Rebecca Mitchell spends much of her time researching Injury prevention, Occupational safety and health, Suicide prevention, Human factors and ergonomics and Public relations. Her Injury prevention research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Demography, Medical emergency, Pediatrics and Environmental health. Her Occupational safety and health research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Body mass index and Obesity.
Her Suicide prevention research incorporates themes from Transport engineering, Physical medicine and rehabilitation and Shift work. Her Human factors and ergonomics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Absenteeism and Mood. Her work focuses on many connections between Public relations and other disciplines, such as Identity, that overlap with her field of interest in Team composition, Health care and Organizational effectiveness.
Her primary areas of investigation include Injury prevention, Occupational safety and health, Suicide prevention, Human factors and ergonomics and Medical emergency. Her study focuses on the intersection of Injury prevention and fields such as Physical therapy with connections in the field of Dementia and Hip fracture. Her Occupational safety and health research includes elements of Transport engineering, Incidence, Emergency medicine, Population health and Forensic engineering.
Her Suicide prevention study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Epidemiology. Borrowing concepts from Work related, Rebecca Mitchell weaves in ideas under Human factors and ergonomics. While the research belongs to areas of Health care, Rebecca Mitchell spends her time largely on the problem of Knowledge management, intersecting her research to questions surrounding Public relations.
Her main research concerns Injury prevention, Occupational safety and health, Suicide prevention, Human factors and ergonomics and Emergency medicine. Her studies deal with areas such as Psychological intervention, Epidemiology, Incidence, Demography and Public health as well as Injury prevention. Her studies examine the connections between Epidemiology and genetics, as well as such issues in Confidence interval, with regards to Pediatrics.
Her work in Occupational safety and health addresses subjects such as Environmental health, which are connected to disciplines such as Pedestrian. Her Human factors and ergonomics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Logistic regression and Cause of death. Her Emergency medicine research integrates issues from Head injury, Injury Severity Score and Mortality data.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Injury prevention, Occupational safety and health, Suicide prevention, Mental health and Human factors and ergonomics. Her research integrates issues of Demography and Public health in her study of Injury prevention. Rebecca Mitchell integrates Occupational safety and health with Aquaculture in her study.
Her Suicide prevention study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Trauma care and Medical emergency. The concepts of her Mental health study are interwoven with issues in PsycINFO, Marital status and Psychological resilience. The study incorporates disciplines such as Emergency nursing, Head injury, Pediatrics and Anxiety in addition to Human factors and ergonomics.
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Partial least squares structural equation modeling in HRM research
Christian M. Ringle;Marko Sarstedt;Rebecca Mitchell;Siegfried P. Gudergan.
International Journal of Human Resource Management (2020)
Managing Inclusiveness and Diversity in Teams: How Leader Inclusiveness Affects Performance through Status and Team Identity
Rebecca Mitchell;Brendan Boyle;Vicki Parker;Michelle Giles.
Human Resource Management (2015)
When do interprofessional teams succeed? Investigating the moderating roles of team and professional identity in interprofessional effectiveness
Rebecca J Mitchell;Vicki Parker;Michelle Giles.
Human Relations (2011)
Knowledge creation measurement methods
Rebecca Mitchell;Brendan Boyle.
Journal of Knowledge Management (2010)
The Effect of Strategic Human Resource Management on Organizational Performance: The Mediating Role of High‐Performance Human Resource Practices
Rebecca Mitchell;Shatha Obeidat;Mark Bray.
Human Resource Management (2013)
Interprofessional practice and professional identity threat
Karen Anne McNeil;Rebecca J Mitchell;Vicki Parker.
Health Sociology Review (2013)
Associations between obesity and overweight and fall risk, health status and quality of life in older people
Rebecca J. Mitchell;Stephen R. Lord;Lara A. Harvey;Jacqueline C.T. Close.
Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health (2014)
The divergent effects of transformational leadership on individual and team innovation
Voyce Li;Rebecca Mitchell;Brendan Boyle.
Group & Organization Management (2016)
The Role of Openness to Cognitive Diversity and Group Processes in Knowledge Creation
Rebecca Mitchell;Stephen Nicholas;Brendan Boyle.
Small Group Research (2009)
The effectiveness of helmets in bicycle collisions with motor vehicles: a case-control study.
Michael R. Bambach;R. J. Mitchell;Raphael H. Grzebieta;J. Olivier.
Accident Analysis & Prevention (2013)
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