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:
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.
Build capacity and promote research excellence through the provision of specialist PhD training and mentoring for early career researchers.
Partner with stakeholders and academics in affiliated research groups on funding applications, contract research and consultancy services.
Translate research into practice via curriculum development in tertiary and professional education.
Events & News
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.