The Ontario Occupational Health Nurses Association (OOHNA)'s annual conference, Keeping Workers Well 2019, is taking place June 6-7 in Mississauga, Ont. It offers keynote speakers, break-out sessions, optional workshops, a trade show and an evening networking event. IWH will be exhibiting at the conference on Thursday, June 6.
Prescription and recreational drugs that act on the central nervous system can have many adverse effects, including cognitive and psychomotor impairment. An IWH systematic review has looked into the link between workplace injury and fatality risks and the use of such substances—including opioids, benzodiazepines and cannabis. In this presentation, Dr. Nancy Carnide shares findings from that systematic review.
This three-day workshop teaches participants how to plan and carry out a basic systematic review, understand the appropriate methods for more complex analysis, interpret the results of a meta-analysis and accurately communicate the results and interpretation of a review.