Dr Matthew Carter is a Senior Research Fellow with a background in Work and Organisational Psychology, and is currently the Course Director of the Human Resource Management in Business MSc degree course.
Prior to this current role, Matthew was project manager of the NHS National Staff Survey between 2007 and 2011, and worked on a number of Department of Health funded projects on people management, team-based working, staff involvement and engagement conducted by the Institute of Health Services Effectiveness at Aston University.
More recently, Matthew has also contributed towards two mixed method projects with researchers from the Aston Research Centre for Healthy Ageing (ARCHA) which examined the health and well-being of older adults entering residential care, and with colleagues from the Work & Organisational Psychology which examined provisions made for trackside workers on railways.
His research interests include workplace design and behaviour, and people management in health service settings. He received his Ph.D. from Aston University in 2003 which examined the association between people management practices and patient mortality.
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Does the ExtraCare approach give positive outcomes for healthy ageing which results in measurable care cost savings? (2012-2015) (With: Holland, C., West, K., Bellary, S., Cooke, R., Leask, G., & Shaw, R.)
Review of Network Rail Limited’s provision of Welfare Facilities for track based workers policy and practice. (2014-2016) (With: Guillaume, Y.F., & Scully, J.W.)
Karakitapoðlu-Aygün, Z., Litchfield, R., Gumusluoglu., L., Carter, M., Hirst, G. Euram. “When does team identity strengthen team innovative behavior? The roles of reflexivity and interdependence. Valencia, Spain (June 2014).
Carter, M., Karakitapoðlu-Aygün, Z., Gumusluoglu., L., Litchfield, R., Hirst, G. Academy of Management Annual Meeting. "Connecting the Dots from Team Innovation to Performing Managerial Objectives." Lake Buena Vista (Orlando), FL. USA (August 2013).
Lyubovnikova, J.. Carter, M., Dawson, J., Jerzembek, G., MacCurtain, S,. McCarthy, I., Topakas, A., West, M., MacMahon, J. British Academy of Management Conference, “Ensuring Quality and Safety in healthcare Delivery: The role of Teamwork and organisational Climate” Cardiff University, Cardiff, UK (September 2012).
Carter, M., Fear, W., British Academy of Management Conference, "Quality and patient mortality in NHS hospitals: Is the strength of climate for quality linked to mortality?," Aston University, Birmingham, UK. (September 2011).
Carter, M., Dunckley, M., Qualitative Research in Psychology (QMiP) Conference, "Team-based working in NHS Trusts," Nottingham University, UK. (August 2010).