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  • 32nd International Congress on Occupational Health
    All day
    05/01/2018-05/04/2018

    Spencer Dock, N Wall Quay, North Wall, Dublin, Ireland

    Spencer Dock, N Wall Quay, North Wall, Dublin, Ireland

    “Occupational Health & Well Being Linking Research to Practice”

    The ICOH congress is one of the world’s largest international congresses in the field of occupational health and safety where experts from all around the gather every three years to share their experience and knowledge.

    Objectives:

    • To collaborate with the ICOH Scientific Committees, Board Members & Regional/National Secretaries to offer an exciting and challenging programme;
    • To cover a wide range of occupational, safety and health topics demonstrating how research translates into excellence in practice;
    • To advance research and evidence-based approaches in occupational safety and health by promoting local, regional and global examples;
    • To offer a blend of plenary, semi-plenary, mini-symposia, seminars, workshops, worksite visits, special and oral sessions that will demonstrate the scope of occupational safety and health practice and how that can effectively protect and promote the health of all workers.

    Why should you attend ICOH Dublin 2018?

    • 10 Plenary presentations
    • 32 Semi-plenary sessions
    • 176 Special & Oral Sessions
    • 700+ presentations
    • 500+ Posters & Student poster competition
    • Worksite visits
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  • 32nd International Congress on Occupational Health
    All day
    05/02/2018-05/04/2018

    Spencer Dock, N Wall Quay, North Wall, Dublin, Ireland

    Spencer Dock, N Wall Quay, North Wall, Dublin, Ireland

    “Occupational Health & Well Being Linking Research to Practice”

    The ICOH congress is one of the world’s largest international congresses in the field of occupational health and safety where experts from all around the gather every three years to share their experience and knowledge.

    Objectives:

    • To collaborate with the ICOH Scientific Committees, Board Members & Regional/National Secretaries to offer an exciting and challenging programme;
    • To cover a wide range of occupational, safety and health topics demonstrating how research translates into excellence in practice;
    • To advance research and evidence-based approaches in occupational safety and health by promoting local, regional and global examples;
    • To offer a blend of plenary, semi-plenary, mini-symposia, seminars, workshops, worksite visits, special and oral sessions that will demonstrate the scope of occupational safety and health practice and how that can effectively protect and promote the health of all workers.

    Why should you attend ICOH Dublin 2018?

    • 10 Plenary presentations
    • 32 Semi-plenary sessions
    • 176 Special & Oral Sessions
    • 700+ presentations
    • 500+ Posters & Student poster competition
    • Worksite visits
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  • 32nd International Congress on Occupational Health
    All day
    05/03/2018-05/04/2018

    Spencer Dock, N Wall Quay, North Wall, Dublin, Ireland

    Spencer Dock, N Wall Quay, North Wall, Dublin, Ireland

    “Occupational Health & Well Being Linking Research to Practice”

    The ICOH congress is one of the world’s largest international congresses in the field of occupational health and safety where experts from all around the gather every three years to share their experience and knowledge.

    Objectives:

    • To collaborate with the ICOH Scientific Committees, Board Members & Regional/National Secretaries to offer an exciting and challenging programme;
    • To cover a wide range of occupational, safety and health topics demonstrating how research translates into excellence in practice;
    • To advance research and evidence-based approaches in occupational safety and health by promoting local, regional and global examples;
    • To offer a blend of plenary, semi-plenary, mini-symposia, seminars, workshops, worksite visits, special and oral sessions that will demonstrate the scope of occupational safety and health practice and how that can effectively protect and promote the health of all workers.

    Why should you attend ICOH Dublin 2018?

    • 10 Plenary presentations
    • 32 Semi-plenary sessions
    • 176 Special & Oral Sessions
    • 700+ presentations
    • 500+ Posters & Student poster competition
    • Worksite visits
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  • 32nd International Congress on Occupational Health
    All day
    05/04/2018-05/04/2018

    Spencer Dock, N Wall Quay, North Wall, Dublin, Ireland

    Spencer Dock, N Wall Quay, North Wall, Dublin, Ireland

    “Occupational Health & Well Being Linking Research to Practice”

    The ICOH congress is one of the world’s largest international congresses in the field of occupational health and safety where experts from all around the gather every three years to share their experience and knowledge.

