Time: 11:00 – 12:00
Date: Friday 19 February 2021
The relationships between well-being and work have long been recognised, however the role of these in the fields of politics and government have not historically received the attention they deserve.
Research conducted by psychologists within the UK Parliament has been the focus of a recent report published by the British Psychological Society (BPS).
It highlighted potential sources of psychological pressure and developed recommendations to help the political workplace foster improved well-being for all its staff. Two members of the team Dr Ashley Weinberg, Chair of the BPS Political Psychology Section, and Andrew Baldwin, BPS Policy Advisor (Work), will present the report’s findings and its implications for political staff.
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