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  1. Improving Safety Culture: A Phased Change Implementation Strategy

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    The development of safety culture takes years to be established, and once it is engrained in the organization, it is very difficult to change. A very deliberate, focused and long term strategy is…

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    • Improving Safety Culture: Barriers, Challenges and Solutions

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      The development of safety culture takes years to be established, and once it is engrained in the organization, it is very difficult to change. A very deliberate, focused and long term strategy is…

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      • Productivity, Health, and Wellbeing from Working in Green Buildings: Can We Find Win-Win Solutions

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        This presentation looks at what previous research can tell us about the impact of the built environment on the physical health and psychological wellbeing of building occupants, focusing on office…

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        • Thinking (Hard) about Pain: Psychological Challenges and Recovery in Chronic Pain

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          Dr. Drew Sturgeon will discuss how catastrophic thoughts can change the physical and psychological health of a person with chronic pain and how these thoughts can even worsen the experience of pain…

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          • Pulled from All Sides: The Sandwich Generation at Work

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            Ms. O’Sullivan focuses on employees who are members of the “sandwich generation”, those who are raising children and assisting older adult family members, as a population that is…

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            • 'Becoming Human Again': Exploring Connections Between Nature and Post-traumatic Distress for Veterans

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              In this presentation, Dr. Stephanie Westlund explores complementary approaches to conventional therapeutic and medical interventions, focusing on stories of hope and possibility offered by those whose…

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              • Chronic Pelvic Pain: Thinking Outside the Box

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                What are the causes and possible contributors to chronic pelvic pain? Dr. Catherine Allaire, Medical Director of the BC Women’s Centre for Pelvic Pain & Endometriosis, talks about the challenges…

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                • Successful Return to Work with Chronic Pain? Negotiation Strategies for Stakeholders

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                  This session will briefly consider whether work is good for our health and wellbeing, and the context of moving from sickness certification to using the “Fit note” in the UK, as part of…

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                  • Connecting the Dots: Optimizing Human Capital Investments for Better Business Performance

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                    When considering investments, organizational outcomes include a broad array of dimensions, including healthcare cost and outcomes, workforce performance, safety, work quality, and employee engagement.…

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                    • Manager Involvement in Work Re-Integration?

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                      In this webinar Dr. Karin Maiwald presents a study into the managers’ (frontline managers, supervisors) experiences with return-to-work policy in a Canadian setting. This is published in a public-access…

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                      • On Knowing Another’s Pain: Reactions of Health Care Professionals and Others

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                        Caring for people experiencing pain requires a realistic understanding of their distress. While another person’s pain can be obvious and distressing, there is considerable evidence that pain…

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                        • The Stanford Chronic Pain Self-Management Program: International Perspectives

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                          This session will briefly outline the process and content of the CPSMP as well as the theory on which it is based. The dissemination and uptake of the program across Canada, the United States and…

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