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Detailed Programme - University of Glasgow Glasgow_ Scotland_ UK

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									Scientific Committee Education & Training in Occupational Health: The 8th International Conference

HEALTHY WORKING LIVES FOR ALL: Crossing the OH multidisciplinary interface
10th-12th April 2008 The Glynhill Hotel & Leisure Club Renfrew, Glasgow P44 8XB, Scotland

Detailed Programme

FLOOR LAYOUT
Ground Floor

Lobby Registration desk Barony 1 Lounge 1 Break out Room 1

Lounge 2 Break out Room 2 Barony 2 (Main Room) Executive Suite

First Floor

Mackintosh Suite

DETAILED PROGRAMME

Thursday 10th April 2008 Morning Session 0830-1200
0830 0845 Registration Welcome Barony 2 Dr Ewan Macdonald, Dr Bonnie Rogers 0900 0930 Welcome Speech Opening session Chair Opening Speech Prof John Harrison, UK Prof Jorma Rantanen, President ICOH Challenges from Globalization to Education and Prof John R Coggins, Vice Principal, University of Glasgow

Training in Occupational Health (AB038) 1000 Keynote speech Speaker Dame Prof Lesley Southgate Workplace assessment for medics: dilemmas and advances (AB075)

1030

Tea/Coffee Break

Break Out Room

1050

Oral Session 1 Parallel Session 1A General Theme Chair Barony 1 Curriculum Development Prof Raymond Agius

Parallel Session 1B General Theme Chair

Barony 2 Curriculum Development Prof Frank van Dijk

1200

Lunch

Break Out Room

Thursday 10th April 2008
Afternoon Session 1300-1700
1300 Workshops & Discussion Workshop 1 Theme Barony 1 Professional Education and Knowledge infrastructure for Basic Occupational Health Services - an interactive workshop Prof John Harrison Prof Frank van Dijk TBA Barony 2 Multidisciplinary training Dr Nerys Williams TBC Improving Health Professionals Training in the Understanding of the Links between Health and Work, Dr Nerys Williams (AB043) Breakout Room

Chairs Rapporteur Workshop 2 Theme Chair: Rapporteur: Introductory Paper

1430

Tea/Coffee Break

1450

Oral Session 2 Parallel Session 2A General Theme Chair Parallel Session 2B General Theme Chair Barony 1 Curriculum Development Prof Amanda Griffiths Barony 2 Curriculum Development Dr Dorothy Ferguson

1600

Mini Poster Presentations Session P1 Chair Ms Fiona Colegrave

1630

Poster tour and discussions

1700

Close

1900

Social Event Conference Dinner Dinner/Ceilidh Guest Speaker

Barony 1

Mr Andrew Cubie CBE FRSE, Chair of the Healthy Working Lives National Advisory Group

Friday 11th April 2008 Morning Session 0830-1200

0830 0845

Registration Welcome Chair Welcome speech Barony 2 Dr Ewan Macdonald, Dr Bonnie Rogers Mr Grahame Smith, Scottish Trades Union Congress

0900

Keynote speeches Theme Chair: Keynote Speech 1 Training and Assessment Methods Prof Kaj Husman Dr Ewan Macdonald The Evolving Paradigm - Healthy Working Lives in Scotland (AB059) Dr Max Lum Mission Impossible? Using social media to enhance training outcomes (AB074)

Keynote Speech 2

0950

Oral Session 3- Plenary Session Plenary 1 Prof Raymond Agius Integrated postgraduate education in occupational medicine and hygiene (AB028) Prof Raphael Masschelein A 10-years experience of competences-based evaluation of practical OM training in Belgium (AB025)

Plenary 2

1030

Tea/Coffee Break

1050

Oral Session 4 Parallel Session 4A General Theme Chair Parallel Session 4B General Theme Chair Parallel Session 4C General Theme Chair Barony 1 Training Methods Dr Susan Randolph Barony 2 Assessment Methods Prof Jean Francois Gehanno Mackintosh Suite Training and Curriculum Development Prof Peter Westerholm

