Fehmidah Munir
Fehmidah Munir
Professor in Health Psychology
Bekræftet mail på lboro.ac.uk
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The mediating effects of team and self-efficacy on the relationship between transformational leadership, and job satisfaction and psychological well-being in healthcare …
K Nielsen, J Yarker, R Randall, F Munir
International journal of nursing studies 46 (9), 1236-1244, 2009
5172009
Returning to work following cancer: a qualitative exploratory study into the experience of returning to work following cancer
F Kennedy, C Haslam, F Munir, J Pryce
European journal of cancer care 16 (1), 17-25, 2007
4492007
How do transformational leaders influence followers' affective well-being? Exploring the mediating role of self-efficacy
K Nielsen, F Munir
Work & Stress 23 (4), 313-329, 2009
3382009
Cancer survivorship and work: symptoms, supervisor response, co-worker disclosure and work adjustment
J Pryce, F Munir, C Haslam
Journal of occupational rehabilitation 17 (1), 83-92, 2007
2652007
Mediating the effects of work–life conflict between transformational leadership and health‐care workers’ job satisfaction and psychological wellbeing
F Munir, K Nielsen, AH Garde, K Albertsen, IG Carneiro
Journal of nursing management 20 (4), 512-521, 2012
2532012
A neuropsychological profile of attention deficits in young males with fragile X syndrome
F Munir, KM Cornish, J Wilding
Neuropsychologia 38 (9), 1261-1270, 2000
2322000
Dealing with self-management of chronic illness at work: predictors for self-disclosure
F Munir, S Leka, A Griffiths
Social Science & Medicine 60 (6), 1397-1407, 2005
2072005
Further delineation of the executive deficit in males with fragile-X syndrome
J Wilding, K Cornish, F Munir
Neuropsychologia 40 (8), 1343-1349, 2002
1652002
Differential impact of the FMR-1 full mutation on memory and attention functioning: a neuropsychological perspective
KM Cornish, F Munir, G Cross
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 13 (1), 144-150, 2001
1632001
Women’s perceptions of chemotherapy‐induced cognitive side affects on work ability: a focus group study
F Munir, J Burrows, J Yarker, K Kalawsky, M Bains
Journal of clinical nursing 19 (9‐10), 1362-1370, 2010
1622010
Work factors related to psychological and health-related distress among employees with chronic illnesses
F Munir, J Yarker, C Haslam, H Long, S Leka, A Griffiths, S Cox
Journal of occupational rehabilitation 17 (2), 259-277, 2007
1562007
Nature of the working memory deficit in fragile-X syndrome
F Munir, KM Cornish, J Wilding
Brain and cognition 44 (3), 387-401, 2000
1502000
Spatial cognition in males with Fragile-X syndrome: evidence for a neuropsychological phenotype
KM Cornish, F Munir, G Cross
Cortex 35 (2), 263-271, 1999
1491999
Annotation: deconstructing the attention deficit in fragile X syndrome: a developmental neuropsychological approach
KM Cornish, J Turk, J Wilding, V Sudhalter, F Munir, F Kooy, R Hagerman
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 45 (6), 1042-1053, 2004
1342004
Effectiveness of the Stand More AT (SMArT) Work intervention: cluster randomised controlled trial
CL Edwardson, T Yates, SJH Biddle, MJ Davies, DW Dunstan, DW Esliger, ...
bmj 363, 2018
1222018
Work limitations and employer adjustments for employees with chronic illness
F Munir, D Jones, S Leka, A Griffiths
International Journal of Rehabilitation Research 28 (2), 111-117, 2005
1122005
Sickness absence management: encouraging attendance or ‘risk-taking’presenteeism in employees with chronic illness?
F Munir, J Yarker, C Haslam
Disability and Rehabilitation 30 (19), 1461-1472, 2008
1062008
Theory of mind deficits in children with fragile X syndrome
K Cornish, JA Burack, A Rahman, F Munir, N Russo, C Grant
Journal of Intellectual Disability Research 49 (5), 372-378, 2005
1062005
The role of communication and support in return to work following cancer‐related absence
J Yarker, F Munir, M Bains, K Kalawsky, C Haslam
Psycho‐Oncology 19 (10), 1078-1085, 2010
1042010
Transformational leadership and depressive symptoms: A prospective study
F Munir, K Nielsen, IG Carneiro
Journal of affective disorders 120 (1-3), 235-239, 2010
1022010
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