The project coordinator is the University of Nottingham (Institute of Work, Health & Organisations). The Institute of Work, Health & Organisations is a postgraduate research school in applied psychology in the Faculty of Law & Social Sciences. It is concerned with the contribution of applied psychology to occupational and public health and safety and to the provision of related health services. This concern focuses, in part, on the development of healthy behaviours, healthy communities and healthy work organisations. The Institute is a designated WHO Collaborating Centre in Occupational Health and a long standing member of the European Agency’s Topic Centre programme having originally led in relation to work-related stress. It has also led the WHO Network’s programme of work on psychosocial factors at work for the past 5 years. It has been funded by the Health & Safety Executive (UK) continuously since the early 1990s in relation to the development and evaluation of a risk management approach to organisational interventions for work stress. Over this period, it has also published guidance on work-related stress for a variety of national and international bodies including the WHO and ILO.
Persons involved: Stavroula Leka, Tom Cox, Aditya Jain and Juliet Hassard
Address: Institute of Work, Health & Organisations, University of Nottingham, International House, Jubilee Campus, Nottingham NG8 1BB, UK Contact: Stavroula Leka Phone: +44 115 8466662 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org