Call for council:
The Section Council are keen to welcome applications from RSM members to join Council. Please note that this invitation is not limited to doctors and other health professionals interested in Occupational Health would be welcome to apply.
Please send in your CV and cover letter to Fiona Sabel detailing what you can bring to the Council.
About this section
To discuss topics relevant to the field of occupational medicine and improve the understanding of the physical, chemical and psychological hazards of work activities and advances in occupational health practice. To promote co-operation between the specialty of occupational medicine and other medical disciplines by providing a supportive learning environment and network for trainees.
Occupational health physicians, company medical directors, doctors, nurses and anyone with an interest in the activities of the Section.
Section meetings and conferences are usually organised by members of the Section council, led by the Section President.
Wednesday 10 May 2017, Royal Society of Medicine
1 Wimpole Street
This meeting will explore UK and international perspectives on occupational health and the implications of the uncertainties of Brexit on workplace/workforce health.
Day | Registration: 09:30 | Organised by: Occupational Medicine Section, The Society of Occupational Medicine |
Region: London | Accreditation: 5 CPD Points Find out more
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Dr John Chisholm discusses the impact of work on health and health on work from a historical perspective.
33 minutes | Organised by: Occupational Medicine Section | Accreditation: 1 CPD point Watch lecture
Occupational Medicine Section
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