Helping desk-based workers keep well
Researchers from the Experience Labs are looking for people to take part in one of their latest projects.
The Glimpse project aims to investigate ways that people can improve their health and wellbeing through gentle exercise carried out at work.
Taking part in a lab is a great way to help GSA researchers explore a health-related challenge that can help people in the future. It also gives you the opportunity to meet our team and find out more about our work.
The team has organised a special collaborative design workshop in Glasgow later this month, which is open to people with experience of desk-based working.
“We are working with Justin Eade, of Glimpse Ltd. Justin is a Workplace Wellbeing Consultant with more than 20 years experience. He hopes that our research will contribute to development ideas for a digital application to counter the effects of sedentary work.
“The whole project involves two Experience Labs that will develop ideas generated by participants. We are looking for people to take part in the first event on February 28.
“The lab will use creative activities to explore how movement for wellbeing can be better incorporated into the workplace to address health concerns. The physical activities involved will be largely gentle movement and light activity – so no one will be asked to do anything too strenuous!
“We will also have group discussions about participants’ own experiences of desk-based work and its effects on health and wellbeing. All information provided will remain confidential.”
The lab will take place at House for an Art Lover, Bellahouston Park, Glasgow, from 11am-3pm.
Refreshments and lunch will be provided and reasonable travel expenses will also be paid.
You can read more about the Experience Labs by clicking here.Tags: collaboration, digital health, digital technology, Dr Jay Bradley, Dr Michael Johnson, Glasgow, Glimpse Ltd, wellbeing
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