• Doctorate in Health Psychology: University of Bath (2011)
  • PhD in Social and Policy Sciences University of Bath (2010)
  • Health Psychology Masters Degree University of Bath (2006)
  • Psychology Bachelor of Science Honours Degree University of the West of England, Bristol (2004)

Professional membership

  • Division of Health Psychology, British Psychological Society: Membership number 137952
  • Health and Care Professionals Council, Practitioner Psychologist: Registration number PYL28241


Peer reviewed publications

  1. Hackshaw-McGeagh, L. et al (2016). Prostate cancer - evidence of exercise and nutrition trial (PrEvENT): study protocol for a randomised controlled feasibility trial. Trials, 17 (123) DOI 10.1186/s13063-016-1248-x
  2. Sutton, E., Hackshaw-McGeagh, L. et al. (2016). The provision of diet and physical activity advice for men diagnosed with prostate cancer: a qualitative study of the views and experiences of health care professionals, patients and their partners. (In Press: Cancer Causes and Control)
  3. Hackshaw-McGeagh, L. et al (2015). Physical activity, alcohol consumption, BMI and smoking status before and after prostate cancer diagnosis in the ProtecT trial: Opportunities for lifestyle modification. International Journal of Cancer, 137 (6), pp 1509-1515
  4. Hackshaw-McGeagh, L. et al (2015). A systematic review of dietary, nutritional and physical activity interventions for the prevention of prostate cancer progression and mortality. Cancer Causes and Control, 26 (11), pp 1521-1550
  5. Dawe, K., Montgomery, A., McGee, H., Pangopoulou, E., Morgan, K., Hackshaw, L. et al. (2014). The effects of perceived stress on biological parameters in healthcare professionals; A systematic review. Journal of Health Psychology May 13. pii: 1359105314532970
  6. Hackshaw, L. et al (2012). Stop Smoking Service client’s views following the introduction of smoke-free legislation in England. The Journal of Smoking Cessation, 7, pp 47-54
  7. Bauld, L., Hackshaw, L. et al (2012). Implementation of routine biochemical validation and opt out referral pathway for smoking cessation in pregnancy. Addiction, 107, pp. 53-60
  8. McEwen, A., Hackshaw, L. et al (2012). Evaluation of a programme to increase referrals to stop-smoking services using Children’s Centres and smoke-free families schemes. Addiction, 107, pp 8-17
  9. Hackshaw, L. et al (2010). Quit attempts in response to smokefree legislation in England. Tobacco Control, 19, pp160-164
  10. Hackshaw, L. and Bauld, L. (2009). Smoking Cessation. [online]. Available from:
  11. Murray, R. L., Bauld, L., Hackshaw, L. E. and McNeill, A. (2009) Improving access to smoking cessation services for disadvantaged groups: a systematic review. Journal of Public Health, 31 (2): 258-277
  12. Bauld, L., McNeill, A., Hackshaw, L. and Murray, R. (2007). The effectiveness of smoking cessation interventions to reduce the rates of premature death in disadvantaged areas through proactive case finding, retention and access to services. National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE). Available online:

Government reports and other published work

  1. Hackshaw, L. et al (2011). Pregnancy and smoking cessation pilot. Department of Health Report
  2. Hackshaw, L. et al (2011). Children’s centre workforces and Stop Smoking Services. Department of Health Report
  3. Hackshaw, L. et al (2011). Pilot of opt out referral and validation of smoking status in pregnancy: Process evaluation. Department of Health Report
  4. Hackshaw, L. (2011). Smoking Cessation in Pregnancy Pilot. National Centre for Smoking Cessation and Training
* Hackshaw is the maiden name of Lucy McGeagh.