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6 - 8 July 2022 - Bordeaux, France

15th EAOHP Conference: ′Supporting knowledge comparison to promote good practice in occupational health psychology′

Organized by: European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology
Supported by: University of Bordeaux

Topics: Submissions are welcome in all areas of research, practice, and education in occupational health psychology and related areas. Relevant topics include but are not limited to studies on: ​
  • Psychosocial work environment
  • Antecedents of stress and well-being
  • Stress: Theory and measurement
  • Interpersonal relationships
  • Social capital and social climate
  • Individual and organizational health interventions
  • Training and education
  • Workplace health promotion
  • Organizational interventions, outcomes and evaluation
  • Contemporary issues in OHP
  • Inequalities in working conditions and health
  • Policy and practice issues including CSR
  • Work engagement and positive OHP
  • Future of Work: Organizational restructuring, job insecurity and wellbeing
  • OHP in the post Covid-19 world
  • Gender and ageing
  • Safety climate
  • Work-family interface
  • Violence, bullying and harassment
  • Ethical Issues in Occupational Health

Contact Information
Nottingham University Business School University of Nottingham Jubilee Campus, Wollaton Road Nottingham, NG8 1BB
Tel: 44 011584 67750
Email: conference@eaohp.org
Website: http://www.eaohp.org/conference.html

7 - 9 September 2022 - Hanaholmen Conference Hotel, Helsinki area, Finland

Positive Psychology at Work: Towards Flourishing Workplaces (on-site course)

Organized by: NIVA - the Nordic Institute for Advanced Training in Occupational Health
Supported by: The Nordic Council of Ministers

The purpose of the course is to present and discuss some key concepts – for example work engagement, positive leadership, and job crafting – in work life positive psychology. Focus will also be on practical measures and positive interventions building on the job and personal resources. The course aims to facilitate research as well as practice from a positive psychology perspective by 1. outlining theoretical relationship and associations between these concepts and 2. proposing and discussing methodological issues and effective and innovative intervention strategies.

Contact Information
Email: linda.oksanen@niva.org
Website: https://niva.org/course/positive-psychology-at-work-towards-flourishing-workplaces/

20 - 22 September 2022 - Hanaholmen Conference Hotel, Helsinki area, Finland

Workspaces Promoting Well-being

Organized by: NIVA

  • Remote multi-locational work: prerequisites, challenges and outcome
  • Development of sustainable remote work
  • Workplace design for physical, mental and social wellbeing at the office and at home
  • Salutogenic and user-centred approach for workplace design
  • Effects of activity-based offices on well-being and productivity
  • The role of adaptive lighting in supporting personalized well-being
  • Room acoustics and sound insulation – the fundamental factors of well-being and functional working spaces

Contact Information
Email: cecilia.weckman@niva.org
Website: https://niva.org/course/workspaces-promoting-well-being-2/