Key Research Interests and Expertise

My main research interests are related with:

  • Counterproductive and aggressive behaviours at work
  • Moral Disengagement and Self Efficacy
  • Stress and Well-being at work
  • Cheating behaviours
  • Error culture
  • Patient's safety

 

PhD supervision:

Counterproductive and unethical behaviour at work.
Employee theft in retail
Bullying and conflict at work
Healthcare stress and wellbeing
Moral disengagement and ethical leadership
Self efficacy and self regulation
Patient safety and Error culture

For bibliometrics of my work see https://scholar.google.co.uk/citations?user=9id_7yAAAAAJ&hl=en

 

Grant

Co-PI: Barbaranelli, C & Fida, R (2017-2019) Economic and productive sector, biomechanical risks in the workplace and work-related stress risk: secondary analysis systematic review of the literature and empirical case studies INAIL, Italian National Institute for Insurance against Accidents at Work, € 460,000.

Co-I: - Daniels, K., Tregaskis, O., Connolly, S., Fida, R., Sanderson, K., can Stolk, C., Nayani, R., Watson D. & Whitmore, M. (2019) Practices and Combinations of Practices for Health and Wellbeing at Work (R207028). ESRC £659,540.21.

Co-I:. Daniels, K., Tregaskis, O., Connolly, S., Fida, Nayani, R., Watson D. (2018) Transition Funding Application: Work, Learning and Wellbeing Programme, What Works Centre For Wellbeing £136,933.

Co-PI: Barbaranelli, C & Fida, R (2017-2019) Gender differences as social determinant of work related stress: secondary analysis of the data from the INAIL platform INAIL INAIL, Italian National Institute for Insurance against Accidents at Work, € 160,000.

PI A multilevel study on the relationship between safety climate, presenteeism and safety outcomes and underreporting. Norwich Business School, Norwich UK (£1,000) 2015

Co-I: Barbaranelli, C (2016-2017) INAIL’s methodology for the evaluation and the management of the work-related stress risks: Secondary analysis and exploratory studies for the optimisation of the evaluation tool INAIL, Italian National Institute for Insurance against Accidents at Work € 346,050.

“The protective role of authentic leadership against workplace bullying early career burnout and premature turnover of new graduate nurses a longitudinal study”. Research Council of Canada grant. 2014 ($202, 852). (Co-Investigator/ Collaborator, PI: H. Laschinger)

“Are Errors always wrong? Learning from errors: an empirical study on error management in complex organizations”. Sapienza University of Rome small grant. 2013 (€2.500) (Principal Investigator). 
 

“Risk and protective factors of problem gambling”. Lottomatica SpA grant (€ 30,000). (Senior Researcher PI: C. Barbaranelli)

“From university to work: a longitudinal study on stress and burnout process during nursing higher education and the first years of practice” IPASVI grant 2013(€ 32,000). (Investigator PI: R. Alvaro)

“Nurse moral disengagement and deviant behavior: a longitudinal study” IPASVI grant 2013 (€ 25,000). (Investigator PI: A. Sili)

“A Research Program On Nurses’ Education, Work Conditions, Use of Research and Implementation Strategies for Evidence-Based Practices”. Visiting professorship grant for Petter Gustavsson. Sapienza University of Rome grant. 2012 (€9.000) (Principal Investigator).

“Burnout and counterproductive work behaviors by nurses: a longitudinal study in healthcare system”. Sapienza University of Rome small grant. 2012 (€7.000) (Principal Investigator).

“Psychosocial determinant of fair trade purchasing behavior: the role of values and moral disengagement in the theory of planned behavior”. Sapienza University of Rome small grant. 2011 (€3.000) (Principal Investigator)

“Determinants and moderators of counterproductive work behaviors: the social cognitive theory and stressor–emotion frameworks”. Sapienza University of Rome small grant. 2010 (€4.500) (Principal Investigator)


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