Research Resources

This section of the website is for the use of individuals interested in conducting OHP related research.

Discussion Lists

Members of various discussion lists will receive e-mails from other subscribers who wish to pose questions, announcements or conversation topics to the group. The following discussion lists may be useful for OHP professionals.

  • OHP Discussion List

    This is an unmoderated listserv that is open to anyone who is interested in discussing occupational health psychology issues. Job postings and announcements of conferences and meetings are welcome. Hosted by the American Psychological Association.

  • Minding the Workplace Blog

    The New Workplace Institute (@ Suffolk University Law School) has started a blog containing commentary and news on work and workplaces. Dignity at work, workplace bullying, and finding meaningful work will be among the ongoing themes. Initial posts include: "Labors of Love: Chasing Tornadoes" "Avoiding Layoffs" "Workplace Bullies in Politics." Here's the link: Coming longer posts to cover topics such as relational psychology at work and the status of the workplace bullying movement in the U.S. Suggestions for posts welcomed, including summaries of pertinent research that can be easily boiled down and linked.

  • Unhealthy Work Blog

  • Peter Schnall at the Center for Social Epidemiology has started a blog called Unhealthy Work (at intended to serve as a place for dialog about issues of globalization, work and health. Its purpose is to present, for discussion, information related to working conditions and their impact on health . This blog will discuss globalization, its influence on the modern organization of work and it's role in the decline of health in working people internationally.

  • Good Company Blog and Podcast Series

  • The APA Center for Organizational Excellent website hosts a blog and podcast series concerned with the development of psychologically healthy workplaces, as well as abstracts of research articles on topics relevant to employee health and well-being.


Other Online Resources

The following is a list of online resources that may be helpful to OHP researchers.