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Dr. Yana Korneeva

Dr. Yana Korneeva
Associate Professor
Psychology Dept.
Northern (Arctic) Federal University
Russian Federation

Biography :

Since 2006, she has been engaged in scientific work in the field of psychology of shift work in the Far North and the Arctic. In 2012 she successfully defended her thesis on "Adaptation Strategies in Professional Work of the Rotational Method in the Far North" at the Lomonosov Moscow State University. Currently, she continues her work in the preparation of a doctoral dissertation on the management of psychological risks for shift workers in the Far North and the Arctic. In 2013-2016 she was an expert in the development of the international standard ISO 35101: 2017 "Petroleum and natural gas industries - Arctic operations - Working environment" (Subcommittee ISO TC67 / SC8 "Arctic operations"). She is the author of 179 scientific and educational works, 43 of them in leading peer-reviewed Russian journals, 3 in journals indexed in the Web of Science, 12 in publications indexed in Scopus, 1 monograph, 3 chapters in monographs, 3 textbooks, 23 works in English.

Research Interest :

I have extensive experience in scientific expeditions to the oil and gas fields in the Arctic. As part of my PhD thesis she compared the adaptation strategies of oil and gas workers from workers in other industries. I am currently developing psychological risks of oil and gas personnel, ie what workers are a more effective, safe and reliable work, while maintaining their level of health. Develop measures to improve the efficiency, quality of life and longevity of oil and gas staff. These issues will be devoted to her report on the conference. Also I am an expert of the international working group No 1 "Working environment" ISO / TC67 / SC8 "Arctic operations". The second direction of research on this topic was to examine the sensitivity of meteorological and meteopathic reactions in young people living in the Far North in climate change conditions. It was surveyed over 200 students in higher and secondary educational institutions. There are established youth at risk group for the development of meteopatic reactions to climate change. All three areas of research carried out on an interdisciplinary level, in conjunction with experts in the field of medicine, epidemiology, climatology. The second and third lines of investigations carried out in a project of the WHO, "The impact of climate change on human health assessment of the possibility of adaptation to the north of the Russian Federation" (2010-2012).