Working life is increasingly sedentary – and pressurised. Experts from the National Centre for Sport and Exercise Medicine East Midlands are on hand to help businesses of all sizes and across all sectors improve the wellbeing of their workforce.
This breakfast event is an exclusive opportunity for the local business community to hear first-hand from the experts whose work evidences the widespread benefits of physical activity for all ages, and try for themselves innovative equipment and techniques specifically aimed at improving workplace health. These include a range of equipment such as standing desks, treadmill work stations and wearable technology, and low or no cost activities to help the workforce make changes for the better, for life.
An programme of talks will include:
- Better workplace health: an overview – Dr Fehmidah Munir
- Can wearable technologies help us with lifestyle behaviour change? – Dr Dale Esliger
- Workplace team sports and the ‘changing the game’ programme – Andrew Brinkley
- Stand more at work – how workplaces can improve health, wellbeing and work engagement – Dr Fehmidah Munir
- Multi-disciplinary research to tackle real-world problems: a case study within the transport sector – Dr James King
Friday 4 November 2016
8-10am (refreshments will be available from 7.30am and breakfast is included)
National Centre for Sport and Exercise Medicine East Midlands, Loughborough University