Experts to Speak at West Virginia University on Total Worker Health

Listen to the “Total Worker Health® Strategies for the Future of Work” session in person or online.

On December 2, 2022, West Virginia University’s School of Public Health will host a session on “Total Worker Health® Strategies for the Future of Work.”

According to a news release from the school, the one-hour presentation from12 to 1 p.m. will feature  Coordinator for Partnership and New Opportunity Development Chia-Chia Chang, MBA, MPH and Director of the Office for Total Worker Health L. Casey Chosewood, MD, MPH.

The free session is open to the public in person at the WVU Health Sciences Campus and online, according to a second news release.

In 2011, NIOSH launched Total Worker Health. This initiative focuses on the well-being of workers—not just their physical health and safety at work—and hinges on the idea “that work is a social determinant of health,” per NIOSH’s website. Earlier this year, the Society of Total Worker Health was launched.

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