEMENT: From secondary prevention to

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clinical rehabilitation. In PAIN 2008-An Updated Refresher Course Syllabus. Ed. Castro-Lopez J., Raja S. and Schmelz M. Part 18.Seattle: IASP Press.

• Watson P.J. Main C.J. and Smeets R.J.E.M. (2010). Basics, management and treatment of low back pain. in Pain 2010: A Refresher course. Part 16. Seattle, I.A.S.P. Press

• Wynne-Jones G, Main C.J. (2010) The potential for prevention: occupation. In CHRONIC PAIN EPIDEMIOLOGY: From aetiology to public health. Ed Croft P, Blyth F.M., van der Windt D. Chap 24: p 313- 327. Oxford, O.U.P.

2011-2015 • Main C.J., Kendall N.A.S., Hasenbring M.. (2012) Screening of psychosocial

risk factors (Yellow Flags) for chronic back pain and disability. In FROM ACUTE TO CHRONIC BACK PAIN: Risk factors, mechanisms and clinical implications. Ed. Hasenbring M., Rusu A. and Turk D.C. Chap 11.pp 203-230 Oxford, O.U.P.

• Shaw WS, Pransky GS, Main C.J. (2012) Work-related risk factors for transition to chronic back pain and disability. In FROM ACUTE TO CHRONIC BACK PAIN: Risk factors, mechanisms and clinical implications. Ed. Hasenbring M., Rusu A. and Turk D.C. Chap 19 pp377-388 Oxford, O.U.P.

• Main C.J. , Burton A.K. (2012) Engaging patients in their own care for back care: the role of education and advice in the prevention of chronic pain and disability . In FROM ACUTE TO CHRONIC BACK PAIN: Risk factors, mechanisms and clinical implications. Ed. Hasenbring M., Rusu A. and Turk D.C. Chap 23.pp 433-452 Oxford, O.U.P.

• Main CJ and Keefe FJ (2014) Introductory Chapter in Fordyce’s Behavioral Methods for Chronic pain and Illness. Republished with commentaries Main CJ, Keefe FJ, Jensen MP, Vlaeyen J, Vowles K (Eds). 2014 Washington DC, IASP Press (LWW) pp 1-16

• Main CJ Its Not All In The Mind: Commentary on Chapter 2: Psychogenic Pain in Main CJ, Keefe FJ, Jensen MP, Vlaeyen J, Vowles K (Eds) Fordyce’s Behavioral Methods for Chronic pain and Illness Republished with commentaries. 2014 Washington DC, IASP Press (Walter Kluwer)) 67-79.

In Press • Main CJ, Shaw WS (2015) Conceptual, methodological and measurement

challenges in addressing Return to Work in workers with Musculoskeletal Disorders In HANDBOOK OF RETURN-TO –WORK: From Research to Practice Schultz I, Gatchel RJ (Eds) New York, Springer

• Main CJ, Mitchell J, Shaw WS (2015) Towards an Approach to Return to Work in Musculoskeletal Disorders In HANDBOOK OF RETURN-TO –WORK: From Research to Practice Schultz I, Gatchel RJ (Eds) New York Springer.

Peer Reviewed Academic Journal Papers (since 1995)

There are omissions from the CV prior to 1995

1978-1985

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• McCreadie RG, Main CJ, Dunlop RA. (1978) Token economy, pimozide and chronic schizophrenia. Brit J Psychiat 133:179-181

• Aitken RC, , Lister JA, Main CJ, (1981) Identification of flying phobia in aircrew Brit. J Psychiat 139:38-42

• G Masterton G , Main CJ, Lever AF, R S Lever RS (1981) Low blood pressure in psychiatric inpatients Brit. Heart J. 45:442-446

• Main CJ, Masterton G (1981) The influence of hospital environment on blood pressure in psychiatric in-patients J. Psychosom Res 25: 157-163

• Waddell G, Main CJ, Morriis EW, Venner RM, Rae PS, Sharmy SH, Galloway H (1982) Normality and reliability in the clinical assessment of backache BMJ 284:1519-1531

• Main CJ (1983) The Modified Somatic Perception Scale Journal of Psychosomatic Research 27:503-514

• Waddell G, Main CJ, Morris EW, Di Paola MP, Gray ICM (1984) Chronic low back pain, distress and illness behaviour Spine 9:209-213

• Waddell G, Bircher M, Finlayson D, Main CJ (1984) Symptoms and signs: physical disease or illness behaviour? BMJ 289:739-741

• Waddell G, Main CJ (1984) The assessment of severity in low back disorders Spine 9:204-208

• Main CJ, Waddell G 1984 The detection of psychological abnormality using four simple scales Current concepts in Pain 2:10-15

• Gray ICM, Main CJ, Waddell G (1985) Psychological assessment in general orthopaedic practice. Clin Orthop 184:258-263

• Waddell G, Main CJ (1987) Chronic backache, distress, illness behaviour and Surgery. Acta Orthop. Belgica 52:265-267

• Main CJ, Waddell G (1987) Psychometric construction and validity of the Pilowsky Illness Behaviour Questionnaire in British patients with chronic low back pain. Pain 28:13-25.

• Main CJ, Waddell G (1987) Personality assessment in the management of low back pain. Clin. Rehab 1:139-142

• Main CJ, Waddell G (1989) The assessment of pain Clin rehab 3:267-274 • Main CJ (1990) Psychological and socio-economic factors in pain. Current

Opinions in Anaesthesiology 3:764-770. • Winocour PH, Main CJ, Medlicott G, Anderson DC (1990) A Psychometric

Evaluation of Adult Patients With Type 1 (Insulin Dependent) Diabetes Mellitus: Prevalence of psychological dysfunction and relationship to demographic variables, metabolic control and complications Diabetes Res. 14:171-176

• Main CJ, Spanswick CC (1991) Pain: psychological and psychiatric factors. Brit Med Bull 47:732-742

• Main CJ, Waddell G (1991) A comparison of cognitive measures in low back pain: statistical st287-298ructure and clinical validity at initial assessment Pain 46:

• Main CJ, Wood PL, Hollis S, Spanswick CC, Waddell G (1992) The Distress and Risk Assessment Method. A simple patient classification to identify distress and evaluate the risk of poor outcome Spine 17:42-52.

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• Waddell G, Newton M, Henderson I, Somerville D, Main CJ (1993) A Fear Avoidance Beliefs Questionnare (FABQ) and the role of fear avoidance beliefs in chronic low back pain and disability. Pain 52:157-168

1995-2000 • Burton A.K., Tillotson M., Main C.J., Hollis S. (1995) “Psychosocial

predictors of outcome in acute and subchronic low back trouble”. Spine 20: 722 – 728.

