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Two new Examinations and Training roles at FOM

The Faculty of Occupational Medicine (FOM) has two roles in our Examinations and Training Department. Please see a brief outline of each role with links to find out more, download the job description and person specification and apply: Examinations and Training Manager – to provide leadership to the staff team as well as supporting senior - Read more...
Published Date: 18/10/2023 Posted In: General News, Vacancies Tags: ,

FOM responds to The Government paper ‘Stopping the start: our new plan to create a smokefree generation’.

Cigarette smoking is responsible for around 75,000 deaths every year in the UK, and a quarter of all cancer deaths. Smoking is the single most important preventable cause of death, ill health and disability in the UK. The Faculty of Occupational Medicine strongly supports the proposed measures to reduce the number of young people taking - Read more...
Published Date: 11/10/2023 Posted In: General News

The 2023 Trainee Conference of the Faculty of Occupational Medicine

The 2023 Trainee Conference of the Faculty of Occupational Medicine took place at the Royal College of Physicians in London on the 21st September. Thank you to all our speakers, trainees and members who joined us for an enjoyable and informative morning of talks and networking. Our speakers included Prof. Ian Brown who discussed the - Read more...
Published Date: 03/10/2023 Posted In: Events, General News

AGM at 4.15pm on the 21 September 2023. Venue – RCP, London.

The 2023 AGM will take place at the Royal College of Physicians on the 21st September 2023 at - Read more...
Published Date: 05/09/2023 Posted In: General News

FOM launches new evidence-based guidelines

The Faculty has launched new evidence-based guidelines that aim to assist healthcare professionals in the workplace. They have been produced in an easy-to-read, concise format and the first two guidance documents concern the management of upper limb disorders in working-age people and supporting individuals back to work after Carpal Tunnel Release surgery. These guidance documents have been accompanied by the production - Read more...
Published Date: 12/06/2023 Posted In: General News

New resources for Trainees & CESR candidates

The Faculty has developed a new online learning resource to help Trainees and CESR candidates understand work activities with health hazards. Located on the Faculty website, it contains three elements: A video library of many common work activities which present health hazards to workers. The videos are short and will be useful for Trainees and CESR - Read more...
Published Date: 12/06/2023 Posted In: General News

Save the date: FOM Awards, Dinner and AGM 2023

The Faculty’s Awards, Dinner and AGM will take place at the RCP, London on 21 September. Please save the date and further details will be announced - Read more...
Published Date: 27/04/2023 Posted In: General News

Faculty welcomes occupational health provision in Budget

The FOM was pleased to hear the Chancellor recognise the key role occupational health (OH) plays in supporting working people and is examining the detail of the government’s occupational health plans. Professor Steve Nimmo, FOM’s President, said: “It was fantastic to hear the Chancellor recognise the importance of occupational health during his budget speech. We - Read more...
Published Date: 16/03/2023 Posted In: General News

REGISTRATION OPEN: FOM/SOM Conference 14-16 June

Registration is now open for the FOM/SOM Conference that will take place in Newcastle from 14 – 16 June 2023. This will be an in-person conference of educational and networking opportunities. Register now at the Conference website: https://www.occupationalhealthconferences.com/   - Read more...
Published Date: 02/03/2023 Posted In: Uncategorized

Launch of the new London Centre for Work and Health

We are delighted to announce the launch of the London Centre for Work and Health. The core aim of the centre is to increase capacity building for work and health research by bringing together researchers and academic clinicians from complementary specialties and, using their collective strengths and resources, to lead on a long-term and sustainable - Read more...
Published Date: 22/09/2022 Posted In: General News
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