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Stress Prevention and Mental Wellbeing Forum 2011 – Documentation

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Taking into account the recent rise in number of ‘stress’ related absence cases, Symposium Events’ Stress Prevention and Mental Wellbeing Conference will look at mental wellbeing as a whole, examining ways to build resilience, tackle stressful situations pro-actively and reduce the stigma associated with mental health problems.

The presentation will assist in developing strategies to reduce rates of absence and presenteeism due to stress and encourage a successful, speedy return to work.

You can purchase the conference documentation as provided to delegates, including the presentation slides (as a PDF).

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You can purchase a pdf of the conference documentation as provided to delegates, including the presentation slides (as a PDF), clicking the ‘Add to cart’ button above.

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The “Stress Prevention and Mental Wellbeing Forum 2011″ conference documentation includes the following sessions:

Session 1

Introduction and Opening by Conference Chair

Peter Kelly, Higher Occupational Health Psychologist

HSE

Session 2

Encourage Good Work To Enable Greater Health

Stephen Overell, Associate Director – Policy

The Work Foundation

Session 3

Creating A Healthy Environment

Sarah Fawsitt Head of HR

BT

Session 4

Building Resilience to Pressures

Tom West, Physiology Governance Manager

Nuffield Health

Session 4

Managing Mental Health: The Long Haul

Fiona King, Occupational Health Business Partner Alison Macgregor Occupational Health Advisor

E.ON

Session 5

Measures to Reduce Stressful Situations

Dee Harrap, Occupational Health & Wellbeing Operations Manager

BskyB

Session 6

Interactive Legal Session

Tim Woodward Partner, Employment

Bond Pearce

Session 7

Supporting Your Employees

Ruth Morrissy, Occupational Health Manager and Mary Giles Compensations and Benefits Manager

Microsoft

Session 8

Changing Attitudes and Reducing the Stigma of Mental Illness

Leigh Lafever-Ayer, Corporate HR Manager UK and Ireland

Enterprise Rent-A-Car

 

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