CPH-NEW Newsletter
December 2017
New CPH-NEW research  

Study to look at work- family impact of extended, irregular work days  
CPH-NEW investigators Jennifer Cavallari and Alicia Dugan of UConn Health Center were recently awarded a grant entitled, "Changes in the way we work: the non-standard workday and worker and family health" from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Read more
CPH-NEW Investigators Alicia Dugan, PhD, and Jennifer Cavallari, ScD, will lead the new RWJ study. 
CPH-NEW extends study on aging, work capacity, and retirement 
CPH-NEW Co-Director Martin Cherniack, MD, was awarded a NIOSH grant,
University of Connecticut Study on Aging, Musculoskeletal Disorders and Work Capacity (UConn-SAM). Read more

Cora Roelofs, ScD (UMass Lowell) 
will study Human Resources manager perceptions of employer preparedness to promote TWH in emergencies.
Lisa Rusch, MS, CEP (UConn Health)
will study work factors influencing sick leave and leisure time physical activity in working breast cancer survivors.

Katrina Burch, MA (UConn Storrs) 
will study work-related predictors of aggressive driving during commuting.
Learn more about CPH-NEW Pilot Grants
Upcoming Events

CPH-NEW Researchers will be talking about TWH at these events!

May 5-8  2nd International Symposium to Advance TWH 

Find details and registration on the CPH-NEW Events page.

Recent Publications

Issue #53: Human Services Workers and the Effect of Managerialism

Issue #54: Young Adults with Chronic Disease and Disability in the Labor Market
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TWH Resources

The CPH-NEW Resources page provides links to key tools and information available from the CDC, the Total Worker Health Center, and other organizations.  

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