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2017

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Springer International Publishing

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en

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https://link.springer.com/journal/41542

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  • 2019-03-23 Occupational Health and Safety Practices Among Fish Processors in Kumasi Metropolitan Area. Ghana
  • 2019-03-12 Correction to: A Fresh Look at Socio-Demographics in Work-Family Conflict: a Cluster Analysis Approach
  • 2019-03-12 Make it your Break! Benefits of Person-Break Fit for Post-Break Affect
  • 2019-03-05 Naturally! Examining Nature’s Role in Workplace Strain Reduction
  • 2019-02-08 Leading After-Action Reviews among Emergency Responder Teams: how Perceptions of Leader Behaviors Relate to Proximal and Distal Outcomes
  • 2019-01-02 Relationships among Training, Mindfulness, and Workplace Injuries among Nurse Aides Working in Long-Term Care Settings
  • 2018-12-11 Workplace Incivility Ruins my Sleep and Yours: the Costs of Being in a Work-Linked Relationship
  • 2018-12 The Association Between Emotional Labor and Burnout: the Moderating Role of Psychological Capital
  • 2018-12 Workplace Telepressure and Worker Well-Being: The Intervening Role of Psychological Detachment
  • 2018-12 Identifying Safety Peer Leaders with Social Network Analysis
  • 2018-12 Association between Psychosocial and Organizational Factors and Objectively Measured Sedentary Behavior in Desk-Dependent Office Workers
  • 2018-12 Neuropattern, a Translational Tool to Reduce Stress at Work – a Pilot Study
  • 2018-12 Understanding the Correlates Between Care-Recipient Age and Caregiver Burden, Work-Family Conflict, Job Satisfaction, and Turnover Intentions
  • 2018-09 Self-Rated Health among Unemployed Adults: the Role of Quiet Ego, Self-Compassion, and Post-Traumatic Growth
  • 2018-09 The Impact of Organizational Structure and Funding Sources on the Work and Health of Employed Caregivers in Children’s Homes in Ghana
  • 2018-09 Risk Perception in Healthcare Workers: the Role of Work Area and Occupational Role
  • 2018-09 Perceptions of Psychological Contract Breach and Perceptions of Co-Worker Exclusion: The Moderating Effects of Collectivism and Individualism
  • 2018-09 Ergonomic Preferences and Future Perspectives to Prevent Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders in Information Technology Professionals: a Qualitative Study
  • 2018-06 Team Stress Research: A Review and Recommendations for Future Investigations
  • 2018-06 Ambulatory Assessment of Psychophysiological Stress among Police Officers: a Proof-of-Concept Study
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    This peer-reviewed journal is dedicated to presenting leading edge scholarship on behavioral, social, and psychological\u00a0aspects of occupational health. The journal publishes papers that represent important empirical and/or theoretical contributions to our understanding of phenomena related to worker safety, health, and well-being. The journal combines a multidisciplinary orientation, an international perspective, a translational/evidence-based practice focus, and a flexible approach that welcomes both deductive (theory-based) and inductive (descriptive) articles. The contents include articles of interest to academics as well as practitioners in applied psychology, public health, industrial hygiene, occupational medicine, nursing, occupational safety, epidemiology, ergonomics, human resource management, organizational behavior, sociology, and economics.

    Journal Scope:

    This journal primarily considers empirical and theoretical investigations that enhance understanding of phenomena related to worker safety, health, and well-being.\u00a0 Below is a list of sample topics that are covered by the journal (this list is based on the topic list of the APA/NIOSH Work Stress and Health conference:\u00a0www.apa.org/wsh). Submissions on other topics related to the major aims of\u00a0Occupational Health Science\u00a0also will be accepted.

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    2. Economic Factors and Occupational Health (e.g., job insecurity, unemployment, income disparity, and financial stress).

    3. Occupational Health Interventions:\u00a0Organizational, individual, social policy level, and multilevel interventions; health promotion; integrated safety & health programs, cost-benefit analyses of occupational health interventions

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    5. Workplace Aggression: prevalence, antecedents, and consequences of physical/verbal violence, harassment, bullying, incivility \u2013 prevalence, antecedents.

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    12. Social and Organizational Context: Organizational climate and culture; Social support; Supervision and leadership; Group dynamics; Communication.

    13. High Risk Jobs and Populations: Younger and older workers; Hazardous work environments; High-risk occupations.

    14. Traumatic Stress and Resilience: Assessment, prevention, mitigation, and treatment of traumatic stress; Resilience; PTSD; Treatment seeking.

    15. Mental and Physical Health consequences of Job Stress: Depression, Obesity, Substance abuse, Musculoskeletal, cardiovascular, and immune system function; Suicide.

    16. Sleep, Fatigue, and Work: Effects of work schedules on sleep; Sleep disorders and medications; Health and productivity implications of sleep disruptions.

    17. Aging and Work Stress: Job design for aging workers, Attitudes toward aging workers; Disability management and accommodations; Health benefit implications.

    18. Health Services and Health and Productivity Management: Employee Assistance Programs; Vocational rehabilitation & counseling; Disability management.

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    20. Professional and Educational Development: Graduate/Undergraduate/Employee training in Occupational Health disciplines; Career development programs.

    21. Research Methodology: Innovations in occupational health research design, measurement, methodology.

    22. Prevention / Intervention Methods and Processes: Field intervention design, barriers, and challenges; Intervention evaluation/implementation methods and standards.

    23. Positive Aspects of Well-being. Job satisfaction, work engagement, job involvement, positive work experiences, benefit finding.

    24. Individual Differences in Occupational Health: personality, coping skills, demographic factors affecting occupational health outcomes.

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    26. Rehabilitation and accommodation for disabilities: re-entry to the workplace after injury and illness; accommodation for workers with disabilities, especially those disabilities that were work-related.

    27. Accidents and injuries: Environmental and individual factors related to workplace accidents and injuries.

    28. Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSD): Environmental and individual factors related to development of MSD.

    29. Health promotion: The effectiveness of health promotion by organizations, for example, offering health programs for exercise or smoking cessation.

    30. Dissemination and Implementation Science: Research approaches for translation of knowledge into practice, including identification of factors or methods affecting intervention adoption, scale up and sustainability.

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