Work, Stress and Health 2019

Work, Stress and Health 2019 in Philadelphia

Many of our faculty and staff are attending the American Psychological Association’s 2019 Work, Stress and Health Conference this week from November 6th to 9th. Every two years, researchers and practitioners come together to discuss and learn about the ever-changing nature of work and how these changes impact worker safety, health and well-being. This year our faculty and staff will participate in presentations, panels and poster presentations. If you are at the conference this week, come see us.  View the entire program for Work, Stress and Health. Below is a list of our presentation schedule.

November 7th – 9th from 8:00 – 9:00am
Poster presentations given by

  • A Broadened Examination of The Dyadic Spillover-Crossover Model. Jacquelyn M. Brady, Leslie B. Hammer, Marjaana Sianoja, Mina Westman, Cynthia D. Mohr
  • Active Workplace Study: Research to Practice. Sara Wild, Courtney Donovan, Mary Beth Barnum, Rachel Cohen, Anjali Rameshbabu, Helen Schuckers, Ginger Hanson, Brad Wipfli PhD

November 7th from 1:00 – 2:15pm
Total Worker Health in Small Businesses
Moderator: Jacquelyn M. Brady

November 8th from 1:00 – 2:15pm
Leadership as a Resource for Work Life
Paper: A Multi-level Model of Unit Work-Family Resources and Employee Well-being
Jacquelyn M. Brady and Leslie B. Hammer

November 8th from 2:30  3:45pm
Applied Health & Safety Research Projects, Challenges, and Recommendations
Independence Ballroom B
Stephanie Andel, Rebecca Brossoit, Shalene Allen , Drake Terry, Krista Brockwood, Leslie Hammer

November 8th from 4:00 – 5:30pm
Approaches that Accelerate Research to Practice: Lessons learned from NIOSH Total Worker Health Centers
Independence Ballroom CD
Anjali Rameshbabu, Dede Montgomery, Helen Schuckers

November 9th from 10:30  11:45am
Starting (or Changing) a Research Program: The Experience of Veteran Researchers?
Independence Ballroom CD
Leslie Hammer et al.

November 9th from 1:00  2:15pm
Improving employees’ health through supervisor support
Philadelphia Ballroom North
Brad Wipfli, Ryan Olson, Leslie Hammer

Leadership as a Resource for Work Life
Paper: A Multi-level Model of Unit Work-Family Resources and Employee Well-being
Jacquelyn M. Brady and Leslie Hammer

20/20 Vision: What does the future hold for safety culture/safety climate
Philadelphia Ballroom South
Emily Huang et al.

November 9th from 2:30  3:45pm
Intervention Approaches for Varying Sedentary Occupations
Salon 5/6
Brad Wipfli, Ryan Olson, Layla Mansfield

Total Worker Health events at Work stress and Health
November 7th, 12:00-12:45 pm in the Philadelphia Ballroom North, Total Worker Health® (TWH) Professionals Collaborative Meeting
November 8th, 8:00 – 9:00 am in the Liberty Ballroom B, Total Worker Health Book signing

Dr. Anjali Rameshbabu PhD representing Oregon Healthy Workforce Center at Work, Stress and Health 2019
Dr. Anjali Rameshbabu PhD representing Oregon Healthy Workforce Center at Work, Stress and Health 2019

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