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On behalf of the organising committee we are delighted to make this final announcement  to invite you to attend the 2nd International Wellbeing at Work Conference on 21st - 23rd May in Manchester, UK.

The theme for our conference is "Making the Case for Wellbeing". We aim to build on the success of the first conference in Helsinki 2010 and provide an environment where research, best practice and innovation can be shared amongst interested researchers from all relevant subject areas.

The response to the call for abstracts has been phenomenal and we are looking forward to an Internationally significant meeting in May of this year.

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The Programme includes plenary sessions delivered by global thought leaders in the field covering the global perspective on wellbeing, making the case to industry and workplace innovation and wellbeing.

In addition there will be four individual mini-symposia addressing a range of hot topics in the area of wellbeing at work.

Given the response to our call for abstracts, we have also been able to include themed oral sessions from wellbeing researchers, practitioners and policy makers from around the world.

An interactive poster session will also showcase novel interventions, case studies, health promotion work and rehabilitation approaches (amongst many other topic areas), and give participants the opportunity for informal discussions with the authors on each day of the conference.

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The full programme is a three-day event from 21st - 23rd May and the cost is just £540.

Alternatively you can attend on just the Industry Day (22nd May) at a cost of £350.

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The Lowry Centre at Salford Quays, Manchester is the location for the conference. It houses many of Lowry's industrial masterpieces as well as providing exceptional conference facilities.


We hope that you will be able to attend, and we look forward to welcoming you at the conference.

Co-Chairs of the Organising Committee

Acurran Dfishwick

Dr Andrew Curran     Professor David Fishwick


Supporting Organisations:

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