www.mindhacks.com has won the British Psychological Society’s Public Engagement and Media Award. Whilst this site aims to increase engagement with academic research by ordinary members of the public, it is also a useful and interesting resource for psychologists in training too.
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5th ASPiH National Conference: Changing Behaviours Improving how Humans and Systems work together in Healthcare
I was fortunate to be asked to chair some of the sessions at the 5th ASPiH (Association for Simulated Practice in Healthcare) National Conference Changing Behaviours Improving how Humans and Systems work together in Healthcare this week. My first thoughts were that’s great but I’m an Occupational Psychologist and not directly involved in simulation. The […]
The field of Occupational Psychology brings benefits to both organisations and the people who work in them. Occupational Psychology is discipline of Psychology and uses psychological knowledge, research and theories to address a wide range of organisational and employee issues such as; personnel selection, wellbeing, leadership, team performance, human factors and organisational culture but to […]
When people are not confusing occupational psychology with occupational therapy they are often associating it with the world of big business: suits, large scale change management programmes and assessment centres. Whilst it true many graduates will go into areas such as selection and assessment and some work does involve looking at efficiencies most occupational […]
There are number of different fields of Psychology. One of these is Occupational Psychology. Occupational Psychologists apply psychological knowledge, theory and practice to the world of work. They aim to help an organisation get the best performance from their employees and also to improve employees’ job satisfaction. There are several areas of occupational psychology, including […]