Workplace development from psychological, physiological, and health perspectives.
Businesses in Wales and Ireland are being invited to a free online event to help them develop health and wellbeing in the workplace.
The Celtic Advanced Life Science Innovation Network (CALIN) connects business, academia and healthcare with experts from six leading universities across Ireland and Wales. The latest free event is being organised by the CALIN branch at Bangor University.
The online event taking place between Tuesday 7 and Thursday 9 February, offers businesses the opportunity to attend all or select from a range of workshops, networking and consultations on various aspects of wellbeing. These are delivered by experts in psychology, physiology and health, and they will support and encourage businesses to develop and improve their workplaces. Attendees can also showcase and promote their businesses at the event and receive practical guides from workshop sessions attended.
Businesses are increasingly required to focus on health and wellbeing and to demonstrate their impact on society and in the workplace, so I’m delighted that CALIN at Bangor University are hosting this exciting event that will help them to meet that challenge.
This is a great opportunity for businesses across Wales and Ireland to make connections and benefit from current research- informed knowledge on health and wellbeing relevant to a broad range of industries.
Networking at the event will encourage businesses, academics, and healthcare experts to develop new collaborations and drive forward future innovation for established and prospective enterprises.
For more information contact email@example.com or register for this event.