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Work, Health and Well-being: Integrating Wellness and Occupational Health and Safety in the Workplace

USA, Boston (MA)

The Harvard School of Public Health offers a three-day programme designed to help participants enhance employee health, minimize work-related injuries and illnesses, and reduce employee health care-related costs. This applied programme provides the knowledge necessary to integrate siloed occupational health, health promotion, and health protection programmes. It is ideal for professionals with direct responsibility for the health, safety, and wellness of employees as well as those who are designing or directing health protection and health promotion programmes. Participants will represent diverse sectors, industries, and job functions and will come from around the world.


European Conference on Youth Mental Health: From continuity of psychopathology to continuity of care (STraMeHS)

Italy, Venice

Registration deadline is 30 November 2014. Please send in an abstract before 31 July 2014. Background: Young people aged 10-24 years represent 27% of the world's population, and up to 75% of mental disorders occur within 25 years. The STraMeHS Conference aims at raising awareness and improving mental health providers, policy makers, decision makers and health administrators' knowledge about youth mental health and factors affecting this area. The event will also promote the development of integrated and continuous models of care and functioning of mental health services targeted to the specific needs of youth.

The Global Crisis of Depression - The low of the 21st century?

United Kingdom, London

The event, taking place on November 25th in London (Kings Place), will gather 150+ policymakers, healthcare providers, employers, academia, the pharma industry and patient groups for a day of insight, debate and action. The speakers will discuss the burden of depression as well as a variety of national responses to it, aiming to tackle an issue that has beome a leading cause of illness worldwide.

National Conference on Workplace Health Promotion 2014

Italy, Rome

During the second half of 2014, Italy holds the Presidency of the Council of the European Union. In this context, INAIL (NCO Italy) organises its national information day on workplace health promotion, particularly on promoting a workplace culture of physical activity. The theme of the conference - which is duly supported by the European Network for Workplace Health Promotion (ENWHP) - is "Lifestyle and physical activity at work. Initiatives of the networks for workplace health promotion in Europe and in Italy". Rob Gründemann from TNO (NCO Netherlands) will represent ENWHP on the 24th of November. He will talk about "The promotion of physical activity and work".

EANPC Seminar - Relation between psychosocial issues and productivity

Italy, Vicenza

EANPC, the European Productivity Network, and its Italian member - Fondazione Giacomo Rumor, Centro per la Produttività Veneto (CPV) - organise a EANPC Seminar in the context of the 2014-2015 Healthy Workplaces Campaign by EU-OSHA: "Healthy workplaces manage stress". The seminar will discuss more in depth the relation between stress, other psychosocial issues and productivity. The seminar will take place in Vicenza (Italy) and is open to the public.

Breakfast Debate - The role of companies in stress management and work-life balance of their employees

Belgium, Brussels

Policies & Practices is a series of lively exchanges on European social needs aimed at stimulating true interaction between the speakers and the audience. "The role of the companies in stress management and work-life balance of thier employees" is the third session in the cycle "Corporate Social Responsibility and Human Resources: policy complementarities within companies".


LEPH2014 - The Second International Conference on Law Enforcement and Public Health

The Netherlands, Amsterdam

The conference, organised by the Centre of Law Enforcement and Public Health (CLEPH) and the Talma Institute for the Study of Work, Care and Welfare, provides an opportunity for public health practitioners and policy makers to showcase their leadership in addressing, with their police colleagues, very complex and inter-related health, social and law enforcement issues. The conference aims to examine and enhance the partnerships that exist between law enforcement and public health and to focus on the successful practical examples of this partnership.


XXII. biennial conference "Living Conditions and Health"

High Tatras, Slovakia

The conference is organized by the Slovak Society of Hygiene, the Insitute of Hygiene at the Medical Faculty of the Comenius University in Bratislava, the Regional Institute of Public Health in Poprad and the Slovak Society of Occupational health. The programme contains, amongst others, the following sections: noise in the living environment, nutrition and nutritional status, prevention of chornic diseases, health prevention and promotion in children and young people, etc. All together 90 oral presentations and many posters will be available to several hundred participants from Slovakia and the Czech Republic.


First International Conference on Work and Spirituality

Lausanne, Switzerland

Decision makers (entrepreneurs, managers, HR managers, politicians) and researchers (experts in ethics of economy, managment, neuroscientists, professionals in occupational health) will share their knowledge and experiences of the new values that are emerging in the world. "Is life at work worth living?" The converging views will open new pathways to progress and to answering the growing need of values and meaning, necessary for progress towards a better global health of individuals, of companies, and of society.

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