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The aim of the interdisciplinary research workshop, which has been held annually since 2014, is to further develop our research in a purposeful and practice-oriented manner.
The fifth edition of the international conference "Age in the Workplace SGM" was hosted by the CDI-HSG in November 2019.
The CDI-HSG was a cooperation partner of the travelling exhibition "invisible - Irritation in Black".
The CDI-HSG, in cooperation with Barmer GEK, Bild am Sonntag and Deutsche Telekom, conducted a large-scale study to examine the effects of digitalization on the workforce's health.
A little over 100 guests attended the double vernissage of the documentary film "Breathing Under Water", which won the Audience Avard at the 7th Zurich Film Festival, and the bestselling biography "Dr. Nils Jent. A life at the limit" in the St.Gallen Lokremise.
The symposium explored the question of how the professional inclusion of people with disabilities can succeed and which "best practice examples" exist.
As part of the DocNet Management Symposium, Prof. Dr. Stephan Böhm organized a symposium on the topic of demographic change at the University of St.Gallen on October 29, 2010.
The University of St.Gallen (HSG) and the MyHandicap Foundation officially opened the Center for Disability and Integration (CDI-HSG) on 5 November 2009 in the presence of former US President Bill Clinton.