Conference programme announced
Added on the 21st January 2020
With the March on Stress conference ‘Mental Health at Work: What’s the Evidence?’ just a few weeks away we are delighted to release details of the programme* for the day.
The event takes place in London on Tuesday, 11th February 2020 with the last remaining places available to book online or by contacting us at email@example.com.
We are excited to be joined by the following experts, all delivering fascinating sessions:
- Professor Neil Greenberg, March on Stress, King’s College London.
Session title: ‘What does scientific evidence tell us about improving mental health in the workplace?’
- Dr Will Ponsonby, President of the Society of Occupational Medicine.
Session title: ‘Mental fitness for safety critical workers’
- Dr Andrew Ronald (NHS Grampian), Ed House (Home Office), Anthony Birkett (HM Passport Office).
Session title: ‘Peer support in organisational settings – what works and what are the opportunities?’
- Dr Brock Chisholm, Trauma Treatment International.
Session title: ‘Keeping the lawyers away: Promoting mental wellbeing in stressful workplace environments’
- Martin Lally, Greater Manchester Police.
Session title: ‘Focusing on Protecting the Protectors’
- Dr Laura Rafferty, King’s College London.
Session title: ‘Stigma and Barriers to care – how might people with mental health problems navigate their way into effective care’
- Dr Vanessa Moulton, Mindflex.
Session title: 'A Proactive Approach to Psychological Health: The importance of tools for building and maintaining Psychological Fitness'
- Darren Humphrey & Dr Karla Greenberg, March on Stress.
Session title: ‘What next? Evidence-based clinical support’
Georgina Godden, March on Stress Business Development Director, said: “We believe that anyone in psychological distress, whether as a result of exposure to potential trauma or the consequence of other (more day-to-day) occupational stressors, deserves access to the right evidence-based support and care in their workplace.
“Our upcoming event supports this belief and we are looking forward to the opportunity to discuss and look at evidence for mental health support at work – bringing together expert speakers and delegates to share knowledge, ideas and discussion.”
*Programme correct at time of publication. Although it is not anticipated to change, it does remain subject to amendments.
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