Flexible work has become a reality, this year more than ever before. But what does it mean for our health, and that of workers in different forms of employment?
Ginny will give an outline of findings from research conducted in the ACT on:
- getting the most out of workplace health promotion
- flexible work, and how it can negatively impact health.
Ginny will then discuss how these learnings can be applied in our workplaces to mitigate negative, and harness positive effects of flexible work on staff and their families.
About our speaker
Ginny is leading the implementation of the PHXchange, in the Research School of Population Health (College of Health and Medicine) at the Australian National University.
Ginny and the PHXchange team work closely with the community, health service consumers, NGOs, and all levels of government to ensure that quality research has an impact. Excellent visual and written communication, knowledge brokerage, Implementation Science, and genuine collaboration are all key to solving complex population health problems.
Ginny has extensive experience in population health research including on the effect of work-time on health; designing, implementing, and evaluating preventive health strategies and health promotion interventions; the prevention of chronic diseases associated with obesity; and evaluation of government health promotion programs and policy.
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