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    Trainees take a trip to Fort Carson Army Base

    Mar 29, 2022
    Trainees from our Mountain & Plains Education and Research Center (MAP ERC) recently took an old-school field trip to Fort Carson Army Base. These types of practical, unique learning opportunities are available in abundance to MAP ERC trainees. Each of the center’s six occupational safety and health graduate programs place great importance on interdisciplinary education and first-hand experiences. Our programs prioritize helping students understand and encounter the roles they could have (or work closely with) after graduation.
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    Colorado is reopening again. But, this time, it feels a little more realOpens in a new window

    Mar 7, 2022
    With 90% of Coloradans immune to Omicron and the state transitioning to an endemic response plan, COVID-19 restrictions are more relaxed than ever. Despite this positive news, public health experts recommend remaining adaptable due to the ever changing nature of the pandemic.
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    Alumni Spotlight: Silpa Krefft

    Mar 3, 2022
    Our center stands on three pillars: Research, Education, and Practice. One of the many ways we strive to protect workers is by educating and training future leaders in occupational health and safety. To kick off our Alumni Spotlight series highlighting our graduated trainees, we interviewed Silpa Krefft, a pulmonary and critical care physician and researcher specializing in occupational and environmental lung diseases.
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    Burning Bright(ly) vs. Burning Out: Staying Mentally and Physically Healthy in Today’s Work EnvironmentOpens in a new window

    Feb 23, 2022
    The Great Resignation and the pandemic have created historic labor shortages. Everyone is trying to do more with less, in many cases while still working remotely. How can you avoid burnout? Here are some strategies for you and your team.
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    Black History Month through Earl Dotter’s workplace lens

    Feb 23, 2022
    Occupational photojournalist Earl Dotter walks through his career photographing the faces and working conditions of Americans. We explore its ties to Black History Month and the 2022 theme of Black Health and Well-being.
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    Student Spotlight: Emily Sharpe

    Dec 6, 2021
    Emily Sharpe works full time as the Living Well Program Director at TIAA, along with serving as mayor of her town, Elon, North Carolina. See why she chose to earn a Certificate in Total Worker Health from the Colorado School of Public Health.
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  • Miranda Dally

    Miranda Dally gets down with data

    Nov 22, 2021
    Miranda Dally is neither a doctor nor a lawyer. As a first-generation college graduate, she was raised with the expectation that she would go to college but was not entirely sure what college could offer. She never anticipated that her journey in academics would lead her down the path of becoming a biostatistician, research instructor, and DrPH candidate working in international occupational and environmental health.
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    The impact of Total Worker Health® advising among small-to-medium-sized businesses

    Nov 11, 2021
    Researchers from the Center for Health, Work & Environment have published a paper in Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine studying the impact of 1-on-1 advising on Total Worker Health. The study is one of the first to examine how Total Worker Health framework consultation impacts the way organizations adopt and improve workplace policies and practices for worker health and safety.
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    Health Links™ 2021 Annual Event: Celebrating Total Worker Health®

    Nov 2, 2021
    Each year, Health Links celebrates Colorado employers committed to workplace health, safety, and well-being. This year’s virtual event aptly honored the award winners and finalists for their achievements in the workplace while providing attendees the opportunity to network and gain inspiration from other employers. With award celebrations sprinkled throughout the day, attendees participated in a variety of workshops ands continuing education sessions held by academic and industry experts.
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    Human Side of Work: A glimpse into the working lives of others

    Oct 21, 2021
    Through our research, education, and practice, we work hard to represent workers from all backgrounds and in all industries. But who are the people behind the work? Human Side of Work is a project dedicated to capturing the faces, stories, and day-to-day lives of a diverse workforce.
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