Medical Examinations Preceding Employment And/or Private Insurance: A Proposal for European Guidelines
The focus of this report is on health assessments taking place prior to the conclusion of an employment or insurance contract. It begins with a brief survey of the development of standards, both national and international. It covers medical examinations in general as well as examinations prior to employment and to private insurance. The final section addresses the question of European guidelines and identifies a number of principles which could serve as an appropriate framework at a European level.
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