An Online Event
8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Mental health issues continue to dominate the news in our post-Covid work world. For this year’s Spring Seminar, WSIA has put together a cohort of experts representing Washington employers, mental health providers and defense attorneys to help claims adjusters manage this ever-changing environment. We look forward to hosting this educational event virtually on March 17th.
For one low price, this seminar offers great content and continuing education credits for professionals in:
Self-Insured & State Fund Claims Handling | Safety & Health | TPAs | Nurse Case Management | Disability Management | Vocational Rehabilitation | Human Resources
Mental Illness Comorbidity on Workers' Compensation Claims
Jenny Haykin, Leave & Accommodations Program Manager, Puget Sound Energy
Presumption, Mental Health - Legal Perspective
Ann Silvernale, Attorney, Holmes Weddle & Barcott
Jannine Myers, Attorney, Holmes Weddle & Barcott
Care for PTSD
Michael Harris, Ph.D, Pacific Rehabilitation Centers
Working on Presumption Claims - Panel of Experts
Lead By: Gennia Wellington, Workers' Compensation Manager, King County
Got news, updates, services, or anything you want to share with Washington's self-insured community? Want to support the event and WSIA's broader work? We've got sponsorship recognition space throughout our lead-up to the seminar, including opportunities on camera during the event. Contact Kari Heinold to work out a custom package that's perfect for your company.
Continuing Education Credits
WSIA will award 4 continuing education credit hours for the Washington Workers' Compensation Professional (WWCP) recertification. The following additional professional development credentials will be available to attendees:
- L&I CEU - Applied for
- CDMS - Applied for
- SHRM 4 recertification credits
- CRCC - Applied for
- CCMC - Applied for
WSIA Members - $99
Non-members - $149 (Not a member? Click here to join today!)
No refunds will be given for cancellations made after February 27, 2023.