Total Worker Health book is being published by NIOSH on July 9, 2019

NIOSH releases book on Total Worker Health

The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) has announced the release of its edited volume on Total Worker Health. In this pioneering book on Total Worker Health®, NIOSH...

SOHP features Active Workplace Study

The Active Workplace study aims to reduce exposure to sedentary activity in the workplace and impact Total Worker Health. This Oregon Healthy Workforce study is featured in the Society for...

Ciao a tutti (hello everyone)!

Recently, we returned from an inspiring time at the 2019 European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology congress. This year’s congress was held in beautiful Turin, Italy at the Lingotto...

Welcoming 2019 summer interns

Welcome, 2019 Summer Interns! As an intern here at the institute, they are given research opportunities with faculty mentors across a range of basic and applied research areas. Occupational Health...

New Be Super toolkit user guide

Construction workers in the United States are 3 to 5 times more likely to be injured or killed on the job compared to workers in other industries. The Be Super toolkit is an evidence-based program...

Spring Symposia 2019: Workplace Aggression

Workplace aggression symposia

Thank you to all who attended our Spring symposia on workplace aggression. We had a sold-out crowd of 170 people, as well as attendees that joined via-webinar. Our five speakers discussed best...

Parental leave podcast episode

Have you ever had to take time off as a new parent? Does your workplace have a family or medical leave policy that allows you to take time off to care for a child or family member? Did you use all...

YourWorkpath Program

The Oregon Healthy Workforce Center is looking for businesses in the Pacific Northwest to participate in the YourWorkpath Program. Gain access to evidence-based workplace safety, health...

Training and education grants keep on giving

One of the intentions of many grants, is that the money will repay itself, sometimes many times over, by adoption and continued dissemination of the developed product.  Let's look at a few recent,...

Art and Science of Health Promotion

Anjali Rameshbabu, PhD and Helen Schuckers, MPH are traveling to the 29th Annual Art and Science of Health Promotion Conference in South Carolina this week to present two breakout sessions. Their...