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Qualifications

PhD (Business and Management) Reconceptualising Mental Health and Employment
PGCHE Teaching and Learning in Higher Education
MSc Applied Social Research
MSc Human Resource Management
BSc (Hons) Psychology and Health Sciences

Experience

Associate Head of Department; Business and Management UWE, Bristol
Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management UWE, Bristol
Research Fellow; Healthy Working Wales, Centre for Psychosocial and Disability Studies, Cardiff University

Publications

Selected publications include:

Page, D. et al. (2016) Insights 2016: Findings from the largest longitudinal study of UK households Understanding Society ESRC University of Essex.

Webber, D. J., Pacheco, G. and Page, D. (2015) Temporary versus permanent employment: Does health matter?Australian Journal of Labour Economics, 18 (2). pp. 169-186.

Webber, D. J., Page, D., Veliziotis, M. and Johnson, S. (2015) Does poor health affect employment transitions? Project Report. Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

Pacheco, G., Page, D. and Webber, D. J. (2014) Mental and physical health: Re-assessing the relationship with employment propensity. Work, Employment & Society, 28 (3). pp. 407-429.

Pacheco, G., Page, D., & Webber, D. (2013) Temporary versus permanent employment: Does health matter? Department of Accounting, Economics and Finance, Bristol Business School, University of the West of England, Bristol.

Pacheco, G., Page, D., & Webber, D. (2013) Mental and physical health: reconceptualising the relationship with employment propensity Department of Accounting, Economics and Finance, Bristol Business School, University of the West of England, Bristol.

Page, D (2014) Changing conceptualisations of mental illness: Revisiting the concept of stigma CESR Review

Drew, H., Page, D., & Bennett, P. (2013). How CESR informs student research: The engaging in critical business enquiry module at UWE. CESR Review.

Evans, D., & Page, D. (2012). ‘Somali’ refugees, mental health and employability in the Southwest: Exploring the barriers to inclusion CESR Review

Bennett, P., Drew, H., & Page, D. (2012) How CESR informs student research: The Engaging in Critical Business Enquiry module at UWE. CESR Review

Evans, D., & Page, D. (2011) (How) Can we measure well-being at work? An introduction to some of the problems encountered in defining and researching the measurement of wellbeing in the workplace CESR Review

Page, D (2010) Social Welfare Reform: From dependency to malingering for people with health disabilities? – a discussion of the potential impact of the 2007 Welfare Reform Act on those with mental health ‘problems’ CESR Review

Page, D. (2013) Health and the impact on employment transitions JRF Labour market steering group meeting

Page, D (2011) Social Welfare Reform: The emergence of social in mental health policy? CESR Seminar

Page, D. (2011) From dependence to malingering for people with mental health disabilities Health and Social Care Research Philosophy Seminar Series

Page, D. (2010) Conceptualising the relationship between employment and mental health: disability, equality and the discourse of employability Concepts of Health and Illness Conference

Page, D. (2009) Know thy User: A case study in web-based resources for GPs Society of Occupational Medicine Annual Conference

Page, D. (2009) Supporting Welsh GPs in their management of work and health Society of Occupational Medicine Annual Conference

Cohen, D., Page, D and Reading, P. (2009) An evaluation of Healthy Working Wales: Barriers to GP Engagement Cardiff University, UNUM Centre for Psycho-Social and Disability Research Commissioned Report for The Welsh Assembly Government

Page, D and Cohen, D (2009) Sick Note or Bust: GP engagement in Wales Commissioned by the Department of Work and Pensions

Page, D and Cohen, D (2008) Understanding the implications of the DDA (2005) for GPs The Royal College of General Practitioners commission by the Faculty of Occupational Medicine

Page, D and Cohen, D (2008) Communication, relationship and trust: Communicating with employers and occupational health The Royal College of General Practitioners commission by the Faculty of Occupational Medicine

Page, D and Cohen, D (2008) Long-term unemployed: understanding the impact of unemployment on health The Royal College of General Practitioners commission by the Faculty of Occupational Medicine

Page, D and Cohen, D (2008) Work on Health: Good clinical care The Royal College of General Practitioners commission by the Faculty of Occupational Medicine

Page, D and Cohen, D (2008) Assessing fitness for work: Good clinical care and difficult decisions The Royal College of General Practitioners commission by the Faculty of Occupational Medicine

Page, D. (2008) Evaluating complex health interventions: A research framework Commissioned Report for the National Leadership and Innovation Agency for Healthcare

Cohen, D, Page, D and Reading, P. (2008) An online health and work advice and resource centre for primary care National Employment and Health Innovations Network available at http://www.scmh.org.uk/pdfs/DebbieCohen.pdf

Memberships

Professional bodies membership:
• Academic Member of the Chartered Management Institute
• Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
• Associate Member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development

Research

Research interests include:

Equality Law, Social Welfare and Welfare Reform, Disability and Mental Health.

The Sociology of Disability, Health and Illness

Workplace Health and well-being and the impact on Organisational performance.

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