With just over two weeks to go until our highly anticipated Health@Work Summit on 4th May, we are delighted to welcome Dr Davina Denisczyc, Charity and Market Development Director at Nuffield Health as a speaker.
With just over two weeks to go until our highly anticipated Health@Work Summit on 4th May, we are delighted to welcome Dr Davina Denisczyc, Charity and Market
Development Director at Nuffield Health as a speaker.
Dr Davina completed her medical degree at the University of Manchester, graduating in 2003. Her fascination with science and interest in people made her step into GP training an easy one. In 2007, she gained membership to the Royal College of General Practitioners. Dr Davina completed part of her training in Western Australia, adding valuable medical experience and an awareness of cultural difference to her portfolio. Dr Davina joined Nuffield Health in 2009 and still practices as a GP every Thursday and Friday.
Speaking on ‘helping to transform employees emotional wellbeing‘, Dr Davina promises to share valuable insights and key thought leadership during this key summit, joining speakers from prestigious organisations including:
-Clare Forshaw, HSE, “Developing a strategy to respond to the changing landscape of health at work“
-Susan Gee, Yorkshire Water, “Making wellbeing a part of our blueprint – a best practice case study“
-Andrew Spells, British Council, “Developing a wellbeing strategy for a dispersed, remote and diverse workforce“
-Lisa McGrevy, Wincanton, “Making health, safety and wellbeing a management priority“
-Helen Houghton, Doncaster & Bassetlaw Hospitals NHS Trusts, “Evolving the wellbeing agenda through a wellbeing programme“
-Steve Exall, BT, “The importance of a supportive return to work strategy“
-John Green, Laing O’Rourke, “Challenge, change and stay curious – the stormy present‘
-Emma Mamo, MIND, “Mental first aid – why the stigma must end“