Rocío González-Martínez is a PhD candidate in Social Sciences. She holds a degree in Work Sciences and a MA in Occupational Risk Prevention by the University of Granada. Since December 2015, she is a Junior FPI Researcher in the research project "Business Ethics: Normativity and Economic Behavior II" at the Department of Philosophy I of the University of Granada. She was also a member of the research group "Organizational Health and Wellbeing" at the same university.
Areas of research
Her research is mainly focused on the Spanish labour market, employees' coping strategies and psychosocial risks in organizations.
 Bretones, Francisco D., Rocío González-Martínez, José María Delgado, Antonio Delgado, and Emilio Sánchez. "El ámbito de la prevención de riesgos laborares está necesitado de investigación." Guía de buenas prácticas en ergonomía aplicada a la prevención de los riesgos laborales de tipo psicosocial, coordinated by José J. Cañas Delgado, pp. 229-267. Available at: http://www.ugt.es/Publicaciones/Guia%20Ergonomia%20WEB.pdf.
 Costa, Patricia et al. "Participative prevention of psychosocial emergent risks in small and medium enterprises." The European Health Psychologist, vol. 17, no. 4, pp. 146-151.
Research technician in the project "Business Ethics: Normativity and Economic Behavior II" (FFI2014-56391-P), funded by the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness.
Research technician in the project "Participative Prevention of Psychosocial Emergent Risks in SMEs", funded by the European Commission (VS/2013/0357).