Újra RSI-napok Kanadából

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OHCOW is pleased to announce the return of our free annual international event focussed on Repetitive Strain Injuries and their prevention. Now in its 25th year, OHCOW’s RSI Day program continues to translate the knowledge and experience of our professional staff and guest speakers to increase awareness and prevention of musculoskeletal disorders.

Registration for this free event is required in order to participate.

For a detail agenda, dates, times, and registration please follow the link below.


Week 1 – Focus on Workers: 25 year History & Opioid Harm Reduction
Thursday, February 8
10:00 am – 12:30 pm EST
Week 2 – Clinical Lessons on Key Musculoskeletal Disorders
Thursday February 15
10:00 am – 12:30 pm EST
Week 3 – Cost/Benefit: Understanding Financial & Psychosocial Harm
Thursday February 22
10:00 am – 12:30 pm EST
Week 4 – Knowledge@OHCOW: Products & Tools for Workers & Workplaces
Thursday February 29
10:00 am – 12:30 pm EST
Session 1 The History of RSI Day
Catherine Fenech
Plantar Fasciitis
Pravesh Jugnundan and Trevor Schell
Ergonomics Intervention Cost-Benefit Calculator
Rick Goggins
Office Ergonomics Learning Modules
Melissa Statham and Dwayne Fuchs
Session 2 Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain and Opioid Misuse
Carmine Tiano
Improved and Systematic Physical Demand Analysis in the Workplace
Xinming Li (Sherry Li)
Ontario’s Cost Calculator and Related Resources
Jacklyn Kurt
Revised and Updated Office Ergo Calculator, Anthropometric Calculator, Keyboard Shortcut Tutorial, and Cold Stress Calculator
Trevor Schell
Session 3 Opioid-Related Harms Among Ontario Workers
Jeavana Sritharan
Nancy Carnide
Daryl Stephenson
Michael Pysklywec
Measuring Workplace Stress Among RSI Day Participants – 6 years later
John Oudyk
Introducing JobAssess, a New Job Demands Analysis Tool
Daryl Stephenson
Andrew Flanagan
David Mijatovic