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Centre for Sustainable Working Life

CSWL

TheĀ Centre for Sustainable Working Life (CSWL) is focused on the sustainability of working life through the development of healthy and resilient working people, and healthy, safe and resilient communities and work organisations.

Welcome

Welcome to the Centre for Sustainable Working Life

What Is Sustainable Working Life?

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Calculating the cost of work-related stress and psychosocial risks

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Implementing culture change within the NHS: Contributions from Occupational Psychology

CSWL part of DOP Report on implementing culture change within the NHS.

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ESRC Seminar on Cancer and Employment: Sources and Use of Data on Work Participation Across Europe

The METIS Collaboration, which the Centre for Sustainable Working Life is part of, presents this ESRC funded Seminar Series designed to identify and discuss current issues relating to the employment of those with cancer and promote the translation of our research knowledge into policy and practice. The series focuses on the psychological, social, organizational and economic issues. This seminar is the last of six discussion seminars and is focused on the legal and insurance contexts.

Postgraduate Research Studentships in Occupational Health Psychology

Applications are invited for full-time or part-time research studentships on the Professional Doctorate in Occupational Health Psychology in the Centre for Sustainable Working Life, School of Business, Economics & Informatics.

Lecturer Vacancy

Vacancy for a permanent Lectureship (A/B) in occupational health psychology or health and safety management (0.5 FTE).

ESRC Seminar Series on Cancer And Employment - Seminar 5

The fifth seminar on Cancer and Employment: Perspectives of the Employing Organisation will be held at Birkbeck on November 15th, 2016.

ESRC Seminar Series on Cancer And Employment - Seminar 4

The fourth seminar of the ESRC funded Seminar Series will be held at University of Aberdeen on June 15th, 2016.

13 June 2017 - 10:30: ESRC Seminar on Cancer and Employment: Sources and Use of Data on Work Participation Across Europe

The METIS Collaboration, which the Centre for Sustainable Working Life is part of, presents this ESRC funded Seminar Series designed to identify and discuss current issues relating to the employment of those with cancer and promote the translation of our research knowledge into policy and practice. The series focuses on the psychological, social, organizational and economic issues. This seminar is the last of six discussion seminars and is focused on the legal and insurance contexts.

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