Dr Lara Thynne
Dr Lara Thynne BSocSci(SUT), BComHons(Dkn), PhD(Dkn)
Dr Thynne is a Lecturer in Management at Swinburne University of Technology. Dr Thynne’s research focuses on Human Resource Management and employee-level issues such as work stress in the health services industry, with an aim toward making healthier workplaces that are more productive. Dr Thynne has presented at many industry relevant conferences. Dr Thynne utilises powerful inductive research techniques that can be customised to the organisation enhancing the applicability of research results. Lara’s current work is focused on Workplace violence, Shiftwork and Employee Fatigue with a special focus on Paramedics.
PhD candidate and honours supervision
Higher degrees by research
Accredited to supervise Masters & Doctoral students as Associate Supervisor.
Available to supervise honours students.
Fields of Research
- Business Systems In Context - 350300
Also published as: Thynne, Lara; Thynne, L.
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Recent research grants awarded
- 2021: Coaching for Flourishing in Retirement *; Emergency Services Foundation Partnership
* Chief Investigator
- 2021-12-03: ‘Unrelenting’: Pandemic demands fuel allied health worker burnout - The Age
- Ambulance workers want to quit as they reach peak burnout - The National Tribune
- Ambulance Workers want to quit as they reach peak burnout - Swinburne Media
- ANZAM Online: Year of Living Dangerously - You Tube
- Calls for change as new report finds Victorian paramedics under stress levels akin to a mental disorder - ABC News
- Covid has broken us. Warnings of a mass resignation among Victorian Paramedics - The Guardian
- Deadly ambulance ramping at Victorian hospitals was on the rise before COVID-19, study finds - ABC News
- More than a third of Victorian paramedics ‘burnt out’: study - ABC News Radio
- New study finds Victorian paramedics are experiencing high levels of psychological distress - Swinburne Media
- Significant' bullying among paramedics revealed in research - The Age
- Students filling ambulance roster holes amid fears of mass resignation - The Age