July 14-16, 2020 (Online Event)
July 14, 2020 at 8:30 a.m. to
July 16, 2020 at 4:30 p.m.
Where: Online (Web link will be provided to attendees closer to the event).
Are you an organizational leader who likes to see employees enjoying their work? Are you a practitioner with a mission to maintain safe and healthy workplaces? Are you a workplace champion who thrives on creating positive work experiences for your colleagues? Or are you an academic who wants to find out how best to do all of the above?
Join us for the 2020 Summer Institute in Occupational Health Psychology where we'll address questions like these and more. Our event this year is focused on Building a Culture of Health, Safety, and Well-Being. We'll bring together organizational leaders, practitioners in safety and wellness, and researchers in the area of Total Worker Health.
Key goals for event sessions:
- Think Culture of Health, Safety, and Well-Being: Geared toward helping workplace leaders envision a culture of health, safety, and well-being, these sessions will highlight the evidence behind creating positive workplaces, share why a culture of well-being makes good business sense, and provide meaningful approaches toward growing such a culture.
- Do Culture of Health, Safety, and Well-Being: Focused on best practices for building a culture of well-being, these sessions will address how practitioners, workplace champions, and employees can implement strategies for kickstarting and maintaining a culture of health, safety, and well-being. In addition to expert sessions, attendees will benefit from the Total Worker Health 101 curriculum, a practitioner-focused workshop conducted by the Oregon Total Worker Health Alliance.