Siw Tone Innstrand
Background and activities
I am professor in Occupational health psychology at the Department of Psychology and Director of Center for Health Promotion Research. I have a PhD from NTNU on the interaction between work and family.
I give lectures and teach in various fields such as occupational health, work environment, health promotion, intervention research and quantitative method.
I have initiated and developed, ARK, which is a comprehensive implementation program to promote psychosocial work environment in academia. Currently over 19 universities and university colleges in Norway (N>30.000), and two in Sweden, is using ARK regularly in their systematic health, work and safety effort.
In 2016/2017 I was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to work one year at Interdisciplinary Center for Healthy Workplaces, UC Berkeley. This resulted in the project "Healthy workplaces", a collaboration project between NTNU, UC Berkeley and BI Campus Stavanger. I was the principal investigator (PI) for Norway, financed by Peder Sæther grant.
Currently I am the WP leader in the EU project "H-work - Multilevel Interventions to Promote Mental Health in SMEs and Public Workplaces". Together with 14 partners from nine different countries, we will develop and test interventions, measuring instruments, tools and models to promote mental health in Europe. See "Research on mental health promotion receives funding"
Scientific, academic and artistic work
A selection of recent journal publications, artistic productions, books, including book and report excerpts. See all publications in the database
- (2021) “We All Held Our Own”: Job Demands and Resources at Individual, Leader, Group, and Organizational Levels During COVID-19 Outbreak in Health Care. A Multi-Source Qualitative Study. Workplace Health & Safety: Promoting Environments Conducive to Well-Being and Productivity.
- (2021) Safety Representatives’ Job Crafting in Organizational Interventions: Driver, Counselor, Watchdog, or Abstainer. Scandinavian Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology. vol. 6 (1).
- (2021) Line managers' middle-levelness and driving proactive behaviors in organizational interventions. International Journal of Workplace Health Management.
- (2021) A Six-Year Effect Evaluation of an Occupational Health Intervention – Considering Contextual Challenges. American Journal of Applied Psychology. vol. 10 (3).
- (2020) H-WORK Project: Multilevel Interventions to Promote Mental Health in SMEs and Public Workplaces. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (IJERPH). vol. 17 (21).
- (2020) Participation in employment and day care for adults with intellectual disabilities: Equal access for all?. JARID: Journal of applied research in intellectual disabilities. vol. 34 (4).
- (2020) The Relationship between Empowering Leadership, Work Characteristics, and Work Engagement among Academics: A Sem Mediation Analysis. Scandinavian Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology. vol. 5 (1).
- (2020) Change and stability: Within-person life satisfaction over a 20-year period using data from the HUNT survey. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health.
- (2019) The line manager’s role in implementing successful organizational interventions. The Spanish Journal of Psychology. vol. 22.
- (2019) Employment and attendance in day care centres for people with mild intellectual disabilities – do age, gender, functional level or hospital admissions matter?. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research.
- (2019) Affective organizational commitment among nursing home employees: A longitudinal study on the influence of a health‐promoting work environment. Nursing Open. vol. 6 (4).
- (2019) Work-Related Sense of Coherence and Longitudinal Relationships with Work Engagement and Job Satisfaction. Scandinavian Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology. vol. 4 (1).
- (2019) Age groups changes in self-rated health: A prospective longitudinal study over a 20-year period using Health Survey of North Trøndelag data. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health.
- (2018) Academic work engagement, resources and productivity: empirical evidence with policy implications. Studies in Higher Education.
- (2018) Healthy universities. The development and implementation of a holistic health promotion intervention program especially adopted for the educational sector. The ARK study. Global Health Promotion. vol. 27 (1).
- (2017) Validation of the Norwegian version of the work-related sense of coherence scale. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health. vol. 46 (7).
- (2017) Work engagement - A double edged Sword: A Study of the Relationship between Work Engagement and the Work-Home Interaction Using the ARK Research Platform. Scandinavian Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology.
- (2017) Has life satisfaction in Norway increased over a 20-year period? Exploring age and gender differences in a prospective longitudinal study, HUNT. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health. vol. 46 (1).
- (2016) Academic Work Engagement, Resources and Productivity: Implications for Intervention Policies. Webside: http://www.srhe.ac.uk/conference2016/abstracts.
- (2016) Job autonomy in higher education, a mediator between empowering leadership and engagement. Webside: http://www.srhe.ac.uk/conference2016/abstracts.