Paul Wood lecture theatre, NHLI

Dovehouse Street
United Kingdom

Food and drink
Light refreshments and lunch will be provided
Further info
For more information, contact m.wheatley@imperial.ac.uk

51.4885237, -0.17098099999998

This event is fully booked

Update your knowledge of contemporary occupational lung disease at our one day conference.   

Refund policy

For written cancellations received up to two weeks prior to the commencement of the course, 50 per cent of the course fee will be refunded. Thereafter, no refunds can be made, however substitute delegates are welcome at no extra charge. If you (or your substitute) are unable to attend after the two weeks' notice period, it may be possible to transfer to the next course (subject to the course running). You will be required to pay a £50 administration charge, plus the additional course fees.

If the course organiser cancels the course due to low attendance, or for any other reason, delegates will be reimbursed in full or registered for the next available course, should they wish.

The organisers reserve the right to alter the programme without notice and to refuse any registration.

We cannot confirm places on this course until payment has been received in full.

Please do not make any travel arrangements until written booking confirmation is received.

Who is this for?

Practising occupational health practitioners (physicians, nurses and advisors)


Professor Paul Cullinan - Department of occupational and environmental medicine, Royal Brompton Hospital.

Paul is professor in occupational and environmental respiratory disease at the National Heart and Lung Institute (Imperial College), London.  He is also honorary consultant, respiratory medicine, Royal Brompton Hospital, London.  He is a member of the Workplace Health Expert Committee (WHEC).

His academic interests are in the epidemiology of occupational lung diseases, and in particular of occupational asthma, plus other environmental determinants of lung disease.

Dr Jo Szram - Department of occupational and environmental medicine, Royal Brompton Hospital. 

Jo trained in respiratory and general medicine in North West London. Since 2005 she has worked in the Occupational and Environmental Medicine Clinic at the Trust, where she is also Director of medical education. 

Jo is an honorary senior clinical lecturer at the National Heart and Lung Institute (Imperial College), London. 

Her main interests are in the identification and diagnosis of occupational lung disease, and the respiratory health screening of individuals placed in safety-critical roles. 

She is heavily involved in the education and training of healthcare professionals, focused on learning that directly benefits patients, particularly those with work-related lung diseases, regularly welcoming clinical observers to the clinic. Her other roles include Deputy Postgraduate Dean, Health Education England (HEE), South London and Core medical Training Programme Director, HEE North West London. 

Jo is also an elected council member of the Royal College of Physicians (London), and honorary treasurer of the National Association of Clinical Tutors (NACT-UK).      

Dr Jo Feary - Department of occupational and environmental medicine, Royal Brompton Hospital

Jo is a consultant respiratory physician at Royal Brompton Hospital and an honorary senior lecturer at the National Heart and Lung Institute (Imperial College), London. She was awarded an NIHR postdoctoral fellowship, and as part of this carried out a large study of laboratory animal allergy.

Jo completed her specialist training in respiratory medicine in the West Midlands and in London. She was awarded a PhD from the University of Nottingham in 2011. Her clinical interests include the assessment and management of occupational lung disease, and severe and difficult-to-treat asthma. 

Dr Carl Reynolds  - Respiratory epidemiology, occupational medicine and public health, National Heart and Lung Institute (Imperial College London) 

Carl is a respiratory and general medicine trainee (ST6) in North West London.  He has an academic and clinical interest in occupational lung disease, and is currently studying the role of occupational asbestos exposure in IPF as a Wellcome Trust Clinical Research Fellow at the National Heart and Lung Institute, Imperial College.

In addition to these roles, he is a passionate advocate of improving NHS IT, and in this capacity is founder and director of Open Health Care UK, a health care software company.