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Prof Marco Tomietto

Professor

Department: Nursing, Midwifery & Health

Marco's expertise mainly focuses on clinical learning environments, mentorship, organizational transition of newcomer nurses and work and organizational psychology dynamics related to nursing science, nursing environments and human resources management in the healthcare settings. 

His research vision embeds a multi-disciplinary perspective. After his studies in nursing science, he completed his PhD in work and organizational psychology, so to embed in nursing research the theoretical and methodological approaches of a different discipline and to further enhance the understanding of nursing phenomena.

Along his research journey he developed a broad methodological expertise in scales validation, CFA, Structural Equation Modelling, biostatistics and epidemiology in order to further disclose the healthcare settings' and nursing's complexity.

His work contributed in testing and disclosing new empirical models to support educational and organizational decision-making in nursing education and management.

His recent reasearch provided new insights in the motivational dynamics to support nurses' work-ability in different stages of their career, in designing mentoring strategies in nursing education, in supporting the adoption of VR technology in nursing care and in detecting the generational patterns of vaccination hesitancy in healthcare workers and students.

Marco Tomietto

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • The community nurse’s role on the promotion of Papillomavirus vaccination among young students: a study protocol, Simonetti, V., Tomietto, M., Comparcini, D., Pastore, F., Stefanizzi, P., Tafuri, S., Cicolini, G. 14 Feb 2024, In: Human Vaccines and Immunotherapeutics
  • The Tri-Service Food Insecurity Study, Kiernan, M., Tomietto, M., Johnson, A., Serra, G., King, H., Rollason, E. 8 Feb 2024
  • Validation of a complex needs indicator for veterans in the UK using a composite indicators’ method, Fadeeva, A., Tomietto, M., Tiwari, A., Mann, E., Serra, G., Kiernan, M. 5 Jan 2024, In: Public Health in Practice
  • Barriers and facilitators of vaccine hesitancy for COVID-19, Influenza, and Pertussis during pregnancy and in mothers of infants under two years: an Umbrella Review, Nichol, B., McCready, J., Steen, M., Unsworth, J., Simonetti, V., Tomietto, M. 2 Mar 2023, In: PLoS One
  • Culturally and linguistically diverse nursing students' experiences of integration into the working environment: A qualitative study, Ropponen, P., Kamau, S., Koskenranta, M., Kuivila, H., Oikarainen, A., Isakov, T., Tomietto, M., Mikkonen, K. 1 Jan 2023, In: Nurse Education Today
  • Culturally and linguistically diverse registered nurses' experiences of integration into nursing workforce – A qualitative descriptive study, Kamau, S., Koskenranta, M., Isakov, T., Kuivila, H., Oikarainen, A., Tomietto, M., Mikkonen, K. 1 Feb 2023, In: Nurse Education Today
  • Grading practice as a strategy to improve proficiencies in undergraduate nurse education: Modelling key areas of competence, Annesley, S., Platt, A., Wade, J., Tomietto, M. 1 Sep 2023, In: Nurse Education Today
  • Healthcare professionals’ digital health competence and its core factors; development and psychometric testing of two instruments, Jarva, E., Oikarinen, A., Andersson, J., Tomietto, M., Kaariainen, M., Mikkonen, K. 1 Mar 2023, In: International Journal of Medical Informatics
  • Healthcare Workforce Policy Brief: Vaccination and the Registered Nursing Workforce, Unsworth, J., McCready, J., Erfani, G., Nichol, B., Gordon, C., Tomietto, M. 18 Oct 2023
  • Immersive and Non-Immersive Virtual Reality for Pain and Anxiety Management in Pediatric Patients with Hematological or Solid Cancer: A Systematic Review, Comparcini, D., Simonetti, V., Galli, F., Saltarella, I., Altamura, C., Tomietto, M., Desaphy, J., Cicolini, G. 3 Feb 2023, In: Cancers

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Oral presentation: Designing learning environments in Nursing Education during the pandemic age: Identifying factors which lead to better students’ wellbeing 2022
  • Editorial work: BMC Medical Education (Journal) 2022
  • Editorial work: Nurse Education Today (Journal) 2022
  • Membership of network: Sigma Phi-Mu Chapter (External organisation) 2022
  • Visiting an external academic institution: University of Bari 2022
  • Invited talk: Work engagement and work ability: motivational perspectives in healthcare organizations 2021
  • Oral presentation: Development of an Evidence-Based Nurse Mentors’ Competence Model 2021
  • Oral presentation: Enhancing Learning Environments Of Nurses: Organizational Research Advancements – ELEONORA PROJECT 2020
  • Publication Peer-review: BMC Medical Education (Journal) 2020
  • Publication Peer-review: BMJ Evidence-Based Medicine (Journal) 2020

  • Leah Rosengarten Band 5 children’s nurses’ experiences and perceptions of personal and professional development in their role. Start Date: 09/02/2022
  • Emma Clark Newly Qualified Midwives: Emotional wellbeing and retention Start Date: 19/11/2021

  • Psychology PhD May 16 2014
  • Nursing Science MSc March 17 2008
  • Nursing BSc (Hons) April 10 2001


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