Professional Development Workshops (PDWs)

  • Nelarine Cornelius (Chair)
  • Anne-Clare Gillon (Chair)
  • Umeh, C. (Chair)

Activity: Participating in or organising an eventSeminar/workshop/course

Description

This PDW will be informed by the BAM Strategic Project for Mental Health and Wellbeing and is focused on employed status academics in UK universities.

The Core Research Team will present our latest findings. The PDW will seek to inform the project and its recommendations by sharing examples of good (and poor) practice. The Core Project Team will provide background to the project and its evolution as well as the main themes emerging and any unexpected findings. We are keen to test the face validity of our data with PDW participants, as well as seeking your views on our recommendations and input to help scope the final phase of data collection.

The questions for the PDW are:

What have we learned from before, during and in this latest phase of the Covid 19 pandemic in terms of responsible management practice and its impact on Mental Health and Wellbeing?

What are examples of good and poor practice that have impacted academic staff’s Mental Health and Wellbeing in universities and in particular, business schools?

Presented by Prof Nelarine Cornelius (Queen Mary University of London), Dr Anne-Clare Gillon (University of the West of Scotland), Dr Chidozie Umeh (University of York)
Period1 Sep 20222 Sep 2022
Event typeWorkshop
LocationManchester, United KingdomShow on map
Degree of RecognitionInternational