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Buildings on the Old Road Campus, University of Oxford.

The 9th UK & Ireland Conference on Occupational and Environmental Epidemiologywill take place in Oxford and is hosted by the University of Oxford Nuffield Department of Population Health, jointly with Public Health England.  This conference series brings together active researchers in the broad field of occupational and environmental epidemiology.  The event will include keynote lectures, oral presentations, and posters

Register by clicking HERE  Payment is via a different link to the University of Oxford Online Store.  Delegate fee is £50 until 27th March 2015, then £75.

The online conference programme is now available. 

Abstract Submission is via the registration link and you will receive email instructions after registering.  The deadline for submission has been extended to 23rd February 2015, decisions will be made by 6th March 2015.


Venue: Jesus College directions and information: A new conference facility in the heart of Oxford, within easy reach of the train and bus stations. Please note the entrance to the Ship Street Centre is on Ship Street, Oxford.

Please book your accommodation if necessary:

If you would like to stay at Jesus College Ship Street Centre, please ring 01865 287118 and quote conference reference 23913.

Single ensuite rooms are £77.50 + VAT and double ensuite rooms are £112.50 + VAT.

Alternatively you could use Oxford Rooms or another avenue of your choice.

Keynote lecturers:

  • Prof John Buckley, Applied Exercise Science, University of Chester:  “Standing up for health – more leg and less bum”
  • Dr Sari Kovats, Social and Environmental Health, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine:  “The public health science behind the UK's response to climate change”

Student awards:  if you are a student and wish your work to be considered for one of the awards, please tick the relevant box when submitting your abstract. The best student presentations (oral or poster) in each of the occupational and environmental categories will receive a £100 book token.

More information and programme details will be available here soon. Email for queries and further information.