My research interests are broad considering both Cyberpsychology, nursing and health.

My PhD focused on online self-presentation and individual differences variables, and how these impact impression management attempts and impressions formed. I have presented these findings at conferences including the Eminds Conference 2014 at the University of Birmingham, UK and The 3rd Social Networking in Cyberspace Conference 2015 in Wolverhampton, UK.

As a registered nurse I maintain an interest in current issues in adult nursing including burnout amongst adult nurses in nursing homes and spiritual assessment and needs of nurses and patients. I am currently collaborating on work examining the lived experience of patients using direct oral anticoagulant medications for treatment of the cardiac condition atrial fibrillation.

Publications

  1. & Counselling in Online Environments. In Applied Cyberpsychology. (pp. 123-143). London: Palgrave Macmillan.
  2. Factors associated with and impact of burnout in nursing and residential home care workers for the elderly. Acta BioMedica 89(7-S), 60-69.