Kevin M. Smith, MD, MPH, FACOEM, is the Medical Director for Promedica 360 Health. He is Board Certified in Occupational and Environmental Medicine, and has over 25 years experience in the field. He is a Fellow of the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, and has been a member since 1992.
His experience includes working as a Flight Surgeon for the U.S. Air Force, and over 10 years experience working for the DuPont Corporation. He is a Medical Review Officer, and a certified Independent Medical Examiner. He is a certified commercial driver medical examiner. Dr. Smith also served as a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Family and Preventive Medicine, University of South Carolina School of Medicine, and served on the Residency Advisory Committee for the Preventive Medicine Residency Program.
Dr Kevin Smith is the author of the book Occupational and Environmental Medicine: Board Review and Clinical Synopsis, a significant publication that provides guidance for fellows and trainees.
Mandurah Mini-Conference & AGM Un dÍa en el estuario - A day on the estuary
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ANZSOM WA Branch Mini-Conference AGM
Theme: Argentinean Fiesta Date: Saturday 6 August 2022 Time: sessions will start from 9.00 AM and run all day Venue: The Sebel Mandurah
1 Marco Polo Drive, Mandurah WA 6210
There will also be an informal dinner on Saturday evening (not included in the registration price). Time and place will be given during the Conference.
ANZSOM: Past, present and future, Dr Dominic Yong, ANZSOM President
Keynote speaker: The occupational physician in an executive role within big corporations, Dr Nell Gillett, Chief Medical Officer, Rio Tinto
Occupational asthma, Dr Andrew Webster, Respiratory & Sleep Medicine Physician
Interstitial lung diseases, Dr Brendan Adler, CEO / Radiologist at Envision Medical Imaging
Occupational lung diseases. Health monitoring. WA Medical Guidelines. Introduction of one clinical case for discussion, Dr Evelyn Lee, Occupational Physician, Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety WA
Wrist Injuries. The wrist from de Quervain's to SNAC wrist and everything in between, Dr Matthew Lawson-Smith, Orthopedic Surgeon
Panel: Chief Medical Officers in trouble....
Regional Trainee Meeting - discussion with fellows
Occupational Health Nurses stream and more . . .
Last year's successful weekend mini-conference at Rottnest Island has created a trend and this year the WA Branch is inviting you to join the festivities at picturesque Mandurah!
Less than an hour's travel by car or train drive South of Perth, Mandurah is Western Australia’s largest regional city. Set against a backdrop of magnificent beaches and an estuary twice the size of Sydney Harbour it is the perfect weekend getaway for all types.
This year's mini-conference will be held at the Sebel Mandurah, an ultra-modern 4-star hotel providing luxury accommodations and views of the Quays and Estuary.
As a delegate of the WA Branch mini-conference, you will receive a 20% discount on the Best Available Rate up to 2 days before and 2 days after the event - between Thursday 4 August and Monday 10 August.
To book, just need to call reservations directly on (08) 9512 8300, advise that you are attending the ANZSOM WA and quote WED20 to receive the discount.
All bookings are subject to availability at the time of booking and will require a credit card to secure their booking but will be able to cancel up until 48 hours prior to arrival at no charge.
Lumbar sciatalgia in the occupational setting
Professor Peter O'Sullivan, Dr Anu Krishnan
On Saturday 28th August 2021, the ANZSOM WA branch were fortunate enough to enjoy a face to face mini-conference on the iconic WA holiday destination, Rottnest Island. The 40 delegates chose between the option of travelling (via ferry) to the island for a day trip or staying for a night or more at one of the island’s accommodation options.
Miguel had organised and prepared an impressive line-up of local quality speakers and topics. While Danielle (wife) liaised with the Karma Resort and had 40 gourmet cookies personally baked for the conference delegates.
ANZSOM WA extend their gratitude and thanks to the following contributors that prepared presentations for the day: Associate Professor Peter Connaughton, CMO Rio Tinto; Dr Karina Powers, Occupational Health Physician; Pan Pacific Hotelier General Manager Rob Weeden; Dr Max Hills, CMO, Chevron; Danielle Kabilio, Performance and Conflict Management Coach; Dr Joel Silbert, Managing Director OSH Group; Dr Steve Overmeire, Occupational Physician, OSH Group; Dr Andrew Webster, Respiratory and Sleep Medicine Physician; Dr Russell Fayers; Dr Naj Soomro; Dr Nikki Springett; Dr Mike Somers; The ANZSOM office team.
WA 2020 AGM & Dinner
In conjunction with ASM2020 and the AGM, WA Branch held a local conference dinner on Saturday 22 November.