NHS waitlist set to reach over 8 million by mid 2024 - can Occupational Health Services help?
Businesses across the UK, whether they’re small or large, are already starting to see the effects of NHS waitlists and lack of treatment. It’s taking longer for staff to return to work, and the productivity of staff at work, is dropping due to ill-health. Without their own occupational health teams, businesses are struggling...
Online Criticism in the Sporting World
Whether it’s online hate, performance worries and criticisms, or injury stresses - players of sport can face many mental health and wellbeing challenges and that’s why its becoming increasingly important for clubs to support their athletes with proactive mental health solutions.
Meet Alison Tweedie - UKIM Occupational Physician
Alison will be performing case management, review of health surveillance, cases for ill health retirement, and development of policy & procedures.
Be Part Of The Conversation This Movember
At UKIM, we think that we all need to be a part of the wider conversation to break the stigma surrounding men’s mental health and encourage those who are struggling to speak up without concerns.
UKIM Awarded Place on ESPO Framework for Occupational Health and Employee Assistance Programme Services
We are delighted to have been awarded a place on the Eastern Shires Purchasing Organisation (ESPO)’s Occupational Health Services framework.
Meet Dr Kayode - Our Lead Psychologist here at UKIM
Meet Dr Kayode Akinsulire - our new Lead Psychologist at UKIM.
Mental Health off the Pitch
Here we talk about how professional sports people may have hidden issues outside of the sporting arena which may affect their mental health.
Highlighting the importance of Mental Wellbeing in Sport
It’s no secret that the world of sport is tough for people physically, but it’s also worth noting that athletes and sportspeople can struggle with their careers mentally. This World Mental Health Day, we want to raise awareness to this and highlight why it’s imperative to promote positive mental health in sport.
A message from UKIM Managing Director, Ian Scanlan
At UKIM, our purpose is to deliver outstanding customer service to all of our clients. Our original focus when we started the business in 2003, was Independent Medical Reporting – now 20 years on, we are as committed as ever to delivering the best possible service in this area; as well as across our full suite of medical services, including Rehabilitation, Diagnostics & Treatments, Pagination and Health & Wellbeing. Read on to find out what else we are up to ...