JOPED (Journal of Occupational Psychology, Employment and Disability) is a peer-reviewd DWP journal for practitioners, academics, policy makers and other professionals working in the area of health and work. It publishes articles, reviews, opinion pieces and news items from a variety of professional sources.
It provides a forum to share research and good practice in the field of employment and disability for:
- department occupational and health psychologists
- individuals and groups working in wider health, work and wellbeing, especially those who might not otherwise consider publishing their work
The articles include:
- case studies
- research projects
- examples of good practice
- psychometric test and book reviews
How to submit an article
If you would like to submit an article for inclusion in the Journal, please read our notes for contributors, or email the editorial team at email@example.com.
Journal editorial board
- James O’Malley – managing editor DWP
- David Booth – DWP
- Russell Calderwood – Jobcentre Plus
- Nicola Dodu – Independent Psychology consultant
- Bruce Rainford – Leeds Trinity University
- David Russell – Jobcentre Plus
All the journal editors are Chartered Occupational Psychologists.
Visit the archive for articles from older issues of JOPED.
The journal was first published as the Journal for the Application of Occupational Psychology to Employment and Disability in October 1998 and was later re-titled the Journal of Occupational Psychology, Employment and Disability in Winter 2002.
JOPED became the new official title from January 2011, when it changed from being a twice-yearly publication to one that publishes on an article-by-article basis.