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Psychology of health at work: the call for entries for the Eusebio-Rial-González prize is open

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EU-OSHA and the European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology (EAOHP) have launched the call for applications for the 2024 “Eusebio Rial-González Innovation & Practice Award in OHP”. The award recognises any researcher or practitioner whose work has made a significant and innovative contribution to Occupational Health Psychology.

Candidates may nominate themselves or be nominated by a third party. Their research must have contributed to “the development of innovative guidelines or the implementation of international, national or organisational occupational health programmes which, through their impact, have made a difference in the field or have played a key role in the implementation of such programmes”. The deadline for submissions is 7 April 2024.

Dr Eusebio Rial-González was a founding member of EAOHP. He then joined EU-OSHA as Head of the Prevention and Research Unit. He was the architect of the 2002 Healthy Workplaces campaign on work-related stress and psychosocial risks. He also launched ESENER, the European Enterprise Survey on New and Emerging Risks, the online interactive risk assessment project OiRA, and OSHwiki.

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