HSE's Working Minds mental health campaign launched
Health and social care is one of five sectors that will be specifically targeted in a new campaign aimed at helping small businesses with easy to implement advice, including simple steps to introduce the principles of the stress management standards.
Launched by Sarah Albon, chief executive of the Health and Safety Executive, at the HSE Health and Work Conference earlier this month, Working Minds raises awareness about how to recognise and respond to the signs of stress to protect workers and support good mental health to help people to stay well.
Read full press release HERE
SURVEY: MMU Study to investigate the experiences of physiotherapists in relation to litigation
Manchester Metropolitan University have been funded by the CSP to investigate the experiences of physiotherapists in relation to litigation. This is a 3 phase study (phases 1 & 2 already completed) and MMU are now starting phase 3 which is a UK survey of physiotherapists (CES & litigation). They want to survey all physiotherapists from across the UK, from all specialities and all grades.
Please read full article HERE for further information and link to the survey.
This survey is completely anonymous and should take approximately 5-10 minutes to complete. You do not need to have any experience of litigation to take part.
NEW ACPOHE Course now available: Vehicle Ergonomics online
We're delighted to announce that our brand new course, Vehicle Ergonomics, is now available online.
This 2–3 hour independent online learning course includes provision of a new electronic Vehicle Assessment Form to assist you when undertaking these assessments. This is a highly practical course with plenty of top tips on how best undertake these assessments based on a systems approach to ergonomics.
NEW Vehicle Ergonomics ONLINE Course–
Join us for our next FREE webinar: MSK Risk Factors in the Workplace - An Evidence UpdateACPOHE Webinar: MSK Risk Factors in the Workplace - An Evidence Update
Join us for our next FREE webinar on Thursday 4th November at 10:30. Members and non-members are very welcome!
Professional Networks Funding (Round 2) Oct - Nov 2021
From the CSP Professional Networks office:
From feedback in April both internally and externally, the process for submitting in the second round remains the same as April this year. A short pre-recorded video will therefore be required and this replaces the 1000 word written application that had been requested in previous years. We have used a similar format for other types of submission in the CSP, and feel this would allow PN’s to not only explain the project in more detail, but also to get across more information than 1000 word limit that was previously in place. The guidance document has also been reviewed again, and we hope to have added more detail with regards to what we are looking for, in terms of the scoring of the projects in order to offer out funding.
NEW ACPOHE Webinar: Musculoskeletal Health and Wellbeing in Schools (Teachers and Children) 08/10/21
We're pleased to announce that our next webinar, Musculoskeletal Health and Wellbeing in Schools (Teachers and Children) is scheduled for:
Friday 8th October 2021, 1230 - 1300.
Introduction to Applied Ergonomics – New blended learning course 03/03/22
Remote DSE Assessment Best Practice - online - 20/01/22
NEW ACPOHE webinar: Work and Health for First Contact Practitioners PART 2 – Practical use of the health & work report
We're delighted to announce our next ACPOHE webinar: Work and Health for First Contact Practitioners PART 2 – Practical use of the health & work report
is on August 26th 2021, 12:00 - 13:00
This second webinar presented by ACPOHE on this topic will consider the reality of using the 'Health and Work Report' in FCP practice, as a tool to support people at or absent from work.Cameron Black is currently completing a Professional Doctorate. The Thesis is focussed on FCPs and their ability to take on fitness for work and sickness absence certification roles. He is also involved in a national evaluation of FCP practice, publishing articles on the topic.Laura McColl is a practising FCP and supervisor for her team. Her current role is split between the clinical and supervisory aspect of the FCP service. As part of the role all of the FCPs use the AHP Health and Work report to facilitate patients to remain working or to support a short period away from work. Laura will share her experiences, reflections and practical tips for using the tool.
We will hear from two physiotherapists working in NHS primary care who have research and practical experience of using the 'Health and Work report'.
This webinar is presented free on Zoom and is available to ACPOHE members and non-members.
To register, please CLICK ON THIS LINK to take you to the Zoom registration page. Or see more details on our website here:
If you can't make the webinar please note that the webinar will be recorded and there will be a link to watch the recording added to our Webinars page soon after the event.