Fergal O'Hagan Profile
Associate Professor, Teaching Intensive; Acting Director of Trent Online
B.Sc. (University of Saskatchewan)
M.Sc., Ph.D. (McMaster University)
Office: DNA C134
Phone: 705-748-1011 ext. 7086
My research interests lie in the domain of work and health and, more specifically factors influencing occupational adaptation following the onset of chronic illness. Some of my present projects include the role of illness representations in recovery from occupational injury, health trajectories and coping in injured workers with permanent impairments, the role of acceptance and resourcefulness in occupational adaptation following disabling injury.
PSYC 4740H-A FA PTBO: Models of Self Control
PSYC 3015Y-A FW PTBO: Advanced Stats & Research Design
PSYC 3610H-A WI PTBO: Behaviour Modification
O’Hagan, F.T., & Thomas, S.G. (2011). Work adjustment in cardiovascular disease: Job characteristics and social support. Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation and Prevention, 31, 1-7.
Kennett, D.J., O’Hagan, F.T., & Cezer, D. (2008). Learned resourcefulness and the long-term benefits of a chronic pain management program. Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 2, 317-339.