Fergal O'Hagan, PhD-Senior Lecturer, Department of Psychology, Trent University, Registered Kinesiologist, College of Kinesiologists, Ontario and Disability Management & Professional Development Consultant, Lifemark Health
This webinar will focus on ways to support working age individuals with cardiovascular disease in order for them to enjoy a safe, rewarding and productive work life.
Linda Sharp, PhD-Professor of Cancer Epidemiology, Institute of Health & Society at Newcastle University, UK
This webinar will discuss the experiences of work participation after cancer in people who are self-employed – an area which has largely been neglected in research.
Joan L. Bottorff PhD and John L. Oliffe, PhD-University of British Columbia
Presentation of findings from a project that engaged Indigenous men and key stakeholders in guiding cultural adaptations to a smoking cessation program for fathers. This research provides a model for developing gender-specific health programs with men.
Saskia Duijts, PhD-Program Leader, Oncology - University Medical Center in Groning, NL
What is the state of ‘cancer and work’ research, and what are the necessary next steps? This question as well as ‘are we getting any closer to sustained employability of cancer survivors’ will be addressed.
Kimberly Jinnett, PhD-Affiliate Faculty, Institute for Health and Aging, School of Nursing, University of California, San Francisco
Learn about the connections between work and health, and current research on improving worker health. This work has been featured in a special issue of Health Affairs.
Rebecca Purc-Stephenson, PhD-Associate Professor of Psychology, University of Alberta
This webinar describes the common challenges employees with arthritis face at work, and the strategies they use to maintain employment.
Eleonor Fransson, PhD-Associate Professor School of Health and Welfare, Jönköping University, Sweden
This webinar will present what is known about established risk factors for stroke and what has been found in recent research on the associations between psychosocial work environment and the risk for stroke.
Werner Becker, MD-Professor Emeritus, Department of Clinical Neurosciences at the Cumming School of Medicine, University of Calgary
Chronic migraine causes significant disability for many people so it is important that it be appropriately diagnosed and treated.
Arif Jetha, PhD-Associate Scientist, Institute for Work & Health
A chronic episodic disease can be a source of unpredictability that add to the challenges Millennials face in finding and sustaining employment.
Tuesday, August 8, 2017 at 11:00 AM PDT, 2:00 PM EDT
Patricia Poulin, Ph.D., C.Psych. -Clinical Professor, Psychology, Faculty of Social Sciences -University of Ottawa
This webinar will explore the use of mindfulness-based intervention in chronic neuropathic pain conditions, with results from two recently completed clinical trials demonstrating intervention effectiveness.
J. Curtis Nickel MD, FRCSC - Professor, Department of Urology, Queen’s University
Dr. Nickel will provide an overview of Interstitial Cystitis/Bladder Pain Syndrome (IC/BPS) and some of the complications that can make diagnosis and treatment challenging and share insight into best treatment practices.
August 23, 2016 - 4:00pm PDT, 7:00pm EDT
Suzanne Broadbent, PhD-Senior Lecturer, Clinical Exercise Physiology, Southern Cross University
Dr. Broadbent will provide an over view of exercise management for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and discuss current research describing the most effective types of exercise practices to use.
Linda Li, PT, PhD-Director, Arthritis, Joint Health & Knowledge Translation Research Program, University of British Columbia
Dr. Linda Li will discuss current research about wearable technologies (FitBit, iWatch, etc) and the possible advantages and disavantages for getting people with arthritis moving.
Colleen E. Carney, C.Psych. -Associate Professor and Director of the Sleep and Depression Laboratory at Ryerson University
Dr. Colleen Carney will review research on pain and insomnia and how cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) for insomnia can help those with pain and insomnia.
Andreas Goebel, MD-Assistant Professor in Pain Medicine at the University of Liverpool
In this webinar, Dr Andreas Goebel provides an overview of the diagnosis, treatment, and management of complex regional pain syndrome (crps).
Kristin Baker, PhD-Assistant Research Professor, Center for Enhancing Activity and Participation among Persons with Arthritis (ENACT), Boston University
Dr. Kristin Baker discusses the ways that nutrition contributes to inflammation related to arthritis.
Dwight Moulin, MD-Professor, Departments of Clinical Neuro Sciences and Oncology, University of Western Ontario
Dr. Moulin will discuss the changes that happen when a person develops nerve pain, the symptoms of nerve pain, and how it can be managed.
Gordon Robinson, MD-Clinical Professor and Director of Undergraduate Education, Division of Neurology at the University of British Columbia
Migraine is the most common headache in the general population. Watch this webinar to learn about research has led to a better understanding of migraine and its treatment.
Catherine Allaire MD, FRCSC-Medical Director, BC Women’s Centre for Pelvic Pain & Endometriosis
Dr. Allaire talks about the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of pelvic pain.
Louise Lydon, B.Sc., B.Sc. OT-Occupational Therapist, Musculoskeletal Injury Prevention Team, Vancouver Coastal Health
This webinar presents current research on fatigue and discusses strategies and tools to help you identify fatigue triggers. *Held in conjunction with our 28th AGM
Connie A. Luedtke, MA, RN-BC-Nursing Supervisor, Mayo Clinic Pain Rehabilitation Center and Mayo Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Clinic
Pulling from her 25 years of experience studying fibromyalgia, Connie Luedtke will dispel some of the myths about fibromyalgia and give us up-to-date information on its diagnosis and treatment.
Jordan Miller, MSc PT-Registered Physiotherapist
Learn about the current understanding of neck pain and what treatment options are available.