SOM's Inaugural Occupational Health Awareness Week
This past week marked The Society of Occupational Medicine's inaugural Occupational Health Awareness Week.
Visit the website for resources, careers infomation and interviews with OH professionals, including doctors, nurses, physios, psychologists, technicians & OTs. Thereb is even a profile of ACPOHE's very own committee member Paul Scallan.
Click here to find out more.
Brand NEW ACPOHE Course - Remote DSE Assessment Best Practice - online course
We're pleased to announce that we have a brand new course to offer: Remote DSE Assessment Best Practice, with two dates already scheduled.
FREE ACPOHE Webinar - Understanding and Overcoming Chronic Pain – A new paradigm - 22/06/21
You're invited to our next Zoom webinar: Understanding and Overcoming Chronic Pain – A new paradigm - scroll down for more details.
Date: Tuesday 22nd June 2021
Time: 12:00 - 13:00
How: free Zoom webinar
NEW ACPOHE Webinar: Management of long COVID in the workplace
Our next Zoom webinar is Management of long COVID in the workplace:
Date: Wednesday 12th May 2021
Time: 11:30am - 12:30pm
How: free Zoom webinar
The focus of this Zoom webinar will be: supporting a return to work and function in people experiencing long Covid.
We are inviting 3 perspectives: physiotherapist, mental health practitioner and a consultant in occupational medicine.
More details including a link to register for the webinar: https://acpohe.csp.org.uk/event/webinar-management-long-covid-workplace
Please do feel free to share this with anyone you think might be interested.
Keep an eye on our webinars and courses web pages to see what else is coming up too.
ACPOHE 2021 Courses - now bookable online!
All of ACPOHE's currently scheduled courses for 2021, including some face to face ones towards the end of the year, are now bookable online via our website: https://acpohe.csp.org.uk/content/acpohe-courses.
Health and Wellbeing at Work Virtual Event 15-19 March 2021
ACPOHE will again be presenting at the Health and Wellbeing at Work Conference. Now in its 15th successful year, the event will be virtual with over 100 hours of insights and learning – you can sign up for a day, a week or a week plus a further 30 days on demand. 20 conference programmes profile the latest innovations, ideas and best practice within occupational health and ergonomics, with a dedicated programme on Managing MSDs and Ergonomics. Here are just some of the highlights to look forward to:
WEBINAR: Introduction to the Journal of Physiotherapy in Work and Health
Free Webinar: Introduction to the Journal of Physiotherapy in Work and Health
Thursday, 04th March 2021 @ 12:00-13:00
The new ACPOHE online journal is committed to providing a platform for sharing contemporary research and ideas regarding physiotherapy education and practice and is now LIVE. We are keen to add new reviewers to our list, welcome new authors and learn about your work and research! Even if you do not currently review for the journal or do not have any author experience we’d love you to attend this webinar to get more information about authoring an article and/or adding your name as a peer reviewer.
Read full article for registration details.
Journal of Physiotherapy in Work and Health
ACPOHE's new online journal is committed to providing a platform for sharing contemporary research and ideas regarding physiotherapy education and practice and is now LIVE.
Please visit the website where you can find our first editorial.
Health and Wellbeing at Work Top Trends for 2021
Health and Wellbeing at Work have published their 2021 Trends Report. ACPOHE Chair Miles Atkinson contributed to the report. To download a copy of the report click here.
SOM and PHE webinars
The Society of Occupational Medicine and Public Health England have been hosting a series of free webinars with two still left to run in March:
- 3rd March 2-4pm Developing a COVID secure health and wellbeing strategy
- 10th March 2-4pm Managing change – from restructuring, redundancy to home working
Recordings of the previous webinars are also available. Click here for the link and further details.