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Dr Matthew Carter

 

Work & Organisational Psychology Group

Matthew Carter
Position: Senior Research Fellow 

Phone: +44(0)121 204 3056 Email:m.r.carter@aston.ac.uk Room: SW716

  • 2002 PhD. University of Aston, Work & Organisational Psychology Group, Aston University
  • 1997 MSc People Management and Business Administration, Aston University
  • 1996 BSc (Hons) Combined Honours: Business Administration and Psychology, Aston University
  • 2007 - to date Senior Research Fellow, Work & Organisational Psychology Group, Aston University
  • Project Manager National NHS Staff Survey and Team-Based Working in the NHS research projects
  • 2003 - 2007 Research Fellow, Work & Organisational Psychology Group, Aston Business School
  • 2002 - 2003 Research Assiciate (PT), Work & Organisational Psychology Group, Aston Business School
  • 2002 - 2003 Research Associate (PT), Management Centre, Kings College London
  • 2001 - 2002 Data Analyst (PT), Organisational Studies, Aston Business School
  • 1998 - 2002 Course Tutor, Organisational Studies, Aston Business School
  Human Resorce Management (with particular reference to the effectiveness of training), workplace performance, and work-related stress.
 

Articles in Academic Journals

  • West, M. A., Borrill, C. S., Dawson, J. F., Scully, J. W., Carter, M. R., Anelay, S., Patterson, M. & Waring, J. (2002) The link between the management of employees and patient mortality in acute hospitals. International Journal of Human Resource Management 13(8) pp. 1299-1310.
  • West, M. A., Guthrie, J. P., Dawson, J. F., Borrill, C. S. & Carter, M. R. (2006) Reducing patient mortality in hospitals: The role of human resource management. Journal of Organisational Behavior, 27 pp. 983-1002.

Official Reports

  • West, M. A., Carter, M. R., Dawson, J. F., Dunckley, M. Richardson, J. & Srivastrava, N (2008) Team-Based Working in the NHS. Birmimgham: Aston Business School.
  • West, M. A., Borrill, C. S., Carter, M. R., Scully, J. W., Dawson, J. F. & Richter, A. W. (2005) Working together: Employee involvement in organisational performance in the NHS. Birmingham:Aston Business School.
  • West, M. A., Fisher, G. K., Carter, M.K., Gould, V. B. & Scully, J. W. (2005) Rewarding customer service? Report to Institute of Customer Service and Chartered Institute of Personal Development. Birmingham: Aston Business School.

Research Projects Worked On

  • 2006 - to date Team-Based Working in the NHS (Dept of Health)
  • 2003 - to date National NHS Staff Survey (Healthcare Commision)
  • 2004 RSPCA Staff Survey
  • 2002 Link between Staff and Patient satisfaction (Dept of Health)
  • 2001-2004 Staff Involvement and organisational performance in the NHS (Dept of Health)
  • 2002-2003 The development and dissemination of evidence-based Human Resource Management in the NHS (Dept of Health)
  • 2001-2002 Clinical Governance Review-Staff survey (Commission for Health Improvement)
  • 1999-2001 Link between People Management and organisational performance in the NHS (Dept of Health)
 

Conference Presentations

  • Linking learning climate, motivation, and performance in the British healthcare context. Accepted for presentation at the 4th Australian Industrial & Organisational Psychology Conference. Sydney Australia, June 2001.
  • Maximising training motivation: The role of role stressors, supervisor support and self-efficacy. Accepted for presentation at the 5th Australian Indutrial & Organisational Psychology Conference. Melbourne Australia, June 2003.
  • The link between training and appraisal practices and patient mortality: the role of HR director. Accepted fror presentation at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting. Seattle USA, August 2003.
  • The relationship between Human Resource Management practices and organizational performance: The contribution of staff training. Accepted for presentation at the 11th European Congress on Work and Organizational Psychology. Lisbon Portugal, May 2003.

Employable Graduates; Exploitable Research