Department:School of Psychology and Sport Science
Areas of Expertise: Applied, Social and Health Psychology
Emma is a lecturer in our Department of Psychology, and the course leader for BSc (Hons) Abnormal & Clinical Psychology.
Emma’s PhD research explored shared decision making for medication management in a community-based mental health setting. Her primary research interests centre on how people utilise choice in psychiatric encounters and considerations of power and stigma in this context. Related interests include wellbeing; positive psychology; therapeutic relationships; and critical health psychology. Emma has a particular interest in participatory methodologies.
Emma is a member of our following research areas:
These all form part of our Applied, Social and Health Psychology Research Group.
Kaminskiy, E., 2015. Diverse conceptualisations of shared decision making for psychiatric medication management in the UK. Journal of Intersectionalities.
Morant, N., Kaminskiy, E. and Ramon, S., accepted. Shared Decision-Making for Psychiatric Medication Management: Conceptual and practical developments. Health Expectations.
Kaminskiy, E., Ramon, S. and Morant, N., 2013. Exploring Shared Decision Making for Psychiatric Medication Management. In: Walker, S. (Ed.). Modern Mental Health Practice - Critical Voices. (pp.33-49). Critical Publishing. Ross on Wye: PCS Books.
Kaminskiy, E., 2014. Exploring collaborative psychiatric medication management – Findings from a PhD study. Paper presented at the 5th Qualitative Research on Mental Health Conference, Chania, Crete.
Kaminskiy, E., 2014. A study of Shared Decision Making in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Foundation Trust. Paper and workshop presented at the Shared Involvement in Medication Management Education Conference, Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge.
Finlay, M., Rohleder, P., Kaminskiy, E., Manning, R., McDermott, D., Zawiszka, M. and Luyt, R., 2014. Assaults on Identity. Public lecture for Cambridge Festival of Ideas, Cambridge.