The website of the ICOH Committee on Shiftwork and Working Time, a committee of the International Commission on Occupational Health (ICOH)

Symposia of WTS

  • The XVIIIth International Symposium on Shiftwork and Working Time in Australia (28 to 31 August 2007), was organised by

    • Lee Di Milia, PhD; Central Queensland Universtiy QLD, Australia – Chair

    • Philip Bohle, PhD; University of New South Wales NSW, Australia

    • Shantha Rajaratnam; PhD; Harvard University, Boston, USA & Monash University VIC, Australia

    • Rebecca Louden; PhD; Griffith University QLD, Australia

    • Anne Pisarski; PhD; University of Queensland QLD, Australia

    • Adam Fletcher; PhD; Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, Washington DC, USA & The University of South Australia SA, Australia.

  • The XVIIth International Symposium on Shiftwork and Working Time conference 2005 was organised by Ben Jansen and his colleagues in the Netherlands. 

  • The XVIth International Symposium on Night and Shiftwork was organised be Frida Marina Fischer and her colleagues in Brazil. And again a very successful and enjoyable meeting. The place was great, it was Santos, Brasil

  • The XVth International Symposium on Night and Shiftwork organised by Katzutaka Kogi and his colleagues in Japan.

  • The XIVth International Symposium on Night- and Shiftwork organised by Peter Knauth & Sonia Hornberger and their colleagues in Germany.

Other Related Conferences:

  • March 23 -28, 2007, Second International Congress of Applied Chronobiology and Chronomedicine(ICACC-2007) in Tunis- Gammarth ,Tunisia - The congress will address current and future issues dealing with the use of basic and applied chronobiological knowledge in drug delivery and therapeutic strategies for human diseases

  • International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics (AHFEI 2008), July 14-17, 2008 Caesar's Palace, Las Vegas, USA [www.aei2008.org]

  • FatigueManagement09

  • 29th ICOH International Congress on Occupational Health - March 22-27, 2009, Capetown, South Africa

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