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Research

 

Understanding the complex causes of work related il-health and applying research to occupational health and safety intervention programmes is one way to tackle new challenges among increasingly diverse workforces. Health research is essential for future development (NIHR).

 

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FUTURE POLICY DIRECTION

Understand the future policy direction of work and health and where opportunities and challenges are likely to come from.

Academia has a key role to play in supporting businesses of all sizes with work and health.

However, a lack of specialists that span work and health, limited research with SMEs, and a lack of global insight have created gaps in evidence.

This means academic establishments maybe missing out on funding opportunities and maybe unaware of what the future priorities will be.

Working across Government, business and academia, Jane Abraham is uniquely positioned to create and deliver strategic policy on work, health and inclusive employment.

Jane is Policy Fellow advising on the evidence base for policy decisions for the UK Government, academic lead for workplace health at the University of Exeter Business School and research fellow with the University of Exeter Medical School.

She has experience on the ground with SMEs and business agencies in devising and delivering programmes.

Jane supports academic establishments by:

• Identifying future opportunities for funding streams.

• Identify the future challenges for working age people and the gaps in evidence that need to be filled.

• Providing lectures on work, health and inclusive employment with, amongst others, University of West of England, LSE, University of Exeter, University of Plymouth.

• Advises on future policy direction.

• Developing research proposals or play a key role in research projects.

• Writing and publishing articles.

• Undertaking literature reviews.

Academia has a key role to play in supporting businesses of all sizes with work and health.

However, a lack of specialists that span work and health, limited research with SMEs, and a lack of global insight have created gaps in evidence.

This means academic establishments maybe missing out on funding opportunities and maybe unaware of what the future priorities will be.

Working across Government, business and academia, Jane Abraham is uniquely positioned to create and deliver strategic policy on work, health and inclusive employment.

Jane is Policy Fellow advising on the evidence base for policy decisions for the UK Government, academic lead for workplace health at the University of Exeter Business School and research fellow with the University of Exeter Medical School.

She has experience on the ground with SMEs and business agencies in devising and delivering programmes.

Jane supports academic establishments by:

• Identifying future opportunities for funding streams.

• Identify the future challenges for working age people and the gaps in evidence that need to be filled.

• Providing lectures on work, health and inclusive employment with, amongst others, University of West of England, LSE, University of Exeter, University of Plymouth.

• Advises on future policy direction.

• Developing research proposals or play a key role in research projects.

• Writing and publishing articles.

• Undertaking literature reviews.

What Happens Next?

Contact Jane Abraham on +44 (0)7966 240076 or email jane@flourishworkplace.co.uk to arrange a meeting to discuss opportunities and the process for achieving success.

FAQs:

How can we ensure we are moving in the right direction on work and health?

Jane has an in-depth knowledge across a wide range of sectors, which ensures she is aware of changes and opportunities.

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