The International Symposium to Advance Total Worker Health® will bring together an audience of safety and health professionals, employers, researchers, policymakers, labor representatives and members of the academic community.
The symposium will be held in-person from October 11-14, 2022 at the National Institute’s of Health (NIH) headquarters in Bethesda, Maryland. Attendees will learn and examine opportunities to make workplaces safer and improve the health and well-being of the global workforce.
This two and a half day symposium includes general and concurrent sessions. Sessions with keynote speakers and speakers are selected for both oral or poster presentations. Virtual conference passes will also be available.
Oregon Healthy Workforce Center members will be giving presentations at the International Symposium to Advance Total Worker Health®. Some of the presenters and talks include:
- Drs. Nicole Bowles, Emily Huang, David Hurtado and Ryan Olson – Current Research Projects within Oregon Healthy Workforce Center
- Drs. Leslie Hammer and Anjali Rameshbabu – Using the Total Worker Health® Approach to Support Worker Physical and Mental Health
- Dr. Leslie Hammer – Integrated Approaches to Mental Health in the Workforce
- Dr. Anjali Rameshbabu – Accelerating Research to Practice: Connect with NIOSH Total Worker Health® Centers
- Dede Montgomery – Lessons Learned from Total Worker Health® training of Occupational Safety and Health Professionals
This multidisciplinary conference is aimed at researchers, experts and practitioners in occupational safety and health, social sciences, public health, wellness, psychology and all worker/workplace health and safety stakeholders.
View the full agenda here.
Early bird pricing is now available through August 31st. Regular registration will close September 30. Visit the International Symposium to Advance Total Worker Health® website to learn more and to register.