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Date: June 1-3, 2017
Main Event: University of British Columbia
Satellite Sites: University of Northern British Columbia (Prince George)
UBC, Okanagan Campus (Kelowna)
Late-Breaking Case Studies and Scientific Abstracts
We are accepting late-breaking case studies and abstract submissions for poster presentation.
Abstracts are considered "late-breaking" if the works meet the following criteria:
- Scientific abstracts: The research must be new and of sufficient scientific importance to merit special consideration after the standard abstract deadline.
- Case studies: The case study must be original and of sufficient importance to conference themes for consideration.
- Late-breaking abstracts must not have been presented, accepted for presentation, or published in any other scientific venue.
Submission deadline: March 26, 2017
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This multidisciplinary conference brings together business/labour leadership and other stakeholders who play a role in creating and sustaining safe, healthy, and productive workplaces learning from current research and practice.
Senior business and labour leadership, human resource managers, occupational health and safety professionals, frontline workers, public and private insurers, disability / wellness coordinators, health professionals, policy-makers, and academic researchers (business, health sciences)
Conference Program Format
The conference includes keynote and general sessions, academic and stakeholder panel discussions, concurrent topic-based breakout sessions, and poster sessions. More details
- Workplace and worker risk and protective factors for work absence
- Workplace assessment – credible tools/instruments
- Older workers, chronic disease, episodic disease and work participation
- Mental health, musculoskeletal health
- Environmental/psychosocial hazards and interventions
- Case management, return to work coordination, early intervention
- Role of leadership/supervisors/managers
- Workplace accommodation and social inclusion
- Stay at Work Initiatives
- Strategies and tools to enhance safety culture and organizational change
- Bullying and incivility interventions
- Enhancing communication with internal/external stakeholders
- Multidisciplinary work rehabilitation services
- Impact of sex and gender on RTW outcomes, implications for policy and practice
- Information systems for accountability
- Work productivity and disability prevention interventions
- Wellness and health promotion
- Showcase your workplace initiatives