12-14 June 2013, Balingsholm, Huddinge (Stockholm area), Sweden / Course leader Dr. Sofia Wikman, Stockholm University /300 eur
Researching Violence at Work – Trends, Attention and Responses
How can organizations identify, prevent and manage the potential for trickle down workplace violence by building in ethical management practices, policies and procedures and how can trends in exposure to violence at work be understood and what are the measures to combat the problem? The aim of the course is to summarize current scientific knowledge and thinking with respect to an improved understanding of the emergence of work-related violence as a social problem. During the course, what is meant – and what is to be covered – by the term ‘workplace violence' is discussed, and the question of why workplace violence occurs is taken up.
Keynote speakers: Vaughan Bowie, Adjunct Fellow University of Western Sydney Australia and Adjunct Senior Instructor in Psychiatry University of Rochester Medical School NY USA Lecturers (more detailed information on the web pages):
Sofia Wikman, PhD, Department of Criminology, Stockholm University, Sweden
Vaughan Bowie, Adjunct Fellow University of Western Sydney Australia, Adjunct Senior Instructor in Psychiatry University of Rochester Medical School NY USA
Christian Borg Lauritzen, MSc, The National Research Centre for the Working Environment (NRCWE), Copenhagen, Denmark
Kristina Jerre, Department of Criminology, Stockholm University, Sweden
Johanna Skinnari, Swedish National Council for Crime Prevention, Stockholm, Sweden
Jonas Lundberg, PhD, Department of Science and Technology, Linköping University, Sweden
The course is organised in the picturesque Balingsholm conference centre just outside of Stockholm, Sweden.
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