Engaging with relevant workplace parties
12:00pm - 1:30pm
Didactic presentation by:
At the end of this session, participants should be able to:
- Describe why physicians should engage with workplace parties
- Explain when physicians should engage with workplace parties
- Describe how physicians might engage with workplace parties
Sol Sax has been an occupational physician for over 40 years. He has been the Chief Physician for Canadian companies, including Wellpoint/Oncidium Health, Ontario Hydro, CBC and Kinross Gold, as well as Canadian regional medical director/consultant for several multinationals, including GE, GSK, Vale mining, Boeing, ThermoFisher Scientific, and Teva pharmaceuticals.. He has been a Medical Consultant to the Ontario Workplace Safety and Insurance Board, Atomic Energy Control Board and been involved in many international committees, task forces and advisory boards.
He has been an executive on numerous professional organizations, including the Occupational and Environmental Medical Association of Canada (1997-2002), President of the Ontario Society for Occupational and Environmental Medicine, and Chair of the Alliance of SHE professionals of Ontario and a Canadian Delegate to ACOEM. He is a past chair of the OMA section of Occupational and Environmental Health. He is a lecturer in the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Toronto and Assistant Professor at the Northern Ontario School of Medicine. He has also been an examiner for both the Royal College and the Canadian Board of Occupational Medicine.
Born in Western Australia, Sol graduated from University of Toronto with degrees in both Engineering and Medicine (1978). He has a postgraduate diploma from McMaster University in Occupational Safety and Health (1981) and received his fellowship designation as an Occupational Health specialist from the Royal College of Physicians Canada in 1989. He is an active outdoor enthusiast who loves to play tennis, cycle, and spend time puttering at his cottage with his beautiful wife, Dominique, dog MIlo, and his many adult kids and grandkids.
Most of the learning in ECHO happens through presenting and discussing case presentations. If you have a case you would like to present, please submit a completed case presentation form to the ECHO OEM project coordinator.
Physicians presenting a case may bill OHIP for case conferences (billing codes K707 or K701).