Department of Nursing
Cyprus University of Technology
Dr Maria Karanikola is Assistant Professor at Cyprus University of Technology since 2008. She holds a BSc in Nursing (1999) from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, School of Nursing, as well as a Master’s degree in Mental Health (2001) and a PhD in Mental Health Nursing (2006) from this institute. She has a clinical experience as a staff nurse in a variety of clinical settings, including mental health services.
Her main research interest focuses on the influence of the health care milieu on the mental health of nurses and patients, with special interest in mental health, emergency and critical care settings.
Karanikola MN, Papathanassoglou ED (2015) Measuring professional satisfaction in Greek nurses: combination of qualitative and quantitative investigation to evaluate the validity and reliability of the Index of Work Satisfaction. Appl Nurs Res 28: 48-54.
Papathanassoglou ED, Miltiadous P, Karanikola MN(2015) May BDNF Be Implicated in the Exercise-Mediated Regulation of Inflammation? Critical Review and Synthesis of Evidence. Biol Res Nurs 17: 521-539.
Karanikola MN, Giannakopoulou M, Kalafati M, Kaite CP, Patiraki E, et al (2016) Anxiety symptoms and quality of interaction among oncology nurses: a correlational, cross-sectional study. Rev Esc Enferm USP 50: 800-807.