Lisa Loloma Froholdt

Ph.D. Human Factors, MA in Educational Psychology, Diploma in Psychology

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Research areas

Human Factors, Psychology, Mental Health, Occupational Psychology, Occupational Health and Safety in the maritime industry.

Lisa's research areas include ’sense-making processes’, psychological issues in interaction, intercultural communication, user-device interaction, learning processes, socio-cultural processes. 

Lisa was engaged in the INTEREG project, Northern Maritime University, working with blended module elements in Intercultural management, Human Factors and Leadership. In this project, she established a Danish Maritime Business Panel, where managers, CEO's and operators in the maritime industry were invited to a roundtable discussion about educations needs in the maritime industry anno 2020.

She has worked in a project developing learning module for Corporate Social Responsibility at World Maritime University, and edited a book in the Springer Series on the same topic, to be used in the lecturing.

She was Principal Investigator for the IFT- Seafarers Trust MARI-WEL project at The World Maritime University gathering more than 25 maritime experts around the world to deliver an elearning offering on social welfare and psycho-social topics relevant for professionals assisting seafarers. 

Lisa has also worked with psycho-social trauma for seafarers in connection with pirate hijackings, and interviewed the CEO at Clipper Group following the dire hijack of the CEC Future. She also wrote a book article on the topic.

Lisa has worked with anti-corruption in the maritime industry and was Prinicipal Investigator in a project that created a learning module on Anti-corruption and Intregrity issues, following sea passages on large container ships in high-risk areas. She worked together with an international researcher on a technical paper for the International Maritime Organisation, sponsored by a range of Member States. This paper called for action on training offerings to assist in mitigating corruption in the maritime industry.

Her later work has focused on psycho-social issues and mental health for seafarers, including Covid 19, stress management, Bullying and harassment and social isolation. 

 

Research areas

Human Factors, Psychology, Mental Health, Occupational Psychology, Occupational Health and Safety in the maritime industry.

Lisa's research areas include ’sense-making processes’, psychological issues in interaction, intercultural communication, user-device interaction, learning processes, socio-cultural processes. 

Lisa was engaged in the INTEREG project, Northern Maritime University, working with blended module elements in Intercultural management, Human Factors and Leadership. In this project, she established a Danish Maritime Business Panel, where managers, CEO's and operators in the maritime industry were invited to a roundtable discussion about educations needs in the maritime industry anno 2020.

She has has worked in a project developing learning module for Corporate Social Responsibility at World Maritime University, and edited a book in the Springer Series on the same topic, to be used in the lecturing.

She was Principal Investigator for the IFT- Seafarers Trust MARI-WEL project at The World Maritime University gathering more than 25 maritime experts around the world to deliver an elearning offering on social welfare and psycho-social topics relevant for professionals assisting seafarers. 

Lisa has also worked with psycho-social trauma for seafarers in connection with pirate hijackings, and interviewed the CEO at Clipper Group following the dire hijack of the CEC Future. She also wrote a book article on the topic.

Lisa has worked with anti-corruption in the maritime industry and was Prinicipal Investigator in a project that created a learning module on Anti-corruption and Intregrity issues, following sea passages on large container ships in high-risk areas. She worked together with an international researcher on a technical paper for the International Maritime Organisation, sponsored by a range of Member States. This paper called for action on training offerings to assist in mitigating corruption in the maritime industry.

Her later work has focused on psycho-social issues and mental health for seafarers, including Covid 19, stress management, Bullying and harassment and social isolation. 

External positions

Director of Research and Development

21. Mar 201831. Oct 2019

Associate Professor, World Maritime University

15. Jan 201320. Mar 2018

Senior researcher, Chalmers University of Technology

Research areas

  • Language and Communication
  • Management and Organisation
  • Information and Communication Technology

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