The Impact of Social Determinants on Workforce Health

Date: September 12, 2019
Time: 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Venue: Waltham Woods Conference Center | Waltham, MA
Cost: $170 Member | $220 Non-member

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According to the CDC, social determinants of health are conditions in the places where people live, learn, work, and play that affect a wide range of health risks and outcomes. For example, poverty limits access to healthy foods and safe places to exercise.

There is increasing awareness that social determinants of health affect physical and mental health outcomes, which directly impact employee performance, productivity and, ultimately, your business outcomes.

Join us for an in-depth discussion on specific areas that may need more focus in your organization, including:

  • Women in the workplace
  • How to support younger workers to help them be more resilient
  • Building social capital in the workplace to improve both physical and mental health for your entire workforce

Attend this program to:

  1. Understand the root causes of health inequity and how they can impact your business results
  2. Learn about solutions that employers can implement to address the needs of a diverse, multigenerational workforce
  3. Become empowered to change the trajectory of physical and mental health for your employees

By taking a new approach to addressing social determinants of health, we can not only improve individual and population health but also advance health equity. Register Now.


Robin Bouvier, CWPC, CCWS — Vice President, Health Transformation Team, Aon

Laura Dinsmore — Founder and CEO, Quadrant Health Strategies, Inc; Founding Member and Board Member of Global Women 4 Wellbeing (GW4W)

David Frances, PhD — VP, Training and Development, Quadrant Health Strategies, Inc; Global Women 4 Wellbeing (GW4W) Member

Ginny Peddicord — Director, Global Employee Population Health, Merck

Debra Wein, MS, RDN, LDN, CWPD — CEO & Founder, Wellness Workdays; Program Director, WW Dietetic Internship


NEEBC programs may qualify for CEBS continuing professional education (CPE) credit. Participants must determine if the program aligns with "CEBS Content Domain."