Call for evidence: Learning and Wellbeing
We are conducting a review of how learning in the work environment influences wellbeing in terms of both learning processes and learning outcomes. While there is a significant body of research that looks at learning interventions in work, or for work, there is little understanding of their relationship to well-being.
Our main research question is as follows;
Within the context of work, to what extent are wellbeing outcomes influenced by learning outcomes and the characteristics of the learning process?
We are looking for high quality evidence that addresses this question to use as best practice examples.
We are particularly seeking evidence that meets the following criteria:
- Evaluation studies with assessments of wellbeing taken before and after the learning process – this is to allow us to determine whether the learning process produced any changes in wellbeing subsequent to its introduction.
- Evidence that includes comparison groups that did not participate in the course of learning are particularly welcome.
- Studies which look at how wellbeing is impacted by either the learning process or outcome and those which look at both.
- Evaluations of learning which does or does not have an explicit wellbeing aim.
- Evidence of impacts on wellbeing may include stress, mental health, anxiety, depression, life or job satisfaction, resilience or self-efficacy.
- Qualitative and quantitative evidence is welcome.
All examples must be written in English or have an English translation and include an author and date. We can only accept evidence which can be made publicly available.
Please send your submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org
All submissions should be received by 8th of July 2016 .