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age friendly

Designing the Age Friendly Healthcare Workplace

Sept. 7, 2012
Baltimore, MD

Radisson Plaza Lord Baltimore Hotel
20 West Baltimore St
Baltimore MD 21201

Sponsored by:
University of Maryland School of Nursing
Johns Hopkins Education and Research Center for Occupational Safety and Health

in collaboration with the:
Centers for Disease Control/National Institute for Occupational and Safety and Health (CDC/NIOSH)

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$35.00 course fee. There are two ways to register:

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Please make all checks payable to Johns Hopkins University and mail the completed registration form with payment to:

Attn: Keith Choi
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
615 N Wolfe St
Room W7517
Baltimore, MD 21205

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Keith Choi
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
FAX: 410-614-4986
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7:30a Registration opens, Continental breakfast available
8:30a Welcome and Introductions

 Icebreaker exercise: At What Age are you Aging?


 The Aging Healthcare Workforce

  • Demographics: The numbers
  • Why it matters
  • Safety, health, job performance and age



 An Integrated Approach to Aging at Work

  • Intervention triad
    • Work environment
    • Health promotion/Disease prevention
    • Work organization/Work-Life balance
  • Challenges and rewards of integration: SafeWell Guidelines
  • Integrated intervention case study: Walkability



1:00p Exercise: Selecting cross-cutting issues for intervention
  • Using data to identify priority problems
  • Include at least two parts of the triad
  • Choosing achievable goals: Starting small and scaling up
  • Assessment tools
2:30p Report back and exercise summary
3:15p Action planning: Next steps
3:30p Adjourn