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Occupational Health Psychology Institute – A Success!

The first annual Occupational Health Psychology Summer Institute on Improving Worker Safety, Health and Well-Being was a terrific success! This year’s institute was presented by the Occupational Psychology Program at Portland State University, CROET, the Oregon Healthy WorkForce Center, and the Canadian Center for Occupational Health and Safety at St. Mary’s University. The institute was attended by a mix of academic researchers and practitioners from around the world with topics ranging from safety climate, work … Read More

Registration for the Occupational Health Psychology (OHP) Summer Institute closes in two weeks!

The Oregon Healthy Workforce Center is excited for our first annual Summer Institute in Occupational Health Psychology. A full agenda and online registration is available on the Summer Institute webpage. Join regional, national, and international researchers and practitioners and register for a day or all four days to learn more about OHP. Registration closes June 30th, 2012. Submitted by: Kendra Evans, Manager, Oregon Healthy WorkForce Center

Occupational Health Psychology and Your Workplace

Most safety and health professionals haven’t had the opportunity to learn much about the field of Occupational Health Psychology (OHP). Yet most of us acknowledge the impact stress and other psycho-social risk factors have on safety, health and wellness. NIOSH provides a great source of background information on its Safety and Health Topic Page: Occupational Health Psychology. According to NIOSH,  “Occupational Health Psychology concerns the application of psychology to improving the quality of work-life, and … Read More

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