The conference will feature interactive poster presentations, papers, symposia and workshops on new research findings, policy and prevention/intervention programs that address 16 themes: new work contracts; organizational policies and work redesign; hours of work; psychosocial factors and health; work, family and community; physical safety at work; flexible work processes; advances in research methodologies; bridging research and practice; best practices; special populations in the work force; prevention and intervention; disability and disability management; mass disaster and terrorism; legal issues; and training in occupational health psychology.
Send requests for registration information to Wesley B. Baker, conference coordinator, at the APA address; (202) 336-6033; fax: (202) 336-6117; e-mail; Registration before Jan. 15 costs $285 for attendees and presenters and $165 for students; late or onsite registration costs $335 for attendees and presenters and $200 for students. To register online, visit APA's Web site.
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