1200 Lunch

Friday 11th April 2008
Afternoon Session 1300-1700
1300 Workshops & Discussion Workshop 3 Theme Chair Rapporteur Introductory Paper Barony 1 Emerging Roles in OH Ms Fiona Colegrave AXA PPP (UK) TBA Education and Training of Occupational Health Technicians, Dr Edward Robinson (AB069) Barony 2 Assessment Methodologies - The ATOM project Dr Consol Serra Dr Nicola Cordell Overview of ATOM project, Dr Ewan Macdonald, (AB073) Current Progress, Dr Nicola Cordell

Workshop 4 Theme Chair Rapporteur Introductory Paper

1430

Tea/Coffee Break

1450

Oral Session 5 Parallel Session 5A General Theme Chair Parallel Session 5B General Theme Chair Parallel Session 5C General Theme Chair Barony 1 Training Methods Dr Prof Raphael Masschelein Barony 2 Assessment Methods Dr Max Lum Mackintosh Suite Training and Development Dr Bonnie Rogers

1600

Mini Poster Presentations Session P2 Chair Dr Imran Ghafur

1630

Poster tour and discussions

1700

Close

1830

Social Event

Barony 1

Scottish Dinner/Whisky Tasting/Disco

Saturday 12th April 2008 Final session 0845-1300
0845 0900 Welcome Keynote speeches Chair: Prof Takashi Muto Keynote Speech 1 Prof Alain Cantineau Multidisciplinary teaching for multidisciplinary classes towards interdisciplinary actions (AB076) Keynote Speech 2 Mrs Judy Ostendorf Aging Workers: Challenges and Opportunities in Case Management (AB072) 1000 Oral Session 6 Chair General Theme Barony 2 Mr Kenneth Fleming Multidisciplinary training Barony 2

1040

Short Coffee Break

1050

Workshops & Discussions Workshop 5 Theme Chair Rapporteur Introductory Paper Barony 1 OH Nursing Education EU Mrs Janine Cantineau Dr Cathy Harrison Unifying Occupational Health Nurses training in Europe: A great challenge, Dr Maria Gonzalez (AB064) OHN Education in the UK, Dr Dorothy Ferguson (AB030) Barony 2 E-Learning Prof Katja Radon TBC Romanian NetWoRM Experience, Dr Elena-Ana Pauncu (AB061)

Workshop 6 Theme Chair: Rapporteur: Introductory Paper 1200 Closing Session

Chair Keynote closing speech

Dr Bonnie Rogers Prof Peter Westerholm

1300

Social Event

Optional Afternoon Out

ORAL COMMUNICATION SESSIONS

Oral Research Presentations and Discussion Thursday 10 April 2008 Morning Session 1050-1200
th

Parallel 1A
CHAIRPERSON: Prof Raymond Agius Theme Curriculum Development Barony 1 Abstract Number Current stage and next phase of the international NetWoRM Project Professional and training profile of occupational medicine in Catalonia The Discomfort of CPD Emerging Priorities in Workplace Health in the UK and Implications for Service Delivery, Education and Training: A Delphi Study Discussion Dr Dorothy Ferguson Prof Amanda Griffiths AB036 AB035 Dr Consol Serra AB022 Prof Katja Radon AB011

Oral Research Presentations and Discussion Thursday 10 April 2008 Morning Session 1050-1200
th

Parallel Session 1B
CHAIRPERSON: Prof Frank van Dijk Theme Curriculum Development Barony 2 Abstract Number Competencies of Specialist Trainees in Occupational Medicine Developing a new national curriculum for occupational medicine in the United Kingdom Required competencies of occupational physicians: a focus groups approach of French stakeholders Qualification training for experts of Occupational Health Services in Finland: Occupational Hygienists Discussion Prof Pentti Kalliokoski AB063 Dr JF Gehanno AB017 Prof John Harrison AB039 Dr Ewan Macdonald AB044

Oral Research Presentations and Discussion Thursday 10 April 2008 Afternoon Session 1450-1600
th

Parallel Session 2A
CHAIRPERSON: Prof Amanda Griffiths Theme Curriculum Development Barony 1 Abstract Number Addressing social norm boundaries in a global, transprofessional and trans-cultural context. (Harmonized Occupational Health Curricula) A possible challenge for occupational health curriculum development: Deprivation and occupational injury in British communities Responding to Common Mental Health Problems – A Multi-disciplinary Approach Training in addiction assessment and advocacy Ms Sarah Jane Allison AB012 Dr Carole Allan AB001 Dr Lesley Price AB050 Prof Barney De Villiers AB048

methods for occupational health staff. Discussion

Oral Research Presentations and Discussion Thursday 10 April 2008 Afternoon Session 1450-1600
th

