Call for Abstracts
The online conference is in line with the previous Wellbeing at Work Conferences held in Paris (2019), Amsterdam (2016), Copenhagen (2014), Manchester (2012) and Helsinki (2010). The aim is to share current knowledge, best practices and innovations, relating to wellbeing at work, in order to provide a coherent research agenda capturing challenges and changes in the world of work. The inclusion of a broad range of disciplines – psychology, physiology, epidemiology, occupational medicine and more - approaches to wellbeing at work, methods and cultural contexts should provide an engaging programme. We believe that the online format will allow us to offer more diverse content and facilitate the inclusion of a wider audience. The conference research topics are general and well-grounded in the wellbeing at work research tradition. They may, however, reflect current developments and incorporate various aspects of the new and future ways of working.
• Impact of working conditions on wellbeing, including:
- Psychosocial working conditions
- Physical working conditions
- Job insecurity
- Workplace innovation
- Leadership, including leading remote teams
- Individual resources, including resilience
- Mental health
- Physical health
- Behavioural changes
- Work-life balance, work-life fit
- Return to work, integrating workers with long COVID
- Starting a new job
• New world of work, including:
- Digitisation (remote work, online communication, technostress)
- New forms of work
- Precarious work
- Local and global pandemic changes in work practice
• Intervention research, including online interventions
• Wellbeing in different groups of workers, including:
- Different sectors (e.g. Healthcare, Education, Horeca)
- Gender differences
- Young workers
- Ageing workers
- Workers with disabilities
- Migrant workers
• Health promotion, including:
- Person-centred health and wellbeing promotion
- Online health and wellbeing promotion
• Integrated approaches to wellbeing
• New measures of wellbeing
The Scientific Committee of Wellbeing at Work conference invites you to submit abstracts describing original and high-quality research or practices on all aspects of wellbeing at work for oral presentations or poster sessions (see below). Relevant conference topics include, but are not limited to, the areas presented in the Main Topics section.
Please follow the abstract guidelines and submit your abstract via the submission system before 31 January 2022.
Only abstracts submitted through the submission system and strictly adhering to the guidelines will be considered for review and publication in the Book of abstracts.
Methods of presentation
The preferred method of abstract presentation should be indicated by the author during the abstract submission process. The decision on qualifying the abstract for oral or poster presentation will be taken by the Scientific Committee of Wellbeing at Work Conference. The authors will be notified via email of abstract acceptance and method of presentation before: 15 March 2022.
Oral presentation of 15 minutes with PowerPoint support followed by 5 minutes for questions and discussion.
Posters will be available for viewing during the whole conference and presented at a dedicated poster session. Poster guidelines will be provided in your abstract acceptance notification (File in JPG format and dimensions 1920 x 1080 px)
Special sessions / symposia / workshops: please, contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in organising such an event during the conference.