This event has been rescheduled for July 16, 2020 online. Register here!
The Missouri Council for Activity and Nutrition (MOCAN) will host a 2020 conference centered on “Building a Healthy and Productive Missouri Workforce”. This conference will raise awareness of the connections between community health status and workforce development at local, regional, and statewide levels. Workplaces are an essential piece to every community operating system. Whether it be hospitals, schools, or local industries, workplaces are an everyday destination for community members and research demonstrates that a supportive and healthy work environment not only has positive health impacts among employees but also improves productivity. No matter the size, businesses and employers play a vital role in a community health system. Our conference will identify opportunities to improve workforce health for a diverse range of Missouri businesses, and provide networking opportunities and resources to help businesses establish or improve worker health and productivity.
What’s on the agenda?
- Exploring and applying practical tools to improve and promote healthy workplaces
- Introducing worker health across the lifespan
- Reviewing comprehensive investment strategies
- Addressing job stress, burnout, and mental health
- Panel discussion with awarded wellness programs in Missouri
- Recognizing the 2020 Missouri WorkWell Awardees
Who should attend?
Missouri professionals interested in supporting and improving employee health and productivity.
- Employers, wellness coordinators and HR professionals for schools, hospitals or local businesses
- Four hours of continuing education units (CEUs) are expected for dietitians, nurses, society of human resource management (SHRM) and certified health education specialist (CHES) professionals
A special thanks to our conference sponsors!
Interested in sponsoring? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Conference Contact: Sherry Davisson, email@example.com, 573-882-2184
|Date: Wednesday, July 29, 2020|
|Virtual Exhibit Hall: 7:30 AM|
|Event Program: 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM|
|National surveys show that mental health has suffered significantly as a result of COVID-19, with U.S. adults reporting unprecedented levels of negative emotions, including worry, sadness, anger, and loneliness. As businesses shift to plans for reopening, support for employee mental well-being, emotional recovery, and ongoing resilience will be critical. Join the St. Louis Area Business Health Coalition and over 300 employer and health care leaders for a virtual conference to discuss innovative strategies to increase awareness, decrease stigma, and create a culture of health, both during and after a global pandemic.|