• Main C.J., Spanswick C.C. (1995) “Personality assessment and the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory. 50 years on: do we still need our security blanket?”. Pain Forum 4: 90-96.

• Main C.J., Spanswick C.C. (1995) “Response to our commentators”. Pain Forum 4: 110 – 113.

• Main C.J., Spanswick C.C. (1995) “’Functional overlay’ and illness behaviour in chronic pain: distress or malingering? Conceptual difficulties in medico-legal assessment of personal injury claims”. Journal Psychosomatic Research 39: 737 – 753.

• Main C.J., Burton A.K. (1995) “The patient with low-back pain: who or what are we assessing? – an experimental investigation of a clinical puzzle”. Pain Reviews 2: 203 – 209.

• Main C.J., Watson P.J. (1995) “Screening for patients at risk of developing chronic incapacity”. Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation 5: 207 – 217.

• Parker H., Wood P.L.R., Main C.J. (1995) “The use of the Pain Drawing as a screening measure to predict psychological distress in chronic low back pain”. Spine 20: 236 – 243.

• Symonds T.L., Burton A.K., Tillotson K.M., Main C.J. (1996) “Do attitudes and beliefs influence work loss due to low back trouble?” Occupational Medicine 46: 25 – 32.

• Symonds T.L., Burton A.K., Tillotson K.M., Main C.J. (1995) “Absence resulting from low back trouble can be reduced by psychosocial intervention at the workplace”. Spine 20: 2738 – 2745.

• Main C.J. (1996) Early indicators of stress in low back pain. Bull Hosp Jt Dis 55(3) p125-126

• Main C. J., Watson P.J. (1996) What harms – Pain Behaviour? Psychological and Physical Factors in the Development of Chronicity. Bulletin: Hospital for Joint Diseases. 55: 4, 210 – 212.

• Main C. J., Watson P. J. (1996) Guarded Movements: Development of Chronicity. Journal of Musculoskeletal Pain 4 (4) : 163 – 170.

• Fortune D.G., Main C.J., O'Sullivan T.M. & Griffiths C.E.M. (1997). Assessing illness -related stress in psoriasis: the psychometric properties of the psoriasis life stress inventory. Journal of Psychosomatic Research 42/5 p.467-475.

• Fortune D.G, Main C.J., O'Sullivan T.M. & Griffiths C.E.M. (1997). Quality of life in patients with psoriasis: the contribution of clinical variables and psoriasis-specific stress. British Journal of Dermatology 137:755-760.

• Gargan M., Bannister G., Main C.J., Hollis S. (1997) The behavioural response to whiplash. Journal of Bone & Joint Surg. 79-B: 523 – 526.

• Watson P.J., Booker C.K., Main C.J., Chen A.C.N. (1997) Surface Electromyography in the identification of chronic low back pain patients:

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The development of a flexion relaxation ratio. Clinical Biomechanics (12) 3: 165 – 171.

• Watson P.J., Booker C.K., Main C.J. (1997) Evidence for the role of psychological factors in abnormal paraspinal activity in patients with chronic low back pain (CLBP). Journal of Musculoskeletal Pain Vol. 5(4) 41 – 56.

• Fortune D.G., Richards H.L., Main C.J. O'Sullivan T.M. and Griffiths C.E.M. (1998) Developing clinical psychology services in the outpatient dermatology specialist clinic; what factors are associated with non-uptake of the service? Clinical Psychology Forum, 115, pp34-36.

• Fortune D.G., Richards H.L., Main C.J. and Griffiths C.E.M. (1998). What patients with psoriasis believe about their condition. Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, 39, pp 196-201.

• Main C.J., Waddell G. (1998) Behavioural responses to examination: A reappraisal of the interpretation of “Nonorganic Signs”. Spine, Vol 23, (21): 2367 – 2371.

• Rankine J.J., Fortune D.G., Hutchinson D.G., Main C.J. (1998) Pain drawings in the assessment of Nerve Root Compression: A Comparitive Study with Lumber Spine Magnetic Resonance Imaging. Spine, Vol 23, No.15, 1668 – 1676.

• Watson P.J., Chen A.C.N., Booker C.K., Main C.J. and Jones A.K.P. (1998). Differential electromyographic response to experimental cold pressor test in chronic low back pain patients and normal controls. Journal of Musculoskeletal Pain, 6(2):51-64

• Watson P.J., Main C.J., Gales T., Waddell G., Purcell-Jones G. (1998) Medically certified work loss and cost of wages compensation for back pain: a follow-up study of the working population of Jersey. British Journal of Rheumatology (37) 82 – 86.

• Main C.J., Watson P.J. (1999) “Psychological aspects of pain”. Manual Therapy 4(4) 203 – 215.

• Richards, H.L., Fortune, D.G., O'Sullivan, T.M., Main C.J. & Griffiths, C.E.M.(1999) Patients with psoriasis and their compliance with medication. Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, 41, 581-583

• Schade V., Semner N., Main C.J., Hora J., Boos N. (1999) The impact of morphological, psychosocial and work related factors on the outcome of lumbar discectomy. Pain 80 : 239 – 249.

• Boos N., Semner N., Elfring A., Schade V., Gal I., Zanetti M., Kissling R., Buchegger N., Hodler J., Main C.J. (2000) “Natural history of individuals with asymptomatic disc alterations in M.R.I”. Spine 25 : 1484 – 1492.

• Fortune D.G., Richards H.L., Main C.J. and Griffiths C.E.M.(2000) Pathological worrying, illness perceptions and disease severity in patients with psoriasis. British Journal of Health Psychology, 5:71-82

• Frank A.O., De Souza L.H., McAuley J.H., Sharma V., Main C.J. (2000) A cross-sectional survey of the clinical and psychological features of low back pain and consequent work handicap: use of the Quebec Task Force classification. Int J Clin Pract. 54(10):639-644

• Main C.J., Richards H.L., Fortune D.G. (2000) Editorial: Why put new wine in old bottles: the need for the biopsychosocial approach to the assessment, treatment and understanding of unexplained and explained symptoms in medicine. Journal of Psychosomatic Research 48 :511 – 514.

