ICOH 2018 Congress programme now online

We are glad to announce the release of the full ICOH 2018 Congress programme.

The theme is “Occupational Health and Wellbeing: linking research to practice” and includes 11 plenary and 32 semi-plenary invited presentations.
Plenary and Semi-Plenary sessions will encompass a wide range of the latest topics with details of the speakers and their presentations available on wwww.icoh2018.org.

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Bid Submission ICOH 2024 - Candidates countries

The elections to determine the venue of ICOH 2024 Congress will take place at ICOH 2018 in Dublin (April 29 – May 4), after presentations by proposed host countries and taking into consideration the recommendation of the Board (Article 6, section 1 of the Constitution).

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International Newsletter on Occupational Safety and Health now published

International Newsletter on Occupational Safety and Health now publishedThe Special Issue of the OSH Newsletter is published through the collaborative effort of the ILO, the International Commission on Occupational Health (ICOH), and the Department of Public Health / Occupational Health of Helsinki University (HU).

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Information on Bid Submission for ICOH 2024 Congress

Deadline: January 28, 2018

The procedure for bid submission to compete for the venue of future ICOH congresses is indicated in Bye-Law 7, Section 1 that reads:

“Applications for hosting an International Congress should reach the ICOH office at least three months before the first General Assembly of the next International Congress and be signed by at least five members of ICOH in good standing of that country”.

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Dr. Leslie Nickels passed away

Dr. Leslie Nickels passed awayIt is with great sadness that we announce that Dr. Leslie Nickels, Chair of the ICOH Scientific Committee on History of Prevention of Occupational and Environmental Diseases (2015-2018), passed away on November 27, 2017, with her loving husband and two daughters at her side. Leslie had been fighting a brave battle against cancer for a number of years, but this did not deter her from her passion for, and valuable contributions to, global occupational and environmental health.

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