ICOH 2021 Congress in Melbourne, Australia (21-26 March 2021) - 2nd Announcement release and Keynote Speakers
We are pleased to announce you that the 2nd Announcement of the ICOH 2021 Congress has been released. (Download)
With the theme ‘Sharing Solutions in Occupational Health: Locally, Regionally, Globally’, ICOH 2021 will bring together occupational health researchers, practitioners and policy makers from around the world to share their collective knowledge about improving worker health and safety at the largest occupational health congress in the world.
Registration is now open at www.icoh2021.org and we encourage you to book early to take advantage of the early bird savings.
The scientific programme of ICOH 2021 has been formulated by the active participation of the 37 ICOH Scientific Committees, members of the Board and Regional/National Secretaries. The Keynote Speakers have been selected among the most prominent voices from across the globe coming together to share their experiences and perspectives in their respective fields. Over a hundred sessions of mini-symposia, special sessions, workshops and oral sessions of the Congress will provide useful insight into harmonized good occupational health practices.
Opening Keynote: Professor Sir Michael Marmot - University College London, United Kingdom
Professor Paul Blanc - University of California San Francisco, USA
Associate Professor Hanifa Denny - Diponegoro University, Indonesia
Professor Frida Marina Fischer - University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
Dr Margaret Kitt - National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, USA
Mr Frank Muchiri - International Labour Office
Dr Karen Nieuwenhuijsen - Coronel Institute, The Netherlands
Dr Frank Pega - World Health Organization Geneva
Professor Jorma Rantanen - Finnish Institute for Occupational Health, Finland
Dr Elisabete Weiderpass - International Agency for Research on Cancer, France
Professor Alistair Woodward - University of Auckland, New Zealand