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Project: exploring EPs experiences of occupational stress and implications for practice

The purpose of this research project is to explore occupational stress experiences within the Educational Psychology profession. This research has two phases:

Phase 1 – online survey

The first phase will attempt to ascertain the different domains and levels of perceived occupational stress and wellbeing within the EP profession, through the distribution of a nationwide survey.

Participating in phase 1

You can complete the phase one online survey and it should take approximately 10-15 minutes.

You are eligible to participate if you are a qualified Educational Psychologist in England and HCPC registered.

Phase 2 – online interviews

In the later second phase, I will be hoping to recruit EPs to participate in an interview with me online via Teams. The questions in this interview will be informed by the findings from phase one.

Participating in phase 2

Please email me if you would like to express initial interest in participating in this phase.

Information about the researcher

The Principal Researcher is Carolyn Watson, who is a trainee educational psychologist on the Doctorate in Educational, Child, and Community Psychology at the University of Exeter. This project is being completed under the supervision of Professor Brahm Norwich, and Mrs Margie Tunbridge.

Please do not hesitate to contact me should you have any questions regarding the research.

This project has been granted a favourable ethics review by the University of Exeter College of Social Sciences and International Studies (SSIS) Research Ethics Committee (REC) – reference number: 510192

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