Occupational Health:
Wey Aye, Man!

ALAMA Spring Conference · 22-24 March 2017

The ALAMA Conference is the leading opportunity for OH Physicians from across the UK and beyond to access the latest Clinical, Proceedural and Legal intelligence in the most cost effective and time effecient manner. Designed by and for OH Professionals it delivers a programme which is relevant, thought provoking and educational.

It addresses troublesome issues that confront us on a daily basis, it offers new ideas and theories to be considered and it creates an opportunity for you to have your say: All in a relaxed setting which encourages informal discussions, the development of new working relationships, professional connections and support networks.

Programme

Key to the success of each ALAMA conference is the programme. We are still in the process of confirming some of the sessions and speakers however, this is the story so far...

  • An update on Occupational Asthma
  • Industrial Spirometry
  • Hips and Knees
  • Spinal Conditions and Work
  • Common hand condition affecting fitness to work and their treatment
  • Inflammatory bowel disease and fitness for work
  • Arrhythmias, ICDs and Work
  • Cardiology
  • Hepatobiliary Disease
  • Dealing with Difficult People
  • Challenges Facing Health System Transformation
  • Work, Worklessness and Health
  • Legal Update
  • Special Interest Sessions (Local Authority, Police and Fire and Rescue)

CPD

This conference is an invaluable resource for occupational health professionals, we expect to achieve 15.5 CPD accreditation points.

Value For Money

The full package fee for ALAMA members of £660 is excellent value for money, including two nights accommodation in a 4 star hotel and our Conference Dinner at the Six Restaurant, Six is Baltic’s stunning rooftop restaurant.

We are often told that there is an immeasurable value gained from networking with like-minded professionals whilst attending an excellent programme.

To join ALAMA apply for membership at www.alama.org.uk/register

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