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Research

Research

Research Areas

Our research interests encompass the following four areas

Research Collaborations

Research Collaborations and Involvement

The Centre for Sustainable Working Life works closely with partners both locally and internationally. Two of our key research collaborations centre around the METIS Collaboration and European Projects involving the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work.

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METIS Collaboration

The METIS Collaboration

The METIS Collaboration is focused on the psychological, social and organisational issues that relate to the impact of chronic illness on work and working lives. CSWL’s contribution is currently in two areas:

  • Cancer survivorship and working lives; and,
  • Communication among health and social care professionals in supporting those with cancer continuing to work.

Please click here for more information on our work in the METIS Collaboration.

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European Projects

European Projects

The Centre for Sustainable Working Life has a close working relation with the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA), particularly in the area of good practice in health and safety management.

Together with EU-OSHA, and other organisations across Europe, the Centre for Sustainable Working Life have worked on projects on workplace health management, psychosocial risk management and gender issues, work life balance and health at work.

Please click here for more information on our work with EU-OSHA.