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Dr Mariyana Schoultz

Associate Professor

Department: Nursing, Midwifery & Health

Mariyana Schoultz

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  • Care home workers experiences of stress and coping during COVID‐19 pandemic: A mixed methods study, Beattie, M., Carolan, C., Macaden, L., Maciver, A., Dingwall, L., Macgilleeathain, R., Schoultz, M. 1 Feb 2023, In: Nursing Open
  • Mental health nurses' attitudes towards risk assessment: An integrative systematic review, Dickens, G., Al Maqbali, M., Hallett, N., Ion, R., Schoultz, M., Watson, F. 1 Dec 2023, In: Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing
  • Perceptions of social media challenges and benefits during the Covid-19 pandemic: Qualitative findings from a cross sectional international survey, Schoultz, M., Lamph, G., Thygesen, H., Leung, J., Bonsaksen, T., Ruffolo, M., Price, D., Watson, P., Kabelenga, I., Chiu, V., Østertun Geirdal, A. 10 Jan 2023, In: PLOS Global Public Health
  • Randomized controlled trials of mental health nurse‐delivered interventions: A systematic review, Dickens, G., Al Maqbali, M., Blay, N., Hallett, N., Ion, R., Lingwood, L., Schoultz, M., Tabvuma, T. 1 Jun 2023, In: Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing
  • Animal hoarding cases in England: Implications for public health services, Wilkinson, J., Schoultz, M., King, H., Neave, N., Bailey, C. 30 Aug 2022, In: Frontiers in Public Health
  • Cross-National Study of Mental Health and Employment Status Nine Months Post Social Distancing Implementation Practices, Ruffolo, M., Price, D., Bonsaksen, T., Leung, J., Schoultz, M., Thygesen, H., Geirdal, O. 1 Jun 2022, In: The British Journal of Social Work
  • Mental Health Nurses’ Measured Attitudes To People And Practice: Systematic Review of UK Empirical Research 2000-2019, Dickens, G., Schoultz, M., Hallett, N. Dec 2022, In: Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing
  • Psychological first aid for workers in care and nursing homes: systematic review, Schoultz, M., McGrogan, C., Beattie, M., Macaden, L., Carolan, C., Dickens, G. Dec 2022, In: BMC Nursing
  • Social Media Use and Its Associations With Mental Health 9 Months After the COVID-19 Outbreak: A Cross-National Study, Thygesen, H., Bonsaksen, T., Schoultz, M., Ruffolo, M., Leung, J., Price, D., Geirdal, A. 18 Jan 2022, In: Frontiers in Public Health
  • Students' Mental Health, Well-Being, and Loneliness during the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Cross-National Study, Bonsaksen, T., Chiu, V., Leung, J., Schoultz, M., Thygesen, H., Price, D., Ruffolo, M., Geirdal, A. 27 May 2022, In: Healthcare (Switzerland)

  • Theodora Ojiako ‘Can I still be a Mum’?’ An Exploration of the Experience of Women with Formerly Diagnosed Severe Mental Health Issues in Relation to Motherhood During the Postnatal Period.Health Issues in Relation to Motherhood During the Postnatal Period. Mental Health Issues in Relation to Motherhood During the Postnatal Period. Start Date: 28/02/2022 End Date: 14/06/2023
  • Michealla Lincoln Listening to the parental voice: Exploring how parent experiences of a group parent-led cognitive behavioural therapy (PLCBT) programme delivered by specialist low intensity practitioners can help shape and enhance the delivery of future programmes. Start Date: 18/01/2021 End Date: 17/06/2021

Health & Social Research PhD October 19 2016

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