Work, Health & Wellbeing Network

The Work, Health and Wellbeing Network is a collective of early, mid and established career academics who share a common interest in how experiences of our workplaces and jobs are connected with health and social wellbeing.

Through effective collaboration we aim to:


1

Engage with industry, government and the broader community to build leadership, capabilities and momentum for changes to jobs and work environments that promote employee health and wellbeing.


2

Build capacity and promote research excellence through the provision of specialist PhD training and mentoring for early career researchers.


3

Partner with stakeholders and academics in affiliated research groups on funding applications, contract research and consultancy services.


4

Translate research into practice via curriculum development in tertiary and professional education.



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Workplaces urged to get healthy, mentally


An integrated approach to workplace mental health: Nine priorities for implementation in Australia (PDF 1.2MB)

Suggest citation: University of Tasmania Work, Health & Wellbeing Network (2017). An integrated approach to workplace mental health: Nine priorities for implementation in Australia

Work Health & Wellbeing Network: An Introduction

Dr Rob Macklin interviews Network Co-Founders Associate Professors Angela Martin and Kristy Sanderson.

Dr Rob Macklin, MBA Director, Tasmanian School of Business & Economics.

Assoc. Prof. Angela Martin, Management Discipline, Tasmanian School of Business & Economics.

Assoc. Prof. Kristy Sanderson, Psychiatric Epidemiology & Public Health Group, Menzies Research Institute Tasmania.