Research Fellow in Primary Health Care, University of Bristol

My primary areas of research are in the field of problem and pathological gambling, and include topics relating to gambling comorbidity and effective treatments for gambling disorders. I also have primary interests relating to family adaptation to occupational and traumatic stress, as well as influences of family and family-focussed interventions on individual mental health problems. My additional interests extend across topics relating to work-family interactions (including the interface of paid work and family and non-traditional roles such as volunteer or military reservist) and influences of such interactions on individual and organisational outcomes (e.g., burnout, turnover intentions), as well as longitudinal studies of older adults and ageing.

My primary areas of research are in the field of problem and pathological gambling, and include topics relating to gambling comorbidity and effective treatments for gambling disorders. I also have primary interests relating to family adaptation to occupational and traumatic stress, as well as influences of family and family-focussed interventions on individual mental health problems. My additional interests extend across topics relating to work-family interactions (including the interface of paid work and family and non-traditional roles such as volunteer or military reservist) and influences of such interactions on indiviudal (eg. burnout) and organisational-relavant outcomes (e.g., turnover intentions), as well as longitudinal studies of older adults and ageing.

Experience

  • –present
    Research Fellow in Primary Health Care, University of Bristol