Items Tagged ‘research’

October 5th, 2015

Learn About Research at DAHLC Days!

By The DAHLC dahlcsocialmedia

What kinds of research does DAHLC do?  How does it impact members?  Can I be involved?  Answer these questions and more by stopping by our DAHLC Days booth Friday, October 9, and Saturday, October 10.  We will be located on lobby level behind the Front Desk.  Research posters can also be viewed in DA-SL-200 conference […]

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Tags: DAHLC Days, Registrations, research


September 8th, 2015

AT Presentation Focuses on Burnout & Fatigue

By The DAHLC dahlcsocialmedia

Laurel Podulke-Smith, DAHLC Staff, presented a well-attended break-out session entitled, “Beat the Burnout Blues with Alexander Technique,” at the 62nd Annual American College of Sports Medicine meeting in San Diego this past May.  This conference is attended by a wide variety of fitness, wellness, and health care professionals from around the country and world. Included was an overview […]

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Tags: abstracts, Alexander Technique, laurel, research


September 3rd, 2015

Habits: Family & Friends

By rawlingsnicole rawlingsnicole

A recent study suggests that loneliness and isolation increases our risk of mortality along the same lines as many other more well-known risk factors. In fact, evidence indicates the lack of social relationships to be a greater risk than that from obesity. Consider your own network of family and friends—do you have an ample amount of friends […]

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Tags: 12 habits, Blog, research, wellness, worksite wellness


July 9th, 2015

Wellness Champions Promote Healthy Living

By The DAHLC dahlcsocialmedia

Kaisa Wieneke, DAHLC Lead Worksite Wellness Coordinator, took her message on the road to the 40th Annual National Wellness Conference held in Minneapolis, MN on June 15-18, 2015.  She shared how to “Improve the Health of Your Organization Through a Wellness Champions Program.”

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Tags: abstracts, kaisa, research, worksite wellness


June 10th, 2015

FMS Scores Improve with Low Back Fitness Program

By The DAHLC dahlcsocialmedia

DAHLC Health & Wellness Coach, Jason Soyring, presented a poster entitled, “Effectiveness of a Multi-Phase Back Program Implemented in an Employee Wellness Facility,” at the American College of Sports Medicine 62nd Annual Meeting in San Diego, CA, on May 26-30, 2015.

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Tags: abstracts, back pain, conference, dr laskowski, jason, movement, research, wellness


May 28th, 2015

Want to begin a research collaboration?

By The DAHLC dahlcsocialmedia

If you want to get involved with DAHLC as a research investigator, submit a Letter of Intent (LOI) to have your research protocol reviewed by the DAHLC Research Core Group (RCG). All DAHLC research and advertising related to research recruitment must be approved through the RCG. The RCG meets monthly.  LOI Template Have more questions?  […]

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Tags: research


Wellness Centers Facilitate Weight Loss

May 21st, 2015

Wellness Centers Facilitate Weight Loss

By The DAHLC dahlcsocialmedia

DAHLC’s collaborative partner, Dr. Jose Medina Inojosa, presented a poster, “Effectiveness of Weight Management Programs in an Employer-Based Wellness Center,” at the Art and Science of Health Promotion Conference in San Diego, CA.

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Tags: abstracts, conference, dr. lopez-jimenez, dr. medina-inojosa, jason, research, Weight Loss, Weight Management, wellness


May 1st, 2015

Key Themes in Coaching Relationship

By The DAHLC dahlcsocialmedia

Aimee Hubbard, Wellness Coach at the Healthy Living Program, recently presented a poster entitled “Participant Experience of Workplace Wellness Coaching” at the Art and Science of Health Promotion Conference in San Diego, CA.  The poster highlighted key themes in the coaching relationship and intrinsic changes in participants’ experience. As outlined below, DAHLC staff, research, and […]

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Tags: abstracts, aimee, conference, dr clark, Dr. Olsen, research, wellness coaching


April 16th, 2015

A Matter of Record

By Brent - Coach larsonbrent

It seems that every year around this time, I am reminded of the importance of keeping good records, particularly financial records.  The reasons can be pretty compelling, too, both positive and negative.  I want to maximize the amount of my tax return (or minimize the amount that I still owe!).  I also want to be sure […]

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Tags: behavior change, Blog, Coaching, Lose Weight, record keeping, research, tracking, wellness coaching


April 14th, 2015

Active Wellness Office is Safe & Productive

By The DAHLC dahlcsocialmedia

DAHLC Health & Wellness Coach, Desiree Ahrens, recently returned from the Art and Science of Health Promotion Conference in San Diego, CA, where she presented a research poster entitled, “The Active Wellness Office (AWO): User Perception on Safety, Attention, Productivity, and Energy Level.”   Findings: Users of an AWO consider it safe and productive. Employers may consider implementing […]

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Tags: abstracts, conference, desiree, dr. lopez-jimenez, dr. medina-inojosa, research, stacy