Art therapy for post-traumatic stress disorder and traumatic brain injury
Many advances in healthcare have happened as a consequence of war; notable examples include in wound management, reconstructive or plastic surgery and in the use of helicopters to transport skilled care to the casualty and to reduce the time to receive definitive care in specialist hospitals. Recent armed conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq have helped to drive further understanding in the clinical management of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and of traumatic brain injury (TBI). However, even though art therapy had its origins in World War II relatively little is known about the true extent of the therapeutic benefits...
Source: Occupational Medicine - October 1, 2019 Category: Respiratory Medicine Source Type: research

Disaster Health Management. A primer for students and practitioners
Edited by FitzgeraldGerry, TarrantMike, AitkenPeter and FredriksenMarie. Published by Routledge, Abingdon, Oxon, 2017. ISBN: 978-1-138-91116-1 (hbk). Price: £120.00 (hb); £44.99 (pb); £22.50 (e-book). 351 pp. (Source: Occupational Medicine)
Source: Occupational Medicine - October 1, 2019 Category: Respiratory Medicine Source Type: research

George Faulkner Wetherbee, The Harvest Moon, 1881
The American artist George Faulkner Wetherbee (1851 –1920) painted this 32 × 51 cm oil on canvasThe Harvest Moon in 1881; it is in the collection of the Laing Art Gallery in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. At first glance the title of the painting appears appropriate, but one important feature conjures up the phrase ‘the words don’t match the picture’. Readers are invited to study the photograph of the painting to identify the incongruity before reading further. What might be apparent at first glance is that the sky has been painted using broken brushstrokes very much in the manner of the impressionists ...
Source: Occupational Medicine - October 1, 2019 Category: Respiratory Medicine Source Type: research

8 MHz Doppler
This hand-held pocket-sized device fitted with an 8 MHz probe is used to assess peripheral vascular pulses (note that lower frequency probes are more suitable for obstetric and deeper vessel studies and are not covered here; however, this should be borne in mind when purchasing an appropriate probe to go with the device). (Source: Occupational Medicine)
Source: Occupational Medicine - October 1, 2019 Category: Respiratory Medicine Source Type: research

Myths of Management – what people get wrong about being the boss
SternStefan and CooperCary. Published by Kogan Page Limited, 2018. ISBN: 978-0-7494-8023-3. Price: £14.99. 236 pp. (Source: Occupational Medicine)
Source: Occupational Medicine - October 1, 2019 Category: Respiratory Medicine Source Type: research

Collaboration to improve health promotion in workplaces
The workplace has long been recognized as an attractive location for health promotion initiatives, having as it does, a relatively ‘captive’ audience and population of ‘hard to reach’ groups who do not frequently attend their GP (this often means working age men). (Source: Occupational Medicine)
Source: Occupational Medicine - October 1, 2019 Category: Respiratory Medicine Source Type: research

Different perspectives on telephone consultations
The use of telephone rather than face-to-face consultations has increased over the last decade including in occupational health (OH). While there is a long history of telephone and other means of healthcare delivery for staff offshore and working in remote locations, for most employees face-to-face consultations were the norm until the 1980s. (Source: Occupational Medicine)
Source: Occupational Medicine - October 1, 2019 Category: Respiratory Medicine Source Type: research

In this issue of Occupational Medicine
Barriers to remaining in or returning to work are complex. Multidimensional interventions and support are necessary for return to work, given the unique interplay between biological, psychological and social factors. This issue provides rich insights into the psychosocial and work environmental supports and control needed for a variety of commonly encountered conditions. (Source: Occupational Medicine)
Source: Occupational Medicine - October 1, 2019 Category: Respiratory Medicine Source Type: research

Occupational Medicine Calendar
2019DateEventContact AddressVenueNovember 2-6APHA Annual Meeting& Expo Sponsor: American Public Health Associationhttps://apha.org/events-and-meetings/apha-calendar/2019/apha-annual-meeting-and-expoPhiladelphia, USANovember 2-612th European Public Health Conferencehttps://ephconference.eu/marseille-2019:-building-bridges-for-solidarity-and-public-%20health-95Marseille, FranceNovember 12Central England Occupational Health Group Annual Conferencehttps://ceohg.org.uk/events/ceohg-conference-2019/Redditch, Worcestershire2020DateEventContact AddressVenueJanuary 28-February 1International Conclave on Occupational Healthhttp:...
Source: Occupational Medicine - October 1, 2019 Category: Respiratory Medicine Source Type: research

