Civility and etiquette during our commute

I engaged in a tortoise and hare-like race with a Tri-Met bus this morning, climbing and then coasting Burlingame's Terwilliger stretch. We parted ways as I carefully moved through the green light on...

Here’s to Total Worker Health and research dissemination!

Wow! What a successful Occupational Health Psychology Summer Institute we just completed! Big thanks to all the impactful presenters and motivated participants! Stay tuned for a more detailed blog...

Welcome 2018 Summer Research Interns!

We welcome our 2018 Institute interns: Claire Boenisch, Oregon State University, Ryan Olson Lab Lev El-Askari, Willamette University, Leslie Hammer Lab Adeline Fecker, University of...

A farewell to my Institute family

“All good things must come to an end”. These words, attributed to Chaucer in 1374, certainly hold true as I contemplate my “semi-retirement”, beginning after next week. Yes, I’m leaving...

Professionals not engineers and other news from Safety 2018

I know that I join many others who are pleased with the rebranding of ASSE to ASSP: professionals not engineers. I imagine there are still job descriptions out there defining some of us as "safety...

Join us this Summer!

Have you ever wondered: How can researchers best share their evidence-based tools with the community? How can practitioners effectively implement these tools within their organization? What are...

Understand pain: question beliefs, think differently

What a day we had yesterday, learning new ways to think about pain and sharing strategies for individuals and workplaces. Handouts and recordings will be posted mid-June. We thank our presenters,...

It’s why we do it

Driving through Oregon's remarkable Columbia River Gorge, including areas slowly recovering from last summer's fire, I felt deep gratitude. I was returning home from the Blue Mountain Occupational...