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Dr Daniel Rippon

Assistant Professor

Department: Psychology

I am an Assistant Professor in Psychology and lead of the Psychobiology, Stress and Wellbeing Research Group in the School of Health and Life Sciences. 

My research focusses on the development of occupational support strategies to reduce work related stress in frontline health & social care professionals. I am also interested in assessing the work related factors that impact occupational well-being and engage in research that aims to inform the development of social interventions to support the recovery of people with mental health diagnoses. I am also a Trustee Director at Waddington Street Mental Health Centre. 

 

Daniel Rippon

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • The impact of briefly observing faces in opaque facial masks on emotion recognition and empathic concern, Shepherd, J., Rippon, D. 1 Feb 2023, In: Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology
  • The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Informal Caregivers of People with Parkinson’s Disease Residing in the UK: A Qualitative Study, Rippon, D., Hand, A., Dismore, L., Caiazza, R. 1 May 2023, In: Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry and Neurology
  • The role of self-efficacy and self-esteem in mediating positive associations between functional social support and psychological wellbeing in people with a mental health diagnosis, Rippon, D., Shepherd, J., Wakefield, S., Lee, A., Pollet, T. 5 May 2022, In: Journal of Mental Health
  • Elevated Levels of Hair Cortisol Concentrations in Professional Dementia Caregivers, Rippon, D., McDonnell, A., Bristow, M., Smith, M., McCreadie, M., Wetherell, M. 2 Nov 2021, In: Stress
  • The sources of adversity in the delivery of mental healthcare in prisons, Rippon, D., Smith, M., Dyer, W. 2021, In: Wellbeing, Space and Society
  • A Grounded Theory Study on Work Related Stress in Professionals who Provide Health & Social Care for People who Exhibit Behaviours that Challenge, Rippon, D., McDonnell, A., Smith, M., McCreadie, M., Wetherell, M. 27 Feb 2020, In: PLoS One
  • Views on restrictive practices on young people in psychiatric wards, Rippon, D., Reid, K., Kay, G. 8 Jun 2018, In: Nursing times
  • Evaluation of the delirium early monitoring system (DEMS), Rippon, D., Milisen, K., Detroyer, E., Mukaetova-Ladinska, E., Harrison, B., Schuurmans, M., Pryor, C., Teodorczuk, A. 1 Nov 2016, In: International Psychogeriatrics
  • Leadership philosophy of care home managers, Rippon, D., James, I. 9 Feb 2015, In: Nursing times

  • Psychology PhD December 18 2018
  • Fellow (FHEA) Higher Education Academy (HEA) 2018


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