This conference from BHSF explores mental health, including employer interventions, diagnosis and treatment and legal considerations.

 

This conference explores mental health, from assessment through to diagnosis and into treatments, old and new. Guidance and advice on how employers can detect mental health issues early, intervene and prevent are also covered as well as a review of the legal aspects such as Employment Tribunals and examples of case studies.

Why attend? 

  • Gain fresh insight from leading industry experts
  • Receive five CPD points approved by the Faculty of Occupational Medicine  

Who should attend? 

This conference will appeal to all Occupational Health clinicians as well as human resources colleagues to gain an up to date overview of this spiralling problem from a collection of experts in their field. 

When? 

Thursday 13th September 2018. 

Where? 

Chateau Impney Hotel & Exhibition Centre 
Droitwich Spa 
Worcestershire 
WR9 0BN     

Directions  

Cost 

The cost of the conference is £175 + VAT

Book before 30 June and receive an early bird rate, meaning you pay just £150 + VAT.

To view the full conference programme click here
To book your place, please click here.

Places are limited, so please book early to avoid disappointment. 


Agenda

9.15 – 9.45
Registration

9.45 – 10.35
Mental disorders, standard and new treatments
Dr Meetu Singh Sonsati, Consultant Psychiatrist & Managing Director at The Oaktree Clinic

10.35 – 11.25
Mental illness and professional staff

Alfred White, Consultant Liaison Psychiatrist

11.25 – 11.45
Tea and coffee break

11.45 – 12.35
Addressing demons in the workplace

David Nuttall, Chief People Officer at BHSF Group 
and
My journey through mental health in business
Chris Ives, Managing Partner at HG & Company Consultants

12.35 – 13.15
Lunch

13.15 – 14.05
Tackling mental health illness in the workplace: early intervention approach

Dr Philip McCrea, Chief Medical Officer at BHSF Occupational Health Ltd

14.05 – 14.55
Mental health and wellbeing strategies in the workplace

Caroline Sidell, Managing Director at Corporate Wellbeing

14.55 – 15.10
Tea and coffee break

15.10 – 16.00
Mental health and the law

Jayne Holliday, Senior Legal Adviser at EEF

16.00
Close
 

September 13th, 2018 9:15 AM   to   4:00 PM
Event CPD Details
Available CPD points 5

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