🎙️ Coming January 2024
Get ready to embark on a journey of knowledge and growth!
WORK: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment & Rehabilitation is proud to announce the upcoming launch of The WORK Podcast. As an interdisciplinary, international journal dedicated to the world of work, our mission is to bring you insightful conversations and thought-provoking discussions on topics that matter most in the realm of occupational health, prevention, assessment, and rehabilitation.
What Can You Expect From the Learn at WORK Podcast?
- Expert Interviews: Dive into conversations with industry leaders, entrepreneurs, and thought pioneers who will share their valuable experiences and expertise.
- Innovation and Trends: Stay ahead of the curve with discussions on the latest workplace trends, technology, and best practices.
Meet Your Host - Dr. Karen Jacobs, Editor-in-Chief of the WORK Journal
Dr. Karen Jacobs, a distinguished expert in the field, will be your host and guide on this enlightening journey. With her extensive knowledge and experience, she will bring you closer to the forefront of occupational health and rehabilitation.
Introducing Our First Three Guests and Episodes
We are thrilled to announce the first three esteemed guests who will be joining us on the inaugural episodes of the Learn at WORK Podcast. These prominent individuals are experts in their respective fields, and their insights are sure to enlighten and inspire our listeners. Here's who can expect to join us for the first upcoming episodes:
Episode 1: Dr. Leonard N. Matheson on his column ‘Bridging the Gap: Hospital to Workplace’ and his experience being on the editorial board
Episode 2: Dr. Lynn Shaw on her column ‘Equitable Work Transitions and Mobility’ and her experience being on the editorial board
Episode 3: Dr. Valerie Rice on her practice in the Vital Life Center, mindfulness, and her experience being on the editorial board
Why Tune In?
At WORK, we are committed to fostering a community of learning and knowledge-sharing. The WORK Podcast is an extension of this commitment, offering you a platform to stay informed, inspired, and engaged with the latest developments in the field of work, prevention, assessment, and rehabilitation.
Stay tuned for updates, as we approach the launch date in January 2024.