OVERVIEW OF RESEARCH REGARDING MENTAL HEALTH AT WORK OF WORKERS WITH LOW SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS
The project aims to provide an overview of occupational safety and health research on the prevalence of psychosocial risks and mental health problems among workers with low socio-economic status. The project follows an Scoping Literature Review (SLR) methdology. This method involves the identification, collection and analysis of specialised literature through systematic features. To this aim, the research team relies on IT software solutions (Zotero, Excel Dataset, NVivo) through a systematic search on literature dabatases and a holistic website exploration of key institutional and stakeholder organisations.