Parallel Session 2B
CHAIRPERSON: Dr Dorothy Ferguson Theme Curriculum Development Barony 2 Abstract Number Sick Note or Bust. The development of an educational programme for GPs. The Education of Occupational Health Nurses in Finland - Plans for the Future Treating medical and psychiatry healthcare workers – the implications for doctors’ training Statutory duties and previous enterprise-based Dr Theodore Bazas AB054 Dr David Watt AB002 Dr Maria Rautio AB009 Dr Debbie Cohen AB014

experience as determinants of OM curriculum in Greece Discussion

Oral Research Presentations and Discussion Friday 11 April 2008 Morning Session 0950-1030
th

Session 3- Plenary Session
CHAIRPERSON: Prof Kaj Husman Theme Curriculum Development Barony 2 Abstract Number Integrated postgraduate education in occupational medicine and hygiene A 10-years experience of competences-based Prof Raphael Masschelein AB025 Prof Raymond Agius AB028

evaluation of practical OM training in Belgium

Oral Research Presentations and Discussion Friday 11 April 2008 Morning Session 1050-1400
th

Parallel Session 4A
CHAIRPERSON: Dr Susan Randolph Theme Training Methods Barony 1 Abstract Number Topic Oriented Learning: self-structured – transfer oriented - interdisciplinary Effectiveness of an active multifaceted workshop on the reporting of occupational diseases by occupational physicians: a controlled trial Development of Trade Union Occupational Health Training The Norwegian Advanced Training Programme for Occupational Health Services Personnel – A Follow-Up Study Discussion Prof Arve Lie AB047 Mr Ian Tasker AB049 Dr Paul Smits AB010 Dr Angela S Ensslin AB032

Oral Research Presentations and Discussion Friday 11 April 2008 Morning Session 1050-1200
th

Parallel Session 4B
CHAIRPERSON: Prof Jean Francois Gehanno Theme Assessment Methods Barony 2 Abstract Number Status and future tasks of certification system and training methods for occupational health specialists in Japan Assessment Methodologies in Occupational Medicine Specialist Training Evaluation of the Relevance to Professional Needs of a Range of Assessment Strategies on a Higher Dr Anne Drummond AB033 Dr Nundita Reetoo AB045 Prof Takashi Muto AB020

Education Programme in Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Discussion

Oral Research Presentations and Discussion Friday 11 April 2008 Morning Session 1050-1200
th

Parallel Session 4C
CHAIRPERSON: Prof Peter Westerholm Theme Training and Curriculum Development Mackintosh Room Abstract Number Teaching General Practitioners and Occupational Physicians to Cooperate Development of Core Curriculum for Occupational Health and Safety in South – East European Countries: review of regional winter school Developing a Vocational Rehabilitation service for small medium enterprises in a Health Board area Interdisciplinary Occupational Health and Safety: Dr Kathleen Buckheit AB067 Miss Kathleen Houston AB057 Dr Milan Milosevic AB065 Dr Peter C Buijs AB027

Getting All the Players Together Discussion

Oral Research Presentations and Discussion Friday 11 April 2008 Afternoon Session 1450-1600
th

Parallel Session 5A
CHAIRPERSON: Prof Raphael Masschelein Theme Training Methods Barony 1 Abstract Number

Activating Risk Management Training Asynchronous Distance Education for Nurses in Occupational Health International Industrial Hygiene Training Modules Case Management – the case for accredited training Discussion

Prof Päivi Piispanen Dr Alexander Gleason

AB021 AB005

Mr Steve Bailey Mr Charles Boyce

AB006 AB072

Oral Research Presentations and Discussion Friday 11 April 2008 Afternoon Session 1450-1600
th

Parallel Session 5B
CHAIRPERSON: Dr Max Lum Theme: Assessment Methods Barony 2 Abstract Number An Assessment of the FOM HAVS course “Catch Me If You Can” – Assuring Health Capability Problem based learning: an experience in Occupational Health teaching Specialist training of Occupational Medicine Specialist Doctors in Finland Discussion Prof Kaj Husman AB037 Dr Eugene Waclawski Dr Caroline Minshell Dr Palacois-Nava AB026 AB041 AB051

