Amy Montague


I completed my PhD at Kingston University. My project was titled: "Understanding Substance Use of Sexual Minorities in the UK and the Contributions of Minority Stress to Bisexual Alcohol Use". I am a lecturer in health psychology with a keen interest in health inequalities, LGBTQ+ health, substance use, healthcare and behaviour change. 

Academic responsibilities

Lecturer in Health Psychology


  • MSc Clinical Applications of Psychology
  • BSc Psychology

Teaching and learning

I am the module leader for PS6005 Health Psychology and PS4002 Foundations of Psychology

Undergraduate courses taught

Postgraduate courses taught


Areas of specialism

  • Health Psychology
  • Substance use
  • Health Inequalities


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Montague, Amy, Manitsa, Ifigeneia and Barlow-Brown, Fiona (2022) A qualitative insight into factors pertaining to alcohol consumption among young adult women during the COVID-19 outbreak. Emerging Adulthood, 10(2), pp. 511-518. ISSN (print) 2167-6968

Montague, Amy, Vandrevala, Tushna, Calvert, Anna, Yeh, I-Ling, Star, Caroline, Khalil, Asma, Griffiths, Paul, Heath, Paul T. and Jones, Christine E. (2022) Experiences of pregnant women and healthcare professionals of participating in a digital antenatal CMV education intervention. Midwifery, 106, p. 103249. ISSN (print) 0266-6138

Vandrevala, Tushna, Montague, Amy, Terry, Philip and Fielder, Mark D. (2022) Willingness of the UK public to volunteer for testing in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic. BMC Public Health, 22, p. 565. ISSN (online) 1471-2458

Calvert, Anna, Vandrevala, Tushna, Parsons, Robin, Barber, Victoria, Book, Alex, Book, Gayle, Carrington, David, Greening, Vanessa, Griffiths, Paul, Hake, Danielle, Khalil, Asma, Luck, Suzanne, Montague, Amy, Star, Caroline, Ster, Irina Chis, Wood, Sharon, Heath, Paul T. and Jones, Christine E. (2021) Changing knowledge, attitudes and behaviours towards cytomegalovirus in pregnancy through film-based antenatal education : a feasibility randomised controlled trial of a digital educational intervention. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth, 21, p. 565. ISSN (online) 1471-2393

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