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Recorded at AIHce 2016
There might not be a hotter topic in the field of ergonomics than sit-stand workstations and alternative workstations in the office environment. There have been many articles in the newspaper, trade publications, and academic journals suggesting a full range of benefits. During this session, our panel of academic experts discuss the physiological benefits of sit-stand workstations and alternative workstations in the office workplace. Lastly, the barriers to implementing these workstations and key learnings are discussed by our panel of experienced, industry practitioners.
• Stand Up and Move: Your Musculoskeletal Health Depends on It
K. Davis, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH.
• Physiological Evidence for Standing Desks in the Workplace
J. Burr, University of Guelph, Guelph, ON, Canada.
• What Works and What Does Not when Providing Standing Capable Workstations
M. Benden, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX.
• Challenges of Implementing Sit-Stand Workstations in the Office
K. Grosteffon, Humantech, Houston, TX.
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