Media

The Healthy Work Campaign is committed to teaching the public about what we’ve learned about work and health, and how it impacts all of us, including through videos and presentations. We strive to create and share media content that is informative and engaging for those wanting to understand or achieve healthy work. Our content also provides concrete follow-up actions, which we hope inspire you to engage in promoting healthy work as part of your organizational role and through collective action.

Please enjoy these resources and, if you have any feedback, let us know. We’d love to hear from you as we expand this resource in the coming months.

HWC Videos

HWC Survey for Organizations Launch Video
(9/7/21)
Healthy Work Survey for Orgs Slideshow Video
(9/28/21)
Healthy Work Survey for Individuals Intro Video
(12/21/21)

Please also visit our HWC YouTube channel to access our past campaign videos, and to subscribe to our channel, so you are notified when we publish future videos.

HWC Newsletter Greetings

HWC Newsletter no. 14 Video
(2/16/22)
HWC Newsletter no. 15 Video
(4/15/22)

Interviews

CGTN America TV interview re: burnout
with Marnie (6/28/19)
The Accidental Safety Pro Podcast interview
with Marnie (9/8/21)
Accidental Safety Pro Podcast - Is Work Stress an Epidemic?
Better Life Lab interview
with Marnie & Peter (3/29/22)
Better Life Lab podcast
Curiosity Invited Podcast interview w/Peter (4/26/22)

Webinars/Presentations

Advancing the Healthy Work Campaign: Disseminating Work Stress Education and Prevention Strategies
(7/10/18)
Advancing the Healthy Work Campaign: Disseminating Work Stress Education and Prevention Strategies
Details

Marnie Dobson, Occupational Health Psychology Summer Institute at the NIOSH TWH Center of Excellence, Oregon Healthy Workforce Center

Identifying and Preventing Work Stressors to Reduce Chronic Disease: The Healthy Work Campaign
(3/11/20)
Identifying and Preventing Work Stressors to Reduce Chronic Disease
Details

Paul Landsbergis, Marnie Dobson & Peter Schnall, hosted by the Center for Healthy Work, University of Illinois, Chicago.
(To access Paul’s presentation, the password is: mJ8uwwgG, and it begins at 04:30.)

The Healthy Work Campaign: Work Stress Prevention Strategies in the U.S.
(5/22/20)
Details

Marnie Dobson & Paul Landsbergis, “International Approaches to Stress Prevention” webinar during the 2020 Mayday May Day Workplace Mental Health” series, organized by HWC partner Occupational Health Clinics for Ontario Workers (OHCOW)

System-Level Trends in Working Conditions, and Interventions to Reduce Health Inequities
(9/29/20)
System-Level Trends in Working Conditions, and Interventions to Reduce Health Inequities
Details

Paul Landsbergis, National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities (NIMHD) Day 2 of “The Role of Work in Health Disparities in the United States Workshop”
(Paul’s presentation starts at 4:44:28.)

Work, stress & health: From work stress to mental and physical disease: what we know and what can we do
(5/21/21)
Details

Johannes Siegrist, SurAmericana “Work, health & stress” virtual education series co-hosted by Prax and the Center for Social Epidemiology

Work, stress & health: The demand/control model: its implications for the future of work and health
(5/28/21)
Details

Robert Karasek, SurAmericana “Work, health & stress” virtual education series co-hosted by Prax and the Center for Social Epidemiology

Update on the Healthy Work Survey – for Organizations
(5/28/21)
Details

Marnie Dobson, OHCOW’s 2021 Mayday May Day Workplace in Mental Health Series

Work, health & stress: Physical consequences caused by occupational psychosocial risk factors
(6/4/21)
Details

Peter Schnall, SurAmericana “Work, health & stress” virtual education series with HWC Team members Sebastian Segura and Viviola Gómez

Work, health & stress: Burnout Syndrome: A modern myth or an underestimated problem?
(6/11/21)
Details

Arturo Juárez, SurAmericana “Work, health & stress” virtual education series co-hosted by Prax and the Center for Social Epidemiology

Work, health & stress: Mental/Psychological Problems caused by Occupational Psychosocial Risk Factors
(6/18/21)
Details

Marnie Dobson, SurAmericana “Work, health & stress” virtual education series co-hosted by Prax and the Center for Social Epidemiology

Work, health & stress: Consequences of work stress for organizations
(6/25/21)
Details

Laura Punnett, SurAmericana “Work, health & stress” virtual education series co-hosted by Prax and the Center for Social Epidemiology

Work, health & stress: Assessment and diagnosis of psychosocial risk in Colombia: Lessons and challenges
(7/2/21)
Details

Viviola Gómez and Sebastián Segura, SurAmericana “Work, health & stress” virtual educational series co-hosted by Prax and the Center for Social Epidemiology

Work, health & stress: Ideas and Resources for Intervention on Occupational Psychosocial Risk
(7/9/21)
Details

Peter Schnall, Marnie Dobson, and Sebastian Segura, SurAmericana “Work, health & stress” virtual education series co-hosted by Prax and the Center for Social Epidemiology

Using the
Healthy Work Survey
for Organizations
(3/2/22)
Details

Marnie Dobson and Pouran Faghri, HWC’s first live webinar about using the Healthy Work Survey and how to plan “interventions” to prevent and reduce work stressors.

Addressing
Worker Mental Health:
The Healthy Work Campaign
(3/16/22)
Details

Marnie Dobson, CPH-NEW’s Total Worker Health® Trends: Expert Webinar Series, about the link between work, stress, mental health, and interventions to improve worker well-being

WOE Videos

“Working on Empty” Meet the Experts: Dr. Peter Schnall (Video #1)
“Working on Empty” Meet the Experts: Dr. Peter Schnall
(Video #2)
“Working on Empty” Meet the Experts: Marnie Dobson Zimmerman, PhD

Visit our WOE YouTube channel to check out these archived videos and our Working on Empty documentary teaser video here.

We are looking for forums where we can spread our message. If your organization has meetings where we can make a presentation, please let us know.

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Looking for more to read? Please check out our Healthy Work Articles where we discuss the impact of unhealthy work, as well as possible solutions.

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