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Vitality is excited to share and discuss our news and insights on the wellness forefront and we hope you find our webinarswhite papersinfographics and press informative and useful and will visit here often for the latest information.

Webinars

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Watch the Webinar: Why Employers Should Care About Mental Health and Sleep

PRESENTERS: Steve Hyman, MIT/Harvard and Staurt Quann, Harvard

Watch the archived webinar: Why Employers Should Care About Mental Health and Sleep Learning objectives – On completion of this webinar the participant should be able to Describe the relationship between mental illness and mental well-being, and demonstrate that sleep can be a cause, a symptom and a treatment Evaluate the costs of mental illness, […]

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Watch the Webinar: Healthy by Design

PRESENTERS: Randy Fiser, American Society of Interior Designers

Effective Prevention: A Business Imperative”, Vitality Institute Webinar Series 2014-2015 Watch the webinar: Healthy by Design Learning objectives– on completion of this webinar the participant should be able to: Describe the principles of healthy design and how they can be applied in the workplace Outline the evidence on how healthy design can improve behaviors that […]

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Watch the Webinar: Why Incentivize Healthy Behavior at Work

PRESENTERS: Kevin Volpp, University of Pennsylvani; Robert Galvin, Equity Health

Why Incentivize Healthy Behavior at Work by Kevin Volpp and Robert Galvin Learning objectives – On completion of this webinar the participant should be able to Critique the use of standard marketing theories to encourage behavior change Evaluate the efficacy of interventions in changing behaviour Describe the challenges involved in implementing initiatives designed with behavioral economic […]

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White Papers & Research

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The Affordable Care Act: Discouraging or Promoting Wellness?

Employee wellness programs have arguably been around for 15 or 20 years. However, in the past five years these programs, which seek to promote a healthy lifestyle, maintain or improve health and/or prevent the onset of disease, have come increasingly more prominent in the American workforce.

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Infographics

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Invest in Prevention Science

Investing in prevention science should be a national strategic priority to ensure evidence-based interventions to improve health at the population level and ensure sustainable career paths in prevention research.

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