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• Richards, H.L., Fortune, D.G., Main, C.J., & Griffiths, C.E.M..(2000) The desynchrony between disease severity and disability in psoriasis. Abstracts of the 8th International Congress on Dermatology and psychiatry. Dermatology and Psychosomatics, 1(Suppl. 1): 44

• Pomeroy VM, Frames C, Faragher EB, Hesketh A, Hill E, Watson PJ, Main CJ (2000) Reliability of a measure of post-stroke shoulder pain in patients with and without aphasia and or unilateral spatial neglect. Clinical Rehabilitation 14:584-591

2001- 2005 • Richards, H.L, Fortune D.F, Main C.J.,and Griffiths C.E.M. (2001) The

contribution of perceptions of stigmatisation to disability in patients with psoriasis. Journal of Psychosomatic Research. 50: 11-15

• Fortune D.F.,Richards, H.L., Main C.J.,and Criffiths C.E.M. (2002) Patient strategies for coping with psoriasis. Clinical and Experimental Dermatology. 27:177-184

• Fortune D.F.,Richards, H.L., Main C.J.,and Griffiths C.E.M. (2002) Psychological stress, distress and disability in patients with psoriasis: consensus and variation in the contribution of illness perceptions, coping and alexothymia. British Journal of Clinical Psychology 41:157-174.

• Fortune D.F.,Richards, H.L., Main C.J., Kirby B.; Bocock S. and Griffiths C.E.M. (2002) A cognitive-behavioural symptom management programme as an adjunct in psoriasis therapy. British Journal of Dermatology 146:458-465.

• Main C.J., Williams A.C.de C. (2002) ABC of Psychological Medicine: Musculoskeletal pain. BMJ 325 : 534 – 537.

• Silver A., Heaney M.,Vijayadurai P., Wilks D., Patrick M and Main C.J. (2002) “The role of fear of physical movement and activity in chronic fatigue syndrome”. Journal of Psychosomatic Research. 52:485-493

• Burton A.K., Waddell G., Bartys S. and Main C.J. (2003) Original Research Article. Screening to identify people at risk of long-term incapacity: a conceptual and scientific review. Disability Medicine 3: 72-83.

• Fortune D.G., Richards H.L., Corrin A., Taylor R.J., Griffiths C.E.M., Main C.J. (2003) Attentional Bias for Psoriasis-Specific and Psychosocial Threat in patients with Psoriasis. Journal of Behavioral Medicine 26 (3): 211-224

• Fortune D.F.,Richards, H.L., Kirby B., McElhone K., Markham T. Rogers S., Main C.J.,and Griffiths C.E.M. (2003) Psychological distress impairs clearance of psoriasis in patients treated with photochemotherapy. Archives of Dermatology 139 (6):752-756

• Burton A.K., McClune T.D., Clarke R.D., Main C.J. (2004) Long-term follow-up of patients with low back pain attending for manipulative care – outcomes and predictors. Manual Therapy 9:30-35.

• Fortune D.F.,Richards, H.L.,Griffiths C.E.M., Main C.J. (2004) Targeting cognitive behavioural therapy to patients implicit model of psoriasis: Results from a patient preference controlled trial. British Journal of Clinical Psychology 43: 65-82.

• Fortune D.G., Richards H.L., Kirby B., McElhone K., Main C.J. and Griffiths C.E.M. (2004) Epidemiology and Health Services Research: Successful treatment of psoriasis improves psoriasis-specific but not more general aspects of patients’ well-being. British Journal of Dermatology. 151:1219-1226.

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• Richards H.L., Fortune D.G., Chong S.L.P., Mason D.L., Sweeney S.K.T., Main C.J. and Griffiths C.E.M. (2004) Divergent beliefs about psoriasis are associated with increased psychological distress. Journal of Investigative Dermatology. 123: 49-56

• Fortune D.F.,Richards, H.L.,Griffiths C.E.M., Main C.J. (2004) Targeting cognitive behavioural therapy to patients implicit model of psoriasis: Results from a patient preference controlled trial. British Journal of Clinical Psychology 43: 65-82.

• Fortune D.G., Richards H.L., Kirby B., McElhone K., Main C.J. and Griffiths C.E.M. (2004) Epidemiology and Health Services Research: Successful treatment of psoriasis improves psoriasis-specific but not more general aspects of patients’ well-being. British Journal of Dermatology. 151:1219-1226.

• Richards H.L., Fortune D.G., Chong S.L.P., Mason D.L., Sweeney S.K.T., Main C.J. and Griffiths C.E.M. (2004) Divergent beliefs about psoriasis are associated with increased psychological distress. Journal of Investigative Dermatology. 123: 49-56

• Watson PJ, Main CJ (2004) Influence of benefit type on presenting characteristics and outcome from an occupationally orientated rehabilitation programme for unemployed people with chronic low back pain. Physiotherapy 90: 4 - 11

• Watson P., Booker C.K., Moores L. and Main C.J. (2004)Returning the chronically unemployed with low back pain to employment. European Journal of Pain: 8 (4) 359-369

• Wittkowski A, Richards HL, Main CJ, Griffiths CEMG. (2004) The impact of psychological and clinical factors on quality of life in individuals with atopic dermatitis. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 57:195-200

• Bartys S, Burton A.K. and Main C.J. (2005) A prospective study of psychosocial risk factors and absence due to musculoskeletal disorders- implications for occupational screening. Occupational Medicine. 55: 375 – 379.

• Fortune D.F., Richards H.L., Griffiths C E.M. and Main C.J. (2005) Adversarial growth in patients undergoing treatment for psoriasis: A prospective study of the ability of patients to construe benefits from negative events. Psychology, Health and Medicine 10: 44-56.

• Fortune D.G., Richards H.L., Griffiths CEM., and Main C.J. (2005). Worry and pathological worry in patients with psoriasis: Cross sectional and longitudinal analyses of the Penn State Worry Questionnaire (PSWQ) in four samples of patients. Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings. 2005, 12, 143-152.

• Linton SJ, Gross D, Schultz IZ, Main C.J., Côté P, Pransky G, and Johnson W (2005) Prognosis and the identification of workers risking disability: Research issues and directions for future research. Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation. 15: 459 – 474.

• Main C.J. Glozier N and Wright I.A (2005) Validation of the H.S.E. Stress Tool: An investigation within four organisations by the Corporate Health and Performance Group (CHAP). Occupational Medicine 55: 208-214.

• Hay, E., Mullis, R., Lewis, M., Vohora, K., Main, C., Watson, P., Dziedzic, K., Sim, J., Minns-Lowe, C. & Croft, P. (2005) Comparison of physical

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treatments versus a brief pain management programme for back pain in primary care: a randomised clinical trial in physiotherapy practice. Lancet, 365, 2024-2029.

• Main C.J.(2005) Commentary: Early psychosocial interventions for low back pain in primary care. BMJ 331:88

• Richards HL, Ray D, Kirby B, Mason D, Plant D, Main CJ, Fortune DG, Griffiths CEM. (2005) Response of the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis to psychological stress in patients with psoriasis. British Journal of Dermatology, 153, 1114-1120.

• Richards, H.L., Fortune, D.G., Griffiths C.E.M., Main CJ.(2005) Alexithymia in patients with psoriasis: Clinical correlates and psychometric properties of the Toronto Alexithymia Scale-20. Journal of Psychosomatic Research. 58, 89-96.

