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Work and Health services 1 – key considerations.

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FREE for ALL (please log in on the SOM website first). 

Expert-led webinar series: ‘What are the key considerations for effective and integrated Work and Health services?’

The Government is committed to supporting disabled people and people with health conditions to start, stay and succeed in work.  Work is good for people’s health.

This webinar series is for all those who have a role in planning and delivering integrated work and health services, including Integrated Care Boards, Primary Care, Local Authorities, Job Centre Plus, policy-makers and others with an interest in this field.

We have a multi-disciplinary line up of speakers, reflecting the multi-disciplinary response needed to address an individual’s full set of barriers and support needs.

Thanks go out to the Society for Occupational Medicine (SOM) for kindly organising the events in partnership with the DWP and DHSC Joint Work and Health Directorate.

Work and Health services 1 – key considerations

22nd April 2-3.30pm

Chair – Jean King: Deputy Director – Health Division, Joint Work and Health Directorate

  • Models of Occupational Health and the value of low intensity biopsychosocial interventions - Dr Steve Boorman, Chair, Council for Work and Health
  • The role of Occupational Therapy and Vocational Rehabilitation – Karin Orman, RCOT Director of Practice and Innovation
  • Different roles in a multidisciplinary team and building capability - Janet O’Neil, National School of Occupational Health (NSOH)

FREE for ALL. You will then be sent the joining link.

April 22nd, 2024 from  2:00 PM to  3:30 PM
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