The International Coordinating Group - Occupational Health Psychology (ICG-OHP)
What is Occupational Health Psychology?
The field of Occupational Health Psychology has traditionally focused on examining and understanding risk factors in the workplace (e.g, job demands) and the resulting stress related diseases such as, burnout, mental ill-health, cardiovascular disease, to name a few.Read More
Webinar with Dr Carles Muntaner on Causation, Ontology, Racism, and Class:
Via Zoom on October 29th, 2020 at 3:00pm ET
Work and Nonwork Boundary Management in the Time of COVID-19
Millions of employees and students remain working and studying from home as COVID-19 continues to be a major health threat. How does one manage work and nonwork roles when boundaries between the two become blurred? Dr. Allen will provide an overview of boundary management concepts, recent research on the topic, and suggestions for practice.
Tammy Allen is Distinguished University Professor at the University of South Florida where she serves as the Director of the Industrial-Organizational Psychology Program and as the Director of the Occupational Health Psychology concentration. Her research is focused on individual, organizational, and societal factors that relate to worker career development and wellbeing, with an emphasis on the intersection between work and family. She is currently involved in several studies examining remote work in response to COVID-19. She is Past-President of the Society for Occupational Health Psychology.
Please RSVP for Zoom Details: https://usf.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0pqPCkQ0ZSuVloV
Occupational Health Psychology Journals and Resources
History of the ICG-OHP
- Julian Barling (Journal of Occupational Health Psychology)
- Mike Colligan (US National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health - NIOSH)
- Tom Cox (Work and Stress)
- Heather Fox (American Psychological Association - APA)
- Stavroula Leka (European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology)
- Joe Hurrell (NIOSH)
- Gwendolyn Keita (APA)
- Steve Sauter (NIOSH)