    Objectives:

    • To collaborate with the ICOH Scientific Committees, Board Members & Regional/National Secretaries to offer an exciting and challenging programme;
    • To cover a wide range of occupational, safety and health topics demonstrating how research translates into excellence in practice;
    • To advance research and evidence-based approaches in occupational safety and health by promoting local, regional and global examples;
    • To offer a blend of plenary, semi-plenary, mini-symposia, seminars, workshops, worksite visits, special and oral sessions that will demonstrate the scope of occupational safety and health practice and how that can effectively protect and promote the health of all workers.

    Why should you attend ICOH Dublin 2018?

    • 10 Plenary presentations
    • 32 Semi-plenary sessions
    • 176 Special & Oral Sessions
    • 700+ presentations
    • 500+ Posters & Student poster competition
    • Worksite visits
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  • Pain at Work: How to prevent, recognize and treat
    9:00 AM-4:00 PM
    05/31/2018America/Chicago

    25425 SW 95th Ave, Wilsonville, OR 97070

    25425 SW 95th Ave, Wilsonville, OR 97070

    This full-day event is targeted toward occupational health researchers, occupational health and safety, wellness, well-being, human resource, and workers’ compensation professionals. A mix of research and practice presenters will share current pain models, early intervention and prevention recommendations, current knowledge on effective pain treatments, and organizational recommendations for best practices in supporting workers who suffer from pain.

    Agenda:

    9:00- 9:10 AM
    Welcome – Oregon Institute of Occupational Health Sciences, OHSU

    9:10 – 10:00 AM
    Pain-free Workplaces are Key to our Future
    Ronald “Chet” Brandon, CSP, CHMM, VP of Operations and Corporate Safety Officer, ATI Worksite Solutions, Indianapolis, IN

    10:00 -10:15 AM
    Break

    10:15-11:00 AM
    How to Understand Pain 
    Kevin Cuccaro, DO, Consultant and Physician, Corvallis, OR

    11:00 –11:45 PM
    Five Domains of Best Pain Care 
    Catriona Buist, PsyD, Psychologist OHSU Comprehensive Pain Center, Assistant Professor, Departments of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine, and Psychiatry, OHSU, Portland, OR. Chair of the Oregon Pain Management Commission

    11:45-12:45 PM
    Lunch (provided) & Networking

    12:45- 1:30 PM
    Delivering Community-Based Pain Care: Preventing disability in injured workers
    Gary Franklin, MD, MPH, Research Professor, Departments of Environment Health, Neurology, and Health Services, University of Washington; Medical Director, Washington State Department of Labor and Industries, Seattle WA

    1:30-2:15 PM
    Mindfulness and Yoga: Promising treatments for chronic pain 
    Jim Carson, PhD, Psychologist, OHSU Comprehensive Pain Center, Associate Professor, Departments of Anesthesiology & Perioperative Medicine, and Psychiatry, OHSU, Portland, OR

    2:15 -2:30 PM
    Break

    2:30 – 2:50 PM
    Employer Strategies for Chronic Pain 
    Leigh Manning, MPH, Senior Safety Management Consultant, SAIF Corporation, Eugene, OR

    2:50 – 3:15 PM
    Discussion and Report Out – Strategies and Best Practices
    Facilitated by Kelsey Parker, PhD, Research Associate, Occupational Health Sciences, OHSU
    Leigh Manning, MPH, Senior Safety Management Consultant, SAIF Corporation, Eugene, OR
    Sheri Sundstrom, CRIS, Claims Manager, Hoffman Corporation

    3:15 – 3:45 PM
    Final Thoughts, Recommendations and Q&A (Presenters and Attendees)

    Register Online
    Registration Fees (includes breakfast, lunch, refreshments and parking)

    $60 – Online by May 30, 2018
    $30 – Reduced fee online by May 30, 2018 (Oregon government agencies – city/county/state; educational institutions; labor unions; companies with fewer than 25 employees; non-profit organizations; students) (day of rate at door is $60)
    $20 – Live webinar attendee

    Please note: Cancellation policy posted with online registration details.

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