The new world of work - half day zoom webinar - 17 November 2020
Learn practical strategies and techniques to improve return to work and understand the new world of work. Attendees are likely to be professionals and managers with an interest in work and health including HR managers, health professionals, insurers, and members of SOM, VRA, BPS.
Date: 17 November 2020
Visit the SOM event page for full details and to register for your place.
Health and Well-Being at Work Conference
We're starting to make plans again for the very successful annual Health & Well-Being at Work conference.
This is usually held at the NEC in March but there is a possibility that next year might be a virtual conference. Ideas for a variety of presentation styles are therefore requested.
Theme ideas suggested so far (based on comments from previous delegates), are;
The preference for this conference is for case studies and practitioner experiences, more than academic papers.
They particularly like employers / employees / clients presenting alongside an Occupational Psychologist, to illustrate how things have actually worked in practise.
Practical based sessions are also suggesed as an idea.
To submit an expression of interest please download and complete the attached form.
Or if you are vaguely interested, but not sure and would like more information, then you can contact the Psychology of Health & Well-Being working group, via [email protected]
To help us move swiftly with this, it would be appreciated if any initial ideas and completed forms can be sent to the above email by Wednesday 23rd September.
- Coaching psychology
- Pandemics (and all the employment topics related to this - health & safety, working from home, remote management, mental health, team working, social side of work, zoom fatigue etc. etc. etc.)
- Young people (perhaps the new world of work, as Young People are likely to experience things)
- Sleep and fatigue
Return to work following the COVID-19 lockdown
Date: 26 May 12:00-14:00
DOP Members can download the slides here and sign in to access the link to the recording.
Neurodiversity and Employment Forum - Assistive technology breaking down barriers to work
Date: 18 May 13:30-15:45
Further details and booking information