Graham Lowe, PhD

Building Resilience for Leaders and Organizations

Successful leaders have the capacity to thrive in the face of adversity and feel confident, optimistic and hopeful about the future. These traits – which can be learned – contribute to leaders' personal well-being, and a more successful organization

Kate McCleary, MS, CHES

Employer and Employee Opinions About Workplace Health Promotion (Wellness) Programs

Kate McCleary, MS, CHES presents the current landscape of workplace health promotion (WHP) programs in the US, and employee and employer perspectives on WHP programs, leadership, and organizational supports.

Ian Cameron, PhD

The Association Of Post Motor Vehicle Crash Pain And Longer Term Health Outcomes

Motor vehicle crashes are recognized as an important cause of death and disability worldwide. There is increasing knowledge of factors associated with recovery and these are largely psychosocial in nature, with some biological aspects.

Work Wellness Institute

An Integrated Approach To Knowledge Transfer And Communication For Occupational Health And Safety

This presentation will describe a comprehensive approach to KTE that targets worker health and safety.

Caroline Biron, PhD

Organizational Stress and Wellbeing Interventions

In this webinar, Caroline Biron Ph.D. presents the results of a research project that aimed to identify the conditions facilitating and hindering the adoption by managers of management practices promoting the psychological health of their staff.

Anne Foreman​, PhD

Dogs in the Workplace: Benefits and Potential Challenges

Dogs can be a welcome addition to the work environment, but careful consideration should precede their introduction.