OHP Summer Institute

Registration Now Open! Occupational Health Psychology Summer Institute 2018

Translation of Workplace Interventions: Dissemination and Implementation

When : July 10 - 12, 2018 

Where : Portland State University, Smith Memorial Student Union, Rooms 327-329.

Registration : https://tinyurl.com/OHP-SI-2018

2016 Summer Institute

How can researchers best share their evidence-based tools with the community? How can practitioners effectively implement these tools within their organization? What are some strategies to making a successful business case for best practices with organizational leaders? 

Our Summer Institute this year will feature experts in academia and industry who can help answer some of these questions. Join us for this three-day event in beautiful Portland, Oregon! Registration is open!

We are pleased to have the Oregon State Association of Occupational Health Nurses (OSAOHN) provide CEUs for occupational health nurses for this event. Let us know the day of the event if you request this no cost CEU. We appreciate our partnership with OSAOHN.

Keynote speakers:

Kenneth Matos, PhD
Lead People Scientist, CultureAmp
2018 OHP Summer Institute Keynote Speaker
Dissemination and Translation
Kenneth Matos, PhD, Lead People Scientist, CultureAmp
"From Research to Action: Using Data to Drive Leadership Decisions"
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Casey Chosewood, MD, MPH 2018 OHP Summer Institute Keynote Speaker: Dissemination and Translation
Casey Chosewood, MD, MPH, Director, Office for Total Worker Health®
National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
"From Good Idea to Great Impact: Exploring the Total Worker Health® Model for Healthier Work"
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Lisa Brousseau PhD, CIH,
Professor of Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences, University of Illinois at Chicago
2018 OHP Summer Institute Keynote Speaker
Dissemination and Translation
Lisa Brosseau, ScD, CIH, Professor of Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences, University of Illinois at Chicago (retired).
"The Lessons Learned about Translation and Dissemination of Workplace Health and Safety Interventions for Small Businesses"
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Download the agenda here


Day 1: General Translation

TUESDAY, JULY 10
  • Ken Matos, Ph.D.
    From Research to Action: Using Data to Drive Leadership Decisions (keynote)
  • Marnie Dobson Ph.D.
    Advancing the Healthy Work Campaign: Disseminating work stress education and prevention strategies

  • Sabrina Freewynn, M.P.H.

    Building a Movement for Total Worker Health®

  • Anjali Rameshbabu, Ph.D.
    Translating Research to Practice: Taking on Dissemination
  • Mark Fleming, Ph.D.

    Translating safety research into practice. Lessons learned from 30 years of safety culture research


DAY 2: Dissemination

WEDNESDAY, JULY 11
  • Casey Chosewood, M.D., M.P.H.
    From Good Idea to Great Impact: Exploring the Total Worker Health®Model for Healthier Work (Keynote)
  • Helen Schuckers, M.P.H. & Dede Montgomery, M.S., C.I.H.
    How to Promote and Expand Your Reach: Strategies to effectively promote your resources, develop networks, and reach your target audiences
  • Ryan Olson, Ph.D.
    Supportive groups for isolated home care workers: A successful state-university dissemination effort 
  • MacKenna Perry, Ph.D.
    Dissemination Through Adaptation: Adapting a Supervisor Intervention to the U.S. Forest Service
  • Kent Anger, Ph.D.
    Demonstration of BeSuper toolkit for supervisors in construction

 

DAY 3: Implementation

THURSDAY, JULY 12
  • Lisa Brosseau, Sc.D., C.I.H.
    Lessons Learned about Translation and Dissemination of Workplace Health and Safety Interventions for Small Businesses (Keynote)
  • Anna Meiners, M.A.
    Focus on Mental Health Bolsters Workplace Wellness 
  • Amy Beacom, Ed.D.
    Implementing the RETAIN Program for Parental Leave Support in the Workplace: Lessons Learned 
  • Steve Hunt, Ph.D. & Autumn Krauss, Ph.D.
    Using technology to implement research-based well-being strategies at work: Building supportive, inclusive, and healthy cultures

 

Registration & Accommodation

REGISTRATION
https://tinyurl.com/OHP-SI-2018


ACCOMMODATION
The Heathman Hotel and University Place, both located downtown and close to the Summer Institute, are available at a special rate. You are encouraged to book early. Note that you will not be charged until check out. More details are below.
Please contact the hotels directly for further information and booking.

