iOH representing the workforce at the Scottish Social Justice and Social Security Committee

As an OH Nurse Consultant, I am passionate about transforming public health practice and promoting evidence, research, and good practice among my peers. I was, honoured to represent iOH, (the Association of Occupational Health and Wellbeing Professionals), at the committee meeting on the 16th of November. The Committee, established in June 2021, looks at the …

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iOH Gets Charity Status

We are thrilled to announce that iOH has been awarded charity status. This is a significant milestone for our organisation and we are excited to share the news with you. As a charity, iOH will enjoy several benefits, including tax exemptions, access to funding opportunities, and increased credibility. We believe that this new status will …

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Work-related stress and menopause

The workplace can support or make things worse. Less than 20% say their workplace provided information about menopause, only 10.2% said their workplace had a menopause policy or guidance and 77% would have liked more information about menopause at work.

Governments OH consultation

As you may be aware the Government is currently consulting with OH professionals, providers, and wider businesses regarding the future provision of OH services, particularly to increase the uptake of OH services by small and medium enterprises.

A window into Occupational Health of the past (Part 1)

To be aware of and understand Occupational Health, we need to understand where the speciality has come from. iOH is very fortunate to have this account from Angela Whitehead, an active and proactive Occupational Health Nurse Advisor and iOH board member, who has been practising OH over the last 50 years.

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