The Institute for Work & Health is looking for qualified candidates for a post-doctoral fellowship in work environments and health. The purpose of the Fellowship is to develop outstanding researchers in the area of work and health, congruent with the mission of the Institute. It aims specifically to build capacity for innovative multidisciplinary research concerning the relationships between work environments and employee health. As such the Fellowship is open to a broad range of individuals with diverse academic backgrounds including social, behavioral, organizational, and health sciences.
The Fellowship is open to a broad range of individuals with diverse academic backgrounds including social, behavioral, organizational, and health sciences.
In this current Fellowship competition, areas of particular interest include the organization of work and organizational/managerial processes in relation to physical and mental health, designing and evaluating workplace health interventions, and measuring the economic impact of regulatory and legislative health and safety initiatives and their consequences for labour force productivity. However, candidates with interests relevant to other elements of the Institute's mission are also encouraged to apply.
The deadline for applications is Friday, January 7, 2005.
More details are available at http://www.iwh.on.ca/about/mustard_application.php.