2006 - 2010 • Angst F., Brioschi R., Main C.J., Lehmann S. and Aeschlimann A. (2006)

Interdisciplinary rehabilitation in fibromyalgia and chronic back pain: a prospective outcome study. Journal of Pain, 7:807-815

• McCluskey S., Burton A.K.M. and Main C.J. (2006) The implementation of occupational health guidelines principles for reducing sickness absence due to musculoskeletal disorders. Occup. Med., 56: 237-242.

• Mullis R., Dziedzic K.S., Lewis M., Minns Lowe C.J., Main C.J., Watson P.J. and Hay E.M. (2006). Validation of complex interventions in a low back pain trial: selective video analysis cross-referenced to clinical case notes. Contemporary Clinical Trials, 27:404-412

• Kirby B., Richards H.L., Mason D.L., Fortune D.G., Main C.J. and Griffiths C.E.M. (2007) Alcohol consumption and psychological distress in patients with dermatitis. Brit. Journ. Dermatol. 158:138-140

• Sullivan M.J. and Main C.J. (2007) Service, advocacy and adjudication: Balancing the ethical challenge of multiple stakeholders in the rehabilitation of chronic pain. Disability & Rehabilitation 29:1596-1603

• Van der Windt D., Hay E., Jellema P and Main C.J. (2008) Psychosocial interventions for low back pain in Primary Care. Spine, 33:81-89

• Wittkowski A., Richards H.L., William D.G., Fortune D.G., Griffiths C.E.M. and Main C.J. (2007) An examination of the psychometric properties and factor structure of the Feelings of Stigmatisation Questionnaire. J. Clinical Psychol. Med. Settings 14:248-257.

• Wittkowski A., Richards H.L., Williams J. and Main C.J. (2008) Factor analysis of the Revised Illness Perceptions Questionnaire in adults with atopic dermatitis. Psychology, Health and Medicine. 13:446 -359.

• Wittkowski A., Richards, HL., Griffiths CEM, Main CJ. (2007) Illness perception in individuals with atopic dermatitis. Psychology, Health and Medicine. 12:433-444

• Dunn KM, Croft PR, Main CJ, Von Korff M. (2008) A prognostic approach to defining chronic pain: replication in a UK primary care low back pain population. Pain 135: 48-54.

• Foster N.E., Bishop B., Thomas E., Main C.J., Horne R., Weinmann J. and Hay E.M. (2008) Illness perceptions of low back patients in primary care: What are they, do they change and are they associated with outcome? Pain 136:177-187.

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• Hay E.M., Dunn K.M., Hill J.C., Lewis M., Mason E.E., Konstantinou K., Sowden G., Somerville S., Vohara K., Whitehiurst D. and Main C.J. (2008) A randomised clinical trial of subgrouping and targeting treatment for low back pain compared with best current care: The STarTBack Trial Study Protocol. BMC Musculoskeletal disorders 9:58.

• Hill J.C., Dunn D.M., Lewis M., Mullis R., Main C.J., Foster N.E. & Hay E.M. (2008) A Primary Care back Pain Screening Tool: Identifying patient Subgroups for Initial Treatment. Arthritis & Rheumatism 59: 632-641.

• Phillips CJ, Main CJ, Buck R, Aylward M, Wynne-Jones G, Farr A, Prioritising pain in policy making: the need for a whole systems perspective, (2008) Health Policy, 88:166-175

• Wynne-Jones G, Dunn KM, Mallen CD, Main CJ, Sickness certification in general practice: A comparison of electronic records with self reported absence, Primary Healthcare Research and Development (2008), 9: 113-118

• Wynne-Jones G, Dunn KM, Main CJ, The impact of low back pain on work: A study amongst primary care consulters, European Journal of Pain (2008) 12: 180 –188

• Buck R, Wynne-Jones G, Varnava A, Main CJ, Phillips CJ, Working with musculoskeletal pain, British Pain Society Reviews in Pain (2009) 3: 6-10.

• Overmeer T. , Boersma, K, Main C.J. and Linton S.J. (2009). Do physical therapists change their beliefs, attitudes, knowledge, skills and behaviour after a biopsychosocially orientated university course? Journal of Evaluation in Clinical practice 15: 724-732.

• Shaw W.S., van der Windt., Main C.J., Loisel P and Linton S.J. (2009)“Now tell me about your work: the feasibility of early screening and intervention to address occupational factors (“Blue Flags”) in back disability”. J. Occup. Rehab. 19: 64-80.

• Wynne-Jones G, Mallen CD, Mottram S, Main CJ, Dunn KM, (2009)The identification of UK sickness certification rates, standardised for age and sex, British Journal of General Practice 59:510-516

• Wynne-Jones G, Varnava A, Buck R, Karanika-Murray M, Griffiths A, Phillips C, Cox T, Kahn S, Main CJ, (2009) Examination of the Work Organisation Assessment Questionnaire in public sector workers, Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine 51:586-593.

• Wynne-Jones G, Buck R, Varnava A, Phillips CJ, Main CJ, (2009) Impacts on work absence and performance: what really matters? Occupational Medicine 59:556-562.,

• Foster N.E, Thomas E.,, Bishop A., Dunn K. and Main C.J. (2010) Distinctiveness of psychological obstacles to recovery in low back pain patients in primary care. Pain 148:398-40.

• Hill J.C., Dunn K.M., Main C.J. & Hay E.M. (2010) Subgrouping low back pain: a comparison of the STarT Back Tool with the Orebro Musculoskeletal Pain Questionnaire. European Journal of Pain.14:83-89.

• Lewis M., Morley S.J.; van der Windt D.A.W.M., Hay E.M., Jellema P., Dziedzic K., Main C.J. Measuring practitioner/therapist effects in randomized trials of low back pain and neck pain interventions in primary care settings. European Journal of Pain. doi:10.1016/j.ejpain.2010.04.002

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• Main CJ, Buchbinder R., Porcheret M. and Foster N. (2010) Addressing patient beliefs in the consultation. Clin. Rheum.Best Practice & Research 24:219-225.

• Main CJ, Foster N. and Buchbinder R.(2010) How important are back beliefs and expectations for satisfactory recovery from back pain Clin. Rheum. Best Practice & Research 24:205-217.

• Wynne-Jones G., Mallen C.D., Main C.J. and Dunn K.M. (2010) Sick certification and the GP: what really happens in practice? Family Practice. 27:344-350.

• Wynne-Jones G., Mallen C.D., Main C.J. and Dunn K.M. (2010) General Practitioners’ attitudes and beliefs to sick certification: a systematic review. Scand. Journal of Primary Health Care. 28:67-75.

