Mind your back. Ergonomics for the home office

Mind your back. Ergonomics for the home office

Jay Kim, Ph.D., M.S.

10 questions in 10ish minutes with OSU public health and human sciences experts on a topic related to human health and well-being.


In this special episode of 10 in 10, we’re spending extra time talking about a very important subject during the pandemic: home office spaces.

Jay Kim is an assistant professor in environmental and occupational health in the College of Public Health and Human Sciences. He is an expert in the area of occupational ergonomics and biomechanics and is particularly interested in developing and evaluating evidence-based interventions to reduce physical exposures and related musculoskeletal disorders and therefore improve workers' health and well-being.

Today, he shares the best ergonomic practices for many of us as we continue to work and learn remotely.

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