Events

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We lead in-person trainings and webinars on topics ranging from industrial hygiene to stress management. We also host visiting scholars for educational seminars, put on an annual Research Day Symposium featuring student research, and bring together businesses from across the state at our annual Health Links® event.
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Join Health Links for weekly town hall webcasts featuring the latest COVID-19 information and guidance for employers and individuals presented by expert faculty and alumni from the Colorado School of Public Health and the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. If you are unable to watch the live webcast, please register, and we will send you a link to view the recording.
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Research Day brings together environmental and occupational health students, trainees from our Mountain & Plains Education and Research Center (MAP ERC), and local professionals to celebrate student research in environmental and occupational health. This event provides an opportunity for students to practice their presentation skills, showcase their research, and network with professionals in the field.
Lili Tenney and Health Links award winner hugging and holding award
Every year, Health Links celebrates and recognizes businesses, nonprofits, and community partners creating healthy, safe workplaces. This event offers attendees the opportunity to network with other like-minded organizations and share best practices.
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The COVID-19 pandemic continues to present a set of unique challenges for all workers. We host regular webinars presenting evidence-based resources to support both employers and their teams during this difficult time. For additional support, please contact us.
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In partnership with the CU Center for Bioethics & Humanities, we are hosting an on-going series discussing many facets of the COVID-19 pandemic and its intersection with work and ethics. Previous topics have included COVID-19 and collegiate athletes, at-risk minority workers, and OSHA regulations.
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We host and participate in many meetings and conferences throughout the year. We host presentations, agendas, and other materials from past events on our site to encourage ongoing learning.