We started off 2022 with our first seminar this year from Dr Roxane Gervais on 26th January. Dr Gervais is a Chartered Psychologist and Registered Occupational Psychologist. Her expertise lie in assessing occupational health and safety issues and promoting evidenced-based practices.
At the beginning of May we welcomed Prof Raymond Agius for a talk on COVID in an occupational setting as part of our Seminar Series. Raymond retired as director of the Centre for Occupational and Environmental Health at the University of Manchester in 2017, having been Professor and Director of the Centre at the University, as well as honorary consultant at the Manchester University Hospitals since 2001.
On 28th April 2021, it was World Day For Health And Safety At Work and we were thrilled to have a seminar by Ross Di Corleto. Ross dialled in to the Zoom seminar all the way from Australia, where he is an Adjunct Associate Professor at the University of Queensland and...
Martin Seed, NHS Consultant and Honorary Senior Lecturer in Occupational Medicine at The University of Manchester, discusses examples of dermatoses associated with PPE within the data collected by THOR.
This month’s first seminar was by Dr Jennifer Hoyle titled “A spectrum of lung diseases seen in welders and metal workers”. Dr Hoyle has a longstanding relationship with COEH and THOR, having previously given the annual Lane Lecture and also regularly reporting to SWORD.
Last week, on 22/02/21, we held a seminar with Anli Zhou exploring her PhD work about burnout in junior doctors, another brilliant talk! This was the 4th in our Seminar Series, which seems to be proving very popular so far.
A Hard Day's Night: short and long term outcomes of shift work We all know that working in some environments can impact your health, but what about the time of day you work? On the 16th February, we welcomed Professor Pierluigi Cocco to talk about shift work as part...
Martin Seed, NHS Consultant and Honorary Senior Lecturer in Occupational Medicine at The University of Manchester, discusses examples of COVID-19 within THOR’s data.
The second seminar in our series was delivered yesterday by University of Manchester reader Dr Suzan Verstappen.
THOR is thrilled to announce the launch of our very own Twitter account – @THOR_UoM.