- This will be the first face-to-face Conference since 2019.
- Plan to come to Dunedin.
Prof Joanne Crawford Worksafe New Zealand Chair in Health and Safety School of Health, Victoria University Musculoskeletal Disorders - Why we still have a problem, and what we can do about it?
Dr Helen Harcombe U Otago Injury Prevention Unit Co-Principal Investigator of the Subsequent Injury Study (SInS), funded by the Health Research Council of NZ Results from the Subsequent injury Study (SinS) Dr Brendan Arnold - Infectious Disease physician Dunedin Hospital UV-C Light disinfection - COVID beware! Workplace UV-C exposure Prof Yoram Barak U Otago A/Professor of Psychiatry and Consultant Psychogeriatrician A consultant for the National Multiple Sclerosis Center in Israel, he is also a special consultant on positive psychology for the Israel Defense Forces. Ageing Successfully as a Physician Dr Rebecca Lilley U Otago Involved in a number of Health Research Council and MBIE projects. Has also held a training fellowship in work disability prevention from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research. Work-related fatalities Establishing a Health Survey in Truck Drivers
Dr Paula O'Kane U Otago teaching and researching for over 10 years in both the UK and New Zealand. She is primarily interested in how technology impacts how we work. The Future of work
Andrea McMillan U Otago COVID in NZ - lessons learnt
Dr David Beaumont Occupational Physician Well-being & ‘It pays to care’
A/Prof David McBride U Otago New initiative for NZ veteran's Mental Health
A/Prof Moazzam Zaidi U Otago Total Worker Health - a model for NZ?
Work Site Visits
Friday 14 October
Available sites will be:-
Scott Technology – Industrial Robotics and Occupational Health & Safety
Animal Research – University of Otago
New School of Dentistry
McKinlay Shoe Manufacture
Bridgman St Panel Beaters
Some are within walking distance of the Conference venue. Transport provided to others.
Times and more details soon.