Publications and Conferences
Smith M and Balabanovic J (2019). Hot and Bothered: Practical CBT strategies for Stress, Hot Flushes, Night sweats and Sleep. Session presented at British Menopause Society Annual Conference, July 2019.
Hunter, M.S. and Smith M (2017). Biopsychosocial Perspectives on the Menopause. in Edozien, L. C., & O'Brien, P. S. (Eds.). Biopsychosocial Factors in Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Cambridge University Press.
Hunter, M.S. and Smith M (2014). Managing Hot Flushes and Night Sweats with Group CBT: An evidence based treatment manual for health professionals. Routledge Taylor Francis. East Sussex and New York.
Hunter, M.S and Smith M (2013). Managing Hot Flushes and Night Sweats: A cognitive behavioural self-help guide. Routledge Taylor Francis. East Sussex and New York.
Ayers, B., Smith, M., Hellier, J., Mann, E. & Hunter, M. S. (2012) Effectiveness of group and self-help cognitive behavior therapy in reducing problematic menopausal hot flushes and night sweats (MENOS 2): a randomized controlled trial MENOPAUSE. 19, 7, 749-759
Mann, E., Smith, M. J., Hellier, J., Balabanovic, J. A., Hamed, H., Grunfeld, E. A. & Hunter, M. S. Mar (2012) Cognitive behavioural treatment for women who have menopausal symptoms after breast cancer treatment (MENOS 1): a randomised controlled trial The Lancet Oncology. 13, 3, p. 309 – 318
Smith, M. J., Mann, E., Mirza, A. & Hunter, M. S. (2011) Men and women's perceptions of hot flushes within social situations: Are menopausal women's negative beliefs valid? Maturitas. 69, 1, p. 57 - 62
Hunter, M. S., Ayers, B., & Smith, M. (2011). The Hot Flush Behavior Scale: a measure of behavioral reactions to menopausal hot flushes and night sweats. Menopause, 18(11), 1178-1183.
Mann, E., Smith, M., Hellier, J. & Hunter, M. S. (2011)A randomised controlled trial of a cognitive behavioural intervention for women who have menopausal symptoms following breast cancer treatment (MENOS 1): trial protocol BMC Cancer. 11, N/A, p. N/A 44
Smith, M and Hunter M (2009). Stress - Under Pressure at the Menopause. The Menopause Exchange, Issue 41, Summer 2009.
Smith, M; Calam, R; Bolton, C. (2009) Psychological factors linked to self-reported depression symptoms in late adolescence. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy. Vol 37 (1) pp. 73 -85
Williamson, E; Smith, M; Orford, J;, Copello, A; and Day, E. (2007). Social behaviour and network therapy for drug problems: evidence of benefits and challenges. Addictive Disorders and Their Treatment. Vol 6 (4) pp. 167- 179.
Orford, J; Hodgson, R; Copello, A; John, B; Smith, M; Black, R; Fryer, K; Handforth, L; Alwyn, T; Kerr, C; Thistlethwaite, G; SIegg, G. (2006). The clients' perspective on change during treatment for an alcohol problem: Qualitative analysis of follow-up interviews in the UK Alcohol Treatment Trial. Addiction. Vol. 101(1), pp. 60-68.
Orford, J; Kerr, C; Copello, A; Hodgson, R; Alwyn, T; Black, R; Smith, M; Thistlethwaite, G; Westwood, A; Slegg, G. (2006). Why people enter treatment for alcohol problems: Findings from UK Alcohol Treatment Trial pre-treatment interviews. Journal of Substance Use. Vol. 11(3) pp.161-176.