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Biography

I joined King’s College London in 2019, from the University of Manchester.  

My main areas of expertise are equality at work and health and wellbeing at work. I have been Principal investigator for several funded research projects in relation to resilience in healthcare workers, collaborative behaviours of energy companies, and public engagement in psychology and psychiatry. 

My PhD research conducted at Loughborough University related to the impact of legislative change on the ageing workforce and equality at work. I then went onto post-doctoral studies, which focused on psychological models of behavioural change and the promotion of workplace health and wellbeing 

I have been invited to present at the British Psychological Society, The European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions and the London School of Economics and Political Science. 

My main research interests and areas of PhD supervision are: 

  • Workplace health promotion 
  • Equality at work 
  • Work stress 
  • Sleeping disorders 
  • Behaviour change 

Please contact me if you would like to discuss writing a proposal for funding in these areas. 

Description

I’m deputy lead of the Organisational Psychiatry and Psychology MSc were I co-ordinate the Organisational Research Methods (7PCSORME) and Strategic Interventions (7PCSMOPP) modules.