The Anthony Mainguené-CIECST Foundation thesis award
The 2023 campaign is open, deadline for applications postponed to 2 April.
The objective of the Anthony Mainguené-CIECST Foundation thesis award is to distinguish young researchers whose thesis subject deals in its developments with ethics in occupational health and occupational health policies, in accordance with the CIECST guideline. The comparative approach to the subject may also be an element of appreciation, as may the prospective approach, the proposal of a project, the practical contribution and the vision carried by the thesis.
The selection is carried out in double blind by the members of the Scientific Committee or, if necessary, by qualified external figures invited to assess the work submitted.
The prize is endowed with a budget of 3,000 euros to help with the publication of a book, an article and/or the translation of a research work. The aim of the prize is to enable the winner to promote his or her work at the highest level.
Winners of the Thesis Award
Julia Aubouin Bonnaventure
Julia Aubouin Bonnaventure defended her PhD thesis in June 2021 at the University of Tours (France). It was carried out under the supervision of Professors Evelyne Fouquereau and Séverine Chevalier and financed through a CIFRE agreement by the firm AD Conseil and the National Association for Research and Technology. Julia is now a research engineer in work and organisational psychology at the Qualipsy laboratory of the University of Tours. Her work focuses on the study of the effects of organisational practices on the psychological health, attitudes and behaviours of workers.
Thesis in psychology entitled “Virtuous organisational practices (POV): From their conceptualisation to their operationalisation and the study of their relationship with the psychological well-being, attitudes and behaviours of workers” under the direction of Evelyne Fouquereau and Séverine Chevalier, University of Tours, QualiPsy Laboratory EE1901, thesis under CIFRE agreement with AD Conseil.