Jun
26
to Jun 28

Occupational health 2017 Research and Practice

Programme features key aspects of occupational health and medicine, including leading speakers presenting research, discussions on key challenges, practical workshops and case reviews, social and networking events.

Conference Features

  • Trainee Conference day
  • New buddy scheme for first-time attendees
  • Plenary session keynote lectures
  • Small group parallel sessions for increased interaction
  • Practical topics planned including Audiology, Dermatology, Cardiology, MSK, HAVS, Travel Medicine
  • Meet the Expert sessions
  • Welcome Reception in the Conference venue
  • Gala Dinner with After-Dinner speaker Lord Blunkett
  • Call for Abstracts for oral and poster presentation
  • Optional Workplace Visit day

For more information, visit: http://occupationalhealthconferences.com/index.html

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Jun
19
to Jun 21

International Conference on Culture, Health and Wellbeing

The second international conference is coming to Bristol UK on June 19, 20 and 21 2017.

The conference will showcase inspirational practice, policy and the latest research in culture and arts in health and wellbeing. It will discuss the role of arts and creativity in healing, care and wellbeing across the life course. It will encourage discussion and shared learning, facilitating dialogue between researchers, policy makers and practitioners.

More information and booking: http://www.lahf.org.uk/international-conference-culture-health-and-wellbeing-june-2017

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May
10
9:30am 9:30am

Occupational health in a global market

This one day meeting will explore the role of occupational health in a global context and given the current political landscape with Brexit. By the end of the meeting participants will know about the range of delivery models for occupational health available globally and appreciate how occupational medicine approaches health risks. Come to this meeting to understand the international dimension to occupational health and the potential ‘future’ for occupational health in the UK post Brexit. 

Aim

This meeting will explore UK and international perspectives on occupational health and the implications of the uncertainties of Brexit on workplace/workforce health.

Learning objectives

  • Understand international companies approach to healthcare in their workforce.
  • Understand the uncertainties of Brexit on UK workplace health.
  • Understand global work and health risks in the future.  
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Mar
23
9:00am 9:00am

Perspectives in work and health: issues, challenges and innovations

The aim of this meeting is to explore the relationship between work and health from the perspective of the employer and employee in the context of the roles of GPs and occupational physicians.

Objectives - At the end of the meeting participants will:

  • Understand the relationships, roles and needs of all the stakeholders to appreciate issues and concerns from each perspective.
  • Understand how clinicians can actively support an employee with health problems to remain in /return to work
  • know the evidence base for the range of interventions available to support employers and employees

More information and booking: https://www.rsm.ac.uk/events/events-listing/2016-2017/sections/occupational-medicine-section/omh02-perspectives-in-work-and-health-issues,-challenges-and-innovations.aspx

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Mar
7
to Mar 8

Health and Wellbeing at Work

7-8 March 2017 National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham

Health and Wellbeing at Work is the UK's leading event for HR and occupational health professionals, rehabilitation, therapy and behaviour specialists, ergonomists and other professionals responsible for the environment, health, safety and wellbeing of work-aged people.

More information and booking: http://www.healthatwork2016.co.uk/

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Sep
26
9:00am 9:00am

The future for health and work

Date: Wednesday 21 September 2016

Venue:

Royal Society of Medicine
1 Wimpole Street
LONDON
W1G 0AE  

Organised by one of our directors, Dr Nikki Cordell, who is President of the Occupational Medicine Section, The Royal Society of Medicine.  This meeting is open to all interested in the role of occupational and organisational health in a wider socio-political as well as business context, given the current political landscape, in order to support people to remain in work and to help those with health conditions and disabilities to overcome obstacles to get into work.

 

More information: https://www.rsm.ac.uk/events/events-listing/2015-2016/sections/occupational-medicine-section/omg03-the-future-for-health-and-work.aspx

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