EAPA Lone Star

The Mental Health Index and Impact of COVID-19

  • 19 Aug 2020
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Virtual Meeting - Online Webinar


About this Event

This is a virtual meeting.

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Topic:

The Mental Health Index and Impact of COVID-19

Join EAPA Lone Star as we host this informative webinar.

CEU's will be sponsored by University Behavioral Health - Denton

Program Highlights

Survey of the working population and results of the most recent Mental Health Index (MHI)

The phases people go through in crisis.

Longer term considerations.

Health and disability risk.

What is The Mental Health Index (MHI) Report

Three main components to the MHI report

The Mental Health Index Score

The Mental Stress Change

Spotlight Issues of Concern

Top areas of Negative Change and Drivers of MHI.

Access to an EAP and Impact on MHI scores.


About Our Speaker


PAULA ALLEN

SENIOR VICE-PRESIDENT, RESEARCH, ANALYTICS and INNOVATION

Paula Allen is the Senior Vice President of Research, Analytics and Innovation for Morneau Shepell. In this role, she manages the continuum of integrated analytics, predictive modelling and data-centric products and services that support the organization and its clients. Paula’s focus is on the current, emerging and most complex issues that have the greatest impact on workplace health, cost and productivity. She is also a well-recognized expert in workplace mental health, disability management, and drug plan management.

Paula designed and led the most comprehensive employer response to the H1N1 pandemic, and is currently Morneau Shepell’s business response and resource lead for the COVID-19 pandemic. Paula works directly with many of Canada’s leading organizations, is a member of the Women’s College Hospital’s Board of Directors, was co-chair of Civic Action’s Champions Council on workplace mental health, , was part of the Income Security Working Group providing advice to the Ontario Government on issues relating to disability and income support, and sits on several research and strategy advisory boards that address issues ranging from e-mental health solutions to substance abuse in the workplace. Paula completed undergraduate and graduate degrees at the University of Toronto in psychological research and neuropsychological testing and clinical intervention.

She has more than 20 years of experience relating to workplace research, product development and operational leadership that spans the range of EFAP, Attendance and Disability Management and Health and Benefits Consulting. Paula frequently speaks at major conferences and is often sought out by the national media for her knowledge and expertise in current issues and the future direction of workplace health, productivity and related risk management.



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