The foundation research on which this presentation is based, ‘Should I stay or should I go? NHS staff retention in the post COVID-19 world: Challenges and prospects’ (ES/V015389/1) , was funded by the Economic and Social Research Council, in response to the UKRI open-call for COVID-19 relevant social research in spring 2020, supplemented by follow-on funding from within the health sector.
Andrew Weyman, Reader Dept of Psychology. Specialism: human factors and the psychology of risk, in particular systems approaches to the management safety, health and well-being in work organisations. Prior to joining the University of Bath Andrew was employed as a Principal Officer in the Chief Scientists Unit at the Health and Safety Executive, and as head of the Social And Organisational Factors Unit at the Health and Safety Laboratory.
Richard Glendinning, Honorary Research Fellow, Department of Psychology. Specialism: survey design and methodology. Richard has spent most of his career as a Research Director in major agencies, notably GfK NOP and Ipsos MORI. A frequent collaborator with academic teams, much of his research focus has been on health, from lifestyles and public health interventions through to the workplace, funded by government departments and the health services across Britain.
Richard and Andrew have collaborated in employment policy related research for over 20 years. At this event, they will present on their research with time for a Q&A at the end.