OHP Summer Institute
The first annual Occupational Health Psychology Summer Institute, held July 16 - 19, 2012 was a terrific success. The 2012 Summer Institute was on Improving Worker Safety, Health and Well-Being and 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 organization, and stress, to employee health and the work family balance. It was particularly beneficial to share the differing perspectives found between researchers and practitioners.
- Joseph Hurrell, PhD, NIOSH (ret.), Editor, Journal of Occupational Health Psychology
- Dr. Yueng-hsiang (Emily) Huang, Liberty Mutual Research Institute for Safety
- Nanette Yragui, PhD, Occupational Health Research Psychologist
- David Cadiz, MBA, PhD, Research Associate, Oregon Nurses Foundation
- Arla Day, PhD, Saint Mary’s University
- Deborah Fell-Carlson, SAIF Corporation, Dede Montgomery, CROET
- Bing Lin, M.S., Doctoral Student Industrial/Organizational and Occupational Health Psychology Training Program, Portland State University
- Leslie Hammer, PhD, Portland State University, Occupational Health Psychology
- Dov Zohar, PhD, Technion, Haifa, Israel
- Natalie Schwatka, M.S., AEP, Doctoral Student, Ergonomics & Human Factors Training Program, Department of Environmental & Radiological Health Services, Colorado State University
- Krista Hoffmeister, M.S., Doctoral Student Industrial/Organizational Psychology Training Program, Colorado State University
- Tony Barsotti, Safety Manager, Temp Control Mechanical, Portland
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