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OP Matters No 31 September 2016

OP Matters No 31 September 2016

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A Division of Occupational Psychology publication examining issues in the occupational psychology community.

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Contents

Editorial
Robert Goate

Letter from the Chair
Roxane L. Gervais

OP Matters: Conference Review
A transdisciplinary approach to building e-resilience: Managing technology

Christine Grant, Gail Kinman, Almuth McDowall, Cristina Quinones & Svenja Schlachter (members of the Switched on Culture Research Group)

Current Issues: Psychology of Health and Wellbeing Working Group
Thoughts from the coalface on Brexit and occupational psychology

Carole Watling

What does Brexit mean for occupational psychologists?
Helen Baron

Learning and Development: Helping the 50+ job seeker
Denise Taylor

Research: How do senior executives think during a crisis? A pilot study with suggestions for future research
Chris Ridgeway

OP in the Media: OFCOM report: BBC Breakfast News - 4 August 2016
Christine Grant

Working Group updates: Qualification in Occupational Psychology (QOP) Board
Angie Ingman

Interview with Karen Moore, Chief Supervisor/Registrar

New Voices - We'd love to hear from you!
Carly Telford

New Voices: Dyslexia, me and my MSc
Emma Fairclough

Review of this year's Postgraduate Affairs Group conference
Alanna Harrington

Going Green Working Group: Behaviour change in action
Dr Jan Maskell

So what have occupational psychologists ever done for us? Going Green Working Group
Dr Jan Maskell

 

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