1. Psychology and occupational health - object, goals and theory: (trans)disciplinary framework; retrospective, prospects and forward-looking research in the theory of occupational health, stress and burnout.
2. Assessment in Occupational Health Psychology: Assessment of psychosocial requirements for action / occupation – a differential perspective; Multilevel assessment of causes and psychosocial risks in occupational health and stress (Strategies and assumptions of an evaluation, process evaluation, methods and evaluation techniques – self-referenced and objectives).
3. Intervention in Occupational Health Psychology: direct intervention/individual and indirect/environmental. Management of psychosocial risks and protective factors and coping in relation to occupational stress [methods and techniques applicable to prevention and systemic control of psychosocial risks: in different life cycle stages; in specific contexts of (des)occupation].
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