Occupational health professionals and 2018 NICE post-traumatic stress disorder guidelines
Many organizations routinely require their staff to deal with traumatic situations which may increase their risk of experiencing mental health disorders such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Such work may increase the risk of employees developing PTSD and other trauma-related mental health problems. Although around 4.5% of the general UK population experience PTSD at any point in time, increased rates have been found in both directly trauma-exposed populations such as military veterans recently deployed in combat roles (up to 17%) [1], ambulance personnel (15 –23%) [2] and those indirectly exposed such as so...
Source: Occupational Medicine - October 1, 2019 Category: Respiratory Medicine Source Type: research

Letter to the Editor
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Source: Occupational Medicine - August 22, 2019 Category: Respiratory Medicine Source Type: research

Introduction to Human Factors and Ergonomics
BridgerR. S.. Published by Taylor& Francis, 4th edition, 2018. ISBN: 9781498795944 (textbook); 9781498796118 (e-book). Price: £77 (book and e-book); £38.50 (e-book). 719 pp. (Source: Occupational Medicine)
Source: Occupational Medicine - August 22, 2019 Category: Respiratory Medicine Source Type: research

Purdue Pegboard Test
This test is designed to assess loss of dexterity against age-related normative data. The Purdue pegboard consists of a rectangular wooden board with two parallel lines of 25 holes each spaced 1  cm apart running up the length of the board with four holders along the top for pegs, washers and collars (see photograph). It was originally designed by Joseph Tiffin from Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, in 1948 to evaluate manual dexterity in prospective candidates for assembly line work [1]. (Source: Occupational Medicine)
Source: Occupational Medicine - August 22, 2019 Category: Respiratory Medicine Source Type: research

How to Become a Space Doctor: Expert Career Insights Into Space Medicine
DiamandisLafina. Published by Eurekadoc Publishing, 2016. Price: £6.99. 375 pp. Available from:https://www.eurekadoc.com/books. (Source: Occupational Medicine)
Source: Occupational Medicine - August 22, 2019 Category: Respiratory Medicine Source Type: research

Wilf Hardy, Neil Armstrong on the Moon, 20th century
This gouache on paper painting by the British artist and illustrator Wilf Hardy (1938 –2016) was featured in the children’s educational magazine Look and Learn. Essentially gouache (or body colour) is opaque watercolour. Both types of paint are made from water-soluble pigments bound in gum Arabic or yellow dextrin; however, white pigment and chalk are added to gouache to make it thicker and opaque. Because gouache produces vibrant, solid and matt colours, it is particularly suited to paintings intended to be reproduced as illustrations and posters. Artists may also paint in mixed media using both watercolours a...
Source: Occupational Medicine - August 22, 2019 Category: Respiratory Medicine Source Type: research

Occupational medicine ’s essential contributions to winning the race to the Moon
‘I believe this nation should commit itself to achieving the goal, before the decade is out, of landing a man on the Moon and returning him safely to earth’. (President John F. Kennedy speaking before a joint session of the United States of American Congress on 25 May 1961) (Source: Occupational Medicine)
Source: Occupational Medicine - August 22, 2019 Category: Respiratory Medicine Source Type: research

Imposter syndrome
It ’s now 6 months since I was appointed as editor ofOccupational Medicine with big shoes to fill. I am still waiting to be caught out because surely I ’m nowhere near grown up or clever enough to be doing this. (Source: Occupational Medicine)
Source: Occupational Medicine - August 22, 2019 Category: Respiratory Medicine Source Type: research

Space —Fit for the final frontier?
Fancy being an astronaut? (Source: Occupational Medicine)
Source: Occupational Medicine - August 22, 2019 Category: Respiratory Medicine Source Type: research

Changes in space medicine over the last 50 years
The first Moon landing was on 21 July 1969. In total, 12 people have walked on the Moon and since 1972 no person has been either on the Moon or in lunar orbit. However, the need for astronauts to partake in space flights has continued alongside the development of space medicine. (Source: Occupational Medicine)
Source: Occupational Medicine - August 22, 2019 Category: Respiratory Medicine Source Type: research

