RAML 2018 – A Resounding Success! – Nancy Doyle of Employable Me joined Magician Angus Baskerville at RAML 2018

The 2018 Ruth Alston Memorial Lecture and Dinner held on 6th March 2018  was a resounding success! As in previous years the event was held in the Oasis Suite of the Crowne Plaza Hotel during the 2-day Health and Wellbeing at Work event. Over 70 members and guests attended to hear guest speakers Nancy Doyle of Genius Within and BBC’s Employable Me and […]

Contemporary Occupational Health Nursing: A Guide for Practitioners

The new edition of this invaluable textbook, written by and on behalf of the AOHNP and edited by Greta Thornbory and Susanna Everton, was published on 27 October 2017, and is now available for purchase from Amazon by clicking on the following link Contemporary Occupational Health Nursing: A Guide for Practitioners Please note that by using this link the Association will receive a […]

Invitation to participate in a research project on occupational mental health

Jennifer Oates, a lecturer and researcher in the Faculty of Nursing and Midwifery at King’s College London, is undertaking a qualitative research study looking at occupational mental health provision in UK mental health providers. She would like to talk to any OH nurses who provide a service to staff in mental health provider organisations.   If you are willing to take part please contact her at Jennifer.oates@kcl.ac.uk

New BSI Standard: Body Worn Video

The BSI has issued a new standard, BS 8593:2917: Code of Practice for the Deployment and Use of Body Worn Video (BWV)  Body Worn Video devices incorporate a camera, a microphone and other technology which enables video and audio recordings to be made, stored and subsequently exported. BWV’s use has clear advantages, but there are also some challenges around privacy and data security, as […]