360° Approach to Employee Wellness

Deliver your message, grow your profile and impact

Become a Presenter

Authors or organisations were invited to submit an abstract of no more than 300 words. All abstracts are reviewed by the program committee. Successful abstracts will be selected based on their relevance to the conference topics and suitability to the conference program.

There are 4 options for presentations:

  1. 30 minute oral presentation
  2. Poster presentation
  3. Panel presentation
  4. Workshop presentation

All successful authors and organisations are required to accept or decline their position before purchasing their registration (discounted presenter rate available).

Please see below for more information.

Important Dates

Notification to authors Wednesday 12th June 2019

Author acceptancesMonday 17th June 2019

Program launchTuesday 18th June 2019

ConferenceMonday 2 – Tuesday 3 September 2019

Presentation Types

Oral, panel, poster and workshop

Conference Topics

Submit a presentation in one of these areas to be considered

Oral Presentation

Oral presentations run for 30 minutes (20-minute presentation and 10-minute Q&A time with the audience).


Poster Presentation

Poster presentations combine text and graphics highlighting one or more of the conference topics and will be displayed in catering areas for the duration of the conference.


Panel Presentation

Panel presentations bring together views from a group of presenters into a discussion of innovative ideas, current topics, and relevant issues.


Workshop Presentation

Workshop presentations run for 90 minutes and are designed in an interactive format to facilitate active learning.


Ethics of use of technology in wellbeing workplaces

Supporting well being
Mental vs Physical
Return to work
Barriers and opportunities – reducing stigma in the workplace

Job and task analysis
Workforce and workload management
Disorder management
The role of stigma – unconscious bias
Intervention – work-life balance practices

Psychological load
Physical environment – workplace design

Housing & homelessness

Financial wellbeing
Sleep hygiene
Stand more sit less
Eating, smoking, drinking and exercise

Psychological safety
Neuroscience of leadership
Unconscious bias training
Mental Health First Aid
Mentoring and Contact /Support Officers – ways of talking and encouraging
KPIs – linked to performance management
Codes of conduct and ethics

Return on Investment (ROI) analysis through human capital analytics
Pilot Testing
How to measure the outcomes of workplace wellness programs

Screening (at recruitment) and ongoing testing (once employed)
Legislation – Work Health and Safety (WHS), Return to Work (RTW), Discrimination (i.e. social media vetting), Termination (Fair Work)

Improving workplace culture
Build positive, supportive and thriving workplaces
Increase engagement, wellbeing, productivity and profitability