Key Dates


Call for abstracts closes:
January 15. 2012


Abstract acceptance notification:
Feburary 1, 2012


Early Bird Registration closes:
April 1, 2012


Program commences:
June 7, 2012


Conference Overview

The United States’ workforce is becoming increasingly diverse, particularly in terms of race, culture, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, age, and physical abilities. Workplace demographic changes have been accompanied by significant disparities in occupational safety and health among some working populations. A commonality across all these vulnerable groups is the difficulty public health professionals experience when targeting them for occupational safety and health interventions. Some of the barriers to effectively reaching these vulnerable groups include: differences in language and culture, documentation status, part time and/or contingent worker status, and employment in small businesses.

worker imageThe purpose of this workshop is to bring together 13 leading academics/researchers specialized in research translation and/or vulnerable worker population to provide hand-on workshops with the focus on occupational safety and health. During the 2-day workshop, symposia and presentations submitted by researchers and practitioners will also be held.

If you need to make any changes to your registration, please contact Conference Services at 970-491-7501 or conferences@colostate.edu

REGISTRATION CHECK IN- Lory Student Center, Colorado State University

Registration is from 7:30-8:00 on June 7th. The registration desk is located on the upper level of the Lory Student Center. Building Maps - Lory Student Center

AGENDA

Workshop on Research Translation with Vulnerable Worker Populations

DIRECTIONS TO CSU-LORY STUDENT CENTER

PARKING

"A" zone parking - The "A" zone spaces require a permit to park from 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday (except for specially signed portions of "A" zones which are enforced until 7:00p.m.), except for University Holidays and semester breaks. Information on purchasing a visitor permit is available on parking.colostate.edu.

We will have volunteers in the parking lot from 7:30-8:30 am to provide you with a parking pass. They will also be available at the registration desk. This will allow you to parking in the A parking lot. This permit is not valid in metered rows.