Professor Stavroula Leka (University of Nottingham Professor of Work, Health and Policy Director, Centre for Organisational Health and Development) has been elected onto the Board of the International Commission on Occupational Health (ICOH). ICOH was founded in 1906 and represents more than 2000 members in 93 countries.

 

ICOH is an NGO recognised by the United Nations and has a close working relationship with the International Labour Organization and World Health Organization.

At a ceremony at the Royal College of Physicians in Dublin, the Faculty of Occupational Medicine and ICOH recognised Professor Leka’s contribution in occupational health with an ICOH service award for her six year term as Chair of its scientific committee on Work Organisation and Psychosocial Factors.

Professor Leka leads several Institute of Mental Health supported studies exploring occupational health and wellbeing.  

To find out more about the ICOH's work, please visit: www.icohweb.org/site/homepage.asp