Dr. Lisa Pursell BSc PhD began her scholarly career on completion of a primary degree in Biology at the University of Derby and a PhD in Microbiology at NUIG. Dr. Pursell is currently a lecturer and Head of Discipline of Health Promotion in the School of Health Sciences, NUI Galway. She has previously worked as a senior researcher in the Health Promotion Research Centre, NUIG, as a post-doctoral researcher in the Department of Microbiology, NUIG and as a data manager at the Veterinary Laboratories Agency in the UK.
Lisa’s research interests include Health and well-being associated with human and other species interactions, workplace ill treatment and health inequity.
Hogan, V., Hodgins, M., Pursell, L., MacCurtain, S., Mannix McNamara, P. and Lewis, D. (2018) ‘459 Sectoral differences in workplace ill-treatment in Ireland’ Paper presented at 32nd Triennial Congress of the International Commission on Occupational Health (ICOH).
Hodgins, M., Pursell, L., Hogan, V., MacCurtain, S., Mannix-McNamara, P. and Lewis, D., (2018) ‘Irish workplace behaviour study’, report submitted to the IOSH Research Committee.