Occupational Health

Professional Development courses for Occupational Health

  1. Absence Management (NU3945)

    This module will promote the provision of informed and supportive strategies for effective absence management in the workplace.

  2. Health Surveillance (NU3942)

    This module will enable the student to develop a knowledge and understanding of the key principles of health surveillance.

  3. Leadership in Health (NU4810)

    This module will enable the student to explore, analyse and appraise leadership theory and practice within the context of healthcare.

  4. Mental Wellbeing in the Workplace (NU3944)

    This module will the student to promote the provision of informed and supportive strategies for mental wellbeing at work.

  5. Occupational Health Management (NU4811)

    This module will enable the student to develop the ability to understand and contribute to the strategic management of Occupational Health.

  6. Principles of Occupational Health (NU3940)

    This module will enable the student to demonstrate a broad knowledge and understanding of the theories, principles and concepts relevant to occupational health.

  7. Workplace Health Promotion (NU3943)

    This module will enable the student to develop knowledge and understanding of health promotion within the workplace.

  8. Workplace Risk Management (NU3941)

    This module will enable the student to develop a critical understanding of risk management in the workplace.

  • RGU Remote Medic

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    RGU has developed a series of short workshops to provide Remote Medics and related professionals with a robust framework within which to deliver effective treatment to people experiencing mental distress.

  1. 06, December, 2017 Winter Graduation Ceremony - Aberdeen Centre for Trauma Research, CORE, DELTA, School of Health Sciences, School of Nursing and Midwifery and School of Pharmacy and Life Sciences (Wednesday 10:30am)

    Emma Leask, Physiotherapy, 450x300

    Ceremony for the School of Health Sciences, School of Nursing & Midwifery, School of Pharmacy & Life Sciences, DELTA, CORE and Aberdeen Centre for Trauma Research