Time: Oct 30, 2020 11:00 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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Dr. Vicki Kristman
Lynda Fraser and Susan Armstrong
Thunder Bay District Health Unit
The Superior Mental Wellness @ Work project is a two-year multi-component initiative aimed at promoting workplace environments that reduce psychological hazards and maintain positive mental health for employees in Thunder Bay and District. Research and evaluation was integrated throughout the project. In this presentation, members of the project team provide an overview of the project and outline results of the overall program evaluation. They also share the outcomes of the training sessions included in the project to support the implementation of the National Standard for Psychological Health and Safety in the workplace. Also discussed are focus groups results that reveal the facilitators, barriers and needs of worksite leaders to enhance employee mental wellness.
All are welcome to join us. The seminar may be attended in-person or via live stream. Live stream details will be provided upon registration. Please note that continuing education credits are not given for online attendance of an IWH speaker series event.
Please register at: www.iwh.on.ca/events/speaker-series/2018-may-29
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ABOUT THE INSTITUTE FOR WORK & HEALTH (IWH)
The Institute for Work & Health is an independent, not-for-profit research organization. Our mission is to promote, protect and improve the safety and health of working people by conducting actionable research that is valued by employers, workers and policy-makers.
The Gerontology Club at Lakehead University has arranged a presentation from the Alzheimer Society to talk about Dementia as part of Alzheimer Awareness month. Light snacks and refreshments will be provided.
To sign up to attend the event, please use the link provided below.
A copy of Umme's thesis is available for review in SN1006, Thunder Bay campus.
A copy of Mary's thesis is available for review in SN1006, Thunder Bay campus.
Mr.Ranjit Baboolal, a Master of Health Sciences candidate in the Department of Health Sciences, will present his Thesis Proposal, "Indigenous families' perspective of their healthcare provider's attitude to support their resilience during the autism spectrum diagnostic process for their child: A Critical Hermeneutic Approach", on:
DATE: Monday, November 18th, 2019
TIME: 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm (EST)
LOCATION: ATAC 3004
Ranjit's Thesis Committee members are Dr. Rebecca Schiff, Supervisor; Dr. Anna Kone, and Dr. Lana Ray
A copy of Ranjit's thesis is available for review in SN1006, Thunder Bay campus.