• Henschke N, Raymond WJG Ostelo R.W.J.G., van Tulder M.W, Vlaeyen J.W.S., Morjey S.J., Asseldelft W.J.J., Main C.J. (2010) Behavioural Treatments for chronic low back pain (2010) Cochrane Review

• Wynne-Jones G, Webb K.,, Buck R, Cooper L, Button L, Main CJ, Phillips

CJ, (2011) What happens if you’re unwell: beliefs and attitudes of managers and employees with musculoskeletal pain in public sector organisations? Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation. J. Occ. Rehab 21:31-42

• Nicholas M.K., Watson P.J., Linton S.J. and Main C.J. (2011) The identification and management of psychosocial risk factors (Yellow Flags) in patients with low back pain. Physical Therapy. 91:737-753

• Shaw W.S., Main C.J. Johnson V. (2011) Addressing occupational factors in the management of low back pain: implications for physical therapist practice. Physical Therapy.91:777-789

• Main C.J. George S.Z. (2011a) Editorial Psychosocial Influences on Low Back Pain: Why should you care? Physical Therapy 91:609-613

• Main C.J., George S.Z. (2011b) Psychologically Informed Practice for management of low back pain: Future directions in Practice and Research. 91: 820-827

• Buck R, Porteous C, Wynne-Jones G, Marsh K, Phillips C.J., Main C.J.(2011) Challenges to Remaining at Work with Common Health Problems: What Helps and What Influence Do Organisational Policies Have? J Occup Rehabil 21: 501-512

• Buck R, Porteous C, Wynne-Jones G, Webb K, Cooper L, Button L, Phillips CJ, Main CJ, Shall I stay or shall I go? What influences decisions about working with health problems in public sector employees? (Disability & Rehabilitation)

• Wynne-Jones G., Buck R., Varnava A., Phillips C.J. and Main C.J. (2009) Impacts on work absence and performance.: what really matters? Occup Med. 59:556-562 .

• Wynne-Jones G., Buck R., Varnava A., Phillips C. and Main C.J. (2011) Impacts on work performance: what matters six months on? Occupational Medicine 61:205-208

• Wynne-Jones G., Main C.J. (2011) Overcoming pain as a barrier to work Current Opinion in Supportive & Palliative Care: 5:131-136

• Hill JC, Whitehurst DGT, Lewis M, Bryan S, Dunn KM, Foster NE, Konstantinou K, Main CJ, Mason E, Somerville S, Sowden S, Vohora K, and Hay EM (2011) Comparison of stratified primary care management for low

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back pain with current best practice (STarT Back): a randomised controlled trial. Lancet 378:1560 - 1571

• Sowden G., Hill J., Kostantinou K., Khann M., Main C.J., Salmon P., Somerville S., Wathall A. and Foster N. (2012) Targeted treatment in primary care for low back pain:the treatment system and clinical training programmes used in the IMPaCT Back study (ISRCTN 55174281) Family Practice 29:50-62

• Main C.J., Hill J.C., Sowden G. Hay E.M. Integrating physical and psychological approaches to treatment in low back pain: The development and content of the StarT Back trial’s “high risk” intervention (STarTBack:ISRCTN 37113406) Physiotherapy. 98: 110-117

• Wideman TH; Hill JC, Main, CJ; Lewis M, , PhD; Sullivan MJ. Hay EM (2012) Comparing the Responsiveness of a Brief, Multidimensional Risk Screening Tool for Back Pain to its Unidimensional Reference Standards: The Whole is Greater Than the Sum of its Parts. Pain 153: 2182-2191

• Phillips C.J., Buck R, Main C.J., Watson P.J., Davies S., Farr A, Harper C., Noble G., Aylward A., Robinson R, Downton M, Hale J. .(2012) Cost effectiveness of NHS Physiotherapy support for occupational health (OH) services. BMC Musculoskeletal. doi:10.1186/1471-2474-13-29

• Main C.J., Linton SJ, What really goes on behind closed doors: The need to understand communication about pain Scand. J. Pain 4 :23-24

• Porcheret M P, Grime J, Main CJ, Krysia Dziedzic K Developing a model osteoarthritis consultation: a Delphi consensus exercise BMC Musc Dis 14:25 doi:10.1186/1471-2474-14-25

• Dziedzic KS, Healey EL, Main CJ.Implementing the NICE Osteoarthritis guidelines in primary care: a role for practice nurses Musculoskel.Care 11: 1-2

• Campbell P, Bishop A, Dunn KM, Main CJ,, Thomas E, Foster NE Conceptual overlap of psychological constructs in low back pain. Pain 154:1783-1791

• Main CJ The importance of psychosocial influences on chronic pain. Pain Management 3:455-466

• Campbell P, Tang N, McBeth J, Lewis M, Main CJ, Croft PR, Morphy H, Dunn KM The role of sleep problems in the development of depression in those with persistent pain: a prospective cohort study Sleep,36:2013 1963-1968

• Wynne-Jones G, Cowen J, Jordan JL, Uthman O, Main CJ, Glozier N, van der Windt DAW Estimating the occupational burden in people with back pain: A systematic review and meta-analysis Occup Environ Med doi:10.1136/oemed-2013-101571

• Shaw WS, Campbell P, Nelson CC, Main CJ, Linton SJ. Effects of workplace, family and cultural influences on low back pain: What opportunities exist to address social factors in general consultations? Best Pract Res Clin Rheum 27: 637-648

• Foster NE, Mullis M, Hill JC, Lewis M, Whitehurst DGT, Doyle C, Konstantiniou K, Main CJ, Somerville S, Sowden G, Wathall S, Young J, Hay EM Effect of stratified-care for low back pain in general practice (IMPaCT Back): a prospective population-based sequential comparison. An Fam Med 2014;12:102-111

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• Main CJ (2014) Invited Commentary: Reflections on the assessment and management of Yellow and Blue Flags in LBP patients. Phys Ther Revs 2014; 19:145-6

• Porcheret M, Main CJ, Croft P, McKinley R, Hassell A, Dziedzic K Development of a behaviour change intervention: a case study on the practical application of theory . 2014 Imp. Sci. 9:42 (2014)

• Annette Bishop1*, Gwenllian Wynne-Jones1, Sarah A Lawton1, Danielle van der Windt1, Chris Main1, Gail Sowden1, A Kim Burton2, Martyn Lewis1, Sue Jowett, Tom Sanders1, Elaine M Hay1, Nadine E Foster1 and on behalf of the SWAP study team, (2014) Rationale, design and methods of the Study of Work and Pain (SWAP): a cluster randomised advice service to best current primary care for patients with musculoskeletal pain (ISRCTN 52269669). BMC Muscuoskel. Dis 15:232.

