University of Nottingham Malaysia
Division of
Organisational and Applied Psychology

Healthy Work Series


Welcome to the Department of Applied Psychology's Healthy Work Series! Healthy Work was launched in November 2011 and is designed to raise awareness among UNMC students and staff on important issues in Applied Psychology in accordance with the organisational values and culture of the department.

Given that our research is applied, we have access to a wealth of information on the utility of psychology in the real-world that you may find useful.

We hope this ongoing Series complements your own efforts to foster a healthy lifestyle, career and work life.

Getting Involved

To take part in the Healthy Work Series, stay tuned to this page to:

  • learn about our annual Health InSight awareness seminars and career development talks.
  • discover current research findings and useful information in applied psychology through tips, articles and special features.
  • find opportunities to meet, volunteer and intern with organisations.
  • get inspired. Here you will find good ideas and interesting research topics for your coursework assessments, projects and dissertations.

Healthy Work


So, whether you are still studying or already employed, keep the Applied Psychology Healthy Work Series in view. Also visit our Facebook Page on UNMC Applied Psychology for more frequent updates and features. 

Follow the links below to see what we've been looking into so far:

  • The Most Dangerous Jobs - See what previous government reports in the United States say about the most hazardous careers and industries.
  • Research Pulse - Keep up with research highlights from Applied Psychology staff at  the UK and Malaysia campuses. Check in regularly to learn more about the empirical work we do to raise awareness on the health and wellbeing of workers around the world.

Still on a high from the London 2012 Olympic Games?

Why not join us as we take a deeper look at the psyche of athletes who suffer injury while performing on the world stage. How do they cope? Click here to learn more.









Department of Applied Psychology

University of Nottingham Malaysia
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