Olga is a PhD student at the University of Leeds and a psychologist. Her PhD starting in 2023 is focused on burnout and employee silence among healthcare staff and her interests include the interplays between work and mental health. Olga's areas of interest include burnout, occupational well-being, work-life balance, academic mental health and employee voice/employee silence.
Olga Lainidi summarises a paper from the UK COVID-19-MH study, which explores the links between COVID-19 information-seeking behaviours during the pandemic, and depression, anxiety and loneliness.[read the full story...]
Olga Lainidi summarises a recent systematic review and meta-analysis investigating the effectiveness of resilience interventions on the mental health of nursing staff.[read the full story...]
Olga Lainidi summarises a qualitative study capturing the stories of medical students and junior doctors about the workplace difficulties they faced during the pandemic.[read the full story...]
In her debut blog, Olga Lainidi summarises a study of Brazilian workers, which finds that occupational physical activity is linked to both workplace stress and depression.[read the full story...]
Olga Lainidi explores a prospective cohort study from Denmark, which establishes a relationship between workplace discrimination and the onset of a depressive disorder.[read the full story...]