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Sleep and Shift Work: Optimizing Productivity and Health Management in the 24/7 Global Economy
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9/27/2012 to 9/28/2012
When: September 27–28, 2012
Where: Boston, Massachusetts 
United States
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Receive the most cutting-edge perspectives on productivity and health management, operations, and public policy issues with regard to the challenges that fatigue, shift work, and sleep-related disorders place on the 24/7 global economy.

Learn from and interact with researchers and leaders in business, public policy, and health care

Developed by the Initiative for Productivity and Health Management (IPHM) of Harvard’s Occupational and Environmental Medicine Residency, the 2012 program engages C-suite leaders, policymakers, managers at all levels, scientists, health care providers, and safety professionals with an intensive two-day seminar, enabling them to interact and learn from a cutting-edge, multi-disciplinary program.

Shift work and circadian rhythm disruptions affect health, safety, and productivity. The 2012 Productivity and Health Management program will expose participants to critical issues affecting industries, employers, and workers.

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