Space Oddity
‘Space Oddity’ tells the story of Major Tom, a fictional astronaut who is launched into space. The song begins with ground control talking to Major Tom who is waiting to launch while a countdown proceeds in the background. Following successful blast off, ground control congratulate Major Tom who has ‘really made the grade’ and then ask him to leave his capsule if he dares. Something goes wrong and Major Tom says goodbye to his wife. Ground control repeatedly ask if Major Tom can hear them and the song finishes after Major Tom sings ‘For here am I floating round my tin can, far above the moon, ...
Source: Occupational Medicine - August 22, 2019 Category: Respiratory Medicine Source Type: research

Occupational Medicine Calendar
2019DateEventContact AddressVenueOctober 6 –8The 2nd International Conference on Mining Occupational Safety and Health - International Commission on Occupational Health. The 13th Indonesian Occupational Medicine Updatehttp://www.icoh-minosh.com/minoshconf.htmlBali, IndonesiaOctober 9-137th Croatian Congress on Occupational Healthhttp://www.7kongres-medicinarada.org/eng-index.phpPula, CroatiaOctober 17Trent Occupational Medicine Symposium 2019http://trentoccupationalmedicine.org.uk/Nottingham, UKOctober 22 –24OHHW - 11th International Joint Conference on Occupational Health for Health WorkersEmail:albert.nienhau...
Source: Occupational Medicine - August 22, 2019 Category: Respiratory Medicine Source Type: research

Abstracts
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Source: Occupational Medicine - August 22, 2019 Category: Respiratory Medicine Source Type: research

Medical considerations for a return to the Moon
The year 2019 marks the 50th anniversary of humans setting foot on the Moon with the Apollo 11 mission. While we celebrate this incredible feat of science, engineering and human endeavour, as physicians, we might also consider the enormous challenges faced in keeping those astronauts alive. Indeed, there are few occupations that pose greater risks to an individual ’s health than that of an astronaut. Today, international attention on the Moon is renewed with a promise to return humans to its surface as early as the mid-2020s. While there has been continued human presence in space since the Apollo lunar missions, this...
Source: Occupational Medicine - August 22, 2019 Category: Respiratory Medicine Source Type: research

In this issue of Occupational Medicine
Apollo 11 launched from Cape Kennedy on 16 July 1969 and, on 20 July, mission commander Neil Armstrong became the first human to walk on the Moon watched by an estimated 650 million people. In this commemorative issue ofOccupational Medicine, Professor Royce Moser, one of the physicians who performed health screening for the Apollo astronauts, writes an editorial describing the race to the Moon and the role of occupational medicine in making it possible [1]. (Source: Occupational Medicine)
Source: Occupational Medicine - August 22, 2019 Category: Respiratory Medicine Source Type: research

Influenza and vaccination: beliefs and practices of local authority staff
ConclusionsWorkers outside healthcare settings do not feel vulnerable to influenza and have low motivation to vaccinate, unless they have previous experience of infection or an underlying health condition. Vaccination programmes must proactively address workers ’ beliefs and motivations to ensure their participation in flu vaccination programmes. (Source: Occupational Medicine)
Source: Occupational Medicine - August 17, 2019 Category: Respiratory Medicine Source Type: research

Return to work after kidney transplant: a systematic review
ConclusionReturn to work after kidney transplant is a dynamic process influenced by numerous factors. It is vital to implement multidimensional interventions focused on rehabilitation and influencing modifiable factors to improve return to work after kidney transplant. This systematic review updates knowledge in the field of transplant and of disability management. (Source: Occupational Medicine)
Source: Occupational Medicine - August 9, 2019 Category: Respiratory Medicine Source Type: research

Patient-centred care in an occupational medicine clinic
ConclusionsThis study demonstrated that PCC can be measured in an occupational health setting. In an ambulatory tertiary care occupational health clinic there was a high degree of patient centredness of care which may be explained by a variety of factors. Future research should consider whether similar findings exist in other occupational medicine practice settings. (Source: Occupational Medicine)
Source: Occupational Medicine - August 9, 2019 Category: Respiratory Medicine Source Type: research

Factors associated with work status in chronic fatigue syndrome
ConclusionsMany patients with CFS were not working. This was exacerbated by high levels of depressive symptoms. Health professionals should assess co-morbid mental health conditions and consider treatment options when patients with CFS present themselves. The early involvement of occupational health practitioners is recommended to maximize the chances of maintaining employment. (Source: Occupational Medicine)
Source: Occupational Medicine - August 3, 2019 Category: Respiratory Medicine Source Type: research

