Programme

Main Conference programme Day 2

Friday 24th June 2022

Programme version published in March 2022 and correct at time of publication.  This programme is subject to change without notice, if the availability of any speaker changes.
Main Hall and Parallel 1

Auditorium

Parallel 2

The Great Hall

Parallel 3

The New Library

8.15 – 9.00 Registration, Coffee and Poster Viewing
9.00 Eponymous Lecture: The 2022 Donald Hunter Lecture

Dr Karen DeSalvo, Chief Health Officer, Google, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA

Chair: Richard Heron

9.45 Silicosis in 2022 and Beyond

Professor Malcolm Sim AM, Head of the Centre for Occupational and Environmental Health, School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine, Monash University, Australia

Chair: Steve Nimmo

10.20 – 11.20 THOR data – what does it mean?

Professor Martie Van Tongeren, Professor of Occupational & Environmental Health, University of Manchester, UK

Speaker Cancelled

Discussed Poster Session in the Cullen Suite (Poster Room)

Chairs: Finola Ryan and Ira Madan

SEQOHS workshop

Dr Robin Cordell (Chair), Consultant Occupational Physician and Chairman, Cordell Health Ltd, UK  

11.20 – 11.50 Refreshments, Exhibition and Posters
11.50 – 12.50

Durations of parallels may vary

The changing face of cancer treatments

Dr Alistair McLaren, CRUK Clinical Research Fellow, Beatson West of Scotland Cancer Centre, UK

Chair: Kerry Freer

Management of non-specific arm pain

Professor Gareth Jones

Professor in Epidemiology, University of Aberdeen, UK

Chair: Jayne Moore

Happy 100 years Insulin!

Dr Rahat Maitland, Consultant Physician in Diabetes and Endocrinology, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow, UK

Chair: Rikard Moen

12.50 – 13.50 Lunch and Exhibition
13.50 – 14.50 Oral Presentations x5: delegate presentations: Public/Global Health

 

Chair: Ian Aston

International Session - open to all delegates - hosted by SOM International Group

Chair: Rikard Moen

1)   OH in Humanitarian Crises - Saving the Savers From Themselves

Professor Tony Redmond OBE - Founder of UK-Med, Emeritus Professor of Emergency Medicine, Keele University and Professor of International Emergency Medicine, University of Manchester

 

2)    Healthcare Ethics in War

Professor Martin Bricknell CB - Professor of Conflict, Health and Military Medicine, King’s College London

 

3)    Silicosis & TB Class Action Lawsuit in South African Miners - the Human Impact, Outcomes, Learnings and Corporate Response

Dr David Knight, Consultant Occupational Health Physician, South Africa, International SOS

Professor Malcolm Sim AM, Head of the Centre for Occupational and Environmental Health, School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine, Monash University, Australia

14.50 – 15.25

 

 

When it is Darkest;  Understanding suicide risk

Rory O’Connor, Professor of Health Psychology, Suicidal Behaviour Research Laboratory, Institute of Health & Wellbeing,

University of Glasgow, UK

Chair: Steve Nimmo

15.25 Closing Remarks – SOM/FOM joint messages to take home

SOM and FOM Presidents