Turku Centre for Occupational Health
Turku Centre for Occupational Health provides services that promote occupational health, well-being and safety in the city of Turku as well as in the businesses and public bodies operating in the Turku region. The services are designed and implemented together with the workplaces.
Statutory services offered to businesses and associations include preventive occupational health care, and strong ethics and good occupational health care practices guide all of our operations. Turku Centre for Occupational Health is a domestic actor with a clear objective of maintaining and promoting well-being at work.
Research at the Turku Centre for Occupational Health focuses on high-quality research in the field of Public and Occupational Health, together with national and also international networks.
Expertise relevant to Empower: Occupational Health, Organization and Strategy, Mental Disorders, Depression, Anxiety, Sleep Problems, Social Support, Team Climate, Disability Pensions, Well-being at Work etc.
Marjo Sinokki is PhD, MD and eMBA and she has specialized in occupational health research and managed occupational health for ten years. She has specialized as a doctor both in occupational health and public health. Her different research fields include team climate, social support, motivation and well-being at work. She has also written books about motivation at work and well-being at work. She is a member in several national Occupational health groups.
Turku Centre for Occupational Health Hämeenkatu 10, FI-20500 Turku, Finland
Päivi Naumanen is a sociologist with a PhD degree in sociology of education from the University of Turku. She has comprehensive experience in social welfare research and working life research. Currently she is researching the changes in the Finnish public sector service work. She is an expert in both qualitative and quantitative analysis, and has been teaching sociology and research methods for many years. She has also been involved in several cross-national research projects (including EU-funded projects PROFIT, OSIS and DEMHOW).