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ACPOHE – RESEARCH CAFE: 17 August 2023

Research Café: A brief guide to producing an academic poster – on 17/08/23
Join us and ACPOHE committee member Leonard Joseph for our next Research Café: A brief guide to producing an academic poster.
If you’re attending our Study Day in November this Research Café may be of special interest to you as we’re inviting any Study Day participant to showcase a poster for the day. So join us for our top tips to help you understand how to create the best posters.
Aim: To share some insights into producing an academic poster for sharing your good practice and research
What the session will include:
The session will explore various aspects of producing a good academic poster.  The contents to be discussed include
  • Making a great academic poster
  • Deciding on the various sections of the academic poster
  • Academic poster layout and structure
  • Academic posters – some good and bad examples
  • Few extra tips on “Preparing Versus Presenting” an academic poster for a conference 

Format of the session: Brief presentation + Discussion + Activities + Question/Answer

ACPOHE STUDY DAY 2023 – Friday 17 November 2023

We’re delighted to let you know that our DISCOUNTED EARLY BIRD TICKET for our Study Day 2023 at the University of Birmingham are now available!
This is a full day of CPD for just £60(ACPOHE members) and £110 (non-members) – price valid until 4th September!
Space is limited, so get your ticket now to secure your place. Everyone is welcome!

This year’s theme is BREAKING DOWN BARRIERS, focusing on obstacles that can limit practice in Occupational Health and Ergonomics. Join us to explore strategies and solutions that empower and assist individuals in these contexts.

We will have experts on hand to provide a quick update on SEQOHS standards, HCPC standards and legal aspects in occupational health.

This year we will have plenty of opportunity for networking and the afternoon will be filled with interactive workshops to help you develop your skills and learn how to break down the barriers that many find in running a business or working in occupational health and ergonomics.

Click on the link below to see full details about the day including how to submit a poster presentation and how to get to the venue.

ACPOHE: Intro to DisAbility series of webinars addressing inaccessibility of those with disabilities and the ability to work

ACPOHE are holding a webinar on:

Intro to DisAbility series of webinars addressing inaccessibility of those with disabilities and the ability to work

Date: Thursday 20th July 2023

Time: 19:00 – 20:00

Theme: Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging

Location: Teams webinar

Speaker: Greet Janssens

If you have any queries, please contact


ACPOHE are holding a webinar on 3 July 2023, from 1000-1100.
The topic is:   Mentoring those considering a move into OH
This webinar introduces the idea of mentoring and is linked to the recently launched multidisciplinary mentoring initiative supporting healthcare professionals considering a move into Occupational Health.
Janet O’Neill, Deputy Head of the National School of Occupational Health (NSOH) will be talking about mentoring, the initiative, and how you can get involved.
Full details, and to book your place, please go to:

Book your place: National School of Occupational Health Annual virtual Conference – 12 May 2023

“Looking back to look forward”.

 Book your place for the 2023 Annual Virtual conference which revisits important themes to review the recent past and build up to the future.

  • Health and wellbeing
  • Sleep and fatigue
  • The multidisciplinary team and multidisciplinary education


Please note to book our place you will need to create an account with Accent Course Manager –


If you already have an account with Course Manager please  Click here to book your place.


If you have any problems booking your place please email



Health and Wellbeing at Work event 2023

Health and Wellbeing at work is back for a successful 17th year at NEC, Birmingham on 14-15 March 2023.

It’s the UK’s largest event dedicated to improving the health, safety, wellbeing, behaviour and culture of today’s workforce.

  • Learn from some of the industries key speakers, success stories and examples of best practice
  • Immerse yourself in an exciting environment and interact with delegates, speakers and exhibitors,
  • Update your skills and improve your wellbeing with conference sessions and interactive demonstrations
  • Source the latest products, technologies and innovations with our interactive exhibitor showcase
  • Gain new ideas and insights to incorporate into your workplace
  • Meet your CPD requirements in a cost-effective way

The 2023 conference programme includes speaker sessions from key stakeholder within the industry including Council for Work and Health Honorary President, Professor Diana Kloss who will discuss The Duty of Care and Legal Liability of the Occupational Health Professional. And Council for Work and Health Deputy chair, Dr Robin Cordell, discusses Leading Assurance and Enhancing Value in Occupational Health Service Provision.

To view the full event programme and list of speakers visit and to register visit