Work-Family Stress: Implications for Safety and Health

Presented by CROET and PSU Occupational Health Psychology Program on November 7, 2008



8:45 -  9:15: Registration and Refreshments

9:15 -  9:30: Introduction - Leslie Hammer, Ph.D.

9:30 -10:30:  Keynote:  Work-Family Conflict: Relationships to Individual and Family Health and What Organizations can do About It  
Tammy Allen, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology, University of South Florida
presentation (pdf)

10:30-10:45: Break

10:45-11:45:  Work and Elder Care: Effects on Health and Well-Being
Margaret B. Neal, Ph.D., Director, Institute on Aging; Professor, School of Community Health, Portland State University
presentation part 1 (ppt) part 2 (ppt)

11:45-12:45:  Lunch

12:45-1:45:  Work-Family Stress and Safety: Clarifying the Connections
Leslie Hammer, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology, Portland State University
presentation (ppt)

1:45- 2:00: Break

2:00- 3:00: Employees Raising Children with Disabilities: Work-life Experiences and Strategies for Success
Eileen Brennan, Ph.D., Associate Dean, School of Social Work, Portland State University
presentation (pdf)

3:00- 3:30: Panel and Audience
Discussion moderated by Donald Truxillo, Ph.D.

Dr. Leslie Hammer Dr. Brennan Panel Discussion Dr. Anger