The Next Generation of Better Health
In July 2019 Back2Work, powered by The Better Health Generation, launched our PhD program – The Next Generation – a collaborative, international partnership between The Better Health Generation (TBHG), The University of Southern Queensland (USQ) and the Université du Québec à Montréal in Canada (UQAM).
We currently have six research projects that will address barriers and constraints in transitioning from unemployment to employment, enhancing job seekers employability and how community-based employment services can enhance their specialised expertise into innovative strategies.
Our research team and their projects include:
Psychologist & Back2Work Regional Manager
Development of a work-focused ACT intervention (wACT) and effect on RTW outcomes.
Psychologist & Back2Work State Manager
Effect of unemployment stigma on job search behaviours.
Psychologist & TBHG Group CEO
Examining Work-focused CBT and the additive effect of a vocational intervention that replicates the first day of work.
Occupational Therapist & Care Squared National Manager for Medical & Physical Services
Physical job simulation in conjunction with Occupational Therapy clinical intervention: Does it improve re-employment outcomes for unemployed Australians.
Psychologist & Assessment Squared General Manager
The Effect of Working Alliance on Employment Outcomes for Work Focused Cognitive Behavioural Interventions.
Psychologist & Care Squared State Manager
The effect of a group work focussed Cognitive Behaviour Therapy on work self-efficacy and employment outcomes.