Researchers

Featured Reports and Publications

Employer Guide for Employee Engagement

Finding Fit: Implementing Wellness Programs Successfully - February 17, 2018

Research Report

Health Technologies in the Workplace - January 29, 2018

Welcome to the Interdisciplinary Center for Healthy Workplaces (ICHW), this page is designed specifically to provide a space for researchers to find resources and links that help define ICHW's mission and research functions. To the left you will find links to pages that can be beneficial for researchers' understanding and navigation of the Center. All of the descriptions of these links can be found below.

Our Mission

Re-inventing our workplaces by integrating and applying interdisciplinary sciences to achieve worker health and psychological well-being. We do this by focusing our activities around four roles: 

    Aggregator of known science and its applications, 

    Convener of experts for knowledge sharing and collaboration, 

    Researcher conducting cutting-edge multi-disciplinary studies, and 

    Advisor to organizations and the public to share the knowledge gained.

 

Become Involved

Here you can find information about different ways to get involved with the Center. In the past we've had people volunteer to assist our current projects, conduct literature reviews, write research reports and white papers, champion original research ideas, and collaborate in a sponsored research study. Go to this page to find out about these different types of opportunities. 

Our People

This page lists all of our Center Staff, Core Members, Affilaites, and Student Assistants/Voulenteers. Each member has a short biography describing their profession and relation to HealthyWorkplaces in thier profile.

Our Current Research

Here you will find all of our current research projects along with brief descriptions of each of them.

ICHW Publications

This is where our completed research publications are located. These are projects undertaken by ICHW to push the bounds of conventional knowledge in workplace health.