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Research Interests

Debbie's interests span a number of areas around pro-social and pro-environmental behaviour. She has interests in environmental sustainability, habits, behaviour change, ageing, and the health and well-being of NHS staff. As a researcher she is experienced in mixed methods, and has conducted qualitative research as well as experimental research, both in the field, and in laboratory settings.

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National Health Programs Medicine & Life Sciences
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employee Social Sciences
health service Social Sciences
working life Social Sciences
retirement Social Sciences

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Research Output 2006 2020

Self-preservation comes at a cost – why British NHS Paramedics might be choosing a healthier, but poorer, retirement

Roy, D., Weyman, A. & Nolan, P., 21 Jan 2020, In : Sage Open Medicine. 8 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
health service
3 Downloads (Pure)

One-way pendulum? – Staff retention in the NHS: Determining the relative salience of recognised drivers of early exit

Weyman, A., Roy, D. & Nolan, P., 11 Dec 2019, In : International Journal of Workplace Health Management. p. 45-60 16 p., 1753-8351 .

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
National Health Programs
Labor Unions
Health Manpower
Matched-Pair Analysis
2 Citations (Scopus)
22 Downloads (Pure)

A qualitative study into the prospect of working longer for physiotherapists in the United Kingdom's National Health Service

Roy, D., Weyman, A., George, A. & Hudson-Sharp, N., 31 Aug 2018, In : Ageing & Society. 38, 8, p. 1693-1714 22 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
job demand
Physical Therapists
working life
National Health Programs

Cracks in the wall: Habit discontinuities as vehicles for behaviour change

Verplanken, B., Roy, D. & Whitmarsh, L., 31 Oct 2018, The psychology of habit. Verplanken, B. (ed.). p. 189-205 17 p.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Behavior change
Information processing
Job Satisfaction
National Health Programs