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Return to Work COVID-19 Town Hall - Speak with the Experts
Join us for a Q&A town hall discussion on the challenges and opportunities employers face getting employees back to work safely as cities, states, and countries gradually start reopening after coronavirus lockdowns. Understand current guidelines, safety measures, and protocols for health and safety for those coming back to the worksite or maintaining remote work.

• What are the immediate challenges for this transition?
• How should organizations best prepare for what’s known and what’s not?
• What should employers keep in mind as top employee concerns?

Join this town hall hosted by Health Links and register here.

Mike VanDyke
Lee Newman
Beth Carlton

Lili Tenney

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May 28, 2020 12:00 PM in Mountain Time (US and Canada)

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Lee Newman, MD, MA
Director, Center for Health, Work and Environment and Distinguished Professor, Colorado School of Public Health
Dr. Newman is a researcher, physician, public health practitioner, and educator. He is a distinguished professor in the Departments of Environmental and Occupational Health and Epidemiology at the Colorado School of Public Health. He is founding director of both the Center for Health, Work & Environment and the Mountain & Plains Education and Research Center. He co-founded Health Links™ and the ColoradoSPH Certificate in Total Worker Health®. Dr. Newman is also a professor of medicine in the Division of Pulmonary Sciences and Critical Care Medicine at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. Dr. Newman is recognized for his scientific and practical contributions to occupational health and safety, Total Worker Health, immunotoxicology, biomarker development, occupational lung disease prevention and treatment, beryllium health effects, health informatics, medical surveillance, and intervention science.
Mike Van Dyke, PhD CIH
Associate Professor, Colorado School of Public Health
Dr. Van Dyke is an industrial hygienist, researcher, public health practitioner, and educator. He is an associate professor in the Department of Environmental and Occupational Health and the Center for Work, Health & Environment at the Colorado School of Public Health. His over 20 years of experience has been spent at the academic, community, clinical, and government levels in professional practice, research, education, and policy. Dr. Van Dyke is a Certified Industrial Hygienist and is recognized for his contributions related to exposure assessment, occupational beryllium exposure, first responder exposures in clandestine methamphetamine laboratories, indoor air quality, public health aspects of legalized marijuana, and community exposures related to oil and gas extraction.
Elizabeth Carlton, PhD, MPH
Assistant Professor at the Colorado School of Public Health
Elizabeth Carlton is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Environmental and Occupational Health at the Colorado School of Public Health. She is an environmental epidemiologist who works with a multi-disciplinary and multi-national team of scientists to understand the ways in which social and environmental processes impact waterborne diseases. Over the past decade, she has documented the reemergence and persistence of schistosomiasis in southwest China, including the patterns of reinfection and the potential role of agricultural practices in sustained transmission. Her recent work includes the application of next-generation genomics to understand barriers to disease elimination in residual transmission hotspots. Her current research also includes work to estimate the potential impacts of climate change on respiratory health and diarrheal diseases.