Continuing Education Workshops

3-Hour Morning Workshops: 9:00 a.m.-12:00 Noon

  • Implementing Individual and Organizational Stress Interventions From an Organizational Development Approach*
    Jennifer M. Kohler, PhD, David C. Munz, PhD, and Matthew J. Grawitch, PhD, St. Louis University

  • Using a 360 Degree Approach to Work and Family Research*
    Jeanette N. Cleveland, PhD, The Pennsylvania State University; and Debra A. Major, PhD,
    Old Dominion University

  • Workplace Violence Prevention: An Integrated Approach*
    Peter Y. Chen, PhD, Jerry L. Deffenbacher, Autumn D. Krauss, MS, Colorado State University;
    and Keith James, PhD, Portland State University

  • Work, Stress, and the Impact of Comorbid Disorders on Workplace Disability
    Thomas M. Pendergrass, RN, PhD, and Leslie P. Kertay, PhD, ABPP, Unum Provident

3-Hour Afternoon Workshops: 1:00-4:00 p.m.

  • National Disability Statistics for Research, Practice, and Consultation*
    Susanne M. Bruyere, PhD, CRC, Andrew J. Houtenville, PhD, S. Antonio Ruiz-Quintanilla, PhD, and Robert R. Weathers, PhD, Cornell University

  • Developing Training Programs in Occupational Health Psychology
    Leslie B. Hammer, PhD, and Robert R. Sinclair, PhD, Portland State University

  • Introduction to Epidemiology and Research Methods for Occupational Health
    Michael E. Andrew, PhD, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health

  • Communicating With the Media in a Crisis—Points to Consider for a Natural or Intentional Outbreak of Infectious Disease and Other Traumatic Events*
    Darcie V. Ravndal, MPH, and James McCluskey, MD, MPH, University of South Florida Center for Biological Defense

6-Hour Workshop: 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. (1-hour lunch)

  • Recognizing, Coaching, and Counseling Workplace Bullying Trauma Victims*
    Gary Namie, PhD, Ruth F. Namie, PhD, and Barry M. Stein, PhD, Workplace Bullying and Trauma Institute

7-Hour Workshop: 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. (1-hour lunch)

  • Evaluating Workplace Safety and Health Interventions: A Participatory Workshop*
    Ted Scharf, PhD, and Kathleen Kowalski-Trakofler, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health; G. T. Lineberry, PhD, and Henry P. Cole, EdD, University of Kentucky; Ann K. Carruth, RN, Southeastern Louisiana University; and Dori B. Reissman, MD, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
    (Additional authors not presenting: Karen Gilmore, MPH, University of Texas Health Center at Tyler; John "Val" Valosen, BA, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; Elizabeth Kapeller, MAHS, Texas Health and Human Services Commission; Keith Bletzer, PhD, MPH, Arizona State University; and Pamela Kidd, RN, PhD (deceased), Arizona State University). Workshop attendees are encouraged to contact the workshop organizers in advance of the meeting regarding the specific concerns of their client population and possible topics for relevant case studies.