Paula is a PhD researcher and tutor in Psychology.
Her research focuses on health and organisational psychology. She is particularly interested in the views of employees, employers, occupational therapists and occupational health physicians regarding the effectiveness of current return to work interventions for people suffering with chronic pain.
- MSc - Principles of Applied Neuropsychology
- BSc (Hons) - Psychology.
“How can we change perceptions and improve capacity of returning to work amongst employees and employers?”
- Ravalier, J., Wegrzynek, P. and Lawton, S. (2016) "Complementary Therapies and Employee Well-Being: A Systematic Literature Review". Occupational Medicine, 66 (6): 428-436.
- Wegrzynek, P., Wainwright, E. and Ravalier, J. (2016) "Individual return to work interventions for chronic pain: a systematic literature review (protocol)". PROSPERO 2016: CRD42016048822 [Online].
Conference or workshop item
- Wegrzynek, P., Wainwright, E. and Ravalier, J. "Return to work and chronic pain". Bath Spa University 3-Minute Thesis, Bath, March 2017.
- Wegrzynek, P., Ravalier, J. and Fidalgo, A. “Social Media and Group Polarisation”. Bath Skeptics in the Pub, Bath, September 2015.
- Wegrzynek, P., Ravalier, J. and Fidalgo, A. “Social Media and Group Polarisation”. Bath Spa University Early Career Researcher Conference, Corsham, June 2015.