Occupational Medicine Course on WORK, STRESS and ACTIVITY

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Develop a critical approach on research and worksite policies about stress.

Learning Objectives:
Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:
  • Understand how work plays a role in mental health,
  • Describe the key concepts in work psychology such as stress, burnout, psychosocial risks
  • Critically review the literature on psychosocial risks at the workplace, and properly design studies on psychosocial risks at their own workplaces,
  • Critically appraise interventions conducted for preventing psychosocial risks at the workplace, identify pitfalls, and be able to propose alternate plans when involved in wellbeing committees in their workplaces.

This online program begins on Monday, November 7, 2022, and runs for six, 2-hour sessions (4:00 - 6:00 pm MT).

Class size is limited to allow for interactivity.


Refund Policy

Full refunds, cancellations, and transfers will be accepted until 1 week prior to the course start date, after that time, we will only be able to issue a partial 50% refund.

A minimum of 4 registrations are required in order to run the course. 

By purchasing this product, you understand the terms and conditions, along with the refund policy. 

Please contact our office at lll@ualberta.ca if you have questions or concerns.