Occupational Health for Health Care Workers: A Practical Guide
This guide gives practical advice to those dealing with occupational health issues in this field. It is largely written for occupational health practitioners such as occupational physicians, nurses, and safety engineers. It may also be useful to health and safety advisors, health care administrators, managers and to medical students. The book covers occupational risks to health care and dental staff in contact with patients, and to those in supporting roles, such as laboratory personnel. Its 46 chapters deal with a wide range of biological, chemical, physical and psychosocial hazards. Each chapter provides an up-to-date overview of risk assessment and describes pathways in problem solving and risk management.
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