BeWell webinar series posts its spring and summer schedule
The popular beWell webinar series, which explores everything from healthy eating to workstation ergonomics, begins on April 6. The Monday webinars are hosted by Asante employees and other subject-matter experts.
To attend a live webinar, email Asante Health Promotion to get on the Outlook calendar invite list, which includes the WebEx links.
The presentations run from noon to 12:30 p.m. with time for viewer questions.
April 5: “Sun Safety and Skin Cancer Awareness,” Kitty Sallas, health educator, Asante Health Promotion
April 12: “Introduction to Livongo, Regence Empower and Coaching Resources,” Asante Health Promotion with representatives from Regence and Livongo
April 19: “Lower-Body Mechanics, Stretching and Strengthening,” Mindy Bath, health educator, Asante Health Promotion
April 26: “Tools for Managing Stress and Building a Healthy Mindset,” Karen Merrill, licensed clinical social worker, Reliant Behavioral Health
May 3: “Building Cultural Awareness in the Workplace,” Yvonne Padilla, ITS education coordinator and member of the Asante Equity, Diversity and Inclusion committee
May 10: “Healthy and Unhealthy Coping Strategies,” Shea Quinn, patient experience program coordinator, APP
May 17: “Wheel of Wellness,” Emily Lamore, physician recruiter, APP
May 24: “Family, Food, Culture and Healthy Swaps,” Alisia Cook, health educator, Asante Health Promotion, and Shea Quinn, patient experience program coordinator, APP
May 31: “Asante Home Ergonomics,” Jared Hill, occupational therapist, Asante Work Health. The is a recorded presentation; details provided when you register through Asante Health Promotion.
June 7: “Provider Wellness,” Barry Egener, MD, lead, Asante Provider Wellness Program
June 14: “Remote Work and Digital Addiction,” Robert Begg, vice president, Asante Human Resources
June 21: “Allergy vs. COVID-19 Symptoms,” Colleen Lennard, otolaryngologist, APP
June 28: “Sleep and Hormone Regulation,” Michael Schwartz, insomnia educator
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