Dr Martin Hyde is an Associate Professor in Gerontology at Swansea University. His main research interests are on ageing and later life and he has published on a wide range of topics from quality of life, work and retirement, health inequalities and consumption in later life. His recent book ‘Ageing and Globalization’ with Prof Paul Higgs is published by Policy Press. He has been involved in a number of large scale studies including the English Longitudinal Study of Ageing (ELSA), the Survey for Health, Retirement and Ageing in Europe (SHARE) and the Swedish Longitudinal Occupational Study of Health (SLOSH). 

Publications

  1. Aminisani, N., Rastgou, L., Shamshirgaran, S., Sarbakhsh, P., Ghaderi, S., & Hyde, M. Predictors of multimorbidity among the Kurdish population living in the Northwest of Iran. BMC Public Health, 20(1)
  2. Garefelt, J., Platts, L., Hyde, M., Hanson, L., Westerlund, H., & Åkerstedt, T. Reciprocal relations between work stress and insomnia symptoms: A prospective study. Journal of Sleep Research, 29(2)
  3. Hyde, M., George, S., & Kumar, V. Trends in Work and Employment in Rapidly Developing Countries. Handbook of Disability, Work and Health (pp. 1-20). Springer International Publishing
  4. Griep, Y., Hyde, M., Vantilborgh, T., Bidee, J., Witte, H., & Pepermans, R. Voluntary work and the relationship with unemployment, health, and well-being: A two-year follow-up study contrasting a materialistic and psychosocial pathway perspective.. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 20(2), 190-204.
  5. Lahelma, E., Pietiläinen, O., Chandola, T., Hyde, M., Rahkonen, O., & Lallukka, T. Occupational social class trajectories in physical functioning among employed women from midlife to retirement. BMC Public Health, 19(1)

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Teaching

  • ASPM01 Ageing in a Global Context

    This module provides students with an introduction to population ageing as a national, regional and global phenomenon. It will help them gain an appreciation of its implications for the health, social care and social policy sectors in areas such as retirement, intergenerational relations and family. The module will also help students develop a critical appreciation of some of the key debates raised by population ageing in the wider global context.

Supervision

  • To reflect covid-19 focus.«br /»«br /» The new title is:«br /»«br /» CovAge – What was the role of older people in clinical research during the Covid-19 pandemic? (current)

    MPhil
    Other supervisor: Dr Emma Richards
    Other supervisor: Dr Jodie Croxall
  • Assessing the Relationship of Concessionary Bus Pass Use and Health for Older People in Wales (current)

    PhD
    Other supervisor: Dr Charles Musselwhite
  • The Development of an Indoor Environmental Assessment Tool for People with Mild to Moderate Dementia living in nursing homes, residential homes, sheltered housing and extra care housing. (current)

    PhD
    Other supervisor: Dr Deborah Morgan
  • The role of social support networks in the dementia literacy of older adults in Wales. (awarded 2019)

    PhD
    Other supervisor: Dr Sarah Hillcoat-Nalletamby
    Other supervisor: Prof Vanessa Burholt
    Other supervisor: Prof Norah Keating

External Responsibilities

Key Grants and Projects

  • Nya förväntningar - ny balans? Om balans och konflikt mellan arbete och privatliv i Sverige 2013 - 2015

    , with Baltzer M & Leineweber C. , AFA #120130: 2,870,000 SEK