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Earn continuing education credits at Work, Stress and Health Conference #wsh2017

Psychologists attending the Work, Stress and Health Conference can earn up to 14.5 hours of continuing education credit. There are dozens of sessions to choose from during the three days of the conference, all for a single fee of $60.
Unlimited CE credit will be offered for designated conference sessions. A single fee of $60 allows you to earn CE credits for as many of these identified conference sessions as you would like to
Sessions offering CE credits for psychologists have been reviewed and approved by the American Psychological Association Continuing Education in Psychology Office. The APA CEP
Office maintains responsibility for the content of the sessions. Full attendance at each session is required to receive CE credit.
Learn more about the conference and how to register at
Sessions that are approved for CE
Thursday, June 8
9:30-10:45 AM
Worker well-being: Concept, measurement, impact (Paper Panel Session)
Overlapping vulnerabilities in the creation of occupational health disparities: Knowledge base, opportunities, and recommendations for future research (Symposium)
Safety training and intervention effectiveness (Paper Panel Session)
Successful recovery from burnout (Symposium)
11 AM-12:15 PM
Implementing integrated approaches to Total Worker Health® in different national contexts (Symposium)
Mental health and psychological well-being in the workplace (Paper Panel Session)
Organizational and Individual outcomes of workplace mistreatment and bullying (Paper Panel Session)
1:30-2:45 PM
Metrics of Integration for Total Worker Health® Initiatives (Symposium)
Novel approaches to safety climate research (Symposium)
Measurement Challenges and Opportunities Regarding Job Burnout (Symposium)
Individual and job-related factors linked to well-being at work (Paper Panel Session)
3-4:30 PM
Balancing Well-Being and Effectiveness: Practical Challenges to Optimize Success (Interactive Paper Session)
Stress and health risk factors (Paper Panel Session)
Advancing Participation in Health Research and Practice with Minority and Immigrant Workers (Symposium)
Friday, June 9
9:30-10:45 AM
The Harvard/NIOSH TWH Center of Excellence: Research innovations in healthcare, construction, and small/medium-sized businesses (Symposium)
Leadership in healthcare: Influence on climate, performance, and well-being (Paper Panel Session)
11 AM-12:15 PM
Participatory Action Research in Corrections: Individual and organizational factors affecting health behavior and employee well-being (Symposium)
Illustrating key principles for designing, implementing and evaluating interventions in organizations (Symposium)
Firefighters and Miners: Environmental Factors and Interventions to promote Occupational Safety and Health (Paper Panel Session)
1:30-2:45 PM
HealthPartners Experience in Promoting Emotional Resilience in a Large Health Care Workforce (Symposium)
Improving Occupational Safety and Health Training for Vulnerable Workers (Symposium)
Stress and mental health in police populations (Paper Panel Session)
3-4:30 PM
Incivility, bullying and their links to well-being and performance (Paper Panel Session)
Workplace practices, interventions, and leadership support to promote work-life balance and well-being (Paper Panel Session)
Safety climate measurement and assessment (Paper Panel Session)
Saturday, June 10
9:30-10:45 AM
Effectiveness of Total Worker Health® interventions and dissemination strategies of the Oregon Healthy Workforce (Symposium)
Understanding the needs of the aging workforce (Paper Panel Session)
Bullying and violence and environmental hazards in healthcare settings (Paper Panel Session)
11 AM-12:15 PM
Latino Immigrants at Work: Challenges and Perspectives (Symposium)
1:30-2:45 PM
Trauma-Informed Best Practices for Responding to Workplace Bullying and Mobbing (Symposium)

Source: company psych