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Title: Behavioral Health: A Key to Work Force Productivity
Promo - PBRN Webinar 1-17-16 (003).pdf  (360.79 kB)  Webinar Promotional Flyer
PBRN Webinar 011717_IHPM.pdf  (3.08 MB)  Webinar Slides
PBRN session 2_0.mp4  (82.68 MB)  Webinar
External Resource/s: View Video
Authors: Sullivan, Sean, J.D.
Date: 2017-01-17
Abstract: This webinar is Part 2 in a series of webinars initiated by Employee Assistance Practice Based Research Network in response to their initial white paper, Bridging Public Health with Workplace Behavioral Health Services: A Framework for Future Research and a Stakeholder Call to Action (Bennett et al., 2015). The title of the series is The Future of Workplace Behavioral Health Research. This particular webinar is Behavioral Health: A Key to Work Force Productivity, with speaker Dr. Sean Sullivan, JD, Co-Founder and President of the Institute for Health and Productivity Management (IHPM). This presentation highlights the business case for more attention to behavioral health problems that take a larger economic toll on employers than the more obvious expenses of chronic medical conditions like diabetes and heart disease. It identifies an opportunity beyond traditional health and wellness to define and measure the emerging concept of “wellbeing” as having the greatest potential impact on health, quality of life and productivity. This webinar series is designed to broaden and deepen the conversation about EAP and Workplace Behavioral Health Services research and collaborations that can mutually benefit all service providers and those they serve.
Subject Keywords: behavioral health
employee assistance
workplace behavioral health services
Employee assistance programs
Sponsors: Employee Assistance Research Foundation, Employee Assistance Professionals Association, Employee and Assistance Society for North America.
Description: The webinar in MP4 file is best viewed on a laptop or desktop. The file is large, so you will need to have updated software and enough space to play it properly. If you have trouble opening or viewing the file, you can try to use the “External Resource” link to view the file provided and maintained by the Employee Assistance Professional Association (EAPA). Please note that it requires an up-to-date version of Adobe Connect to view.
Type: Video
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