Project: coping in the classroom –an occupational health risk for teachers

Published

This project was submitted on 22/01/2014, published on 10/05/2012

In this document, you’ll find a summary of the study we carried out with the educational community, ‘Coping in the classroom – an occupational health risk for teachers’. The report focuses on the issues and support requirements of educational staff working with students who have health, behavioural, emotional or transient needs. It is part of a suite of activities centred on improving workplace health.

www.iosh.co.uk/coping
Training and education
Education

Organisation: Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH)

Institution
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Highfield Drive,
Wigston,
Leicester,
LE18 1NN,
UK
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0116 257 3100

Principal Investigator: Jill Joyce BA Hons, MSc, DMS, AFBPsS, CMIOSH

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