Institute of Work, Health & Organisations (University of Nottingham)
The Institute is a postgraduate research school in applied psychology in the Faculty of Law & Social Sciences. It is concerned with the contribution of applied psychology to occupational and public health and safety and to the provision of related health services. This concern focuses, in part, on the development of healthy behaviours, healthy communities and healthy work organisations. Occupational psychology, occupational health psychology, and health and clinical psychology are among its defining interests.

The Institute's aims are fourfold: To be

- A world-class centre of excellence in research in applied psychology.

- A quality provider of postgraduate education in professional areas of applied psychology and closely related subjects.

- Active and influential in policy and related legal research and in policy development.

- A centre for the collection, evaluation and dissemination of information on research, education, practice and policy in its core areas.

The Institute is proudly international in outlook. It has a department in the University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus and a strong programme of international collaborations. It is a designated Collaborating Centre in Occupational Health of the World Health Organisation (one of just four in the UK and the only one in the East Midlands), and a member of the Topic Centre programme of the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work.


University of Nottingham
Institute of Work, Health & Organisations
8 William Lee Buildings
Nottingham Science & Technology Park, University Boulevard
Nottingham NG7 2RQ
United Kingdom

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