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Schedule

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

9:15 – 10:45 am
General session
TOC the walk and walk the TOC: Applying test of change (TOC) to our lives and our wellness programs
Mitch Martens, Employee Wellness Administrator, Cedars-Sinai Health System
11 am – Noon
Concurrent sessions
Take 5 and thrive (repeated day 2)
Mitch Martens, Employee Wellness Administrator, Cedars-Sinai
Safer, healthier workers: Practical interventions for the worksite that can improve worker health and wellbeing (repeated day 2)
Constance C. Franklin, MPA, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Sleep issues for shift workers (repeated day 2)
Stephen James, PhD, Assistant Research Professor, Washington State University Health Sciences Spokane
Wellness programs at work the AWC way
(AWC Employee Benefit Trust members only)
Kris Haugen, MPH, Fresh Idea Health
1 – 2:30 pm
Concurrent sessions
Celebrating WellCity success and raising the bar for wellness engagement
(AWC Employee Benefit Trust members only)
Beverly Lakey, Trust Program Manager, AWC
KayCee Moe, Manager of Growth and Development, ADURO
Jon Smith, Health Promotion Consultant, AWC
Megan Caldwell, Customer Success Manager, Jiff
Niki Charneski, Health Promotion Specialist, AWC
Putting the I back in rIsk
(For state agencies and organizations covered by the Washington Wellness Program only)
Mitch Martens, Employee Wellness Administrator, Cedars-Sinai
  • No materials available for this session
The marketing secrets to increasing employee engagement: How one company went from 15% to 90% participation (repeated day 2)
Kerwynn Prinzing, Worksite Wellness Network
2:45 – 3:30 pm
General session
All you need is love
Marie-Josée Shaar, Wellness & Motivational Speaker, Smarts and Stamina
  • No materials available for this session

Thursday, March 23, 2017

9:30 – 10:15 am
General session
Achieving purposeful health promotion
Marie-Josée Shaar, Wellness & Motivational Speaker, Smarts and Stamina
10:30 – 11:30 am
Concurrent sessions
Take 5 and thrive (repeated from day 1)
Mitch Martens, Employee Wellness Administrator, Cedars-Sinai
Safer, healthier workers: Practical interventions for the worksite that can improve worker health and well-being (repeated from day 1)
Constance C. Franklin, MPA, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Striving for financial wellness: Tools & tips to make it happen
Matt Mormino, CFP, Brighton Jones
  • No materials available for this session
Achieving a culture of wellness through policies, environment and engagement
Moderator: Kris Haugen, MPH
Panel: Diane Evans, MA, CHES, Laurell Kaiser, Bergen Roberts
Laurell Kaiser, Wellness Program Supervisor, Skills Inc.
Bergen Roberts, Wellness Manager, Trident Seafoods
12:45 – 1:30 pm
General session
Rx it’s good to be good: Prescribing volunteerism for happiness, health, resilience & longevity
Stephen G. Post, PhD, Stony Brook University School of Medicine
1:45 – 2:45 pm
Concurrent sessions
Designing sustainable behavior change with habit design
Michael Kim, Habit Design
  • No materials available for this session
Rx it’s good to be good: Prescribing volunteerism for happiness, health, resilience & longevity (continued)
Stephen G. Post, PhD, Stony Brook University School of Medicine
  • No materials available for this session
Sleep issues for shift workers (repeated from day 1)
Stephen James, PhD, Assistant Research Professor, Washington State University Health Sciences Spokane
Successful wellness programs 101: The essential first steps
Kiley Bijlani and Allison Emery, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of Washington
3 – 4 pm
Concurrent sessions
Opportunities to improve preventive care in Washington State: The role of employers and consumers
Susie Dade, MPA, Washington Health Alliance
Mindful eating at work
Chelsey Lindahl, RD,CSSD,CD, MultiCare Center for Healthy Living & Health Equity
Wellness programs in 2017: How to comply with the new EEOC rules and other legal considerations
Kiran Griffith, Perkins-Coie
The marketing secrets to increasing employee engagement: How one company went from 15% to 90% participation (repeated from day 1)
Kerwynn Prinzing, Worksite Wellness Network
  • No materials available for this session
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