Removing those who drive from the road if they are under the influence of drugs or alcohol just got more complicated for law enforcement officers. The U.S. Supreme Court recently ruled that obtaining biologic specimens using a breathalyzer...
EA Industry Spotlight is a round up of bit-sized articles covering our field. This August, we include news of a study reiterating the importance of SBIRT, the emerging business model for behavioral healthcare, and a new opportunity for EAPs in the area of cognitive behavioral...
The John J. "Jack" Hennessy Scholarship Fund is established in memory of and in tribute to former EAPA President and EACC Chair Jack Hennessy, in recognition of his tireless efforts to advance the professional growth of both...
Employers frequently struggle to know how best to accommodate mental disabilities, especially when those same disabilities cause disruption in the workplace. Last month, the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals determined that the employer...
The EAPA Nominations Committee has put together a slate of officers and directors to comprise the 2016-2018 EAPA Board of Directors, and members will vote to ratify those selections. The slate consists of candidates for President Elect,...
The U.S. Surgeon General, Dr. Vivek Murthy, issued a letter asking millions of U.S. medical practitioners to 1. Educate themselves to treat pain safely and effectively, 2. Screen patients for opioid use disorder and...
As this divisive election season heats up, employers are reminded to promptly stop workers from making unwelcome comments about co-workers' national origin, or else risk the wrath of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
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