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Ambientes de Trabalho Saudáveis (1 º Sem 2018/2019)

Código: 02878
Acrónimo: 02878
Nível: 2º Ciclo
Estruturante: Não
Língua(s) de Ensino: Inglês, Português
Língua(s) amigável(is):
Ser English-friendly ou qualquer outra língua-friendly, significa que a UC é leccionada numa língua mas que se pode verificar qualquer uma das seguintes condições:
1. Existem materiais de apoio em língua inglesa/outra língua;
2. Existem exercícios, testes e exames em língua inglesa/outra língua;
3. Existe a possibilidade de se apresentar trabalhos escritos ou orais em língua inglesa/outra língua.
1 6.0 0.0 h/sem 30.0 h/sem 0.0 h/sem 0.0 h/sem 0.0 h/sem 0.0 h/sem 1.0 h/sem 31.0 h/sem 119.0 h/sem 0.0 h/sem 150.0 h/sem
Em vigor desde o ano letivo 2018/2019
Pré-requisitos Não aplicável.
Objectivos Esta unidade curricular visa contribuir para o desenvolvimento de conhecimentos e competências fundamentais para a identificação das características dos ambientes de trabalho saudáveis,suas causas e consequências, formas de intervenção e papel da gestão de recursos humanos.
Programa Parte 1. Criar ambientes de trabalho saudaveis
1.1 Segurança e saúde em números
1.2 Os beneficios de ter trabalhadores saudaveis
1.3 Conceitos de saude e bem estar organizacional
Parte 2. Reconhecer o trabalho não saúdavel
2.1 Riscos Psicossociais no Trabalho
2.2 Distress e burnout
2.3 Agressão no trabalho
2.4 Acidentes de trabalho
Parte 3. Desenvolver uma cultura de saúde
3.1 Cultura e Clima de saúde e segurança
3.2 Práticas de Recursos Humanos
3.3 Liderança
3.4 Capital psicológico, Job crafting e engagement do trabalhador
Parte 4. Avaliar e promover a saúde no trabalho
4.1 Introdução à Avaliação e Intervenção
4.2 Programas integrados de promoção da saúde no trabalho
4.3 Desafios associados à intervenção
Processo de avaliação Avaliação periódica inclui:
*Projeto de Grupo: 40% (inclui relatório escrito 30% e apresentação oral - 10%)
*Teste individual: 60%
É necessário uma classificação mínima de 8 valores em cada um dos elementos para fazer média, e um mínimo de 10 valores na nota final. A avaliação pressupõe a frequência das aulas. Os alunos que reprovem, ou optem por não fazer a avaliação periódica, têm um  Exame individual final (100%) no qual a aprovação requer a obtenção da classificação mínima de 10 valores.
Processo de ensino-aprendizagem Haverá sessões de exposição teórica (metodologias expositivas), sessões teórico-práticas com exercícios e discussão de casos e temas
(metodologias participativas).
Estão igualmente previstas metodologias activas com a realização de vários exercícios, estudos de caso e debates. O estudo autónomo corresponde a um total de 110 horas.
Observações
Bibliografia básica Cartwright, S. & Cooper, C.L. (2009). The Oxford Handbook of Organizational Well-being. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Clarke, S., Probst, T. M., Guldenmund, F. W., & Passmore, J. (2015). The Wiley Blackwell Handbook of the Psychology of Occupational Safety and Workplace Health. John Wiley & Sons.
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Nielsen, K., & Noblet, A. (Eds.). (2018). Organizational Interventions for Health and Well-being: A Handbook for Evidence-Based Practice. Routledge.
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Biron, C., Karanika-Murray, M., & Cooper, C. (Eds.). (2012). Improving organizational interventions for stress and well-being: Addressing process and context. Routledge.

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Caetano, A., Silva, S. & Chambel, M.J. (eds),(2011). New challenges for a healthy workplace in human services. (series: Organizational Psychology and Health Care, vol. 6, edited by, W. Schaufeli & J. M. Peiro). Munich: Rainer Hampp Verlag.

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Cortina, L.M., Magley, V.J., Williams, J.H., & Langhout, R.D. (2001). Incivility in the workplace: Incidence and impact. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 6, 64-80.

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Goh, J., Pfeffer, J., & Zenios, S. A. (2015). The relationship between workplace stressors and mortality and health costs in the United States. Management Science, 62(2), 608-628.

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Hakanen, J. J., & Bakker, A. B. (2017). Born and bred to burn out: A life-course view and reflections on job burnout. Journal of occupational health psychology, 22(3), 354-364.

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Kelloway, E. K., Nielsen, K., & Dimoff, J. K. (Eds.). (2017). Leading to Occupational Health and Safety: How Leadership Behaviours Impact Organizational Safety and Well-Being. John Wiley & Sons.

Leka, S and & Jain, A., 2010. Health Impact of Psychosocial Hazards at Work: An overview Geneva: WHO.

Luthans, F., & Youssef-Morgan, C. M. (2017). Psychological Capital: An Evidence-Based Positive Approach. Annual Review of Organizational Psychology and Organizational Behavior, 4, 339-366.

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