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Deputy Chief Examiner HAVS

The Faculty is seeking to appoint a Deputy Chief Examiner for HAVS to assist the Chief Examiner in managing the centralised assessment system. The Deputy Chief Examiner will report to and work closely with the Chief Examiner HAVS. The workload will be shared and agreed between the Chief Examiner and Deputy upon appointment. For more - Read more...
Published Date: 21/11/2014 Posted In: Education and Training, Vacancies

Website improvement work

The Faculty is in the process of installing a new member database as the current system, in use since 2003, is being discontinued in 2015. While the new system is being implemented, members will be unable to book via the website for conferences and events, purchase publications or update their details. The new system will - Read more...
Published Date: 21/11/2014 Posted In: General News

150 Occupational Health services achieve SEQOHS accreditation

One hundred and fifty services have now been accredited by the Safe Effective Quality Occupational Health Service (SEQOHS) accreditation scheme. Alere Healthcare Connections was the 150th service to achieve SEQOHS accreditation. Alere Healthcare Connections is a well established provider of occupational health and drug and alcohol screening in the United Kingdom. SEQOHS aims to raise - Read more...
Published Date: 12/11/2014 Posted In: Press Releases, SEQOHS

HHP training days – extra places available

Due to popular demand, the HHP training days on 12 December 2014 and 29 January 2015 have been moved to a large venue to accommodate extra delegates.  The new venue is the Royal College of Nursing, still in central London. Full details of the training days can be found on the events section of the - Read more...
Published Date: 10/11/2014 Posted In: Education and Training, Events and Conferences

BMJ Careers article – Abeyna Jones

Dr Abeyna Jones, a new trainee in occupational medicine, has written an article about entering into specialty training. The article, which has been published by BMJ careers, also incudes comments from other trainees detailing their experiences of the training programme. If you are speaking to junior doctors, medical students or other people considering a career - Read more...
Published Date: 10/11/2014 Posted In: Membership, Publications, Policy and Consultations

Chair of the Ethics Committee – vacancy

The Faculty is seeking to appoint a successor to Dr Bob Jefferson who is standing down as Chair of the Faculty’s Ethics Committee, as a result of changing work commitments. This is regarded as a major committee within the Faculty, since it is responsible for providing definitive advice on ethical matters to the specialty and - Read more...
Published Date: 07/11/2014 Posted In: Vacancies

CESR Coaching Day – 16 January 2015

Places are still available for CESR Coaching Day 16 January 2015. This day is aimed at Associates and others wanting to learn more about the requirements for applying for entry onto the GMC Specialist Register through the CESR (Certificate of Eligibility for Specialist Registration) route. The day will be run jointly by the Faculty and - Read more...
Published Date: 07/11/2014 Posted In: Education and Training, Events and Conferences, Membership

5th POINTERS Conference

Prevention of Occupational Infections, Treatment and Reporting Strategies 11 – 12 December 2014 – Cardiff City Hall This conference is a result of a unique collaboration between the Faculty and the Infection Prevention Society (IPS). The conference is supported by Public Health England, Public Health Wales and the Welsh Government. These organisations have a commitment - Read more...
Published Date: 07/11/2014 Posted In: Events and Conferences

OEM Social Media Editor vacancy

An exciting new vacancy of Social Media Editor has emerged on behalf of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (OEM). The role seeks someone who can drive the journal’s presence and readership worldwide through the use of social media such as the journal’s blog, podcasts, Facebook and Twitter. The successful applicant would be expected to be educated - Read more...
Published Date: 07/11/2014 Posted In: Publications, Policy and Consultations, Vacancies

BMA funding opportunities

The British Medical Association (BMA) awards research grants each year (totalling approximately £500,000) to encourage and further medical research in a variety of areas. One of these grants, the Joan Dawkins, funds research into doctors’ health and well being. Applications are invited from medical doctors or research scientists working in the UK. Research proposals can - Read more...
Published Date: 06/11/2014 Posted In: Prizes and Fellowships
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