The ICOH congress is one of the worlds largest international congresses in the field of occupational health and safety where experts from all around the gather every three years to share their experience and knowledge.
The Faculty of Occupational Medicine, Royal College of Physicians of Ireland are proudly hosting ICOH 2018, which will be focused on the main theme Occupational Health and Wellbeing: linking research to practice.
Join us from the April 29th - May 4th 2018 in Dublin, the capital of the Republic of Ireland, and a wonderful location with a long tradition of promoting occupational health and wellbeing by the Royal College of Physicians, all governmental, tripartite and other stakeholders. Dublin has a record in history of close to two thousand years. It is today a most attractive city with a unique and outstanding cultural atmosphere based on socially just, ethically sound and modern scientific tradition. Ireland and Irish people are known to be very hospitable, internationally oriented, always ready for easy communication and open for exchange of views.
The scientific programme is being organised by Dr Martin Hogan, Chair of the National Organising Committee and Prof Ken Addley, Chair of the National Scientific Committee, and supported by the active participation of the 37 ICOH Committees. Each working in collaboration to produce an excellent scientific programme made up of 10 Plenary Speakers, 32 Semi-Plenary Sessions, 500 Posters, 176 Special Oral Sessions with over 700 Presentations.
Delegates will also get the opportunity to participate in our engaging social programme such as the Gala Dinner, tours, or worksite visits.
ICOH 2018 will be an excellent forum for global best knowledge and practice and a must for all interested in occupational health and wellbeing.
Speakers: Plenary Speakers: Dr Kurt Straif, Prof Antonio Mutti, Dr Bonnie Rogers, Stefana Broadbent, Prof Leon Guo, Dr Gerry Eijkemans, Dr John Gallagher, Mr Hans-Horst Konkolewsky, Dr Vidyha Venugopal, Prof Alison Reid, Prof Rodney Ehrlich