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6th Annual IHPM EU/UK Health & Productivity Forum
30/11/2010 - 01/12/2010
We are pleased – and honored – to be presenting this outstanding program on a theme that IHPM has been carrying around the world in recent years, to Asia and Latin America as well as to Europe – that the physical and mental health of the work force is crucial to the economic health of business and the nation.
Inaugural URAC/GKEN International Health Promotion Awards Symposium
06/12/2010 - 07/12/2010
In health care, simple ideas discovered in a local community can make a dramatic difference when implemented effectively around the world.
XIX World Congress on Safety and Health at Work
11/09/2011 - 15/09/2011
The global financial and economic crisis has had adverse effects on employment and working life, and also on occupational safety and health all over the world. Global challenges necessitate global cooperation and one of the most effective and efficient ways is to invest jointly in a safe working environment which will promote well-being and boost productivity by means of eliminating injuries and illnesses.
Work, Stress, and Health 2011 Work and Well-Being in an Economic Context
19/05/2011 - 22/05/2011
The Work, Stress, and Health Conference series addresses the changing nature of work and the implications of these changes for the health, safety, and well-being of workers
Health and Wellbeing at Work
08/03/2011 - 09/03/2011
Today, more than ever, organisations need to ensure their employees are fit, healthy, energised and in work. There is added pressure to reduce absences and to offer opportunities to those not currently in the workplace. Health and Wellbeing at Work will provide you with cost-effective, inspiring and innovative ideas to ensure that you are ahead of the game.
IXth ENMESH International Conference
23/06/2011 - 25/06/2011
Mental health services throughout Europe experience a period of profound change, driven by continuing challenges to public health and political commitment on intergovernmental (e.g. WHO European Ministerial Conference) and national levels. Due to national and regional historical developments including more recent changes, European countries differ widely in the way they organize mental health services. These differences range from cultural definitions of mental illness to the percentage of national budgets spent on mental health care. There is also wide variation in the level of implementation of effective and adequately funded community-based services fostering social inclusion and recovery. Throughout Europe, innovative and effective treatment approaches are being developed, established, and evaluated. However, there are also areas of concern because services are lacking or poorly focussed.
2011 Psychologically Healthy Workplace Conference
08/04/2011 - 09/04/2011
Working together, psychology and business can create healthy organizational cultures that support employee well-being and organizational performance. Connect with experts and award-winning companies to explore topics including high-impact health promotion and wellness efforts, workplace flexibility as a business strategy, incentives and recognition, diversity and inclusion as drivers of competitive advantage and more. Save the date for our 2011 Psychologically Healthy Workplace Conference.
2011 NASPA Mental Health Conference
13/01/2011 - 15/01/2011
Colleges and universities are reporting an increase in both the number of students with mental health problems and the complexity and severity of issues.
Investing in Well Being at Work - Addressing Psychosocial Risks in Times of Change
22/11/2010 - 24/11/2010
The European Commission together with the Belgium presidency of the Council of the European Union, will be holding a Forum investing in well being at work and addressing psychosocial risks in time of change.
The 6th World Conference on the Pomotion of Mental Health and Prevention of Mental and Behavioural Disorders
17/11/2010 - 19/11/2010
Mental health is a critical issue for governments, communities, and individuals around the world. This conference will address the pervasive and enduring inequalities that affect the mental health of millions of people, in both rich and poor countries.