  • UNIVERSITY PLACE
    Group Name : Occupational Health Psych Summer Institute
    Room Rate : $92 Economy, $102 Standard (both include two double beds)  
        *rates are nightly and do not include the occupancy tax or $15 per night parking fee, $10 per person above 2 guests in each room, or $15 per night rollaway bed fee.  
        **maximum occupancy is 3 adults in a room with King sized bed plus a rollaway, and 4 adults in a room with 2 double beds.
    Cut-off date : June 9, 2018
    Contact for reservations : 1-866-845-4647 or 503-221-0140
    More information : https://www.uplacehotel.com/rooms/

  • THE HEATHMAN HOTEL
    Group Name : Occupational Health Psych Summer Institute
    Room rate : $239.00 for single or double
        *rate does not include current occupancy tax and tourism fee totaling 15.3%
        **overnight valet parking is available for an additional $45.99 daily
    Cut-off date : 5 pm on June 11, 2018
    Contact for reservations : 503-241-4100
    More information : http://portland.heathmanhotel.com/
2016 OHP Summer Institute

2016 Occupational Health Psychology (OHP) Summer Institute: OHP Innovation and Creative Strategies Leading to Total Worker Health 

July 12-14, 2016
Portland State University, Portland, OR

Co-sponsored by the Oregon State Association of Occupational Health Nurses.

DAY 1

  • Arnold Bakker, PhD, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands
    Keynote: Creative Approaches to Employee Work Engagement
    Click for abstract
    Webinar Recording not available

DAY 2
  • Glorian Sorensen, PhD, MPH, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Boston, Massachusetts 
    Keynote: Work and Health: Evidence on the Pathways to Implementing Total Worker Health
    Click for abstract
    Download handout
    Watch Webinar

  • Jennifer Dimoff, Saint Mary's University, Halifax, NS, Canada
    Title : With a Little Help from My Boss: Supervisors as Resource Facilitators
     Click for abstract
     Webinar Recording not available

  • David Hurtado, ScD, Oregon Health & Science University
    Title : Time at Work and Workers' Health
    Click for abstract
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    Watch Webinar

  • Liu-Qin Yang, PhD, Portland State University
    Title : Workplace Mistreatment Management: Nipping Mean Behavior Before It Start
    Click for abstract
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    Webinar Recording not available

DAY 3
  • Jack Dennerlein, PhD, Northeastern University Bouvé College of Health Sciences &Harvard School of Public HealthTitle : Safety Incentives, Safety Climate, and Total Worker Health®in the Dynamic Environment of Commercial Construction
    Click for abstract
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    Watch Webinar

  • Eva Demerouti, PhDEindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands
    Keynote: Bottom up Interventions to Stimulate Effective Functioning
    Click for abstract
    Webinar Recording not available

  • Amy B. Adler, PhD, Walter Reed Army Institute of Research
    Title : Behavioral Health Leadership in a High-Risk Occupation
    Click for abstract
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    Watch Webinar

2015 OHP Summer Institute

The OHP 2015 Summer Institute took place in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Download the OHP 2015 Announcement. Visit the St. Mary's University Occupational Health Psychology website for more details.

2014 OHP Summer Institute

2014 Occupational Health Psychology Summer Institute: Advancing Theory and Practice in the Context of Total Worker Health

July 16-18, 2014, Portland State University, Portland, Oregon

This 3-day institute featured regional, national, and international researchers and practitioners in occupational health psychology, total worker health, and safety research and practice.
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Institute Program

Day 1: Occupational Health Psychology - Scholarly Work Advancing Theory

Welcome and Introduction of OHP Summer Institute
Leslie Hammer, Ph.D., Director, Occupational Health Psychology Program, Portland State University; Co-Director, Oregon Healthy Workforce Center (OHWC)*
Bio & Summary

Featured Speaker:

OHP in the Aging Workforce: Theoretical and Empirical Advancements
Mo Wang, Ph.D., University of Florida, National Science Foundation
President, Society for Occupational Health Psychology
Bio & Summary
Slides Unavailable

What Should we Actually DO for Older Workers? Identifying the research gaps in organizational practice and interventions
Donald Truxillo, Ph.D., Portland State University
Bio & Summary
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Economic Stress: A Primer for Occupational Health Researchers
Robert Sinclair, Ph.D., Clemson University
Bio & Summary
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Work-Life Boundary Control and Identity Management: A New Frontier for Occupational Health
Ellen E. Kossek, Ph.D., Purdue University
Bio & Summary
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Letting Go: Research on Recovery from Work Stress and Employee Well-being
Charlotte Fritz, Ph.D., Portland State University
Bio & Summary
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Day 2: Intersection of Theory & Practice: Total Worker Health

