Algorithms and the Future of Work

April 3, 2023 (1:10pm-1:50pm ET) | Online via Zoom

Hosted by the Harvard Center for Work, Health, & Well-being and Harvard Education and Research Center (ERC), Dr. John Howard, MD, MPH, JD, Director of the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), will present on Algorithms and the Future of Work. Learning objectives include: 1) discuss the algorithms (e.g., the types and roles) which are embedded in workplaces (e.g., in systems, equipment, and processes); 2) describe the risks related to the healthy, safety, and well-being of workers from algorithms operating in the work environment; and 3) explain the various ways that algorithmic risks can be addressed (i.e., mitigated, controlled or eliminated) through various government mechanisms.

AOHC 2023

April 16-19, 2023 | Philadelphia, PA

The American Occupational Health Conference (AOHC) is the premier professional meeting for physicians and other health professionals who have an interest in the fields of occupational and environmental medicine (OEM).

Total Worker Health®: Advancing Worker Well-Being in the Workplace

May 1-5, 2023 | Virtual (online) Training

This virtual course is offered in collaboration with the Oregon Healthy Workforce Center and Portland State University University Occupational Health Psychology and Total Worker Health Program. It serves as a standalone introductory course and is the key required course for OHWC's TWH Certificate Program.

Surveillance, Monitoring, and Data Gathering in Contemporary Employment

May 2-3, 2023 (9am-3pm PT) | Virtual (online) Conference

The California Labor Lab hosts Surveillance, Monitoring, and Data Gathering in Contemporary Employment, a virtual conference designed to describe the extent of the use of technologies in work, how they are used and why, and what impacts are on workers and firms. 

Evidence Informed Resources to Address Worker Stress and Trauma Among Correctional Workforce

May 10, 2023 (1pm-2pm ET) | Online via Zoom

This webinar is part of the ongoing Total Worker Health® Trends: Expert Webinar Series. Correctional staff working in jails and prisons are at risk for adverse mental health sequelae, including stress, burnout, and psychological distress from traumatic events experienced on the job. Guest speakers, Mazen El Ghaziri PhD and Lisa Jaegers PhD will discuss best practices and propose innovative solutions to reduce correctional staff trauma and organizational stress in U.S. jail and prison settings based on the findings from a scoping review and national survey.

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 AIHce Expo 2023

 May 22–24, 2023 | Phoenix Convention Center | Phoenix, AZ

The American Industrial Hygiene Conference and Expo (AIHce EXP) is the premier destination   for OEHS professionals to share new ideas and learn strategies needed to protect worker   health.

2023 Total Worker Health® Peer Learning Series #3: Government & Public Sector

May 25, 2023 (12pm-1:30pm MT) | Online via Zoom

This peer learning series will elevate evidence-based practices and highlight professionals who are actively applying the Total Worker Health (TWH) approach within their organizations and workforce. The goal is to provide a forum for peer-to-peer learning. Each event focuses on a specific industry or topic related to TWH. 

Work, Stress, and Health

November 8-11, 2023 | Miami, FL

Work, Stress, and Health is a multidisciplinary conference organized by the American Psychological Association, the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, and the Society for Occupational Health Psychology that spans a wide variety of fields.

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