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Presentations

Workplace innovation to achieve the EU2020 Strategy  - Frank Pot, Nijmegen School of Management, The Netherlands

The factors that facilitate positive and sustainable changes in the work environment and employee health and well-being - Professor Karina Nielsen, The National Research Centre for the Working Environment, Denmark

WHO and wellbeing at work - Rokho Kim, MD DrPH, WHO, Switzerland

From psychosocial risks to organisational changes. A tool for HRM and occupational health practitioners -V. Grosjean, INRS National French Institute for Research and Safety, France

A practical model for intervention - Ségolène Journoud, ANACT, France

Does workplace health promotion reach relevant target groups? - Marie Birk Jørgensen, The National Research Centre for the Working Environment, Denmark

'Vocational' physiotherapy for musculoskeletal disorders - Christine Parker, University of Salford, UK

The story behind the numbers - Tanja de Jong, TNO, The Netherlands

The relative contribution of individual and organisational factors to vitality at work - Arjella van Scheppingen, TNO, The Netherlands

Well-being at work: What is a good job? - Andy Smith, Cardiff University, UK

What drives European enterprises to deal with work-related stress? - Dr Aditya Jain, University of Nottingham, UK 

Stress and burnout: development of preventive measures and their integration into the Federal Foreign Office's occupational health management - Dr Maria Bellinger, Dr Gregor Wittke

Great Place to Work, Safe Place to Work, Citizen of the World - Malcolm Staves, L'Oreal, France

Welcome to The SHED: - Shed, mindballs and other interesting things. The importance of structuring an approach to employee engagement to drive behavioural change - Professor Neil Budworth, E-ON, UK

Mindfulness: a Well-Being Intervention in the Workplace - Dr Nadine Mellor, HSL, UK

London 2012 Learning Legacy Occupational Health - Melodie Gilbert and Dr Marianne Dyer, Duradiamond Healthcare Ltd, UK

Improving Workplace Health: what support do managers need to make a difference? - Lindsey Dugdill, University of Salford, UK

Managing well-being: relationships between management policies, superiors' behaviour and employee wellbeing - Ossi Aura, Pohjola Health, Finland

Work-related wellbeing and labour market outcomes - Thomas Clausen, The National Research Centre for the Working Environment, Denmark

Safety Communication that Engages Worker Wellbeing and Dignity - Robin M. Nicholas, Health and Safety Communications, USA

Evaluation of the Working Health Services pilot project - Margaret Hanson, WorksOut, UK

Beware: Managers Can Damage Your Health - Professor Cary L. Cooper, CBE, Lancaster University Management School, UK

Social Innovation and Workplace Innovation in Germany - Jürgen Howaldt,  Sozialforschungsstelle Dortmund, Germany

Influences on the effective implementation of evidence-based workplace health guidance - Richard Preece, Mid Cheshire Hospitals NHS FT, UK

"Good Work Good Health" - Identifying Good Practice in Managing Mental Wellbeing in the EU Telecoms Industry - Joanne Crawford, Institute of Occupational Health, UK 

A framework to integrate human factor-related elements of chemical exposure in the workplace - Henk Goede, TNO, The Netherlands

What is the Benefit of Mental Toughness to the Work Place? A Case Study Assessment - Roxane Gervais, HSL, UK

Boosting innovation and quality of working life in the Netherlands - Frank Pot, Dutch National Centre for Social Innovation, The Netherlands

Workplace innovation and social innovation: monitoring and policy in the Netherlands - Peter Oeij, TNO, The Netherlands



 

 

 

 

 

 



 



 

 





 







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