If you have an office job, you’ve likely spent much of the past two years working remotely. And if you’ve been working remotely, you’ve likely enjoyed it. But now you’re likely feeling pressure from your bosses to come back to the office, either gradually or all at once. Maybe you’ve already been ordered back.
Dr. Elaine Chin is presenting a wellness session based on her book Welcome Back! How to Reboot Your Physical and Mental Well-Being at the 13th Annual World Pension Alliance and Transatlantic Conference virtual event hosted by Australia this year.
Evidence is telling us in no uncertain terms that working women are doing worse than their male counterparts when it comes to caring for their own health needs.
This year’s W.H.O. wish for World Health Day is focused on the connection between the planet’s health and human health. Evidence shows that pollution increases the risk of preventable diseases like cancer, asthma, and heart disease. We think of pollution in terms of dirty air and undrinkable water.
Can leaders thrive to their full potential without physiological and emotional health? Read Dr. Elaine Chin and Dr. Bill Howatt’s latest white paper.
Financial Post – Published January 25, 2022 Planning a return to work needs to be…
We need to make ‘Return to Work Plans’ a priority even in the face of new variants like Omicron and whatever may come next. Everyone needs to return to a place where they can build relationships again for their emotional well-being.
UofT is proud to feature Dr. Elaine Chin as one of our esteemed alumni, and her incredible efforts through the early stages of the pandemic to secure PPE, support front-line workers and fund critical research has really resonated with our Temerty Medicine community.
With vaccines available to nearly all Americans and schools and business opening back up, Dr. Elaine Chin discusses the road forward to a healthier post-pandemic life.
Wave 4 of the pandemic is upon us. However, that does not mean we should…