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Webinar: Mental health and wellbeing (11 Mar)

NISO is facilitating and promoting this free online webinar hosted by the Institution for Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH).

Webinar: Mental health and wellbeing [Caring Through Covid’ webinar series]
Thursday, 11 March 2021; 12:30 – 13:30hrs.
Duration: One hour
Delivery: Zoom

New thinking needed… Ways to improve the world’s mental health and wellbeing at work

Are any people and places in our 24/7, digital, always-on world equipped enough to handle the psychosocial stressors of 21st century life and work?

This session, chaired by Lawrence Webb, IOSH Vice President, will explore this critical and topical issue. The diverse panel including:

  • Dr Nnedinma (Ned) Umeokafor: Kingston University, a researcher specialising in the construction industry and inequalities in developing countries including workers’ mental health
  • Jim Lawless: Lawyer, team coach, motivational speaker, architect of change

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This is a free online conference, however, registration is required. Participant numbers are limited so book your place now.

Please note that when booking, your registration details will be accessible by the Institution for Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH).

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NISO is facilitating and promoting this free online webinar hosted by the Institution for Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH).

Webinar: Mental health and wellbeing [Caring Through Covid’ webinar series]
Thursday, 11 March 2021; 12:30 – 13:30hrs.
Duration: One hour
Delivery: Zoom

New thinking needed… Ways to improve the world’s mental health and wellbeing at work

Are any people and places in our 24/7, digital, always-on world equipped enough to handle the psychosocial stressors of 21st century life and work?

No matter where you are in this precarious world, pressures on our mental health have been growing for some years. But the Covid-19 pandemic and its health anxieties, dramatic changes, losses and grief, restrictions and lockdowns, impacts on jobs, education, social care and much more, have helped bring an unprecedented surge in stress, anxiety and depression.

Mental ill-health is indiscriminate and it’s hitting both developed and developing countries increasingly hard, hurting so many sectors. Any debate about how we can all survive, adapt and come back stronger – mentally, emotionally and economically – must draw on global, holistic perspectives.

This session, chaired by Lawrence Webb, IOSH Vice President, will explore this critical and topical issue. The diverse panel including:

  • Dr Nnedinma (Ned) Umeokafor: Kingston University, a researcher specialising in the construction industry and inequalities in developing countries including workers’ mental health
  • Jim Lawless: Lawyer, team coach, motivational speaker, architect of change

This is a free online conference, however, registration is required. Participant numbers are limited so book your place now.

Please note that when booking, your registration details will be accessible by the Institution for Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH).