Get Registered for the Kansas State of Wellness Symposium!
May 24, 2016, WorkWell KS employers/participants, Kansas Alliance for Wellness (KAW) partners, as well as communities and organizations that are promoting healthier environments to live, work and play in will benefit from our packed agenda that includes keynotes, breakouts and statewide networking opportunities!  There is no charge for this event.


**There will be additional opportunities offered the day before the Symposium, May 23**

KANSAS FOOD AND FARM COUNCIL RETREAT: USING DATA AND STRATEGY TO DRIVE FOOD POLICY

BUILDING A WORKSITE WELLNESS FOUNDATION : WORKSHOP SESSION


Upcoming WorkWell KS Webinars
WORKSITE LEADS COMMUNITY CHANGE: April 25, 2016 @ 12pm
Sunflower Bank NA in Ellinwood Kansas worked to address their communities need for access to space to be physically active. They lead the charge in creating a wellness space available for all the Ellinwood community to use.  Learn about how this was done and the impact it has had on the community of Ellinwood. 


MAKING IMPACTFUL CHANGE: May 18, 2016 @ 2pm
Dr. Jim Hansel, CEO of Edwards County Hospital, will describe how he exercised leadership to remove tobacco from the hospital. 


Not the topics you are looking for? Let us know what you would like to hear about, what barriers you need assistance overcoming, what kinds of success stories would be helpful. Email: aubrey@wbchc.com
Get Registered for Spring Workshops
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Additional Events/Opportunities
WorkWell Lawrence Symposium:  "Creating a Culture of Health at Work," 
May 4, 2016 from 7:30am - 12:30pm

Dr. Roy Jensen, director of the University of Kansas Cancer Center. Jensen will present environmental and behavioral factors related to cancer and help make the economic case for why employers should want healthy employees. The event also will include a presentation on the KU Healing Foods Kitchen and discussion of creating a healthy foods and beverage environment through worksite celebrations, catering and vending. 



Aubrey Wiechman
316.268.1126


"Engaging Leaders and Business
 in Kansas to Support Health and 
Healthy Worksites"


Good Health is Good Business