UK safety-engineered device use: changes since the 2013 sharps regulations
AbstractBackgroundThe 2013 UK sharps safety regulations require healthcare facilities to use safety-engineered devices (SEDs) to protect staff. The recent increase in UK-reported occupational exposures could indicate increased reporting or increased exposures from suboptimal SED use.AimsTo ascertain SED use through examination of sharps container contents in a sample of UK hospitals.MethodsReusable sharps containers (RSCs) were selected from seven UK hospitals in 2013 and seven different hospitals in 2016. At licensed processing facilities, the operator, wearing protective apparel, decanted RSCs, separated hollow-bore need...
Source: Occupational Medicine - August 3, 2019 Category: Respiratory Medicine Source Type: research

Cancer incidence in UK electricity generation and transmission workers, 1973 –2015
ConclusionsA clear occupational excess of mesothelioma was not matched by a corresponding excess of asbestos-induced lung cancer. Confident interpretation of the excesses of cancers of the nasal cavities and small intestine is not possible, although occupational exposures received in this industry may well not be involved. An excess of skin cancer in transmission workers may be associated with outdoor working. (Source: Occupational Medicine)
Source: Occupational Medicine - August 3, 2019 Category: Respiratory Medicine Source Type: research

Workers ’ recovery from concussions presenting to the emergency department
ConclusionWork-related concussions are infrequent; however, most workers who sustain a concussion will miss work, and many return while still experiencing symptoms. Work-related concussion and days of missed work are mainly affected by non-modifiable factors. Workers, employers and the workers ’ compensation system should take necessary precautions to ensure that workers return to work safely and successfully following a concussion. (Source: Occupational Medicine)
Source: Occupational Medicine - July 24, 2019 Category: Respiratory Medicine Source Type: research

Occupational asthma; the limited role of air-fed respiratory protective equipment
AbstractBackgroundEvidence-based reviews have found that evidence for the efficacy of respiratory protective equipment (RPE) in the management of occupational asthma (OA) is lacking.AimsTo quantify the effectiveness of air-fed RPE in workers with sensitizer-induced OA exposed to metal-working fluid aerosols in a car engine and transmission manufacturing facility.MethodsAll workers from an outbreak of metal-working fluid-induced OA who had continuing peak expiratory flow (PEF) evidence of sensitizer-induced OA after steam cleaning and replacement of all metal-working fluid were included. Workers kept 2-hourly PEF measuremen...
Source: Occupational Medicine - July 3, 2019 Category: Respiratory Medicine Source Type: research

Excessive daytime sleepiness and alcohol consumption among commercial drivers
AbstractBackgroundCommercial drivers suffering from excessive daytime sleepiness (EDS) have been identified as a major cause of road traffic accidents. Alcohol usage directly affects sleep, adversely affecting next-day alertness and performance.AimsTo examine the relationship between alcohol consumption and EDS among commercial truck drivers in Japan and the implications of this on public health.MethodsAll participants in this cross-sectional study were commercial motor vehicle drivers from Tokyo and Niigata Prefecture. Participants completed a self-administered questionnaire with details of their age, body mass index, alc...
Source: Occupational Medicine - July 2, 2019 Category: Respiratory Medicine Source Type: research

A screening questionnaire for occupational and hobby exposures during pregnancy
AbstractBackgroundOccupational and environmental exposures during the prenatal period may be associated with adverse pregnancy outcomes and lifelong health effects. Yet, identification and evaluation of these potential hazards is lacking in routine obstetric care.AimsTo assess the feasibility of incorporating a self-administered occupational and environmental exposure questionnaire into obstetric clinics.MethodsA cross-sectional survey assessed prenatal clinic patients at a public hospital who were currently employed and
Source: Occupational Medicine - June 27, 2019 Category: Respiratory Medicine Source Type: research

Knowledge, attitudes and behaviour towards needlestick injuries among junior doctors
AbstractBackgroundNeedlestick injuries (NSIs) are common healthcare-related injuries and possible consequences include blood-borne infections. Despite that, a large proportion of NSIs are not reported.AimsTo estimate the prevalence of under-reporting of NSIs and to evaluate the knowledge, attitude and behaviour towards NSIs among junior doctors in a tertiary hospital in Singapore.MethodsAn explanatory sequential mixed-methods design was employed. Quantitative data were collected through questionnaires completed by 99 junior doctors. Descriptive statistics and bivariate analysis were performed to evaluate socio-demographic ...
Source: Occupational Medicine - June 27, 2019 Category: Respiratory Medicine Source Type: research

