KÔrsten Way
KÔrsten Way
Associate Professor, School of Psychology, The University of Queensland
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Supervisor competencies for supporting return to work: a mixed-methods study
V Johnston, K Way, MH Long, M Wyatt, L Gibson, WS Shaw
Journal of occupational rehabilitation 25, 3-17, 2015
Development of risk filter and risk assessment worksheets for HSE guidance—‘Upper Limb Disorders in the Workplace’2002
RJ Graves, K Way, D Riley, C Lawton, L Morris
Applied Ergonomics 35 (5), 475-484, 2004
The relationship between psychosocial hazards and mental health in the construction industry: A meta-analysis
C Sun, CKH Hon, KA Way, NL Jimmieson, B Xia
Safety science 145, 105485, 2022
Shared perceptions of supervisor conflict management style: A cross-level moderator of relationship conflict and employee outcomes
KA Way, NL Jimmieson, P Bordia
International Journal of conflict management 27 (1), 25-49, 2016
Deeply discrediting: A systematic review examining the conceptualizations and consequences of the stigma of working in aged care
AV Manchha, N Walker, KA Way, D Dawson, K Tann, M Thai
The Gerontologist 61 (4), e129-e146, 2021
Supervisor conflict management, justice, and strain: Multilevel relationships
KA Way, NL Jimmieson, P Bordia
Journal of Managerial Psychology 29 (8), 1044-1063, 2014
Psychosocial hazards and occupational stressors
K Way
The Core Body of Knowledge for Generalist OHS Professionals, 2012
Applications of Bayesian approaches in construction management research: a systematic review
CKH Hon, C Sun, B Xia, NL Jimmieson, KA Way, PPY Wu
Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management 29 (5), 2153-2182, 2022
Influencing organizational decision-makers – What influence tactics are OHS professionals using?
C Madigan, K Way, M Capra, K Johnston
Safety Science 121, 496-506, 2019
Self-labelling versus behavioural experience of workplace bullying: differences in sector-and industry-level prevalence and sources
KA Way, NL Jimmieson, P Bordia, G Hepworth
Journal of health, safety and environment, 83-102, 2013
Empirical investigation of authentic assessment theory: An application in online courses using mimetic simulation created in university learning management ecosystems
K Way, L Burrell, LD Allura, K Ashford-Rowe
Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 2020
The social construction of stigma in aged-care work: implications for health professionals’ work intentions
AV Manchha, KA Way, K Tann, M Thai
The Gerontologist 62 (7), 994-1005, 2022
Supervisor conflict management climate and emotion recognition skills: Implications for collective employee burnout
KA Way, NL Jimmieson, P Bordia
International Journal of Conflict Management, 2019
How do safety professionals’ influence managers within organizations?–A critical incident approach
C Madigan, K Johnstone, KA Way, M Capra
Safety science 144, 105478, 2021
A Bayesian network model for the impacts of psychosocial hazards on the mental health of site-based construction practitioners
C Sun, CKH Hon, KA Way, NL Jimmieson, B Xia, PPY Wu
Journal of Construction Engineering and Management 149 (3), 04022184, 2023
A comparative analysis of Inspector responses to complaints about psychosocial and physical hazards
S Popple, K Way, R Johnstone, R Croucher, P Miller
Regulation & Governance 17 (1), 234-249, 2023
Reconceptualizing stigmas in aged care: A typology of stigmatizing discourses in the aged-care context
AV Manchha, K Tann, KA Way, M Thai
The Gerontologist 63 (6), 1000-1011, 2023
Does context count? The association between quality of care and job characteristics in residential aged care and hospital settings: A systematic review and meta-analysis
B Hodroj, KA Way, TL Scott, AL Wright, A Manchha
The Gerontologist 63 (6), 1012-1027, 2023
Differences between managers’ and safety professionals’ perceptions of upwards influence attempts within safety practice
C Madigan, KA Way, K Johnstone, M Capra
Journal of safety research 81, 203-215, 2022
Psychosocial hazards: Bullying, aggression and violence
KA Way
SIA, 2012
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