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Snakes and bladders

08 Jul 2018, Posted by Professor Niki Ellis in Inside OHS articles

The last time I went to Greece was on my first ever trip overseas 38 years ago. I went back in May. A highlight was Epidaurus where the World Heritage-listed ruins of the most important sanctuary of Asclepius can be found. Asclepius, a god, the…

Who is best to conduct the RTW orchestra?

26 Mar 2018, Posted by Professor Niki Ellis in WHS

On Saturday I gave a seminar to AFOEM NSW.  42 people registered, 32 in the room and 10 online. My topic was Emerging best practice for case management by insurance schemes: Implications for occupational physicians (you can view the presentation here).  The bulk of the…

Best in Show

29 Apr 2017, Posted by Professor Niki Ellis in Inside OHS articles

The International Convention Centre (ICC) in Birmingham is one of those in the middle-of-nowhere, vast complexes. However, the sense of desolation as I made my way from the railway station that delivers you into the heart of the complex through endless empty pavilions and past…

Future of Return to Work

12 May 2016, Posted by Professor Niki Ellis in WHS

I attended the Northern Queensland conference on return to work (RTW) in Townsville on Friday 29 April. This was a terrific conference. Professor Alex Collie, ISCRR, gave an update on the evidence on engaging GPs in the RTW process. He showed that the proportion of…