Tag Archives: Sara MacLennan

NEW BOOK CHAPTERS

NEW CHAPTERS ON CANCER SURVIVORSHIP AND ON CYBER-BULLYING TO BE PUBLISHED Over the last 12 months, we have had two new chapters accepted for publication in edited texts in 2017. They are:   Cox, T., Postavaru, G., Munir, F., Hassard, J., … Continue reading

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MAY: NEW PUBLICATION

THE INFLUENCE OF NURSING TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP STYLE ON THE QUALITY OF NURSES’ WORKING LIVES IN TAIWAN: A CROSS-SECTIONAL QUANTITATIVE STUDY Our paper describing a quantitative study of the effects of a transformational leadership style, within nursing, on nurses’ working lives has been published … Continue reading

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MARCH: ESRC SEMINAR SERIES: UPDATE

ESRC SEMINAR SERIES ON CANCER AND EMPLOYMENT ~ SOCIAL SCIENCE PERSPECTIVES: DISCUSSION SEMINARS We are pleased to announce the dates for the first two Discussion Seminars in our ESRC funded Seminar Series on Cancer and Employment. This Seminar series is organised through … Continue reading

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MARCH: NEW RESEARCH APPOINTMENTS

TWO RESEARCH APPOINTMENTS MADE TO THE CENTRE FOR SUSTAINABLE WORKING LIFE We are very pleased to announce two new researcher appointments to the Centre for Sustainable Working Life, School of Business, Economics & Informatics, Birkbeck University of London: Dr Gianina-Iona Postavaru … Continue reading

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FEBRUARY: ANOTHER EVENTFUL WEEK

INTERVIEWS, THEATRE & ESRC SEMINAR SERIES The last few days of the penultimate week of a cold and blustery February were, once again, eventful and marked by two important events that together bore witness to the progress of the Centre for … Continue reading

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LOOKING BACK: JANUARY 2015

LONGBOAT KEY & EDINBURGH We had an excellent family Xmas with our girls, their partners, all our grandchildren and one of our daughter’s in-laws. The house was full and full of fun. To top that, Stoke City beat Everton away at Goodison Park. … Continue reading

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LOOKING BACK: NOVEMBER & DECEMBER 2104

METIS, NORDFORSK & SOCIAL EVENTS On the 6th November, the first METIS Collaboration Away Day was held in Edinburgh at the offices of Macmillan in Scotland. Our thanks to Joanne Adamson of Macmillan. The meeting was well attended by the members … Continue reading

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SEPTEMBER: NEW PUBLICATION

HUGHES SYNDROME & QUALITY OF LIFE We have had our empirical paper on Antiphospholipid (Hughes) syndrome: description of population and health-related quality of life (HRQOL) using the SF-36  accepted for publication in LUPUS (SAGE Publications). The journal’s impact factor is: 2.481. It is ranked … Continue reading

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MARCH: PRESENTATION ON SURVIVING CANCER AND WORK AT BIRKBECK

SEMINAR @ BIRKBECK’S DEPARTMENT OF ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY: CANCER SURVIVORSHIP AND WORKING LIFE (25th March 2014) I presented a paper on ‘Cancer survivorship and working life‘ as part of the seminar programme run by the Department of Organizational Psychology at Birkbeck University of … Continue reading

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JANUARY: CANWORK RESEARCH NETWORK

Cancer Survivorship & Employment: Research Network The CanWork Research Network was established in May 2011. It brings together researchers from academic and health-related institutions across the UK and Ireland with a shared interest in the employment experiences and outcomes of people … Continue reading

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