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    Join Dr. Hester Dunlop as she discusses how to reduce stigma in the workplace related to mental health.

    This engaging one hour awareness webinar will review how chronic stress and cumulative trauma can impact our bodies, emotions and mind. The webinar will explore occupational stress injuries that are particularly relevant to front line health and first responders including PTSD, compassion fatigue, secondary trauma and moral injuries.

    It will also contrast how acute trauma vs. cumulative trauma can have an impact on people. This will lead to a fulsome discussion about the language we use and how it can affect us and the people around us impacting our willingness to recognize what is going on and our willingness to reach out for help.

    Finally it will share steps that can be taken at the organizational level to reduce stigma in the workplace.


  • Return to Work - Claims Management and Privacy Classroom Training

    Length: Half day

    Continuing Education Credits: N/A

    "PSHSA’s Return to Work: Claims Management and Privacy is a half day course provides information for persons responsible for managing the return to work program. It is designed to provide basic information for managing the RTW process including return to suitable employment in a timely matter. Specifically, this course will walk participants through the life of claim until the end of the claim process including a focus on privacy, confidentiality.

    Course Objectives:

    By the end of this course, participants will be able to identify and describe; Describe the steps involved in case management and implementation of the Return to Work program including:

    • Benefits of disability management
    • Life of a claim
    • Managing the RTW program
    • Role of the supervisor in RTW process
    • Privacy, Confidentiality & the Return to Work Process