Chartered Psychologist and Assistant Professor of Occupational Health Psychology at the University of Nottingham. Director of the Workplace Health and Wellbeing Postgraduate Programme (PG Cert., PG Dip., MSc, DocWHW).
Research and consultancy on relations between (i) stress-related working conditions, (ii) worker health and wellbeing, and (iii) organisational performance. Specialist in the assessment of work-related stress and stress-reduction intervention development and evaluation. This work has been conducted on behalf of, among others, the UK Health and Safety Executive, the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health, Northern Ireland Civil Service, Devon and Cornwall Police Federation, Nottinghamshire Police, West Midlands Police Federation, the Police Federation of England and Wales, and various private sector organisations.
BSc (Hons) Psychology (University of Leeds, 1997)
Postgraduate Certificate in Education (Further & Adult Education) (University of Keele, 1999)
MSc Occupational Health Psychology (University of Nottingham, 2002)
PhD Applied Psychology (Thesis: “Defining a case of work-related stress”) (University of Nottingham, 2008)