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  • NIVA course on Occupational Respiratory Diseases, 11-13.10.2022

    11. oktober 2022 - 13. oktober 2022  
    Dockyard Hotel, Gothenburg, Sweden

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    Occupational Respiratory Diseases:
    Prevention and risk factors

    11th – 13th of October 2022
    Dockyard Hotel, Gothenburg, Sweden

    Occupational respiratory diseases (asthma, chronic obstructive lung disease, different pulmonary fibrosis and rhinitis) are still important and prevalent occupationally caused diseases.

    Prevention is the cornerstone in the treatment, and there is a strong need to disseminate current scientific knowledge in this field to occupational physicians, allergists, ENT-physicians, chest physicians and researchers in the field

    Main topics:

    * Lectures about diagnostics and epidemiology of asthma, COPD and lung fibrosis.
    * Exacerbations of asthma and COPD in relation to environment. Genetic aspects.
    * Occupational risk factors for Pulmonary Fibrosis, pneumoconiosis and alveolitis.
    * Prevention of occupational asthma
    * Occupational rhinitis

    Course leader:

    Anna-Carin Olin, Professor/Chief Physician, School of Public Health and Community Medicine, University of Gothenburg, Sweden

    Registration deadline: 9th of September 2022

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    Morten Jakobsen

    Project Manager & Sustainability Advisor

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    morten.jakobsen@niva.org

    NIVA

    Topeliuksenkatu 20

    FI-00250 Helsinki

    www.niva.org

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  • Webinar invitation: Engaged, burned out or bored out? -Employee well-being during the pandemic and workplace solutions, 26.10.2022

    26. oktober 2022  09:30 - 11:00
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    NIVA 40 years

    In 2022 NIVA celebrates 40 years of Nordic advanced education in occupational health and safety. During this celebration year, we will offer a series of webinars mirroring contemporary work life issues.

    Welcome to our webinar

    Engaged, burned out or bored out?

    -Employee well-being during the pandemic and workplace solutions

    In this webinar, Research Professor and Docent Jari Hakanen will give an overview of different states of employee well-being: work engagement, job boredom and burnout and how they have changed over time before vs. during the pandemic in Finland. We will also focus on how tele, non-tele, and so-called hybrid work relate to employee well-being. MD, Specialist Doctor and Chief Medical Officer Auli Rytivaara and Medical Adviser Riitta Työläjärvi will give their comments on the subject as well.

    In addition, combining both top-down and bottom-up workplace practices to improve working conditions can boost the best possible well-being at work, that is, work engagement. Servant leadership and two types of proactive behaviors: job crafting and social courage at work will be discussed.

    Welcome to join our online webinar on October 26th at 9:30-11:00 CET (Central European Time).
    The webinar is free of charge.

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  • NIVA course Firefighter Work and Health,

    1. november 2022 - 3. november 2022  
    Radisson Blu Royal Garden Hotel, Trondheim, Norway

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    Firefighter Work and Health

    1st – 3rd of November 2022
    Radisson Blu Royal Garden Hotel, Trondheim, Norway

    This course focuses on exposure, health effects and preventive measures for firefighters. It has a holistic approach from chemical exposure assessment to basal physiology and health effects. The current status as well as future perspectives on prevention will be discussed.

    The course will increase the participants’ knowledge about challenges and health effects related to firefighting work. It will give insight into exposure assessments, physiological mechanisms, as well as health effects, especially related to cancer. Relevant prevention strategies on firefighting methods and PPE will be discussed.

    Course leaders:

    Mariann Sandsund, PhD, Senior scientist, SINTEF, Trondheim, Norway

    Raymond Olsen, PhD, Researcher, STAMI – National Institute of Occupational Health, Oslo, Norway

    Registration deadline: 26th of September 2022

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    Morten Jakobsen

    Project Manager & Sustainability Advisor

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    morten.jakobsen@niva.org

    NIVA

    Topeliuksenkatu 20

    FI-00250 Helsinki

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  • NIVA course on Statistics for Assessment of Occupational Exposures and Health Outcomes,

    29. november 2022 - 1. december 2022  
    Scandic Solli, Oslo, Norway

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    Statistics for Assessment of
    Occupational Exposures and Health Outcomes

    29t of November – 1st of December 2022
    Scandic Solli, Oslo, Norway

    This course aims to give a focused insight of the application of necessary statistical methods for research in the occupational exposure and health field.

    Joining this course will give you thorough knowledge of the statistical tools necessary to make the right decisions when:

    * planning studies of occupational exposures and health effects
    * assessing exposure and/or health effects
    * assigning exposure estimates for epidemiological use
    * analysing exposure-response relationships

    Main topics:

    · Design and planning of the study

    · Data quality

    · Quantitative exposure assessment

    · Time series, longitudinal data analyses, linear/logistic mixed models

    · Associations between exposures and health outcomes

    · Use of multiple exposure parameter and multiple response parameters

    Course leader:

    Anne Straumfors, Lead Research Professor, STAMI – National Institute of Occupational Health, Norway

    Registration deadline: 27th of October 2022

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    Morten Jakobsen

    Project Manager and Sustainability Advisor

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    morten.jakobsen@niva.org

    NIVA

    Topeliuksenkatu 20

    FI-00250 Helsinki

    www.niva.org

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  • NIVA course on Workers in the Cold,

    7. marts 2023 - 9. marts 2023  
    Scandic Ishavshotel, Tromsø, Norway

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    Workers in the Cold

    7th – 9th of March 2023
    Scandic Ishavshotel, Tromsø, Norway

    The importance of the north has increased internationally. The utilization of natural resources, new trade routes through ice-free passages and expanded tourism have increased human activity in these areas. The exposure to extreme climatic conditions may be challenging to the health, safety and performance of personnel working in these areas as well as people visiting cold areas. Knowledge about health, safety and smart protective solutions are important to handle such challenges. The course will increase the participants’ knowledge about these challenges and give insight into physiological mechanisms, as well as clinical aspects and treatment options. It will also present recent developments of clothing and protective equipment to cope with challenges related to operating in cold areas.

    Main topics:

    • Cold climate
    • Workplaces
    • Tourism

    • Cold-related accidents/hypothermia

    Course leader:

    Anje Höper, MD, PhD, UiT/UNN Tromsø, Norway

    Øystein Wiggen, Researcher, SINTEF, Norway

    Registration deadline: January 18th 2023

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    Linda Oksanen

    Project Manager and Communications Advisor

    Mobile +358 40 5463 277

    linda.oksanen@niva.org

    NIVA

    Topeliuksenkatu 20

    FI-00250 Helsinki

    www.niva.org

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  • Kursusdag i AT og AES

    8. marts 2023  08:00 - 15:30
    København

    Obligatorisk kursusdag i AT og AES for introlæger og nye psykologer i arbejdsmedicin.
    Tilmelding foregår ved at skrive til Luise Begtrup: luise.moelenberg.begtrup.02@regionh.dk

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  • DASAM's Årsmøde 2023

    29. marts 2023 - 30. marts 2023  
    DSB's kursuscenter, Nyborg

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