I am working on the mixed-methods research project "Rapidly formed COVID-19 teams in the NHS - Implications for leadership, team-working, career intentions and individual mental health".
With an academic background in occupational health psychology my core research interests lay within health studies, psychological wellbeing in the workplace and the development and evaluation of digital interventions.
Kulkarni K, Shah R, Armaou M, Leighton P, Mangwani J, Dias J, 'What can we learn from the experiences and expectations of patients on growing waiting lists for planned care in the COVID-19 pandemic?'
Bone & Joint Open 2 (8) (2021) pp.583-593
eISSN: 2633-1462Abstract Published here Open Access on RADAR
Armaou M, Araviaki E, Musikanski L, 'eHealth and mHealth Interventions for Ethnic Minority and Historically Underserved Populations in Developed Countries: an Umbrella Review'
International Journal of Community Well-Being 3 (2019) pp.193-221
ISSN: 2524-5295 eISSN: 2524-5309Abstract Published here
Armaou, Konstantinidis, Blake, 'The Effectiveness of Digital Interventions for Psychological Well-Being in the Workplace: A Systematic Review Protocol.'
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 17 (1) (2019)
ISSN: 1661-7827 eISSN: 1660-4601Abstract Published here
Grunfeld, Schumacher, Armaou, Woods, Rolf, Sutton, Zarkar, Sadhra, 'Feasibility randomised controlled trial of a guided workbook intervention to support work-related goals among cancer survivors in the UK.'
BMJ Open 9 (1) (2019)
ISSN: 2044-6055 eISSN: 2044-6055Abstract Published here
Armaou, Schumacher, Grunfeld, 'Cancer Survivors' Social Context in the Return to Work Process: Narrative Accounts of Social Support and Social Comparison Information.'
Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation 28 (3) (2018) pp.504-512
ISSN: 1053-0487 eISSN: 1573-3688Abstract Published here
Schumacher, Armaou, Rolf, Sadhra, Sutton, Zarkar, Grunfeld, 'Usefulness and engagement with a guided workbook intervention (WorkPlan) to support work related goals among cancer survivors.'
BMC Psychology 5 (1) (2017)
ISSN: 2050-7283 eISSN: 2050-7283Abstract Published here