1. 6/23/2011 Leadership Series: Best Practices in Return to Work

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    Return to Work (RTW) is one of the most effective practices employers can implement to reduce costs and time off due to absence, and increase productivity and company profit. Employers will share best practices in both work-related and non work-related situations that can be easily incorporated into a company’s culture and provide an ROI for its efforts. This session, sponsored by Liberty Mutual, will explore common characteristics of several programs and identify the pros can cons of plan design.

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    • Dealing With Ongoing Side Effects At Work

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      Whether you are working through cancer treatment, or returning to work soon thereafter, you may have to deal with ongoing side effects in the workplace. The esteemed young adult panel from the 2011 National Conference on Work & Cancer has tips and advice to share to make the burden less difficult.

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      • Human Rights, Duty to Accommodate and Bullying in the Workplace: Essentials for workplace stakeholders

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        Dr. Wagner will talk about the legal rquirements around human rights and accommodation in relationship to workplace bullying and mental health issues.

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        • Early, Safe and Sustainable Returning to Work after Injury or Illness

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          Doug Kube discusses current research and best practices for getting employees back to work following an injury or illness.

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          • Accommodating Workers with Mental Health Disorders: From Research to Practice

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            Dr. Izabela Schultz will highlight the ways mental health disorders affect work function and provide us with evidence-based interventions for accommodating workers affected by mental health disorders.

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            • Factors Affecting Return to Work Following Low-Back Pain

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              Low-back pain is a very prominent issue in the workplace. It can affect individuals work abilities and can hinder them from easy return-to-work. Dr. Steenstra will discuss this important topic in regards to his research on factors that can influence people's return-to-work with low-back pain.

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              • Deepening the Skill-set for Return to Work: Psychosocial Intervention Made Practical

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                This webinar walks participants through some practical psychological intervention stratigies as well as how to introduce and support people transtioning from acute to chronic pain in the context of return to work.

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                • 05/09/2013 Leadership Series: How Accomodating is your Return to Work Program

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                  Disability Management Employer Coalition (DMEC) is bringing together a panel of local area employers to share and explore their common experiences in the accommodation process and their RTW programs. Hear companies (Kaiser Permanente, Pitney Bowes, Puget Sound Energy) share the strategic elements of the ADA accommodation process. Gain insight into the advantages and drawbacks of various approaches and what internal and external factors should be considered when making an accommodation or providing additional leave. Connect and network peer-to-peer as you share your program’s strategies, challenges, successes and failures. Come away with new ideas that help your company stay compliant with this regulation. Presenters: Michael Moses, Kaiser Permanente Hilary Mitchell, Pitney Bowes, Inc Jenny Haykin, Puget Sound Energy This session is hosted by Liberty Mutual.

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                  • Creating Psychological Health and Safety at Work

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                    Dr. Gilbert helps participants understand how to determine key psychological health indicators in an organization and provide an approach for moving towrad a more psychologically healthy environment.

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                    • 6/28/2012 T&T: The Changing Face of Disability

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                      Effective disability claims management and helping people stay at work or return to work as quickly and safely as possible is becoming increasingly difficult due to the changing face of disability. The circumstances and reasons people are filing disability claims have become more complex as the economy has receded. There are things that Employers can do to help prevent needless work disability and presenteeism. Presenters Craig Gray, V.P., Aetna Return to Work SolutionsSM Program Liz Incze, Head of Aetna’s Disability Product Development Jeff Burdick, Aetna Disability Behavioral Health Supervisor

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