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Improving workforce health and attendance

This event took place on Monday 30 September 2013

It looked at government policies to support people with health conditions to both stay in and to return to work and examined how to handle mental health and stress related issues that impact upon the wellbeing of employees

The programme can be accessed below.

Improving workforce health and attendance - Monday 30 September 2013

The PowerPoint slides and supporting documents can only be accessed by attendees of this event via the link(s) below. If you attended this event and have forgotten the access code, please email

Dr Bill Gunnyeon - Transforming sickness absence

Nicola Carter, UCEA - Improving workforce health

Vaijayanti Drumm, MIND - Identifying mental health issues

Di Gilhooley, Eversheds - A legal perspective

Rachel Mylrea & Louise Davis, UWE - Creating a mentally healthy workplace

UWE - Supporting mental health at work

UWE - stress intervention framework

Bristol Workplace health Charter examples of evidence for mental health interventions

Ann Collins & Sharon Buckley, Edge Hill University - Wellbeing and organisational impact

The case studies are accessible by staff in UCEA member HEIs with user accounts for the website:

UWE Bristol - Creating a mentally healthy workplace

Edge Hill - Wellbeing and Organisational Impact