|Publisher:||Springer International Publishing|
|Series:||Aligning Perspectives on Health, Safety and Well-Being|
|Edition description:||1st ed. 2020|
|Product dimensions:||6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x (d)|
About the Author
Efharis Panagopoulou, PhD, is an associate professor of health psychology at the Medical School of Aristotle University in Greece. After completing her doctoral thesis in Leiden University, The Netherlands, she joined the Medical School in 2002 with a European fellowship aimed at attracting research leaders from abroad. To date, she has coordinated several projects in the field of stress, diagnostic mistakes, and clinical decision making. Dr. Panagopoulou is the Principal Investigator of the ORCAB project:“Organisational culture, professional burnout and quality of health care” (7th Research Framework, European Union.) The project involved 10 partners from 9 European countries and the funding budget was 2.1 million Euros. Dr. Panagopoulou was the Head of the Scientific Committee for the EHPS conference in Crete (2011). From April-May 2012 she received a Fulbright scholarship to study the impact of information concealment on couples coping with cancer. She is currently the coordinator of the communication skills training program for medical doctors, and of the Personal and Professional Development program for members of the medical school. Her current research is focused on the role of emotions on clinical decision making and medical errors.
Margot van der Doef, PhD, is an assistant professor (Occupational) Health Psychology at Leiden University, the Netherlands. Ever since her PhD, her focus in research and teaching has been on employee health and wellbeing. Her research includes studies on the impact of psychosocial job conditions on employee health and well-being, with a strong emphasis on health care and educational contexts, and more recently on chronically ill employees. Furthermore, she has carried out and is currently conducting projects involving the development, implementation, and evaluation of individual- and organisational focused interventions to reduce psychosocial risks and enhance employee wellbeing. At the Institute of Psychology of Leiden University, she is coordinator and teacher of the master specialisation Occupational Health Psychology.
Michael P. Leiter, PhD, is an organizational psychologist interested in the relationships of people with their work. He has held the Canada Research Chair in Occupational Health and served as Professor of Organizational Psychology at Acadia University in Nova Scotia, Canada and at Deakin University in Geelong, Australia. His research is focused on civility, respect and work engagement. Prof. Leiter has designed workplace interventions in the area of civility and respect that have been shown to have a lasting impact, bringing about improvements in job satisfaction, organizational commitment, trust and burnout. Together with co-author Dr. Christina Maslach, he has coined the term "work engagement" as the antithesis to burnout. He consults on research and workplace interventions from Nova Scotia.