Wednesday 6 December 2017
Royal Society of Medicine
1 Wimpole Street
5 CPD Points
This one day meeting jointly organised by Occupational Medicine and Open Sections will discuss factors that create workplace environments that encourage employee engagement, productivity and health.
A combination of informative presentations and open discussions will provide understanding of the factors that enable and constrain the creation of a healthy, motivating workplace. This knowledge can then be taken forward into action, either as health professionals employed within the NHS, or advisers to employers.
Jointly organised by the RSM Occupational Medicine and Open Sections this day meeting brings together those engaged as employees of the NHS, public and private sector employers (Goldman Sachs) and those advising the NHS and other organisations on workplace health, including occupational health professionals, the Chartered Institute of Personnel Development (CIPD) and the Health and Safety Executive (HSE).
RSM member rates from £75 - £115
Non-member rates from £80 - £190
*Tickets include tea, coffee and lunch
*The programme and speaker line up will be updated regularly
who should attend:
All members interested in improving the health of those in work
Registration, tea and coffee
Welcome and introduction
Perspectives on health and wellbeing at work
Dr Paquita de Zulueta, President, Open Section, Royal Society of Medicine
Dr Paquita de Zulueta, President Open Section, Royal Society of Medicine
Health and wellbeing at work; the PHE perspective
Dr Michael Brannan, Deputy National Lead for Adult Health and Wellbeing, Public Health England
Keynote: Supporting health and wellbeing at work in the NHS
Dr Jocelyn Cornwell, Chief Executive, Point of Care Foundation
Tea and coffee
Creating the human centred organisation
Mr Tom Stewart, Deputy Chair, Council for Work and Health Past President Chartered Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors
How can great leadership 'let pride and joy in work' infuse UK plc? How leaders with quotient balance and a growth mindset impact health and wellbeing
Ms Natalie Dee, Head of Programmes, Quidnunc and Mr Charles Fair, Head of Insight and Analytics, Quidnunc
Panel discussion – so what do we know about health and wellbeing at work?
What can we do to healthy and productive workplaces?
Dr Robin Cordell, President, Occupational Medicine Section, Royal Society of Medicine
Developing leadership and management skills in health and wellbeing at work
Rachel Suff, Senior Policy Adviser, Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development
How this ties in with the HSE strategy on health in the workplace
Peter Kelly, Senior Psychologist, Health and Work Programme, The Health and Safety Executive
Tea and coffee break
ROI and sustainability in creating healthy, productive workplaces in the commercial sector
Dr Rikard Moen, Chief Medical Officer, Iqarus
How we as health professionals can promote the creation of healthy, motivating workplaces in the NHS and the other sectors with which we work
Dr Anne de Bono, President, Faculty of Occupational Medicine
Panel discussion – so how can we make this happen in our workplaces?
Dr Joanna Wilde, Council for Work and Health and afternoon speakers
Dr Robin Cordell, President Occupational Medicine Section, RSM and afternoon speakers
Close of meeting
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