Employers can find themselves overwhelmed by the complexity of managing mental health in the workplace: trying to navigate products and services on an evidence base that is still in its infancy. Rail Safety and Standards Board (RSSB) and the Institute for Employment Studies (IES) have been working together to understand what works for managing mental health, and specifically, how to promote good people management through line manager mental health training
Registration is now open for this popular event where people from different sectors connected by a passion for health and wellbeing come together for an afternoon of expert speakers, specialist workshops, discussions and networking.
Register for C3's special International Breakfast Seminar with Dr Feisul Mustapha on cancer screening in a middle-income country as part of London Global Cancer Week.
Come and hear our speaker Ian Edwards, Programme Director at Nomura Health and Fitness, discuss the use of health data to establish top health risks, proactive and reactive health spend, measured health innovations and pathways.
Come hear the dynamic Pierre K. Cooke Junior, Healthy Caribbean Coalition (HCC)'s Youth Voices Technical Advisor, speak about his leading advocacy work with NCDs and young people in the Caribbean.
Watch the webinar recording of C3 and experts discussing the role of mental health in wellbeing and the importance of prioritising nurses’ own mental health and that of their patients. The webinar was one of a short series on prevention and management of non-communicable diseases produced by C3 in collaboration with Pfizer.
Join us for C3's Workplace Health Movement meeting with Professor Walker-Bone for employees and employers about preventing and managing musculoskeletal conditions in the workplace. Professor Walker-Bone is the Director of Arthritis Research UK/MRC centre for Musculoskeletal Health and Work.
Register for C3's International Breakfast Seminar with Dr Arora, a public health scientist working in the area of preventing and managing non-communicable diseases through health promotion and health advocacy. She is the Director of the Health Promotion Division and Additional Professor at Public Health Foundation of India.
Nurses, doctors, social workers and other people who work caring for others often face stress and burnout resulting in absenteeism, turnover, increased errors and even mortality. R Scott Boots has presented to thousands of caring persons internationally about ways to respond to stress in healthy ways. Join us 19 June to learn how we can better care for others by caring about ourselves.
Dr Rachel Nugent Vice-President – Global Non-communicable Diseases, RTI International. This talk shows how health economics is used to help countries make efficient and equitable spending decisions to slow the rise in health and economic burden from NCDs.