Posted by NZOHNA | Tue 06 Nov 2018

Opportunity to hear -  Professor Anne Harriss

A Professor of Occupational Health at London South Bank University.
Anne has been awarded a Fellowship of the Royal College of Nursing, the highest award the Royal College of Nursing can bestow.
She was also named the first Occupational Health Nurse of the Year in 2011 and received an innovations in Occupational Health Award.

Time: Wednesday 14th November 3 -4.30 pm  

Topics covered by this talk 

  • Occupational Health Nursing Education 
  • Current trends in Occupational Health in the UK 

Location: Social and Preventative Medicine 

                 Adams Building, 18 Frederick Street, Dunedin 

                 Seminar Room 033-036 (in the main doors turn right and then right again)

 

Podcast: This will be available after the event 

Professor Anne Harriss has been both a national and international influencer in occupational health as a member of International Congress of Occupational Health, World Health Organisation/British Council, Society of Occupational Medicine and has been involved in the work with Stella Howard as her Masters and the development of the competency framework which is now our knowledge and skills framework.

National involvement in Faculty of Occupational Medicine (FOM) / Health Education England, National School of Occupational Health, Royal Society of Medicine, Public Health England, Faculty of OH Nursing,Driving force to influence the NMC regarding developing standards for OH nursing within those for specialist community public health nursing,Council for Work and Health, Occupational Health and Wellbeing Journal.

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