Over 2 million people in England are thought to have had one or more COVID-19 symptoms lasting at least 12 weeks according to one of the largest studies of the virus funded by the government.
Long Covid is real and it’s here to stay. Are you prepared for the effects it can have on you and your colleagues?
On 10 November 2021, Dr Jenny Napier will be hosting a webinar to provide advice on how to support employers in successfully coping with Long Covid.
Dr. Jenny Napier
Jenny is an Occupational Health Physician and conducts a wide range of occupational health activities. These include fitness for work assessments, management referrals, health surveillance, Control of Substances Hazardous to Health assessments, workplace assessments and workplace wellbeing consultancy.
She holds qualifications including an MBBS, MRCGP and Diploma in Occupational Medicine (DipOccMed) and has membership in the Medical Defence Union, the Society of Occupational Medicine (SOM) and the British Medical Association (BMA). Jenny has occupational health expertise across several industries from logistics, to education, criminal justice, manufacturing, sports, retail and construction.
Her experience within the Society of Occupational Medicine (SOM) includes an evidence-based report she wrote on the role of Occupational Health in supporting well-being at work and leading a journal club to support evidence-based practice. She has also conducted occupational health assessments for a range of clients, from the Central North West London NHS Trust (CNWL) as well as external private clients.
Dr. Ray Quinlan
Ray has specialist expertise in all areas of occupational health service delivery over almost a 30-year career, that includes health surveillance, absence management/rehabilitation and pension medical advice.
Ray graduated from University College Dublin in 1986 and completed his General Medical training in the UK, followed by higher specialist training in Occupational Medicine.
Ray's is a Fellow of the Faculty of Occupational Medicine as well as a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians. He is also a Chartered Member of IOSH and is involved in delivering a range of occupational health activities as well as providing overall clinical leadership, advice on tenders, new start up services and doctor training within RPS. In addition, he is an RCP accredited Educational Supervisor and a SOM QAAS Appraiser and is a committee member with TOM, a group of occupational health physicians who plan and host an annual symposium in the East Midlands. His special interest is in Health Surveillance and whilst completing his MFOM, Ray published papers on biological monitoring.
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