Reproductive and Developmental Health in an Occupational Context

22nd of November 2022
Online webinar


13.00-15.00 am CET (Central European Time)

About this webinar

Most men and women have worked for many years before pursuing pregnancy, and the majority of women continue to work throughout pregnancy. Still, we have much to learn about the work environment relative to reproductive function, and occupational factors do not receive much attention compared to e.g. chemicals in consumer products and in the outer environment.

We will touch upon the topic in three presentations, with time for discussion:

  • Occupation and male infertility – what do we know and what do we believe?
    Jens Peter Bonde, Professor emeritus
  • Exposure to reproductive and developmental toxicants at work places: is it still a problem?
    Karin Sørig Hougaard, Senior researcher and affiliate professor
  • Risk assessment of occupational hazards for pregnant women – presentation of a case from an occupational clinic.
    Luise Mølenberg Begtrup, Senior Specialist, Phd  

The webinar is an appetizer for the course Occupational Hazards and Reproductive Health to be held 25th-27th April 2023 in Malmö, Sweden.

Webinar outline

The webinar will take place on the 22nd of November at 13-15 pm CET (Central European Time). After the lectures, participants will have time to ask questions.

Price information

The webinar is free of charge.

About the lecturers

Jens Peter Bonde, Professor emeritus, Department of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, Copenhagen University Hospital – Bispebjerg and Frederiksberg, Copenhagen, Denmark

Karin Sørig Hougaard, Senior researcher and affiliate professor, National Research Centre for the Working Environment and Institute of Public Health, University of Copenhagen; Copenhagen, Denmark

Luise Mølenberg Begtrup, Senior Specialist, Phd, Department of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, Copenhagen University Hospital – Bispebjerg and Frederiksberg, Copenhagen, Denmark


Contact person

In practical matters, please contact:

Project Manager & Quality Assurance Advisor
Cecilia Weckman
NIVA
email: cecilia.weckman@niva.org


Sign up for our newsletter and be the first to hear about our new courses!


Other courses

Work-related Mortality – Lessons Learned from the Nordic Countries

26th of April 2024
AFA Försäkring, Stockholm, Sweden
/ Online
Registration has closed
Online Conference, Onsite Conference

Retaining and Reintegrating Workers with Cancer

14th – 16th of May 2024
Quality Hotel View, Malmö, Sweden
Registration has closed
Onsite course

Leading Diverse and Inclusive Workplaces   

28th – 30th of May 2024
Online course
12 days to register
Online course