Upcoming Events

Working Well has created new webinars for the month of October. Topics covered during next month's webinar series include infomation on the Patient Quit Tobacco System, Re-assessing your Current Worksite Wellness Programs, Educating Employees on Physical Activity, and The Role of Behavioral Health Care in Tobacco Dependance Treatment.

Tuesdays (1 PM): Learn about the Patient Quit Tobacco System

Want to learn more about NC Prevention Partners’ new Patient Quit Tobacco System?  This executive level planning tool will help assess, enhance and evaluate hospitals’ policies and protocols for treating tobacco use and dependence. Weekly webinars will provide you with an overview of how the Patient Quit Tobacco System can help your hospital advance a Quit-Tobacco Initiative for patients that parallels the efforts you’re making with Working Well.  Webinars will occur each Tuesday at 1 PM throughout October.

To register for the date that works best for you, visit the NC Prevention Partners’ event calendar.

 

Thursday, October 6: Using WorkHealthy AmericaSM to Reassess Your Wellness Program (3:30 – 4:30 PM)

Most South Carolina hospitals took the WorkHealthy AmericaSM assessment in 2010.  Now it’s time to reassess your employee wellness program to see how the changes you have made have affected your grade and to update your action plan to determine the next steps to making healthier employees.  This webinar will provide you with an overview of recent updates to WorkHealthy AmericaSM,  guide you through retaking your assessment, and give you a map of where to go from there.

Click here for more information or to register.

 

Thursday, October 13: Educating Employees about Physical Activity

Join this webinar to learn more about strategies that have been shown to increase employee awareness of the importance of leading an active lifestyle and to help employees identify opportunities to be physically active at work. Guest speakers will discuss point-of-decision prompts to encourage people to get more physical activity, education campaigns to educate employees about the importance of physical activity, and opportunities to educate employees about worksite policies and benefits that support physically active employees.

Click here for more information or to register.

 

Wednesday, October 19: The Role of Behavioral Health Care in Tobacco Dependence Treatment (1:30 – 2:30 PM)

NC Prevention Partners welcomes Gregory Miller, MD, Medical Director for Adult Services at the New York State Office of Mental Health. Dr. Miller will talk about why tobacco cessation is vital for those with a mental health diagnosis, and discuss ways to treat tobacco use dependence in this vulnerable population.  Join us for this webinar, which has been rescheduled from its earlier date in August.

Click here for more information or to register.


Released:
09-26-2011 03:19 (EDT)