08 Mar Society of Occupational Medicine in partnership with Health Matters, Occupational Health bring you the ‘Key Issues in Occupational Health Conference’
We are thrilled to announce we will be partnering with the Society of Occupational Medicine to host the ‘Key Issues in Occupational Health’ conference on Friday 17th May. This will be a multidisciplinary day for doctors, nurses, physiotherapists, psychologists and health and safety professionals throughout Northern Ireland and Ireland, who are involved in or have an interest in occupational health.
The one day conference will cover key issues in occupational health including:
- Occupational & Traumatic stress (focusing on emergency services & military personnel)
- Fitness to drive
- Work and mental health issues
- How to deliver robust leadership and management within an Occupational Health Practice
We are expecting a highly interactive day with a great line up of speakers including:
- Professor Diana Kloss MBE, Honorary Fellow of the Faculty of Occupational Medicine of the Royal College of Physicians and an honorary life member of the Society of Occupational Medicine
- Dr Dympna Browne, Consultant Clinical Physchologist, Occupational Health, Belfast Trust
- Professor Anne Harriss, Course Director, Occupational Health Nursing at London South Bank University
- Professor Cherie Armour, Associate Dean (Research and Impact), Univeristy of Ulster
- Dr D M Griffiths, DVLA Doctor, Drivers Medical Group
- Mary Doran, Managing Director of Health Matters Occupational Health
To read the full programme, click here.
Date: 17th May 2019
Venue: William Legge Room, Malone House, Barnett Demesne, Belfast, BT9 5PB
Time: 10am – 3.30pm
3.5 CPD points accredited by the Faculty of Occupational Medicine.
To register for this event, click here. We are looking forward to a great day!