16th Conference of the European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology, Granada – June 2024

Seven students of the WOP-P Master from the four universities of the consortium participated  as granted students of the master in the  16th Conference of the European Association of Occupational Health Psychology that took place in Granada on 5,6 and 7 June:

  • Claudia Pergola,   IDOCAL – University of Valencia, Spain.
  • Heitor Silva – University of Coimbra, Portugal.
  • Milena da Silva Guimarães – University of Coimbra, Portugal, and University of  Valencia, Spain.
  • Monique Delfim Andrade – University of Coimbra, Portugal.
  • Olga Kokolaki, Department of Psychology – University of Bologna, Italy.
  • Paola Escolar Gutiérrez – Univeristy of Barcelona, Spain.
  • Sonia Climent-Galarza IDOCAL – University of Valencia, Spain.

The students presented their Master thesis during the conference and had the opportunity to attend different symposiums and presentations of well-known academics and researchers in the discipline. Thanks for your participation and your effort.

The following works were presented:

“Telework, Social Isolation, and Job Satisfaction. The Moderating Role of Gender”. Sonia Climent-Galarza (IDOCAL, University of Valencia, Spain). Nuria Tordera, (IDOCAL,University of Valencia, Spain). Isabel Rodríguez (IDOCAL, University of Valencia, Spain).


“Navigating Career Insecurity: The Significance of Personal and Contextual Resources and the Key Role of Perceived Employability”. Olga Kokolaki ( Department of Psychology, University of Bologna, Italy). Rita Chiesa (Department of Psychology, University of Bologna, Italy). Laura Lorente, PhD (IDOCAL, University of Valencia, Spain).


“Managing The New Remote Workforce: The Impact of Monitoring Practices on the Psychological Safety of Employees”. Monique Delfim Andrade (University of Coimbra, Portugal). Pedro Fialho (University of Coimbra, Portugal). Mario Martínez-Corcoles (University of Valencia, Spain). Milena Guimarães (University of Coimbra, Portugal).


“The relationship between positive affect, negative affect, and creative performance: the moderating role of perceived ethical leadership”. Claudia Pergola (IDOCAL, University of Valencia, Spain). Aida Soriano (IDOCAL, University of Valencia, Spain). Esther Villajos (IDOCAL, University of Valencia, Spain).


“Decent Work, Life Satisfaction, and Knowledge Sharing in Portuguese Social Economy Organizations”. Heitor Silva (University of Coimbra, Portugal). Tânia Ferraro (Portucalence University, Portugal). Leonor Pais (University of Coimbra, Portugal).


“How do Leadership Styles Influence Employees’ Negative Work-Home Interaction and Recovery? The Role of ICT Demands and JOB Resources”. Paola Escolar Gutiérrez (Univeristy of Barcelona, Spain). Rita Berger (University of Barcelona, Spain).


“How psychological safety in telework can be a key element for sustainability?”. Milena da Silva Guimarães (University of Coimbra, Portugal and University of Valencia, Spain). Pedro Fialho (University of Coimbra, Portugal). Carolina Moliner (University of Valencia, Spain). Núria Tordera (University of Valencia, Spain). Monique Delfim Andrade (University of Coimbra, Portugal).