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Clements, Andrew James, Woodhams, Jessica, Young, Joseph K. and Duran, Fazeelat (2023). Editorial: The wellbeing of criminal justice personnel. Frontiers in Psychology, 14 ,

Evans, Thomas Rhys, Burns, Calvin, Essex, Ryan, Finnerty, Gina, Hatton, Ella, Clements, Andrew James, Breau, Genevieve, Quinn, Francis, Elliott, Helen, Smith, Lorraine D., Matthews, Barry, Jennings, Kath, Crossman, Jodie, Williams, Gareth, Miller, Denise, Harold, Benjamin, Gurnett, Philip, Jagodzinski, Lee, Smith, Julie, Milligan, Wendy, Markowski, Marianne, Collins, Peter, Yoshimatsu, Yuki, Margalef Turull, Jordi, Colpus, Mark, Dayson, Mark L. and Weldon, Sharon (2023). A systematic scoping review on the evidence behind debriefing practices for the wellbeing/emotional outcomes of healthcare workers. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 14 ,

Kinman, G and Clements, A J (2022). Prison officers’ experiences of aggression: implications for sleep and recovery. Occupational Medicine, 72 (9), pp. 604-608.

Mallinson, Matt Geoffrey, Giannakopoulou, Anastasia and Clements, Andrew James (2022). The Impact of Linguistic Form of Labels on Desire for Social Distance in Mental Health. International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction ,

Kinman, Gail and Clements, Andrew J. (2022). Sickness Presenteeism in Prison Officers: Risk Factors and Implications for Wellbeing and Productivity. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 19 (6),

Clements, Andrew and Kinman, Gail (2021). Job demands, organizational justice, and emotional exhaustion in prison officers. Criminal Justice Studies, 34 (4), pp. 441-458.

Clements, Andrew James and Kamau, Caroline (2018). Understanding students’ motivation towards proactive career behaviours through goal-setting theory and the job demands–resources model. Studies in Higher Education, 43 (12), pp. 2279-2293.

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