Work, Stress & Health Conference Awards
Early Career Achievement Award
This award honors young researchers and practitioners from around the world who have made exceptional early career contributions to the science and/or practice of occupational health psychology. Individuals from around the world who received doctoral degrees during and since 2005 are eligible for this award.
Lifetime Career Achievement Award
This award honors researchers and practitioners whose careers are characterized by a series of distinguished contributions that have significantly advanced the field of occupational health psychology.
Best Journal of Occupational Health Psychology (JOHP) Article Award
This award recognizes the best article published in the Journal of Occupational Health Psychology. Articles published in 2011 and 2012 will be considered for the 2013 Conference award.
Best Intervention Competition
This competition recognizes outstanding evaluations of "best interventions" that partner researchers with industry and/or labor to prevent occupational injuries and illnesses and to promote safety and health at work.
Best Student Research Competition
This competition highlights outstanding contributions made by graduate students to the growing field of Occupational Health Psychology.
Distinguished Contribution to Occupational Health Psychology (OHP) Award
This award honors individuals who have been critical to the inception of the field of occupational health psychology. Without their efforts, the field would not be where it is today.
Nature of the Awards
Members of the Awards Committee
Vicki J. Magley, PhD, co-chair
University of Connecticut
Naomi Swanson, PhD, co-chair
Ted Scharf, PhD
Joseph Hurrell, PhD, editor
Journal of Occupational Health Psychology
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Past award recipients
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