• Mansell G, Hill JC, ,Kamper S, Kent P, Main CJ, van der Windt DAW (2014) How Can We Design Low Back Pain Intervention Studies to Better Explain the Effects of Treatment? Spine 39(5): E305-E310

• Brian E. McGuire BE, Nicholas MK, Asghari A, Wood BM, Main CJ, (2014) Topical Review. Psychological treatments for pain in older adults: Cautious optimism and an agenda for research . Curr. Opin Psychiat. 27:380-384

Prestige Indicators (since 1995) 1982 Winston Churchill Travelling Fellowship to N. America (“New medical

research into the treatment of pain”) 1995 Winner of best clinical paper award at International Society for the Study of

the Lumbar Spine conference, Helsinki Invited member of M.R.C. steering group on physiotherapeutic trial of acute management of low-back pain

1996 Winner of Annual Back Pain Association gold medal for research into low back pain.

1997 Winner of Annual Back Pain Association gold medal for research into low back pain. Chair of Educational Committee of Pain Society (UK and Eire) Member of Program Committee of International Society for the Study of the Lumbar Spine.

1998 President of the Society for Back Pain Research of the UK 1999 Chair I.A.S.P. Special Interest Group on Clinical and Medicolegal issues in

Pain. Scientific Chairman of 8th Triennial World Congress on Pain satellite meeting on Pain and Personal Injury (Edinburgh) Visiting Professor : Dept. of Orthopaedic Surgery, Balgrist Hospital, Zurich. Scientific Chairman of Annual Scientific Meeting of the International Association for the Study of the Lumbar Spine, Adelaide.

2000 Scientific Chairman of Annual Meeting of the International Society for the Study of the Lumbar Spine, Adelaide.

2001 Re-appointment to Chair of Education Committee of the Pain Society (UK and Eire).

2002 Salford Royal Hospitals NHS Trust Awarded “Centre of Excellence” status by Government (for the Pain Service).

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Invited Convenor of Refresher Course on “Psychological Assessment and Treatment” to10th Triennial World Congress on Pain, San Diego.

2003 Convenor and keynote speaker National Assembly of Wales/Dept. of Work & Pensions Consensus Conference; May 6th-7th, Cardiff.

2005 Elected Honorary Member of the British Pain Society 2007 Convenor and Scientific Chair of Decade of the Flags Conference. Keele

University 2007 Appointed to Editorial Board of Psychology and Law 2008 Droitwich Lecturer at Annual BHPR meeting, Liverpool. 2008 Appointed to Editorial Board of Physical Therapy 2009 Appointed to International Advisory Board of MedRisk (Expert Clinical

Benchmarks) 2010 British Pain Society Annual Lecture (and medal) Invited Participation in Major Government, National or Professional Initiatives (since 1994) 1994 Advisor to Clinical Standards Advisory Group on Back Pain. 1996 Member of Dept. of Health Clinical Standards Advisory Group on Acute Pain,

Chronic Pain and Cancer Pain. Advisor to New Zealand Government Dept. of Health (see above).

1998 Contributor to report of the Joint Working Party of the Royal College of Surgeons of England and the Royal College of Psychiatrists and the Royal College of Surgeons on The Psychological Care of Surgical Patients.

1999 Medical advisor for Appeals Service (formerly Independent Tribunal Service) of the Lord Chancellors Dept. Keynote speaker at UK Government launch of the new BACK TO WORK Initiative.

2001 Advisor on Pain; National Assembly of Wales. Policy advisor to Dept. of Work and Pensions.

2002 Advisor on Psychological Injury to IUA/ABI joint working party. Appointed Chair of academic sub-group of Corporate Health & Performance (CHAP); U.K.

2002-4 Scientific Chair Wales Health Work Partnership (WHWP-I). 2003-4 Invited member of the IUA/ABI Working Party on : Psychology, Personal

Injury and Rehabilitation. 2005- Scientific Chair Wales Health Work Partnership (WHWP-II). 2006 40th Annual Mackid Lecturer at University of Calgary, Alberta 2006-7 Faculty Tutor to European Spine Society 2006 Invited member of 12-person international Work Disability and Prevention

Group of the I.C.O.H. 2009 Invited member British Pain Society/NICE working party on Low back pain

guidelines 2010 Invited member Arthritis Care U.K./M.R.C. advisory group on Occupational

Research Strategy. 2010- Invited member of External Academic Steering Group on ARUK IMPACT

(Psoriasis) programme at University of Manchester. 2013 Invited member of International Scientific Advisory Committee for

PREVENT trial (on pain biology education) University of Sydney NSW Australia

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2013 International Adjudicator for the 2013 Salus-Ansvar Prize for Medical Research (Scandinavia)

2013 Adjudicator for British Pain Society Mildred Clulow Award. 2014 External Assessor for ARUK/MRC Centre for reducing Workplace Disability 2014- Invited independent member of RfPB PACT trial RCT Trial Steering

Committee (St. Thomas’s & Guys & Kings College Hospitals) 2015 Co-Convenor of three-day international closed conference on engaging

employers in return-to-work after illness/injury. Hopkinton (Boston, Mass.) International Academic Invitations 1978-1985 (incomplete) 1978 Invited workshop presenter 8th European Congress of Behaviour Therapy,

Vienna 1982 Grand Rounds presentation, University of Washington, Seattle Keynote Lecture University of W. Virginia Charlottesville

Keynote Lecture University of California at Irvine Keynote Lecture University of British Columbia., Vancouver

1983 Invited presenter, 1st European Conference on Research into Rehabilitation, Edinburgh 1985-1995 (incomplete and undated ) Keynote lecturer at the Orton Rehabilitation Institute, Helsinki Lecture tour (keynotes) in Germany

with keynotes at Schmertz Centrum, Mainz, Medical School Hannover, University of Tubingen Medical School, Marburg, University of Ruhr at Bochum

Invited speaker 1st International Congress, Vienna Invited keynote Speaker Ulleval Hospital, Oslo Invited keynote speaker Dept of Orthopaedics and Physiotherapy Institute,

Gothenburg 1988 Keynote lecturer Scandinavian Association for the Study of Pain,

Nurmes,Finland 1988 Invited keynote speaker University of Orebro,Sweden 1988 Keynote Speaker Karolinska Institute,Sweden 1989 Keynote speaker 3rd annual International Back Pain Society, Amsterdam 1991 Keynote lecturer Australian Pain Society 1993 Keynote lecturer New Zealand Pain Society 1995-2015 1995 Plenary keynote speaker 19th annual meeting of French Chapter of IASP, Paris Principal keynote speaker at Association Francophone de Psychologie de la

Douleur , Paris 1996 Principal Overseas Plenary Lecturer for Accident & Compensation

Commission, New Zealand. Lecture Series (one day seminars held on successive days in Dunedin, Wellington and Auckland, New Zealand). Conference Organiser; Plenary Lecturer and Workshop Participant at one-day medico-legal conference on Personal Injury (Llandudno – April).

