by EFPA team
The EU-funded project H-WORK has announced the presentation of its final results at two upcoming congresses in 2023.
Also the H-WORK ‘Mental Health at Work Platform’ will be showcased at the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology (EAWOP) congress in Katowice, Poland from May 24-27, 2023, and the European Congress of Psychology (ECP) in Brighton, UK from July 3-6, 2023.
H-WORK is a 3,5 year project funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program. Its goal is to improve mental health in the workplace by developing a comprehensive, evidence-based approach to prevention, intervention, and rehabilitation. The project brings together 14 partners from eight European countries, including universities, research centers, and SME’s.
The H-WORK ‘Mental Health at Work Platform’ is an innovative online tool that provides guidance and resources for employers, employees, and occupational health professionals on how to promote and protect mental health in the workplace. The platform includes a self-assessment tool for organizations, a repository of best practices and case studies, and a directory of experts and resources.
At the EAWOP congress in Katowice, H-WORK will present the platform and its key findings on mental health at work. The congress is a major event in the field of work and organizational psychology, bringing together researchers, practitioners, and policymakers from across Europe and beyond.
At the ECP congress in Brighton, H-WORK will participate in a panel discussion with other Horizon 2020 sister projects on the topic of mental health and well-being in the workplace. The congress is the largest gathering of psychologists in Europe, covering all areas of psychology and attracting thousands of participants from around the world.
The presentation of H-WORK’s final results at these two congresses is an important milestone for the project and a demonstration to its contribution to the field of mental health at work.
By disseminating its findings and tools to a wide audience of researchers, practitioners, and policymakers, H-WORK hopes to make a lasting impact on the well-being of workers across Europe and beyond.