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Title: What Employers Can do to Address Addiction in the Workplace
PBRN 9-18-18 Webinar - Promo_ver 8-10-18.pdf  (190.38 kB)  Webinar Promotional Flyer
PBRN Webinar Opioids + the workforce 9-18-18 .pptx  (13.31 MB)  Webinar Slides
Other Titles: Workplace Responses to Today's Opioid Crisis
Authors: Goplerud, Eric N.
Date: 2018-09-18
Abstract: This webinar is Part 4 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 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 Workplace Responses to Today's Opioid Crisis. This presentation, What Employers Can do to Address Addiction in the Workplace, is authored by Dr. Eric Goplerud, Adjunct Research Professor at George Washington University. In the presentation, Dr.Goplerud highlights the impact of the opioid epidemic on the workplace and addresses potential preventions, treatments, and supports for those with a substance use disorder.
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: Please note that the accompanying audio recording was not of high quality and will be re-recorded at a later date.
Type: Poster/Presentation
Appears in Collections:Employee Assistance Archive School of Social Work

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