Education and Training to Build Capacity in Total Worker Health®: Proposed Competencies for an Emerging Field

Source avec lien : Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 62(8), Aug-20. 10.1097/JOM.0000000000001906

Objectif : Établissement de compétences de base pour l’éducation et la formation des professionnels entrant dans le domaine émergent de la Santé Totale des Travailleurs®.

Objective:  Establishment of core competencies for education and training of professionals entering the emerging field of Total Worker Health®. Methods:  Compilation and distillation of information obtained over a 5-year period from Total Worker Health symposia, workshops, and academic offerings, plus contributions from key stakeholders regarding education and training needs. Results:  A proposed set of Total Worker Health competencies aligns under six broad domains: Subject Matter Expertize; Advocacy and Engagement; Program Planning, Implementation and Evaluation; Communications and Dissemination; Leadership and Management; and Partnership Building and Coordination. Conclusions:  Proposed set of core competencies will help standardize education and training for professionals being trained in Total Worker Health. It serves as an invitation for further input from stakeholders in academia, business, labor, and government.

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