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Work’s Mental Conference – Prioritising our mental health at work

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Headtorch and the School of Psychology at the University of Glasgow 
bring you the kick-off Conference of 2017…

 

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Prioritising our Mental Health at Work

“I thought it was excellent. Well paced, excellent speakers and performers.” 

Work’s Mental Delegate, June 2016

19th January 2017

 

                                           Speakers from:

BAE Systems
University of Glasgow
Police Governance Scotland
Employers Network for Equality & Inclusion

 

Find out about your speakers, presenters and performers here

See the day’s schedule

Places are limited.  BOOK YOUR CONFERENCE PLACE NOW!

 

Work’s Mental brings together business people, academics and people with lived experience to discuss and promote best practise that prioritises our mental health at work.  This kick-off Conference of 2017 brings you excellent speakers and the opportunity to discuss questions posed by them at your tables. The day will be energetic and lively punctuated with performance poetry, personal stories and live drama. Our aim is for delegates to leave with new nuggets of knowledge and inspired further to promote mental health and well-being at work.
When?             10 – 4pm (9.15am register)
Where?            SD Worx, Sonas, 3 Kings Inch Pl, Renfrew PA4 8WF
How much?    £10 minimum donation to the ACUMEN Adult Drama Group (RAMH)Collection gratefully
                            received on the day.

Hosted by and many thanks to: 

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 “A gift of a conference.”

Work’s Mental Delegate, June 2016

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