Pam Tau Lee, BS

Pam Tau Lee, BS

Coordinator of Public Programs
School of Public Health
Labor Occupational Health Program
University of California
Berkeley, CA 94720-5120
ptlee@berkeley.edu
510-643-7594 Fax: 510-643-5698
www.lohp.org
 
Current Research Interests
• Application of community-based participatory reseach methods
• Relationship of work, family and health
• Focus on special populations: women, immigrant workers, workers of color
• Human factors and safety in the workplace
• Linking workplace and community health and safety
 
Key Publications
• Lee PT, Baker R, Darling E,2006. Tools of the Trade: A Health and Safety Handbook for Action. Berkeley, CA
• Lee PT, Krause N, 2002. Impact of a Workers Health Study on Working Conditions. Journal of Public Health Policy. Vol. 23, No. 3.
• Lee PT, Baker R 2002. Las Vegas Hotel Workers Take Action, The Power of Popular Education Applied to Health and Safety. Teaching for Change: Popular Education and the Labor Movement. Los Angeles, CA UCLA Center for Labor Research.
• Lee PT, Krause N, Goetchius C, 2002. Chapter - Participatory Action Research with Hotel Room Cleaners: FromCollaborative Study to the Bargaining Table. Community Based Participatory Research. Jossey-Bass Publishers, San Francisco, CA.
• Lee PT, Dalhouse, Warshaw, 1997Chapter Hotel and Restaurant Hazards in the Workplace. International Labor Organization Encyclopedia on Health and Safety. Geneva: ILO
• Lee PT, Sum J, 2000. Collective Bargaining for Health and Safety, A Handbook for Unions. Berkeley, CA
 
Teaching
• Train the trainer workshops on occupational safety and health and environmental justice
• Training non-English-speaking
• Popular education approach to training
 
Honors
• Golden Apple,Distinguished Community Member for Excellence Award. UC School of Public Health, DrPH program
• Lorin E. Kerr Award, American Publich Health Association
• The Changing Face of Women's Health Recognition Award, National Health Sciences Consortium
• Bread and Roses Recognition Award, Second People of Color Environmental Leadership Summit
• Fellowship, Tides Foundation, Alston/Bannerman Memorial Fund
 
Public and University Service
• National Liaison Committee Member, NORA, NIOSH
• Committee Member, National Environmental Justice Advisory Council, U.S. EPA