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Thomas Ashton Institute for Risk and Regulatory Research

Registration is open for this year’s Thomas Ashton Institute Annual Lecture: Work, Health, and Wellbeing post pandemic, with guest speaker Professor Dame Carol Black.

6 March 2023

In 2010 Richard Donkin, author and columnist, wrote: "The history of the way we live and work is more evolutionary than revolutionary in nature.

This was true pre March 2020, but then what had been a slow migration of practice - industry to knowledge services, office to home, collective to individual, formal working hours to discretionary time, work across boundaries - accelerated in an unprecedented way.

COVID landed on fertile UK soil, a population of insufficiently healthy persons, with high obesity rates, low rates of physical activity, and the poor living in deprived areas with all the inevitable consequences.

These issues will be discussed in an attempt to see where we were, where we are now, and what the future of work and the workplace might look like.

The concept of global health care . The doctor listens to the structure of the global health care.

Register via Eventbrite

10th May 2023

Lecture Theatre B
Engineering Building A
University of Manchester

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