Scientific Sessions

Occupational Health Psychology & Work Environment

Occupational Health Psychology is defined as the learning of interdisciplinary education within the field of psychology regarding the mental and physical health of individuals within the Organization for their safety and also providing them with a better working environment. It refers to many topics that have been directly or indirectly involved with Occupational Psychology that leads to the impact of Occupational stressors on physical and mental health, the influence of unintentional joblessness on psychological and physical well-being, work and family stability, factory violence, and other forms of ill-treatment, accidents and safety, and interferences designed to improve/defend the health of individuals.


Sub-Tracks include:

·         Workplace Violence

·         Industrial and Organizational Psychology

·         Workplace Mistreatment

·         Mental Disorder

·         Psychological Distress