MED-1 Occupational Health Services
Thank you to all those that attended and presented at the 18th Annual Spring Symposium
2019 Topics & Speakers
Describing Techniques to Reduce Stress and Increase Communication
Mr. Ron Scott, MA, SPHR
Employee Assistant Program Consultant
Mr. Scott received a BA in Business Administration from Spring Arbor University and has a MA degree in Education Leadership from Western Michigan University. In his current position as the Employee Assistant Program Consultant with Pine Rest Mental Health Services, he facilitates educational programming in stress management, communication and performance management.
Top 20 Definitions and Their Potential Impact
Ms. Julienne Little, DO, CME, MRO
Dr. Julienne Little is the Medical Director of MED-1 Occupational Health Services. She has practiced occupational medicine since August 1989, and is a member of the American College of Occupational & Environmental Physicians, as well as the Michigan Osteopathic College of Occupational and Preventive Medicine.
Pathways: Service Delivery
Ms. Mary Alice Ehrlich, RN, BSN, MSA
Executive Vice President
Mary Alice is the Executive Vice President for MED-1 Occupational Health Services. She is a current board member of the National Association of Occupational Health Professionals (NAOHP) and a member of American Association of Occupational Health Nurses. (AAOHN).
Marijuana Law Review: Impact on Michigan Employers
Mr. Ian Northon, BS, JD
Attorney at Law
Mr. Northon obtained a BS in Biology and Chemistry and his JD from Ave Maria School of Law in Naples, Florida. He is licensed to practice law in Michigan, Florida and Pennsylvania. His areas of practice include Dispute Resolution and Litigation services, Human Resources and Employment Law. His clients typically face high stress, high-stakes claims and disputes often concentrating in area of Employment and Civil Litigation.