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RECORDING: The Worksite Mental Health Crisis Is Real. Here’s What To Do About It.


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RECORDING: The Worksite Mental Health Crisis Is Real. Here’s What To Do About It.

Healthcare, Wellness & Mental Health

Workplace stressors that create mental health crises are a pervasive problem, costing 1 trillion dollars globally in productivity loss each year. Yet, mental health is still a taboo topic, often thought of as a personal problem that individuals are responsible for addressing on their own. The workplace of the future sees itself as a partner with employees to address their mental health needs. In this talk, Deryk Van Brunt, DrPH, CEO of CredibleMind and Clinical Professor at the UC Berkeley School of Public Health, will explain how companies can improve health equity among their employees and continue to attract and retain talent, while still protecting their bottom line.

Deryk Van Brunt, DrPH

Bridget Finkeldey

Deryk Van Brunt is a co-founder of CredibleMind and serves as CEO. He is also President and CEO of the Healthy Communities Foundation, a nonprofit organization. He teaches health Informatics at the University of California, Berkeley, School of Public Health, and conducts research in the area of individual and community health information systems. Dr. Van Brunt has overseen the creation, development, and evaluation of clinical and patient-centered information systems implemented in over 500 healthcare institutions. He has authored several health-related articles and is the recipient of the Health 2.0 Outstanding Leadership Award for 2022. Dr. Van Brunt received his MPH in Epidemiology and Biostatistics and his DrPH in Health Informatics from the University of California at Berkeley.

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