• Maltby, J., Hall, S., & Puttick., S. (2019-2021). Resilience in STEM learning. Leverhulme Trust. 147k Recoverable.
    • Maltby, J., Dale, M., & Friere-Patino, D. (2018-2019). Mental health across Huntington’s disease populations. What is unique and what is familial? The worldwide Enroll-HD study dataset. NIHR CLAHRC. £22.6k
    • Palmer, E., Maltby, J., O'Reilly, M. & Dover, R. (2017). Evaluation and review of Prevent Innovation fund projects. Home Office. £25k.
    • White, A., Williams, G., Maltby, J. & Seims, A. (2017). Evaluation of a 2-Year Pilot Project for Men’s Mental Health funded through the Big Lottery.  Rugby League Cares. £59.8k.
    • Jones C., Robertson, N., Maltby J. (2016). Second Victim Support Unit. Patient Safety Collaborative. £10k
    • Jones C., Robertson, N., Maltby J. (2016).Second Victim Support Unit Evaluation. Patient Safety Collaborative. £8k
    • Jones C., Green  W., Maltby J. (2016). Nerve Centre Electronic Observations Pilot Evaluation.  University Hospitals Leicester. £16k.

    • Roland, D., Jones C., Green, W., Maltby J., Robinson, S., (2015) Mobilising Human Factors Knowledge to Maximise Safety Huddle Impact: Protecting Patients & Optimising  Organisations. Health Education England  £24k
    • Jones, C. (joint PI), Palmer, E., Hatcher, R., Flowe, H., O'Reilly, M. & Maltby, J. (joint PI) (2015-16). Public Sector Failure: Lessons for Healthcare Policy Makers. Health Foundation.  (£94.6k)
    • Hutchinson, C. V., Maltby, J. & Paterson, K. (2014/15). Reading between the lines of visual discomfort in CFS/ME. ME Research UK. (£15,922)
    • Maltby, J. (2014). Joy and Emotion: An intervention study. Unilever/CAPP. (£12,491).
    • Maltby, J., Milburn, L. & Durrant, D. (2012-13). Adaptive Resilience, Diversity and the Creative Case:  Developing current strategies and networks among Disability and Deaf Lead Organisations with the Midlands and South West. . Arts Council England. (£33,280)
    • Maltby, J., Milburn, L. & Durrant, D. (2012-13). A Disability Audit: Midlands and South West. Arts Council England. (£40,000)
    • Paterson, K., White, S. & Maltby, J. (2011). 2 Scholarships from the Nuffield Foundation Science Bursaries for Schools & Colleges. (£1000).
    • Paterson, K., Filik, R. & Maltby, J. (2011-2013). Improving secondary school students’ science text comprehension. Leverhulme Trust. (£72,821).
    • Maltby, J. & Day, L. (2009/10). Individual Difference Practical Resource Pack. Higher Education Academy Psychology Network. (£5,492.80) and Pearson Education (£2,000). (Click here)
    • Colley, A. & Maltby, J. (2009/10). Public sporting role models, sports interest and sport participation among young people. Leverhulme Trust. (£36,454)
    • Maltby, J., Day, L. & Giles, D. C. (2008/2009). ‘To be, or not to be, a psychologist’: Psychology students implicit theories of what makes an ideal psychologist. Higher Education Academy Psychology Network (£5,679). (Click here)
    • Maltby, J., Day, L. & Giles, D. C. (2008/2009). Psychological Test Resource. Higher Education Academy Psychology Network. (£4,966). (Click here
    • Maltby, J. & Day, L. (2004). £4,000 awarded by the Psychology LTSN (Learning and Teaching Support Network) for a project entitled “Using Mathematical Puzzles to Support the Teaching of Statistics”.
    • Maltby J. with ARC Research and Consultancy, and University of Sheffield (2000/01) reviewing good practice among the partnerships involved in National Right Fit Health Promotion: Glaxo-Smith-Kline/Barnardos. (£50k).
    • McCamley, A., Maltby, J. with Society of Volunteer Associations (1998/2000):  The ‘Triumph and Success’ research project among 15 to 21 year olds in Sheffield in collaboration with the Society of Volunteer Associations and other local Sheffield youth agencies.  Joseph Rowntree Foundation. (£92k).


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