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ICOH 2019 Tokyo

May 27-28, 2019
International Conference on Occupational Healthcare
Submissions due:
2019-04-26 00:00:00
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ICOH 2019 Vancouver

May 20-21, 2019
International Conference on Occupational Healthcare
Submissions due:
2019-04-19 00:00:00
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ICODH 2019 New York

Apr 22-23, 2019
International Conference on Occupational Diseases and Healthcare
Submissions due:
2019-03-22 00:00:00
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ICODH 2020 Zurich

Apr 20-21, 2020
International Conference on Occupational Diseases and Healthcare
Submissions due:
2019-12-06 00:00:00
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ICODH 2019 Helsinki

Jul 18-19, 2019
International Conference on Occupational Diseases and Healthcare
Submissions due:
2019-06-18 00:00:00
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ICOHH 2019 Sydney

May 16-17, 2019
International Conference on Occupational Health and Healthcare
Submissions due:
2019-04-16 00:00:00
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ICHOH 2019 Bali

Jan 14-15, 2019
International Conference on Healthcare and Occupational Health
Submissions due:
2018-12-15 00:00:00
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ICOHNH 2019 Oslo

Jun 24-25, 2019
International Conference on Occupational Health Nursing and Healthcare
Submissions due:
2019-05-24 00:00:00
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The Impact of Occupational Stress on Quality of Work Life among the Staff of e-Workspace

With the advent of new technologies, factors related to mental health in e-workspaces are taken into consideration more than ever. Studies have revealed that one of the factors affecting the productivity of employees in an organization is occupational stress. Another influential factor is quality of work life which is important in the improvement of work environment conditions and organizational efficiency. In order to uncover the quality of work life level and to investigate the impact of occupational stress on quality of work life among information technology employees in Iran, a cross-sectional study design was applied and data were gathered using a questionnaire validated by a group of experts. The results of the study showed that information technology staffs have average level of both occupational stress and quality of work life. Furthermore, it was found that occupational stress has a negative impact on quality of work life. In addition, the same results were observed for role ambiguity, role conflict, role under-load, work-pace, work repetitiveness and tension toward quality of work life. No significant relation was found between role overload and quality of work life. Finally, directions for future research are proposed and discussed.
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Transformation of the Business Model in an Occupational Health Care Company Embedded in an Emerging Personal Data Ecosystem: A Case Study in Finland

Information technology has long been used as an enabler of exchange for goods and services. Services are evolving from generic to personalized, and the reverse use of customer data has been discussed in both academia and industry for the past few years. This article presents the results of an empirical case study in the area of preventive health care services. The primary data were gathered in workshops, in which future personal data-based services were conceptualized by analyzing future scenarios from a business perspective. The aim of this study is to understand business model transformation in emerging personal data ecosystems. The work was done as a case study in the context of occupational healthcare. The results have implications to theory and practice, indicating that adopting personal data management principles requires transformation of the business model, which, if successfully managed, may provide access to more resources, potential to offer better value, and additional customer channels. These advantages correlate with the broadening of the business ecosystem. Expanding the scope of this study to include more actors would improve the validity of the research. The results draw from existing literature and are based on findings from a case study and the economic properties of the healthcare industry in Finland.

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