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1997 Invited Speaker – Litigating Chronic Pain Claims (London – Jan). IBC UK Conferences Ltd. Keynote Speaker. Spine Instructional Course, Singapore. Invited Speaker (on medico-legal issues) to the American Pain Society, New Orleans.

1998 Invited Speaker – 11th Annual Spine Course, Liverpool. Invited Participant in Symposium on Back Pain Rehabilitation at the American Pain Society, New Orleans. Principal Keynote Speaker to Rehabilitation Institute, Maastricht. Principal Keynote Speaker to the Swiss Association of Manipulative Medicine.

1999 Principal Keynote Speaker – Japanese Spine and Nerve Group, Chiba, Japan. Keynote Speaker – Safety at Health & Work Conference, Earls Court, London. Keynote Speaker (on Clinical Decision Making) to 8th Triennial World Congress on Pain Satellite Meeting in Maastricht (19th August). Keynote Speaker – Rehabilitation Institute, Helsinki, Finland. Keynote Speaker – Refresher Course on “Psychological Assessment” to 8th Triennial World Congress on Pain, Vienna, Austria. Keynote Speaker – Chartered Society of Physiotherapy Annual Scientific Meeting, Birmingham. Keynote Speaker – Norwegian University of Science & Technology, Trondheim.

2000 Keynote Speaker – at ISSLS/Work Cover Symposium, Adelaide, S. Australia. Keynote Speaker – Dept. of Orthopaedic Surgery, University of Zurich, Switzerland. Keynote Speaker – European Chiropractors Union Convention, Athens, Greece. Keynote Speaker at Lyons-Davidson Whiplash 2000 Conference, Bath, England. Keynote Speaker – S. Australia Work Cover Symposium, Adelaide. Keynote Speaker – Spine in Action 2000, Wellington, New Zealand. Keynote Speaker – 2nd Annual Scientific Meeting of Society of German Pain Psychologists. Keynote Speaker – 3rd European Congress on Pain (EFIC) Nice, France. Keynote Speaker – International Symposium on Back Pain & Disability, New York. Keynote Speaker – European Health & Safety Week (Health & Safety Executive, N. Ireland) Belfast. Invited Speaker – Pain Society Annual Scientific Meeting, Warwick. Invited Speaker – University of Manchester Psychiatry & Behavioural Sciences Millenium Meeting. Keynote Speaker – 2nd Chronic Fatigue Network Meeting, King Edward VII Hospital, Midhurst.

2001 Keynote Speaker – Pain & Nociception Group, London. Principal Keynote Speaker – Dutch Association for Manual Therapy. Keynote Speaker – National Assembly for Wales. Keynote Speaker – North British Pain Association. Keynote Speaker – Lyons-Davidson Conference on Fibromyalgia, Chronic Pain and Trauma.

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Principal Keynote Speaker – Scottish Network for Chronic Pain Research. Principal Keynote Speaker – Welsh Pain Society. Keynote Speaker – Conference on Malingering, Woodstock, Oxford. Principal Keynote Speaker – Dutch Chapter of International Association for the Study of Pain.

2002 Invited Speaker – Medico-Legal Conference (Distance Learning Unit; University of Manchester). Keynote Speaker – University of Basle Postgraduate Course on Pain Management. Principal Keynote Speaker – C.C.S.T.(Workmens’ Compensation Board), Montreal, Canada. Principal Keynote Speaker – IRSST (Institute of Work & Health), Montreal, Canada. Invited Convenor – 10th Triennial World Congress on Pain: Refresher Course. Principal Keynote Presenter – 10th Triennial World Congress on Pain : Refresher Course. Keynote Presenter – National Assembly of Wales Medical Committee, Cardiff. Keynote Presenter – Royal College of Physicians Meeting on “The Enigma of Pain and Suffering”, London. Keynote Presenter – European Spine Society Training Course, Barcelona. Keynote Presenter – Dept. of Behavioural Medicine, Orebor, Sweden. Invited Guest Lecturer – Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden. Invited Participant – Novartis Foundation Meeting on Biopsychosocial Models of Illness Invited Symposium Chair – Society of Back Pain Research ASM, Leeds. Invited Participant – Wellcome History of Medicine Seminar on Pain, London.

2003 Invited Keynote Lecturer – UnumProvident, Dorking, Sussex. Invited Participant – World Health Organisation Delphi Meeting on Pain &

Disability, Seeon, Bavaria (Germany). Invited Speaker – Royal Society of Medicine (Occupational Medicine Section), London. Invited Symposium Convenor, Chair and Speaker – Pain Society ASM,

Glasgow. Invited Keynote Speaker – Scottish Network for Chronic Pain Research,

Glasgow. Invited Symposium Chair – Royal Society of Medicine Meeting on Powers of

Belief, Cardiff. Invited Speaker – Royal Society of Medicine Meeting on Back Pain, Cardiff. Invited Lecturer – UnumProvident, Dorking, Leeds Invited Lecturer Annual Pain Management Conference, Norwich. Invited speaker – 8th International McKenzie Conference Rome. Invited symposium participant 4th International Congress of European

Federation of International Chapters (Pain). Prague Chair/Invited Speaker National Conference on Pain Management, York.

2004 Invited Plenary Lecturer Pain Society. U.K. Invited Plenary Lecturer Pain Society. Iceland Invited Lecturer Royal Society of Medicine and British Institute of

Musculoskeletal Medicine; Leeds. Invited Keynote lecturer. Zurzach Pain Course, Switzerland.

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Invited Principal Lecturer. Atos Origin (Schlumberger) Annual Medical Conference, Newport.

Invited Presenter European Association of Cognitive and Behavioural Psychotherapy, Manchester.

Invited Keynote Lecturer McGill University, Montreal Canada. Invited Keynote Lecturer. Annual meeting Portugese Chapter of IASP, Lisbon. Invited keynote Lecturer 10th annual McKenzie (Physiotherapy) Conference,

Middelfart,Denmark. Invited keynote lecturer. Greek Chapter of I.A.S.P. Athens.

2005 Invited Contributer and discussant on IMPROVING RETURN TO WORK RESEARCH. Liberty Mutual, Boston.

Invited participant, Conference on “Empathy” and the Social Psychology of Emotion. University of Ghent, Belgium

Invited speaker: 11th World Congress Clinical and Legal Interest Group Satellite Meeting, Melbourne. Invited Speaker, Session Chair (2) and Discussant

Invited Refresher Course Convenor & Participant at 11th Triennial World Congress on Pain, Sydney.

