Teaching resources

Teaching Resources for Occupational Health Psychology

Are you developing a new course in occupational health psychology, or planning to rejuvenate an existing course? Look here for course syllabi and other teaching aids for curricula in occupational health psychology.

Occupational Safety & Health Training Resources

The Education and Training committee of SOHP participated in the “Incorporating I-O into Intro Psych Texts” initiative led by the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology in 2017. Click here to view a PDF summary of the up-to-date Occupational Health & Safety competencies.

Resources for Educators

The Education and Training Committee has created a forum for educators to share questions, concerns and resources. Please access the OHP Educator’s Blog here.

There are also good teaching resources on topics related to OHP on the following teaching resource sites:

Contributed Syllabi

Careers – Tammy Allen, University of South Florida

Exposures – Nick Warren, University of Connecticut

Occupational Health Psychology – Larissa Barber, Northern Illinois University

Occupational Health Psychology – Peter Chen, Colorado State University

Occupational Health Psychology – Gwen Fisher, Colorado State University

Occupational Health Psychology – James McCubbin, Tulane University

Occupational Health Psychology – Paul Spector, University of South Florida

Occupational Health Psychology – Lois Tetrick, George Mason University

Occupational and Organizational Health – Chris Cunningham, Univ. of Tennessee, Chattanooga

Risk Assessment – Nick Warren, University of Connecticut

Work and Well Being – Robert Sinclair, Portland State University

Work Organization and Health Psychology – Robert Henning, University of Connecticut