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Results for wellbeing

Researchers

  1. Dr Katerina Psarikidou

Publications & Outputs

  1. Towards a theory of cultural evaluation

    Johnson, M. 2014 In : Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy. 17, 2, p. 145-167 23 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalJournal article

  2. Understanding and supporting psychological wellbeing: an exploration of the experiences of Islamic Scholars

    Watts, S., Murray, C. & Pilkington, A. 2014 In : Mental Health, Religion and Culture. 17, 4, p. 365-378 14 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalJournal article

  3. Young people’s perspectives on the role of the media in wellbeing

    Singleton, A. 2014 Lancaster: Lancaster University. 233 p.

    Research output: ThesisDoctoral Thesis

  4. Therapeutic mobilities: walking and 'steps' to wellbeing and health

    Gatrell, A. C. 07/2013 In : Health and Place. 22, p. 98-106 9 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalJournal article

  5. Older adults' spirituality and life satisfaction: a longitudinal test of social support and sense of coherence as mediating mechanisms

    Cowlishaw, S., Niele, S., Teshuva, K., Browning, C. & Kendig, H. 2013 In : Ageing and Society. 33, 7, p. 1243-1262 20 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalJournal article

  6. Health, People and Forests

    Bingley, A. 19/04/2012 Making Sense of Place: Multidisciplinary perspectives. Convery, I., Corsane, G. & Davis, P. (eds.). Woodbridge: The Boydell Press, p. 107-116 10 p. (Heritage Matters)

    Research output: Contribution in Book/Report/ProceedingsChapter

  7. Mentalizing Therapeutic Landscapes: The Benefit for Mental Health

    Rose, E. 2012 In : International Journal of the Image. 2, 4, p. 87-94 8 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalJournal article

  8. Why do organisations engage in HR initiatives? A test case of a health and wellbeing intervention

    Greasley, K., Edwards, P. K., Baker-McClearn, D. & Dale, J. 2012 In : Employee Relations. 34, 4, p. 443-462 20 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalJournal article

  9. Doing the right thing: the importance of wellbeing in the workplace

    Theobald, T. & Cooper, C. 18/11/2011 Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan. 200 p.

    Research output: Book/Report/ProceedingsBook

  10. Towards the development of objective, universal criteria of cultural evaluation: the challenges posed by anti-foundationalism, culturalism and romanticism

    Johnson, M. T. 06/2011 In : Social Indicators Research. 102, 2, p. 275-296 20 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalJournal article

  11. Digging deep: Using diary techniques to explore the place of health and well-being amongst older people

    Milligan, C., Bingley, A. & Gatrell, A. 11/2005 In : Social Science & Medicine. 61, 9, p. 1882-1892 11 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalJournal article

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Projects

  1. Project: Non-funded ProjectResearch

Activities

  1. The Current State of Workplace Health & Wellbeing in the UK

    PROSI Cary Cooper (Member), 16/05/2013

    Activity: External academic engagementInvited talk

  2. The Wellbeing Agenda

    PROSI Cary Cooper (Member), 1/05/2013

    Activity: External academic engagementInvited talk

  3. Government Office of National Statistics

    PROSI Cary Cooper (Keynote/plenary speaker), 30/11/2012

    Activity: Conference participationParticipation in conference

  4. Global Agenda Council for Mental Health

    PROSI Cary Cooper (Interviewee), 11/11/201215/11/2012

    Activity: Public engagement and outreachWork on advisory panels for social community and cultural engagement

  5. From Stress to Wellbeing: Enhancing Wellbeing in the Workplace

    PROSI Cary Cooper (Speaker), 22/05/201223/05/2012

    Activity: Public engagement and outreachPublic lecture/debate/seminar