Oral Research Presentations and Discussion Friday 11 April 2008 Afternoon Session 1450-1600
th

Parallel Session 5C
CHAIRPERSON: Dr Bonnie Rogers Theme: Training Methods Mackintosh Room Abstract Number Occupational Therapy in Occupational Health – What Skills and Competencies Occupational Therapy Brings to Occupational Health Evaluation of the Use of Patient Information Sheets for Immunisations in British Forces Germany Health Service Safety Card Training for Occupational Health and Safety The contribution made by the technician to the OH team Discussion Ms Fiona Colegrave AB078 Dr Markku Kämäräinen AB019 Dr Nick Cooper AB016 Mr Gerard Mcfeely AB042

Oral Research Presentations and Discussion Saturday 12 April 2008 Morning Session 1000-1040
th

Session 6
CHAIRPERSON: Prof Takashi Muto Theme-Multidisciplinary Training Barony 2 Abstract Number Teaching collaboration Return to Work – Training focused on the things which actually make a difference Dr Bashyr Aziz Ms Joy Reymond AB024 AB079

Workshop Introductory Oral Presentations

Workshop

Title

Presenter

Abstract Number

Room

2

Improving Health Professionals Training in the Understanding of the Links between Health and Work

Dr Nerys Williams

AB043

Barony 2

3

Education and Training of Occupational Health Technicians

Dr Edward Robinson

AB069

Barony 1

4 5 5

Overview of the ATOM project OHN Education in the UK Unifying Occupational Health Nurses training in Europe: A great challenge

Dr Ewan Macdonald Dr Dorothy Ferguson Dr Maria Gonzalez

AB073 AB030 AB064

Barony 2 Barony 1 Barony 1

6

Romanian NetWoRM Experience

Dr Elena Ana Pauncu

AB061

Barony 2

MINI POSTER PRESENTATIONS

Mini Poster Presentations
Thursday 10th April 2008 Poster Session P1 1600-1630 Barony 2

Chairperson Ms Fiona Colegrave Abstract Number AB055 AB053 AB056 AB034 AB015 AB066 AB068 AB013 AB008 AB007 Title Scottish OHN Survey The Assessment & Reporting of Work-Related Stress: Meeting Training Needs Proactive Support for Sickness Absence (PSSA) training and development in OHS Exploration of the Multidisciplinary Components of a Higher Education Occupational Safety and Health Programme The Healthy Working Wales Website Retrospective assessment of occupational exposures: translational applications to the occupational health practice Health Promotion From Social Security Organization Perspective Literature follow-up healthcare workers in occupational health for Presenting Author Dr Maureen McBain Dr Carole Allan Dr Morag Hives Dr Anne Drummond Dr Katie Webb/ Dr Debbie Cohen Dr Pierluigi Cocco Prof Mohammed Azman Aziz Mohammed Professor Jean-François Gehanno Dr Luigi Vimercati Dr Ljiljana Cvejanov Kezunovic

Formaldehyde exposure in a legal medicine autopsy room What family/chosen doctor needs to know about occupational health?

Mini Poster Presentations
Friday 11 April 2008 Poster Session P2 1600-1630 Barony 2
th

Chairperson Dr Imran Ghafur Abstract Number AB052 Title Occupational Health Undergraduates Nursing Practices For Presenting Author Dr Ayşe Beşer Dr Suna Ahioglu Dr Marilyn Shiells Mrs Fiona Begbie Ms Mary Devaney Dr Elena-Ana Pauncu Dr María del Pilar Paz Román Dr Ruiz Gueroa

AB029 AB023 AB003 AB040 AB070 AB060 AB062

OSH Trainings in TURKEY Evaluation of a Manual Handling OSCE for medical students Critical Thinking Disposition of Occupational Health Nursing Students Evaluation of a lifestyles screening pilot programme among ambulance personnel in the Health Service Executive, Dublin North East. Work Conditions and Obesity in Some Workplaces Research as a training method in the social service at industry programme in Mexico. Assessment of the attendance Course in a New Curriculum Of Occupational Health Specialty


								
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