2021 CONFERENCE: CHALLENGE FOR CHANGE POstponed until march 2022
AIOH Council has decided that the 2021 Annual Scientific Conference will resume as a hosted Face to Face gathering. This event will celebrate our 38th Annual Scientific Conference.
The AIOH Conference will be held from 19 March – 23 March 2022
AIOH Conference is an international conference promoting the science
and practice of worker health protection. It is the premier conference
in occupational health in Australia and brings together occupational health/hygiene and OHS professionals from around the nation working
in industry, universities and regulatory authorities.
The theme for the conference is Challenge For Change and it was selected due to the nature of 2020/21, which communicates, transforming Challenges into positive Change Opportunities.
The conference theme will be addressed by a range of national
occupational hygiene and safety experts at keynote presentations and
workshops. A program of continuing education sessions precedes the conference and trade exhibition. These sessions provide a diverse
range of opportunities for occupational hygienists and occupational health and safety professionals to update their knowledge and skills.
The AIOH Conference and Exhibition provides the ideal opportunity to build awareness and raise the profile of your brand amongst Occupational Hygiene leaders and practitioners representing private, public and government bodies at both the national and international arenas.
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Additional keynote speakers will be announced soon.
DR NORMAN SWAN MBCHB, FRCP, DCH, MD (HON CAUSA)
Multi-award-winning, health and medical broadcaster and communicator
Norman hosts RN’s Health Report, and since the COVID-19 pandemic, co-hosted Coronacast, a daily podcast on the coronavirus. Norman is also a reporter and commentator on ABC’s 7.30, Midday, News Breakfast and Four Corners and a guest host on RN Breakfast. He is a past winner of the Gold Walkley and has won other Walkleys, including one in 2020. He created Invisible Enemies on pandemics and civilisation for Channel 4 UK, broadcast in 27 countries. Norman was awarded the medal of the Australian Academy of Science and had an honorary MD from the University of Sydney.
Norman trained in medicine and paediatrics in Aberdeen, London and Sydney before joining the ABC.