Occupational Health:
Integrating BPS Principles

ALAMA Spring Conference · 16-18 March 2016

Occupational Health: Integrating BPS Principles highlights the increasing importance of adopting a biopsychosocial approach as this is now well recognised within OH circles. The conference will provide plenty of opportunities to explore, discuss and debate the concept – its advantages and difficulties – and consider the significance of psychological factors and social context.

The importance of clinical and evidence based intelligence is also embraced in the programme as these play an essential role in ensuring we deliver the breadth of topics delegates expect and value. Dermatology in the Workplace, Cardiac Rhythm Management, Migraine, Psychiatric Diagnoses and Classifications and CRPS are all tackled within this aspect of the programme.


The full programme includes:

  • Bullying
  • Cardiac Rhythm Management
  • CRPS – Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
  • Dermatology in the Workplace
  • Ethics of Sickness Absence
  • H&S Culture: The Organisational Aspects
  • Healthy workplace explored – looking at the big picture
  • Illness Behaviour
  • Integrating Biopsychosocial Concepts into OH Practice
  • Legal Update
  • Mental Health
  • Migraine
  • Pain
  • Report Writing
  • The biopsychosocial model of health and the good society

This Programme has been designed to feature situations which confront many of us in our day-to-day work and to deliver a comprehensive update on the latest clinical evidence, research results and legal opinions. It will also provide an invaluable opportunity for colleagues to discuss and report on their own experiences, network with, and learn from, like-minded professionals from across the UK and beyond.


Speakers include leading academics and key medical specialists to ensure we have the very latest information at our fingertips and the understanding to operate at our most effective in providing the highest standards in patient care and management. Learn more about the Speakers at this event


This key CPD event offers excellent value for money and has been allocated a total of 16.5 CPD accreditation points.

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