The pandemic, AI and automation are reshaping our psychosocial work. Course leader Jan Olav Christensen discusses the effects.
Author: Morten Jakobsen
The aims of this position paper are to:
(i) summarize research on precarious employment (PE) in the context of occupational health;
(ii) develop a theoretical framework that distinguishes PE from related concepts and delineates important contextual factors;
(iii) identify key methodological challenges and directions for future research on PE and health.
Course leader presentation: Anne Helene Garde & Helena Breth Nielsen
Course: Non-Standard Employment, Work Environment and Health, 9th – 11th of May 2023
Are electrical injuries just bad luck?
No, says occupational health researchers Lars Ole Goffeng and Bo Veiersted. We can do more to prevent accidents and treat them better.
Course leader presentation:
Bo Veiersted and Lars Ole Goffeng
Electrical Injury, 18th – 20th of April 2023, STAMI – The National Institute of Occupational Health, Oslo, Norway
What can you expect from joining our course “Statistics for Assessment of Occupational Exposures and Health Outcomes“?
Course leader Anne Straumfors gives an introduction to the topic, followed by a few words from each lecturer.
Course leader presentation: Anne Straumfors, Statistics for Assessment of Occupational Exposures and Health Outcomes, 29th of November – 1st of December 2022
Course leader presentation: Raymond Olsen & Mariann Sandsund, Firefighter Work and Health, 1st – 3rd of November 2022