John Moriarty

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John is a lecturer in Sociology and Quantitative Methods at Queen’s University Belfast. He is a fellow of the Centre for Evidence and Social Innovation (CESI) and a member of the Northern Ireland Public Health Research Network. His principle interests are in workplace wellbeing, mental health, social identity and use of linked administrative data to address pressing questions in social science.


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Burnout and consultants’ retirement plans


John Moriarty and colleagues review a UK cross-sectional study of NHS consultants, which looks at psychosocial work characteristics, burnout, psychological morbidity symptoms and early retirement.

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Migrant mental health may improve with children’s educational success


John Moriarty’s debut blog investigates a recent cross-sectional study looking at whether the mental health of migrant parents is supported by the educational achievements of their children.

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