Training Opportunities

Innovations in Incentives and the EEOC Final Rules | August 2 | 1:00 p.m. | Art and Science of Health Promotion Webinar

The May 17 release of the EEOC Final Rules on Wellness Incentives has accelerated the pace at which incentives are being integrated into health plan premiums and wellness programs. This Art and Science of Health Promotion webinar features three of the leading experts on wellness incentives. Jim Pshock Founder, President and CEO of Bravo will review the EEOC Final Regulations. Michael O'Donnell, PhD, MBA, MPH, Editor in Chief, American Journal of Health Promotion will describe Wiki Wellness Incentive Toolkit (WikiWIT), a new tool he developed to help employers make incentive policy decisions. Karen Horgan, MBA, Co-Founder and President of VAL Health will review applications of behavioral economics to incentives structure. 

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Food Access Summit | August 24 | Columbia, SC

The second annual SC Food Access Summit will highlight efforts that improve access to healthy food for South Carolinians with limited financial resources. The summit will provide social policy tools plus training and action-oriented ideas to educate and organize participants in supporting local and state efforts to make the food system equitable for all. Session topics include advocacy and policy, farm to institution, transportation and food access, and funding healthy food projects.

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Fall Healthy Workplace Forum: Effective Communication in the Workplace | September 15 | 11:45 a.m. - 1:15 p.m. | Wyche Law Firm, Greenville, SC

Join LiveWell Greenville for the Fall Healthy Workplace Forum on Thursday, Sept. 15.  Renee Alexander will be talking about Effective Communication in the Workplace through Understanding Behavior Styles so bring your DISC Personal Strengths Profile Summary with you. This is an engaging and interactive session; you do not need to have attended the previous sessions in order to attend this Fall. Registration is $10 and includes a healthy lunch from Babaziki Mediterranean Grill.  

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HERO Forum | September 27-29 | Atlanta, GA

HERO (Health Enhancement Research Organization) strives to promote a culture of health and performance through employer leadership. This year’s forum will focus on “Leading in Well-Being: Workplaces Influencing the Health of Families, Employees, and Communities.”

Attendees can:

Experience small-format workshops to drill down deep into the details of design and implementation of employee health programs. HERO brings you an unbiased, evidence-based, employer-focused view on managing employee health.

Hear from the industry’s top innovators in hands-on workshops.

Create a new level of engagement by learning and networking with leading thinkers.

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Save the Date: USC’s Healthy Campus Summit | October 12 | University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC

Save the date for the University of South Carolina’s annual Healthy Campus Summit—a free one-day conference providing colleges and universities with information, tools and resources for engaging a campus community for the benefit of creating a healthy campus environment. The theme of this year’s summit will be Healthy Equity. Look for more information in next month’s eNewsletter.

 

13th Annual SC Obesity Summit | October 24 | Brookland Banquet and Conference Center, West Columbia, SC

Early bird registration for the 13th Annual South Carolina Obesity Summit is open now through September 30. Save $15 by taking advantage of the early bird rate. This year, we're expecting more than 275 public health, education, government, and health care professionals. Don't miss out on this opportunity to learn about health equity in the healthy eating, active living world!  

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10th Annual Southern Obesity Summit | November 13-15 | Houston, TX

Registration is now open for the Southern Obesity Summit, the largest regional obesity prevention event in the United States, drawing hundreds of participants from 16 Southern states.

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Archived Webinars 

If you're unable to join in on a Working Well or WorkHealthy America webinar of interest, you can check out the recorded version online. Archived WorkHealthy America webinars are located here.

Healthy Workplaces, Healthy Families Webinar

This archived webinar from ChangeLab Solutions explores workplace policies that prioritize maternal and child health.

Access the slides for this archived webinar here

 


Released:
07-27-2016 10:30 (EDT)