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FOM Trainee Conference 2020 - Save the date

The Future of Occupational Medicine

FOM is pleased to announce that this year’s trainee conference will take place on Monday 23rd November.  Occupational Medicine trainees are a diverse group, across many sectors and regions.  While face-to-face meetings remain the format of choice, current restrictions preclude traditional conference gatherings. In the interest of safety and continuing education, a half-day virtual conference will take place. Using Microsoft Teams, it is hoped that trainees from across the UK will be able to attend, without a need to travel.  There is no charge to attend, but registration will be required.

The format is short, focussed segments with time for discussion and Q&A, and engagement is encouraged.  A mixture of exam-focused material and broader professional development will be on offer. It is anticipated that this will spark some lively discussion and discourse, to compensate somewhat for the absence of socialising.

Learning Objectives

  1. Identify the broad roles and perspectives of an Occupational Physician as a clinician, leader, mediator and researcher
  2. Recognise how these roles intersect and differ in various sectors nationally and internationally
  3. Consider the importance of emerging evidence in Occupational Medicine and how that influences practice and research
  4. Relate leadership and management experiences during training to future opportunities
  5. Apply experiences of peer-trainees to exam preparation, ePortfolio and research dissertation to own training progression

Full programme and registration details will be announced shortly.

When
November 23rd, 2020 9:30 AM through  4:00 PM
Event CPD Details
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