Working together to improve the health of the UK's workforce
 

Welcome to The Society of Occupational Medicine

The Society of Occupational Medicine is the UK organisation for all doctors working in or with an interest in occupational health. Affiliate membership is also open to other healthcare professionals working in occupational health.

Research shows that working is good for your health and mental well-being – occupational health professionals help people stay in work and live full and healthy lives. They also help employers by reducing sickness absence and increasing productivity.

As well as benefits for our members, the Society provides general information for:

  • Doctors working in or with an interest in occupational health
  • Occupational Health Practitioners
  • General Practitioners
  • Employers
  • General Public
  • Media
Working together to improve the health of the UK’s workforce


Associated healthcare practitioners resident in the UK are invited to join the Society as Affiliate members or as Associates

• Join now – full details and online application here


 

Dates for your diary 

SOM ASM 2016

Occupational Health:
As You Like It

Monday 27 – Thursday 30 June
in Stratford-upon-Avon
hosted by SOM West Midlands Group


 
 
 

Latest: 

Important for SOM members:

We have a vacancy within the SOM for a Clinical Appraisal Lead:

 Job description here


FOM SOM Membership Survey Results

Thank you to all of the Society and Faculty members who took part in our recent survey, the results can be found here:

Summary

  Raw Data


Open letter to Dr Richard Heron, FOM President with response

The Society has been asked to publish an 'open letter' that has been sent to Dr Richard Heron, President of the Faculty of Occupational Medicine. The letter expresses some concerns from a group of occupational physicians.

Members can view the original letter and  full response sent by Dr Heron which includes an update on recent activities to promote the specialty here:

Open letter to Richard Heron [Feb 2015]

Response from Richard Heron