I have carried out several pieces of research and been lucky enough to collaborate with some fantastic supervisors and colleagues on this.
I have an ongoing research interest into compassion fatigue and ways of helping to prevent this.
I am currently co-supervising a doctoral thesis at Bath University on how we measure compassionate care, and undertaking my own project in inpatient adolescent units on what compassionate care looks like in this setting, funded by the Wellcome Centre for Cultures and Environments of Health.
Links to published papers are below:
Turgoose, D. & Maddox, L. (2017) Predictors of Compassion Fatigue in mental health professionals: A narrative review. Traumatology, 23(2), 172-185.
Turgoose, D., Glover, N., Barker, C., & Maddox, L. (2017) Empathy, compassion fatigue and burnout in police officers working with rape victims. Traumatology, 23 (2), 205-213.
Ames, C. S., Jolley, S., Laurens, K. R., Maddox, L., Corrigall, R., Browning, S., Hirsch, C. R., Hassanali, N., Bracegirdle, K. & Kuipers, E. (2013) Modelling psychosocial influences on the distress and impairment caused by psychotic-like experiences in children and adolescents. European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry.
Maddox, L., Jolley, S., Laurens, K.R., Hirsch, C., Hodgins, S., Browning, S., Bravery, L., Bracegirdle, K., Smith, P. & Kuipers, E., (2012) Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Unusual Experiences in Children: A Case Series. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy.
Maddox, L., Lee, D., & Barker, C. (2012) The impact of the psychological consequences of rape on rape case attrition: police perspective. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology. 27, 1, 33-44.
Maddox, L., Lee, D., & Barker, C. (2011) Police empathy and victim PTSD as potential factors in rape case attrition. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology. 26, 2, 112-117.
Maddox, L. (2008) Psychological consequences of rape and rape case attrition. Doctoral Thesis, University College London.
Kielar, C., Maddox, L., Bible, E., Pontikis, C.C., Macauley, S.L., Griffey, M.A., Wong, M., Sands, M.S., Cooper, J.D. (2007). Successive neuron loss in the thalamus and cortex in a mouse model of infantile neuronal ceroid lipofuscinosis. Neurobiology of Disease 25, 150-62.