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February/March 2017 (vol. 13/5)
President-elect of the Faculty of Occupational Medicine
Occupational Health [at Work] talks to FOM president-elect Dr Anne de Bono about her upcoming role, embedding the fundamentals of occupational health into the wider healthcare community, and the challenge of attracting new recruits into occupational medicine.
The vision of return to work as an outcome of good clinical care will be a key objective for Dr Anne de Bono, president-elect of the Faculty of Occupational Medicine (FOM). De Bono will take over from current president Dr Richard Heron in autumn 2017. Speaking to Occupational Health [at Work], de Bono says that she would be disappointed if, by the end of her three-year term as president, ‘… return to work and productivity within UK plc is not seen as an outcome of good clinical care…
Rebecca Ghani is news and features writer for Occupational Health [at Work]
Author: Ghani, R
Occupational Health at Work February/March 2017 (vol. 13/5) pp27-29