Stress and well-being in the workplace with Angela Clow

Stress and well-being in the workplace with Angela Clow

This interactive session will discuss sources of workplace stress, particularly in women. The pathways by which stress affects health will be explored and strategies for sustaining resilience and well-being in the workplace shared.

Date: Wednesday, 13 June 2018
Time: 12.00-1.30 (Lunch will be served from 12.00-12.30)
Venue: Room G.13, Percy Building

Angela Clow is Emeritus Professor of Psychophysiology at the Department of Psychology, University of Westminster, London. Angela is trained in neuroscience and psychology and likes to work at the interface of these disciplines.
For her PhD (Institute of Psychiatry, London) she investigated the mechanism of action of antipsychotic drugs. During her post-doctoral studies (Royal Postgraduate Medical School, London) she researched the biochemistry of addiction and stress. In 1989 she joined the University of Westminster where she became a founder member of the interdisciplinary Psychophysiology and Stress Research Group.
Currently she investigates the impact of environmental, psychosocial (especially stress) and demographic factors on the circadian pattern of cortisol secretion and consequent health outcomes. In particular she studies the cortisol awakening response and its association with cognitive function.
She has published over 150 peer-reviewed papers, 5 books, and 30 book chapters or reviews. Angela is a UK National Teaching Fellow and a frequent public speaker.