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IOSH recognises excellence in student research projects


We are pleased to announce that two students from the University of Nottingham’s MSc in Workplace Health and Wellbeing had made the finals of the Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) 2014 Health and Safety Student Research Competition and received their awards at the IOSH Conference and Safety and Health Expo at London’s Exel Centre on 16-17 June 2015.

This year both students from the MSc in Workplace Health and Wellbeing have reached the final six entrants. Jane Beale’s study examined weight and activity levels among whole time and retained firefighters, while Mel Whitmore looked at relations between psychosocial working conditions and health in UK manufacturing.

Jane was also announced as the delegates' choice winner of the Student Poster competition. 

Congratulations to both!

 Jane Beale stands next to her research poster examining weight and activity levels among firefighters


Posted on Tuesday 16th June 2015

Work Psychology

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School of Medicine, University of Nottingham
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