Modernet and SCOM (Scientific Committee on Occupational Medicine) organized two joint session at the EPICOH conference in Edinburgh, United Kingdom.
28 – 31 August 2017
Venue: Edinburgh International Conference Centre
Eliminating Occupational Risk: Translating Research into Action
SCOM – Modernet session 1
- Anthony Seaton – Who would have thought it? The unforeseen problems of disruptive technologies (INVITED KEYNOTE)
- Ilse Louwerse – Characteristics of individuals receiving a disability benefit and predictors of leaving the disability benefit scheme. A 5-year follow-up study.
- Camilla Ditlev – Sedentary work and risk of venous thromboembolism
- Leon Guo – Daytime workplace noise exposures lower than occupational criteria can disturb nighttime sleep
- Helen Kelsall – Longer term physical health and wellbeing in Australian Gulf War veterans, 20 years after deploymen
SCOM – Modernet session 2
- Stefania Curti – Findings from the first year of MAREL: The Italian network on work-related diseases
- Lode Godderis – Different approaches for early recognition and prevention of new and emerging work-related diseases
- Annet Lenderink – Methodologies to identify work-related diseases: in-depth description of selected of sentinel or alert systems
- Matthew Gittins – Accounting for reporter fatigue and excess zeros when estimating the true rate of Work-Related Ill-Health in a voluntary reporting surveillance scheme.
- Paul A. Demers – Initial Results from a New Canadian Occupational Disease Surveillance System