#60;b#62;Stavroula Leka#60;/b#62; is Associate Professor in Occupational Health Psychology in the Institute of Work, Health & Organisations where she is Course Director for the MSc in Occupational Health Psychology and Head of the Institute's e-learning team. She is a chartered psychologist, a Fellow of the Royal Society for the Promotion of Health and a member of the British Psychological Society, the International Commission on Occupational Health and the European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology. Her research is focussed on the translation of occupational health and safety knowledge and policy into practice. Currently this research is expressed through studies on psychosocial risk management, occupational health and safety education and training, corporate social responsibility and occupational health and safety, and the management of chronic illness at the workplace. Her research is well published and she has been an invited speaker at a number of international conferences. Stavroula is member of the University's PGCHE (Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education) team and represents the Faculty of Law & Social Sciences at the University's E-learning/E-knowledge Committee. #60;br#62;#60;p#62;Stavroula is also the Director of the Institute's World Health Organization (WHO) Programme and is Chair of the WHO Network of Collaborating Centres in Occupational Health programme of work on Psychosocial Factors at Work and a member of the Network's Planning Committee. She has recently been appointed manager of the new WHO programme of work on Practical Approaches to Identify and Reduce Occupational Risks. #60;br#62;#60;p#62;#60;b#62;Jonathan Houdmont#60;/b#62; is a Lecturer in Workplace Health at the Institute of Work, Health & Organisations (IWHO), University of Nottingham, UK. Jonathan is a member of the Institute's Occupational Health Psychology (OHP) Research Group. The OHP group is concerned with psychological, social, and organisational issues in occupational health and safety and in the provision of related health services. Within this research group Jonathan has managed a number of funded projects. His research interests focus on i) legal and policy issues in organisational health and safety and specifically in relation to work-related stress and ii) the discipline of occupational health psychology with particular emphasis on education and training.#60;br#62;#60;p#62;Since election in 2003, Jonathan has maintained the office of Executive Officer of the European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology. The position involves responsibility for management and administration of the Academy's continued development as the sole European representative body for the discipline. He has been the Academy's Conference Coordinator, organising full international conferences in 2003 (Berlin), 2004 (Oporto) and 2006 (Dublin). He also sits on the Academy committee charged with developing education and training throughout Europe. He co-edits the Academy's annual book series #60;i#62;Occupational Health Psychology: European Perspectives on Research, Education and Practice #60;/i#62;and the series of conference proceedings #60;i#62;Occupational Health Psychology: Key Papers of the European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology.#60;/i#62;#60;br#62;#60;p#62;In the Institute, Jonathan is Programme Manager on the MSc in Workplace Health. He convenes and contributes to several postgraduate modules (face-to-face and e-learning). He is a personal tutor and supervisor for the research project element of Master degrees. He is part of the Institute's e-learning team and has held responsibility for the development of the virtual learning environment for the MSc in occupational health psychology by e-learning. Jonathan holds responsibility within the Institute for international developments in education in occupational health psychology.