On-Demand Webinar: RTW and Reintegrating Employees with Mental Health Issues


Date and Time

Starts:11/05/2015 12:00 AM

Ends:11/05/2056 11:30 PM

Event Type: Webcast

1 Hour Hour(s)

Price:

HRPA Members:
$50 + Taxes
Non-Members:
$65 + Taxes
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This webinar examines the challenges faced by individuals returning to work after a mental health-related leave of absence and how employers can help employees return to a productive and positive work environment.

Learn practical return-to-work rehabilitation solutions, plus strategies to combat stigma--a major barrier for successful return-to-work.

Learning objectives:

<  Learn about the prevalence, incidence and recent trends in mental illness in the working population

<  Understand the context of mental illness and work

<  Identify clear and realistic steps to help employees with mental illness return to work

Who should attend:

Who is the target audience for this program?

Anyone in the workplace involved in the RTW process of injured/ill workers: Union representatives, HR professionals, OH&S personnel, RTW coordinators, Wellness professionals, managers, directors, supervisors.

Speaker bio(s)
Olena Chapovalov

Olena Chapovalov currently holds a position of Regional Consultant at the Public Services Health & Safety Association. Olena is a Registered Nurse with over eight years of experience in the field of Occupational Health, Safety and Wellness. Olena holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology, Bachelor of Science in Nursing and a Masters of Public Health with a graduate diploma in Health Services and Policy Research. Olena has worked as an Occupational Health and Safety Nurse in Complex Continuing Care, Long-Term Care, and Canada’s largest mental health and addictions teaching hospital. Olena is passionate about bridging the gap between research and practice to advance health and safety of employees in the public services sectors.