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Dr Victoria Hogan B.A., M.Sc., Cert. Ph.D
Victoria Hogan, B.A., MSc., CMIOSH, is a lecturer in the Discipline of Health Promotion, National University of Ireland, Galway. She completed her undergraduate degree in Psychology at NUI Galway. After which she completed the MSc. Occupational Health and Ergonomics, at NUI Galway. Prior to working at NUI Galway, she worked in industry for five years, specialising in occupational health and safety practice. Victoria is an IOSH chartered health and safety professional.
She lectures on occupational health to the BSc. Health and Safety Systems, the MSc. Occupational Health & Safety and Ergonomics and the HDip Occupational Health and Safety and Hygiene.
| Victoria completed her PhD study in 2013 entitled "An examination of working hours, work-life conflict and psychological well-being in Irish academics". Her research interests focus on occupational health psychology, in particular the interface between work and home domains, post-work recovery and workaholism.
In additional, she has conducted research with colleagues in the Health Promotion Research Centre on workplace health promotion.
She is also interested in occupational health and safety research and has worked with OHS colleagues in multidisciplinary health and safety research projects.
Project: MF07-P52 WORK LIFE BAL & EMP STRESS IN IRISH UNI ( RM7019)
Start/End Dates: 01-MAR-08 / 01-MAR-09
Peer Reviewed Journals
|Hogan,M.J., Johnston, H., Broome, B., McMoreland, C., Walsh, J., Smale, B., Duggan, J.,Andriessen, J., Leydon,K.M., Domegan,C., McHugh, P., Hogan, V., Harney,O., Groarke, J., Noone, C., Groarke, A. (2014) 'Consulting with citizens in the design of wellbeing measures and policies: Lessons from a systems science application'. Social Indicators Research, . [DOI] [Details]|
|Coggins, M., Hogan, V., Fleming, G., Tynan, T., Kelly, M., Roberts, N., Thorne, P.S. (2012) 'Workplace exposure to bioaerosols in podiatry clinics'. Annals Of Occupational Hygiene, :1-8. [DOI] [Details]|
|McDonnell, P.E., Coggins, M., Hogan, V., Fleming, G. (2008) 'Exposure Assessment of Airborne Contaminants in the Indoor Environment of Irish Swine Farms'. Annals Of Agricultural And Environmental Medicine, 15 :323-326. [Details]|
|Hodgins, M., Hogan, V. & Galvin, M. (2007) 'Reconciling work and family life - Policy and practice in Ireland'. Administration, 54 (4):56-76. [Details]|
|Hogan, M. & Hogan, V. (2007) 'Work-life integration'. Irish Journal Of Psychology, 22 (10):246-254. [Details]|
|O'Connell, T., Coggins, M., Hogan, V., Byrne, M. (2006) 'Safety evaluation of engineering controls developed for the safe removal of contaminated filter cartridges used in the chemical and pharmaceutical Industries'. Pharmaceutical Engineering, 26 :8-21. [Details]|
|Hogan, V., Cannon, R. & Nic Gabhainn, S. (2006) 'Construction apprentices' attitudes to workplace drug testing in Ireland'. Policy And Practice In Health And Safety, 4 (2):43-57. [ARAN Link] [Details]|
|Hogan, M., Hogan, V. (2006) 'When I'm older, it will be so great. Review of Malcolm L. Johnson, in association with Vern L. Bengtson, Peter G. Coleman, and Thomas B.L. Kirkwood. The Cambridge Handbook of Age and Aging'. PsychCRITIQUES - Contemporary Psychology: APA Review of Books, . [Details]|
|Hogan, V., Hodgins, M. & Hogan, M. (2014) Post-work recovery and psychological detachment in academia: results from a seven day diary study Irish Ergonomics Society Annual Conference NUI Galway, [Details]|
|Hogan, V., Hodgins, M. & Hogan, M. (2014) Workaholism, recovery and detachment from work among Irish academics 11th EAOHP Conference, Looking at the past - planning for the future: Capitalizing on OHP multidisciplinarity London, [Details]|
|Hogan, V.; Hogan, M.J.; Hodgins, M. (2013) Workaholism, recovery and detachment from work among Irish academics Well-Being in Ireland Conference, NUI Galway [Details]|
|Hogan, V., Hogan, M., Hodgins, M., Kinman, G. & Bunting, B. (2012) An examination of gender differences in the impact of individual and organizational factors on work hours work, life conflict, and psychological well‐being in academics Changing the System: Overcoming Barriers to Well-Being in Ireland Conference NUIG [Details]|
|Hogan V., Hogan, M. & Hodgins, M. (2010) An examination of gender differences in factors that impact upon work hours, work-life conflict and well-being in Irish academics STAR 2010, 31st World Conference on Stress and Anxiety Research [Details]|
|Hogan, V., Hodgins, M., Galvin, M. (2009) Employment in post-primary students and their attitudes to occupational health and safety: Results from the Choose Safety evaluation 13 th Annual HPRC conference: Closing the Gap in Child and Adolescent Health: the Settings Approach Galway, [Details]|
|McDonnell, P., Coggins, M., Fleming, G., Hogan,V. (2007) Occupational Exposures in the Irish Swine Farming Industry British Occupational Hygiene Society Conference, 2007 Promoting a healthy working environment Glasgow, [Details]|
|Hodgins, M., Hogan, V., Galvin, M. (2008) Choose Safety'. An evaluation of a Health and Safety module for use in secondary schools. Health Promotion Research Centre, NUI, Galway. . [ARAN Link] [Details]|
|Mc Donnell, P., Coggins, M., Hogan, V., Fleming, G. (2007) Exposure Assessment to airborne contaminants in the indoor environment of Irish Swine Farms. Health and Safety Authority Research Series. HSA, Dublin. [Details]|
|Hogan, V., Hodgins, M. & Hogan, M. (2014) Post-work recovery and psychological detachment in academia: results from a diary study. Conference Paper [Details]|
|Coggins, M., Hogan, V., Malynn, J. (2006) Exposure assessment to airborne Dust, Ammonia, Carbon Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide and noise levels on Irish commercial pig farms. Agricultural Research Forum 2006. Tullamore, Co. Offaly: Conference Paper [Details]|
|Hodgins, M., Galvin, M., Hogan, V. (2006) Work Life Balance in NUI Galway: They're doing it, but it's not as useful as it could be. Presented to Equality Sub-Committee NUI, Galway. NUI, Galway: Conference Paper [Details]|
|Hogan, V. (2006) The health effects of noise and vibration in the workplace. Noise and Vibration in the Workplace Conference. Galway: Conference Paper [Details]|
|O'Connell, T., Coggins, M., Hogan, V., Byrne, M. (2005) Safety evaluation of a flexible engineering control system developed for the removal of contaminated filter cartridges used in the Chemical and Pharmaceutical Industries. British Occupational Hygiene Society Conference. Manchester: Conference Paper [Details]|
|Coggins, M., O'Byrne, M., Hogan, V. (2003) Safety evaluation of a flexible engineering control system design developed by Containment Services Providers for the removal of contaminated filter cartridges used in the Chemical and Pharmaceutical Industries. Air Quality Technology Centre, NUI Galway. Other Item [Details]|