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FRIDAY 21 MAY 2021  |  12.30pm – 3.OOpm  |  COST $127.00 + BF

Managing Complex Return to Work Cases

How to navigate effectively and look out for your mental health

Join leading expert in Occupational Medicine, Dr Sid O’Toole, as he discusses how navigate complex return to work cases. 

Effectively managing complex return to work cases is demanding for even the most experienced HR practitioners. With its high stakes and heavy workload, many people involved in return to work cases believe ‘emotional labour’ is a huge part of their job.

Join Phoenix Occupational Medicine, U&U Recruitment and Leaders Lounge for a special 2-hour masterclass and Q&A with Dr Sid O’Toole as we explore the key issues facing HR practitioners during return to work cases.

  • The emotional demands of managing RTW cases
  • Why empathy and resilience are important
  • How to identify a RTW case that is about to turn sour
  • How to intervene effectively
  • What and how you can ask GPs and health professionals
  • When to seek an Independent Medical Exam

 What: 2-hour masterclass and Q&A with Dr Sid O’Toole, lunch included

When: 21 May 2021

Time: 12:30pm for 1pm start

Brisbane Live: U&U Recruitment, 259 Queen St Brisbane

Regional live telecast locations:

  • Desq 39 Hawthorne Street, Roma QLD
  • The Goondiwindi Business Hub 116 Marshall St, Goondiwindi QLD

Price: $127.00pp plus booking fee

Facilitated by: Dr Sid O’Toole
Director, Occupational and Environmental Physician
Phoenix Occupational Medicine

FACILITATED BY DR SID O’TOOLE

Dr Sid O’Toole is highly experienced in managing return to work cases, with a special interest in the mental health demands for those working in this complex area. A director and physician at Phoenix Occupational Medicine, Dr O’Toole also provides services to WorkCover Queensland, local government and the private sector. He is Chair of the Australasian Faculty of Occupational and Environmental Medicine’s Queensland Regional Committee and co-director of LIME Medicolegal.