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Start: Thursday, 13 September at 8:30 am (breakfast & registration from 8 am)
End: Thursday, 13 September at 10 am
It is becoming widely accepted that wellbeing at work is essential to overall wellbeing and can have a profound impact on individuals, organisations and societies. Emerging research indicates that a healthier workforce is a more productive one, with fewer sick days taken and higher productivity when at work. As a result of this, more and more organisations are introducing initiatives to help protect and promote staff health and wellbeing. But does anyone measure if it’s really improving health and if so, how do organisations go about it?
This presentation will discuss some of the findings from RAND Europe’s latest publication commissioned by Public Health England (PHE): Promising practices for health and wellbeing at work: A review of the evidence landscape.
About the speaker: Michael Whitmore
Michael Whitmore is a research leader at RAND Europe, primarily developing initiatives and research into health and work wellbeing. His career spans more than twenty-five years across health and social care with the last nine largely dedicated to health and work. He has held roles that include programme director to Dame Carol Black’s UK cross-government Health and Work team, developing fit for work services, as well as international product director of Wellbeing for Optum, part of the UnitedHealth Group. He has also led global digital and big-data platforms, population health projects in inter-systemic behaviour change, delayed transfers of care and health and social care integration as well as development of a national mental health wellbeing programme to the UK construction industry.
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This year C3 is partnering with RAND Europe to curate our series of workplace health seminars. These morning seminars will take place in prestigious venues across London and breakfast will be provided.
RAND Europe is an independent not-for-profit research organisation that helps to improve policy and decision making through research and analysis.