sheena johnson
sheena johnson
Professor of Work Psychology and Wellbeing, Alliance Manchester Business School, University of
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The experience of work‐related stress across occupations
S Johnson, C Cooper, S Cartwright, I Donald, P Taylor, C Millet
Journal of managerial psychology, 2005
17672005
Well-being: Productivity and happiness at work
I Robertson, C Cooper
Springer, 2011
4712011
Work environments, stress, and productivity: An examination using ASSET.
I Donald, P Taylor, S Johnson, C Cooper, S Cartwright, S Robertson
International Journal of Stress Management 12 (4), 409, 2005
2602005
Personality and health: The mediating role of trait emotional intelligence and work locus of control
SJ Johnson, M Batey, L Holdsworth
Personality and Individual Differences 47 (5), 470-475, 2009
1772009
The construct validity of the ASSET stress measure
S Johnson, C Cooper
Stress and Health: Journal of the International Society for theá…, 2003
1242003
Customer stressors in service organizations: The impact of age on stress management and burnout
SJ Johnson, L Holdsworth, H Hoel, D Zapf
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 22 (3), 318-330, 2013
832013
Stress management interventions: Improving subjective psychological well-being in the workplace
D Holman, S Johnson, E O'Connor
Handbook of well-being, 2018
622018
Age, emotion regulation strategies, burnout, and engagement in the service sector: Advantages of older workers
SJ Johnson, S Machowski, L Holdsworth, M Kern, D Zapf
Revista de PsicologÝa del Trabajo y de las Organizaciones 33 (3), 205-216, 2017
612017
Physical and cognitive task analysis in interventional radiology
S Johnson, A Healey, J Evans, M Murphy, M Crawshaw, D Gould
Clinical radiology 61 (1), 97-103, 2006
582006
Workplace stress in community pharmacies in England: associations with individual, organizational and job characteristics
S Jacobs, K Hassell, D Ashcroft, S Johnson, E O’Connor
Journal of health services research & policy 19 (1), 27-33, 2014
572014
The relationships among work stress, strain and self-reported errors in UK community pharmacy
SJ Johnson, EM O'connor, S Jacobs, K Hassell, DM Ashcroft
Research in social and administrative pharmacy 10 (6), 885-895, 2014
562014
Interventional radiology virtual simulator for liver biopsy
PF Villard, FP Vidal, L Ap Cenydd, R Holbrey, S Pisharody, S Johnson, ...
International journal of computer assisted radiology and surgery 9 (2), 255-267, 2014
442014
Development and validation of a virtual reality simulator: human factors input to interventional radiology training
SJ Johnson, SM Guediri, C Kilkenny, PJ Clough
Human Factors 53 (6), 612-625, 2011
432011
A prototype percutaneous transhepatic cholangiography training simulator with real-time breathing motion
PF Villard, FP Vidal, C Hunt, F Bello, NW John, S Johnson, DA Gould
International journal of computer assisted radiology and surgery 4 (6), 571-578, 2009
422009
Simulators in catheter-based interventional radiology: training or computer games?
DA Gould, DO Kessel, AE Healey, SJ Johnson, WE Lewandowski
Clinical radiology 61 (7), 556-561, 2006
402006
Organizational screening: the ASSET model
S Johnson
The Oxford Handbook of Organizational Well Being, 2009
302009
Ward culture and atmosphere
JA Duxbury, A Bj÷rkdahl, S Johnson
Violence in Mental Health Settings, 273-291, 2006
292006
Conflict management and age in service professions
LA Beitler, S Machowski, S Johnson, D Zapf
International Journal of Conflict Management, 2016
262016
ImaGiNe Seldinger: first simulator for Seldinger technique and angiography training
V Luboz, Y Zhang, S Johnson, Y Song, C Kilkenny, C Hunt, H Woolnough, ...
Computer methods and programs in biomedicine 111 (2), 419-434, 2013
262013
Virtual reality, ultrasound-guided liver biopsy simulator: development and performance discrimination
SJ Johnson, CM Hunt, HM Woolnough, M Crawshaw, C Kilkenny, ...
The British journal of radiology 85 (1013), 555-561, 2012
262012
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