NYC FEM Chapter Meeting - January 17

Understanding the Psychological Implications of Business Travel to Keep Mobile Employees Happy and Healthy!
NYC FEM Chapter Meeting - January 17

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Happy New Year!  Living Abroad & KPMG are excited to announce our next NYC FEM Chapter meeting on Thursday, January 17.

Understanding the Psychological Implications of Business Travel to Keep Mobile Employees Happy and Healthy!


Thursday, January 17


5:30 p.m. Registration

6:00 p.m. Program

7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Networking 



345 Park Avenue, 37th Floor (with a spectacular view!)         

Speaker:  Robert L. Quigley, M.D., D.Phil., Senior Vice President and Regional Medical Director, Americas Region, International SOS Assistance, Inc., and MedAire

Overview: Duty of Care is one of the most important responsibilities for any company.  What can you do to support global business travelers and assignees?   

Learn how to:  

-Make adjustments and recommendations to global business travelers and assignees.

-Develop awareness in employees about the psychological implications of business travel to mitigate risks.

-Increase the safety, health, security, and well-being of business travelers and assignees by understanding the psychological implications of business travel and relocation.

Dr. Quigley is responsible for leading the delivery of high quality medical assistance healthcare management and medical transportation services.

 Prior to joining International SOS, Dr. Quigley was a board-certified cardiovascular and thoracic surgeon who directed two open heart programs within the Jefferson Health System in Philadelphia, where he was a professor of surgery at Jefferson Medical College. He is also board certified in general surgery and critical care.  

Dr. Quigley has authored more than 100 clinical and basic science articles in peer-reviewed journals and has been an invited guest lecturer globally throughout his career. After 25 years in the clinical arena where he pioneered multiple surgical procedures/techniques, he worked as a healthcare consultant, Key Opinion Leader (KOL), offering medical expertise in the medical device and infectious disease areas.

Most recently, Dr. Quigley has been appointed to the Circulatory System Devices Panel and the Medical Devices Advisory Committee at the Center for Devices and Radiological Health for the FDA.   Dr. Quigley will share best practices and successful stories during his presentation. 


As in all of our networking events, our New York meetings are free to all in-house Global Mobility professionals and Professional Association personnel.  Service providers who are paid members of the FEM can attend for $150.

To register for January 17, click here!

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