2014 Partners' Luncheon
Thanks to our stakeholders and partners who were able to attend our 2014 Partners' Luncheon, held on March 20, 2014.
The 2014 Partners' Luncheon keynote was provided by Lee Newman, MD, Professor of the Colorado School of Public Health and School of Medicine, and Director of the Center for Worker Health and Environment and NIOSH Mountain and Plains ERC.
Download Materials from the 2014 Partner's Luncheon
- Dr. Lee Newman's presentation: Colorado's Experience in Bringing Wellness to Work: The Business x Academia Axis
- Dr. Kent Anger's introduction presentation
- Dr. Kent Anger's presentation following Dr. Newman's presentation
- Table Key Comments Summarized
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2012 Partner's Luncheon
The Oregon Healthy Workforce Center's Partners' Luncheon, held September 14, 2012, was a huge success. The luncheon provided an opportunity for stakeholder networking and discussion of topics of interest to partners.
The luncheon speaker, Larry S. Chapman of the Chapman Institute, spoke about Return of Investment of Workplace Wellness programs. The recorded webinar of Mr. Chapman on "An Authoritative Look at the ROI of Worksite Wellness Programs" is now available. WATCH & LISTEN NOW.
Download materials from 2012 Partners' Luncheon
- Luncheon Summary Report
- Detailed Report of Worktable Discussions
- Mr. Chapman's presentation: An Authoritative Look at ROI of Worksite Wellness Programs
- Art of Health Promotion: Meta-Evaluation of Worksite Health Promotion Economic Return Studies: 2012 Update
- Workplace Wellness Programs Can Generate Savings
Who are our Partners?
Our partners seek to improve safety, health, and personal wellness in their workplace (company, union, government) in Oregon and neighboring areas.
Goals of our Luncheon
- Learn what our partners want from the Oregon Healthy WorkForce Center:
- Provide information about total worker health that is of interest to our partners
- Determine the most important safety, health, and wellness issues to our partners
- Identify the easy problems in safety, health, or wellness, that an intervention could easily solve in your organization
- Build interest in developing an Oregon-wide research program that studies the effectiveness of intervention programs designed to improve total worker health.