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Exercise Mistakes

3 common exercise mistakes and how to fix them

You exercise regularly, but you’re still not making any progress. Could you be unintentionally sabotaging your exercise goals?

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Creating Your Perfect Workout Plan

Is there such a thing as the “perfect” workout routine? Kinesiologist, Hedieh Hafizi, explains how to create the perfect workout plan.

how successful companies protect their most important asset the health of their executives

How successful companies protect their most important asset – the health of their executives

Comprehensive employee wellness – particularly for those in the C suite – is an often overlooked priority that more and more companies are discovering is a key aspect of long-term strategy for success.

CEO puts life on healthy course

CEO puts life on healthy course

Best of all, his team helped him change his lifestyle, eliminated or upgraded his medications and ultimately helped to reduce his risk of coronary heart disease by over 60 percent. Not only does he feel great, but he also feels like he is in a better position to lead his company.

Stress epidemic takes a toll on Canada’s business leaders

Stress epidemic takes a toll on Canada’s business leaders

A recent Vancouver Sun piece placed a spotlight on the stress epidemic facing Canadian business leaders. Journalist, Barbara Balfour spoke with Rick Tiedemann, Director of Business Development at Copeman Healthcare about the growing issue.

Measuring Team Satisfaction in Primary Care

Measuring Team Satisfaction in Primary Care

Team‐level job satisfaction ratings are a potentially important marker for the effectiveness of primary care teams in managing patient care. Measurement of team satisfaction is therefore an important quality indicator.

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Bad bosses take their tolls on employees and companies alike

UBC Workplace Psychology expert Sandra Robinson and Neuropsychologist Dr. Elisabeth Sherman speak to mental health in the workplace.

The sitter's disease: What your chair-based lifestyle is doing to your health

The sitter’s disease: What your chair-based lifestyle is doing to your health

We now understand that sitting for extended periods is associated with several negative health effects. In fact, prolonged sitting can increase the risk of diabetes, heart disease, and premature death.

Keeping corporate travelers healthy while abroad

Keeping corporate travelers healthy while abroad

In the increasingly global business market, corporate travel is taking people to further destinations for longer periods of time. Because the stakes of these trips can be high, the health of travelling employees should be a top consideration.

A prescription for work-life balance

A prescription for work-life balance

Good or bad stress is still STRESS which our brain responds to accordingly. Left unchecked or unmanaged, it creates a sense of unease which in turn can lead to disease.

executive health programs top benefits for star performers

Executive Health Programs Top List of Benefits for Star Performers

Executive healthcare is fast becoming an important part of the benefits that companies provide to their top talent.

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Copeman Healthcare offers personalized care to residents of St. Albert

The Copeman Healthcare Centre that recently opened in the Edmonton suburb of Glenora is offering personalized care for residents of St. Albert.

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Understanding the Inner CEO: Self-Regulation and ADHD

Low self-regulation can lead to uneven work performance, underachievement at school, a chaotic family life, or poor life choices due to impulsivity.

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Measuring Team Satisfaction in Primary Care

Measuring Team Satisfaction in Primary Care

Research by: Holly Kennedy-­‐Symonds MHSc, Wilma Watson MCE, Chris Nedelmann MBA Context In recent years, studies have modeled the relationship between measures of job satisfaction for primary care teams and objective measures of quality based on process indicators and clinical outcomes. Multilevel analyses indicated that aggregate job satisfaction ratings are associated with higher values on both […]