Professor Ceri Phillips and Dr Rhiannon Buck - 9th July

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Professor Ceri Phillips and Dr Rhiannon Buck - 9th July

Postby S. Weir » Fri Jun 26, 2009 4:15 pm

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> Dear All
> If you would like to attend this seminar, please ensure that you book a place
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> Institute for Primary Care & Health Sciences
> Arthritis Research Campaign National Primary Care Centre
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> Thursday 9th July 2009[/b
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> Professor Ceri Phillips
> From University of Swansea
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> and Dr Rhiannon Buck
> From University of Bath
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> will be speaking on
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> [b]In sickness and in health: new perspectives on the relationship between health, wellbeing and work

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> There is a high prevalence of physical and mental health problems among workers which for some will result in periods of sickness absence, while for others they will remain in employment. This talk will consider the range of barriers that prevent or obstruct employees with health conditions from maintaining employment and the factors that contribute to sickness absence and presenteeism that can be modified. It will emphasise that the need for a bio-psychosocial approach is crucial to understanding health and wellbeing in the workplace.
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> 12.30 Buffet Lunch, 1.00 - 2.00 Seminar
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> 0.79 Primary Care Sciences - for Buffet
> 0.78 Dinwoodie Lecture Theatre - for Seminar
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> To reserve a place please contact Sue Weir on
> Tel: 01782 733922 or email: s.weir@cphc.keele.ac.uk
> For directions to the venue or any further information please do not hesitate to contact Sue
> Please note that parking is pay and display and there is limited space on the Medical School/Primary Care Sciences car park.

Sue Weir
Administrator
Arthritis Research Campaign National Primary Care Centre
Primary Care Sciences
Keele University
Keele, Staffordshire, ST5 5BG
Tel: 01782 733922
Fax: 01782 733911
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