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Universal Access to Occupational Health Summit

Universal Access to Occupational Health

Online Summit, 21st September 2021 afternoon

A half day exploring how can we achieve universal access in occupational health, and the benefits this would produce.

Target audience – senior policy leaders within health, government, and industry

2pm Welcome Dame Carol Black, SOM Patron

2.05pm Introductory overview – Professor Ewan Macdonald OBE, University of Glasgow - Why is this important? E.g. Long COVID

2.15pm Examples of Universal Access

-  Finland - Owe Österbacka, FIOH

-  WHO perspective – Dr Ivan Ivanov

-  EU perspective – Ioannis Anyfantis, EU-OSHA

3.00pm Trade Union perspective - Owen Tudor

3.15pm Council for Work and Health perspective - Dr Steve Boorman

3.30pm Royal College of GPs - speaker tbc

3.45pm Rt Hon Theresa Villiers and discussion

4.30pm Public Health perspectives - Professor Maggie Rae, FPH President

4.45pm Panel discussion with speakers and President of the Faculty of Occupational Medicine, Dr Steve Nimmo, and Dr Jayne Moore, President of the SOM

5pm Close

Register on Eventbrite here.

September 21st, 2021 2:00 PM   to   5:00 PM