Institute Keynote Speaker:
TWH in the Context of Occupational Health Psychology: Integration of Health Protection and Health Promotion
Laura Punnett, Ph.D., Director, Center for the Promotion of Health in the New England Workplace (CPH-NEW) *
Bio & Summary

So you want to improve TWH? Critical principles and tactics for creating organizational and behavior change
Ryan Olson, Ph.D., Project Principal Investigator, OHWC*
Bio & Summary
Slides Unavailable

PHLAME: An example of a complete TWH intervention program from conception to ROI
Kerry Kuehl, MD and Diane Elliot, MD - Project Principal Investigator/ISC Chair, OHWC*
Bio & Summary
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Panel Discussion: Building a TWH Center: From Nuts and Bolts to Politics
Laura Punnett, Ph.D., Director, CPH-NEW*
Kent Anger, Ph.D., Director, OHWC*
Jack Dennerlein, Ph.D., Associate Director, Harvard School of Public Health Center for Work, Health and Wellbeing *
Diane Rohlman, Ph.D., University of Iowa Healthier Workforce Center for Excellence (HWCE)*
Bio & Summary

What TWH Means to Early Adopting Organizations: The Practitioners Perspective
Dede Montgomery, MS, CIH, Education co-PI, OHWC*
Bio & Summary
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Evidence-Based TWH Programs: What Does the Evidence Tell Us?
Kent Anger, Ph.D., Director, OHWC*
Bio & Summary
Slides Unavailable

*NIOSH-Funded Total Worker Health Center of Excellence (COE)

Day 3: Practical Interventions in the Workplace

Day 3 will be available soon below as a recorded webinar.

Featured Speaker:
Disseminating and Implementing Evidence-based Prevention in the Workplace
Jeffrey Harris, MD, MPH, MBA., University of Washington
Bio & Summary
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Mental Health Awareness Intervention

Kevin Kelloway, Ph.D., Saint Mary's University
Bio & Summary
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Self Monitoring and Self Management
Brad Wipfli, Ph.D., Oregon Institute of Occupational Health Sciences, OHSU *
Bio & Summary
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Work, Life & Stress - Reflections of an Occupational Medicine Physician
Carol Gunn, MD, CIH, Occupational Medicine, Portland, Oregon
Bio & Summary
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The Aging Workforce: An Ideal Application of TWH. So Why is it so Difficult?
Steven Hecker, MSPH, Co-Director Education Core, OHWC*
Bio & Summary
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Questions?

2012 OHP Summer Institute

 The first annual Occupational Health Psychology Summer Institute: Improving Worker Safety, Health and Well-being, was held on July 16 - 19, 2012. This event was presented by the Occupational Psychology Program at Portland State University, Oregon Institute of Occupational Health Sciences, the Oregon Healthy WorkForce Center, and the Canadian Center for Occupational Health and Safety at St. Mary’s University.

The institute was attended by a mix of academic researchers and practitioners from around the world with topics ranging from safety climate, work organization, and stress, to employee health and the work family balance. It was particularly beneficial to share the differing perspectives found between researchers and practitioners.

Speakers included:

  • Joseph Hurrell, PhD, NIOSH (ret.), Editor, Journal of Occupational Health Psychology
  • Dr. Yueng-hsiang (Emily) Huang, Liberty Mutual Research Institute for Safety
  • Nanette Yragui, PhD, Occupational Health Research Psychologist
  • David Cadiz, MBA, PhD, Research Associate, Oregon Nurses Foundation
  • Arla Day, PhD, Saint Mary’s University
  • Deborah Fell-Carlson, SAIF Corporation, Dede Montgomery, CROET
  • Bing Lin, M.S., Doctoral Student Industrial/Organizational and Occupational Health Psychology Training Program, Portland State University
  • Leslie Hammer, PhD, Portland State University, Occupational Health Psychology
  • Dov Zohar, PhD, Technion, Haifa, Israel
  • Natalie Schwatka, M.S., AEP, Doctoral Student, Ergonomics & Human Factors Training Program, Department of Environmental & Radiological Health Services, Colorado State University
  • Krista Hoffmeister, M.S., Doctoral Student Industrial/Organizational Psychology Training Program, Colorado State University
  • Tony Barsotti, Safety Manager, Temp Control Mechanical, Portland