Join CPH-NEW researchers Suzanne Nobrega, MS as she delivers 2 half day pre-conference workshops.
For more information and registration please visit the Applied Ergonomics Conference website.
When: Spring 2021 (TBD)
This monthly learning lab will provide space for more advanced training on the Healthy Workplace Participatory Program (HWPP), as well as important and emerging Total Worker Health topics. This learning community is for those who have taken the Remote Team Facilitation for Workplace Safety and Wellbeing training and anyone who has implemented the HWPP, or is interested in HWPP implementation. Visit the TWH Facilitator Training page for more information on how to register.
See more on the CPH-NEW sponsored education and trainings webpage.
Join CPH-NEW's training course to learn how to engage workers virtually in a design process focused on employee safety, health and well-being. Learn from our team engagement experts how to implement the Design Team model used in the Healthy Workplace Participatory Program (HWPP). Following the completion of the program, participants will be able to lead a virtual team in discussing ways to improve safety, health, and well-being.
This training course meets using Zoom in four sessions. The total commitment is 12 hours. Class size is limited; registrations will be confirmed on first come, first serve basis.
Register online to participate in the Remote Team Facilitation for Workplace Safety and Wellbeing.
For more information please email: Serena_Rice@uml.edu.
CPH-NEW investigator Jennifer Cavallari, Sc.D. will virtually present, "A Total Worker Health® approach to worker well-being for a changing workforce".
For more information, please visit the ACGIH Learning Pass for 2021 webpage.
CPH-NEW investigators Suzanne Nobrega, MS and Jennifer Cavallari, Sc.D. will virtually present at the conference in Dallas, Texas.
For more information, please visit the AIHce EXP 2021 Conference Website.
CPH-NEW affiliate Michelle M. Robertson hosted a webinar talking about the transition to working in a "remote office" and the key ergonomic principles one can use to create a comfortable workspace at home.
CPH-NEW affiliate Mari Ryan hosted a webinar to talk about how to adapt workplace well-being programs to support the changing needs of the workforce.
CPH-NEW Research Affiliate Cora Roelofs, Sc.D presented her research as a part of the University of Massachusetts Lowell Work Environment Seminar Series.
CPH-NEW Investigator Jennifer Cavallari, ScD presented "Using Total Worker Health to Broaden your Safety Program"
For more information and to view presentation recording please visit the Safety2020 website.
CPH-NEW's Martin Cherniack, MD, MPH, and Jennifer Garza, ScD from UConn Health Center presented on:
Please visit expanding research partnership series 2020 for more information.
CPH-NEW investigators Suzanne Nobrega, MS and Jennifer Cavallari, ScD presented at the virtual conference. The sessions will be rebroadcast on June 15, 2020.
For more information please visit the AIHce EXP 2020 Conference website.
Please visit the OH&S virtual summit website to view CPH-NEW Investigator Jennifer Cavallari, ScD presentation on "Total Worker Health for Occupational Health and Safety Professionals."
Publick House Historic Inn, Sturbridge Mass.
This informal gathering was oriented towards spotlighting work in progress, including student research, ideas and pilot projects to a small, friendly and interested audience. RSVP was no later than Jan. 8,2020. Lunch and other refreshments were provided for those who registered in advance.
HWPP Facilitator Workshop, Sturbridge, Mass.
Learn how to use a free, evidence-based Total Worker Health® Program toolkit in your organization
The workshop will enable participants to:
CPH-NEW Scientific Presentations:
To learn more please visit the Work Stress and Health Conference website.
To learn more please visit the American Public Health Association Annual meeting website.
Join CPH-NEW Outreach Director, Suzanne Nobrega, as she reviews the many NEW features of the HWPP "2.0" Online Toolkit. Learn how the CPH-NEW Center refined the implementation materials for the Healthy Workplace Participatory Program following field evaluation with end users after disseminating the program in 2014. Ms. Nobrega will share evaluation methods, results of user feedback, and the process used to refine, test, and disseminate the "2.0" Facilitator Manual and online program toolkit.
Join CPH-NEW Research Affiliate Jennifer Garza as she talks on Ergonomics in the Workplace. In this webinar, learn about the risk factors associated with musculoskeletal disorders among office workers and recent ergonomics interventions to help employees perform duties safety. Also, hear from the Massachusetts Coalition for Occupational Safety and Health about workers' rights to a safe and healthy workplace under the Occupational Health and Safety Administration.
Massachusetts Health & Hospital Association (MHA) in collaboration with the Massachusetts Department of Public Health (MDPH) and the Massachusetts Nurses Association (MNA) invites all patient handling personnel for an all-day, hospital based safe patient handling program. Join keynote speaker Guy Fragala, Ph.D., and other healthcare professionals examine the importance of engaging hospital leadership, operational best practices, the skills that practitioners/ staff need to sustain a safe patient handling program, and how to evaluate lessons learned. The program will also provide a forum to foster networking among attendees so that ongoing relationships and learning between hospitals can continue. Visit the safe patient handling conference website for registration and other event details.
CPH-NEW researchers Alicia Kurowski, Winnie Chin and Laura Punnett will present scientific papers on musculoskeletal injuries in two public sector workforces, using a mobile app for process evaluation, and work-related psychosocial stressors in musicians.
The Symposium brought together correctional leaders, industry practitioners, labor, and researchers to discuss solutions and collaboration possibilities to improve correctional worker health and well-being. Boston, Mass. Visit the 2019 National Symposium on Corrections Worker Health for event details.
This episode of NIOSH TWH webinar series featured speakers: Ross Brownson, Tom Cunningham and Pamela Tinc as they focused on the theory and practice of research dissemination and implementation into the workplace. The recordings of the most recent webinar is now available and slides from the presentation can be downloaded from within the recording itself.
Join Laura Punnett, Sc.D. as she talks on NIOSH Total Worker Health and all that it entails.
This installment of the NIOSH Total Worker Health® (TWH) webinar series, titled Understanding Total Worker Health: Where we've been and where we're going, featured researchers and practitioners Sara Tamers, Capt. Mary O'Connor and Chia-Chia Change as they explored the evolution of TWH concept, current research, and practical examples applying TWH approaches in organization and moving the science and practice of TWH forward.The recordings of the most recent webinar is now available and slides from the presentation can be downloaded from within the recording itself.
Presenters: Suzanne Nobrega, Ms, CPH-NEW Outreach Director and Mari Ryan, MHP President of Advancing Wellness.
Find information for this event on the UMass Lowell Women's Leadership Conference website.
Presenter: Alicia Kurowski, Sc.D., Research Professor, Biomedical Engineering, University of Mass. Lowell. For more information please visit the Global Carework Network Online Registration.
CPH-NEW Investigator Janet Barnes-Farrell, Ph.D., will give a presentation. For more information visit the UMass Lowell Healthy Aging Forum