Invited Symposium Convenor & Participant at 11th Triennial World Congress on Pain, Sydney.

Workshop Convenor and Participant. New Approaches to Occupational Rehabilitation., 11th World Congress on Pain, Sydney

Invited participant. Workshop on The Assessment of Disability Caused by Pain. 11th World Congress on Pain, Sydney

Keynote Speaker and Panellist Quebec Congress on Rehabilitation after Trauma. Montreal, Canada

Keynote Speaker University of Laval, Quebec City, Canada 2006 Annual Mackid lecturer; University of Calgary

Grand Rounds Presenter Calgary Health Region Chronic Pain Centre Invited Lecturer Forum VIII Pre-Conference Symposium, Amsterdam Workshop presenter Forum VIII, Amsterdam Invited presenter at 28th International Congress on Occupational Health, workshop on disability prevention, Milan.

European Spine Society (Barcelona) 2007 European Spine Society, Liberec Mercy University Hospital Cork Irish Pain Society, Dublin National University of Ireland, Galway 2008 Annual Droitwich Lecturer; BSR/BHPR; Liverpool Invited lecturer: Royal Society of Anaesthetists 60th Anniversary meeting, London Symposium Convenor and Chair, EULAR 2008 Paris

Keynote Lecturer: CRIR-CLRC Conference; Montreal,Canada Convenor, Chair and Presenter. Internat. Assoc. for the Study of Pain 10th World Congress Refresher Course on Back Pain. Keynote lecturer: WorkCover SA (South Australia) Annual meeting, Adelaide Keynote Lecturer Annual Rheumatology Nurses Study day, Birmingham

Keynote lecturer Occupational Medicine Conference, Nottingham Invited Lecturer North British Pain Association, Edinburgh

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2009 Invited Lecturer Work, Health & Rehabilitation Conference, University of Salford

Invited Lecturer. 3rd Tayside Pain Symposium, St. Andrews Workshop Convenor and participant Low Back Pain Forum X; Boston, Mass.

Invited lecturer Occupational, Industrial and Orthopaedic Centre, New York University. Invited Lecturer. Liberty Mutual. Hopkinton, Massachusetts,USA. Invited Lecturer. Annual Expert Clinical Benchmarks meeting, Baltimore,

Maryland, USA. Keynote Speaker Annual Pain Management Programme Special Interest

Group, Newcastle -on-Tyne Invited Lecturer SKG/SGSS Joint Congress, Bern, Switzerland British Pain Society Masterclass; London. 2010 Invited Lecturer Advances in Chronic Pain Management (Hospital Medicine),

London. Invited Keynote. 2nd conf on Mechanical Diagnosis & Therapy. McKenzie

Institute(Germany, Switzerland & Austria), Stuttgart. Invited Keynote: Annual British Pain Society Lecture, Manchester. Invited lecturer: IASP World Congress Refresher Course, Montreal, Canada. Invited Lecturer Annual Expert Clinical Benchmarks meeting, Miami. 2011 Symposium Convenor and Presenter: A.P.T.A. CSM meeting New Orleans Invited Lecturer Low Back Forum XI, Melbourne Invited Keynote: Psychologists of New South Wales; Sydney Invited Keynotes (2): Motor Accident Authority (NSW), Sydney Invited Keynote: Exchanging Workmen’s Compensation Agency, Sydney Invited Speaker EULAR Primary Care Symposium, London Invited Speaker EULAR Rheumatology Trainees Forum, London

Invited Chair & Discussant EFIC 7th European Congress, Hamburg Invited Keynote MedRisk seminar, Amsterdam Invited Symposium Presenter Brit. Pain Soc. PMP SIG annual meeting, Bath. Invited Speaker & Workshop Leader Brit. Pain Soc. Study Day, London

2012 Invited Speaker University of Gainesville, Florida Topical Seminar convenor and presenter (2) IASP World Congress, Milan Invited Speaker IASP World Congress CLIP-SIG Satellite, Lake Como Workshop Co-Convenor at World Disability & Prevention Conference, Groningen Keynote and workshop “Master Class” British Pain Society

2013 Keynote Speaker at 4th Nat Conf (Brit J Hosp Med) on Chronic Pain Management, London

Keynote Speaker at biennial British Pain Society PMP Conference, Jersey Keynote Speaker at University of Stirling Dep. Of Psychology (Cancelled through illness)

Keynote Speaker at Symposium on Enhancing the quality of care for patients with Non-specific LBP; Arhus, Denmark

2014 Invited Participant in APTA-CSM symposium Writing with the Editors. Las Vegas USA

2014 Keynote Speaker Dept. of Psychology, University of New Mexico Albuquerque, NM, USA.

2014 Invited symposium participant Orebro University, Sweden 2015 Keynote Speaker Faculty of Pain Medicine (Ireland),

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Pending 2105 Invited Grand Rounds Presentation, Dept. of Anesthesiology & Pain

Medicine,University of Washington, Seattle 2015 Keynote Speaker European Epidemiology Conference, Maastricht,

Netherlands. 2015 Keynote Speaker British Pain Society PMP SIG, Manchester 2015 Invited presenter Andalusian Pain Society. Malaga, Spain Additional Scientific Activities

• Associate Editor of Spine (1998 – 2001) • Clinical Psychology Section Editor for European Journal of Pain (2001 –

2004) • Editorial Board Member Physical Therapy (2010-5 ) • Invited international member of Expert Clinical Benchmarks (MedRisk)

(2010-) • Reviewer of articles in scientific journals including: B.M.J., Pain, Spine,

Journal of Psychosomatic Research, British Medical Journal, British Journal of Clinical Psychology, Manual Therapy, Clinical Rehabilitation; Rheumatology; Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehab. BMJOpen, Physical Therapy Journal, Physical Therapy Archives; Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation; Journal of Pain, Clinical Journal of Pain, Scandinavian Journal of Pain; British Journal of Pain, European Journal of Pain, , J. of Occup & Environ Med, Physical Therapy Reviews

• Reviewer for NHS R & D (UK), ARUK, MRC, Wellcome Trust, Scottish Office; Colt Foundation

• Invited specialist abstract assessor for BSR. • 2007 External Ph.D. examiner Universities of Liverpool and London • 2008 External Ph.D. examiner Brunel University • 2009; Physical Therapy Podcast: Chair • 2010; Physical Therapy Podcast: Chair • 2010 External Ph.D examiner for University of Leicester. • 2010-11 Invited Guest Editor of Physical Therapy Special Issue • 2011 Physical Therapy Videocast. • 2014 Physical Therapy Podcast participant • 2014 External Ph.D.Examiner University College Dublin • 2014 External PhD Examiner Orebro University, Sweden

Chris J. Main Jan 2015.