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Peter C Winwood

Social Work and Social Policy,
University of South Australia


 Dr. Peter Winwood  is currently working as a volunteer. Currently He is a Research Associate in the Centre for Applied Psychological Research, Work and Stress Research Group. After working on a project tracking the trajectory of psychological injury among NSW Police personnel, I have developed a unique self-report measure for psychological injury, the Psychological Injury Risk Index (PIRI), which can contribute to the identification of workers 'at risk' of work related psychological injury before their condition becomes irreversible, or precipitates premature career termination. I am also contributing to projects looking at fatigue/burnout and psychological injury issues within the SA Police being led by Professor Maureen Dollard. In am also involved with other projects in NSW seeking to validate further the Psychological Injury Risk Index (PIRI) particularly for use in high work stress organizations, such as First Responder groups

Research Interest

My special area of interest and expertise is work-related fatigue, and particularly the factors affecting recovery from fatigue between work shifts in non-work time. I am especially interested in the neurophysiological underpinning of these epiphenomena.



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