How do office workers respond to media coverage of sitting?
ConclusionsResearchers, press officers and journalists should emphasise the ways in which participants in research studies represent the broader population of office workers, and offer greater transparency in reporting study methods, when reporting scientific advances in sedentary behaviour. (Source: Occupational Medicine)
Source: Occupational Medicine - June 19, 2019 Category: Respiratory Medicine Source Type: research

Job strain and retirement decisions in UK general practice
ConclusionsThe combination of increasing demands with reduced autonomy puts practitioners under intense strain, diminishing the satisfaction they derive from their work and affecting retirement decisions. The Job Demands-Control-Support (JDCS) model is an empirically tested model that could be used to inform improved work design in general practice. (Source: Occupational Medicine)
Source: Occupational Medicine - June 17, 2019 Category: Respiratory Medicine Source Type: research

Contribution of work ability and core self-evaluations to worker health
ConclusionsThese exploratory findings suggest that WA and CSE might be useful in the identification of workers at risk of poor psychological well-being and work effectiveness in UK manufacturing. Longitudinal sector-representative studies are required to establish the constructs ’ predictive power. (Source: Occupational Medicine)
Source: Occupational Medicine - June 17, 2019 Category: Respiratory Medicine Source Type: research

Poor work ability increases sickness absence over 10 years
ConclusionsSelf-reported physical and mental poor work ability are associated with long-term sickness absence during the subsequent 10 years. The risk increases with age. (Source: Occupational Medicine)
Source: Occupational Medicine - June 13, 2019 Category: Respiratory Medicine Source Type: research

Depression and change in occupational functioning in type 2 diabetes
AbstractBackgroundThe effect of depression on both employment and productivity in type 2 diabetes (T2D) is poorly understood.AimsWe tested whether depressive symptoms at diagnosis of T2D are associated with change in employment status and productivity over 2-year follow-up.MethodsIn a prospective analysis of working-age (18 –63 years) people with newly diagnosed T2D recruited from primary care, we tested the association between depressive symptoms at diagnosis of T2D (baseline) and employment rates over 2 years. Using the Patient Health Questionnaire-9, depressive symptoms were measured categorically (depression case...
Source: Occupational Medicine - May 14, 2019 Category: Respiratory Medicine Source Type: research

Occupational Medicine Calendar
2018DateEventContact AddressVenueSeptember 12 –13Employability in the 21st Century - 2nd International Conference on Sustainable Employabilityhttp://www.employability21.comLeuven, BelgiumSeptember 23 –25OEMAC 36th Annual Scientific Conferencehttp://oemac.org/annual-conference/ 2018-calgary/Calgary, AlbertaOctober 4 –6EUMASS Congress 2018 Maastrichthttps://www.eumass-congress.euMaastricht, The NetherlandsOctober 7 –10ANZSOM Annual Scientific Meeting 2018http://www.anzsom.org.au/annual-scientific-meeting/asm-2018Melbourne, AustraliaOctober 11Trent Occupational Medicine Symposium 2018http://www.trentoc...
Source: Occupational Medicine - June 20, 2018 Category: Respiratory Medicine Source Type: research

Fifty years ago: Assessment of the ability to work of the ‘Unfit’
In the Apothecaries ’ Lecture given before this Society on 25 March last year, Doctor Lloyd Davies said: ‘For every spell of sickness for which benefit is paid due to prescribed industrial diseases, there are three hundred spells from nonindustrial disease. The patient’s general practitioner is responsible for de termining fitness for work after an illness. No one would challenge this. Equally the majority of patients return to work successfully. There remains, however, a burden of distress where selected patients would be helped by skilled advice, not about their illness, but about how their work is affe...
Source: Occupational Medicine - June 20, 2018 Category: Respiratory Medicine Source Type: research

Why doctors need to be careful with social media
The term social media describes web-based applications that enable users to create and share content or to participate in social networking [1]. The term includes ‘blogs’ such as Twitter, internet forums such as those onwww.doctors.net, content communities such as YouTube and social networking sites such as Facebook and LinkedIn. (Source: Occupational Medicine)
Source: Occupational Medicine - June 20, 2018 Category: Respiratory Medicine Source Type: research

Strobridge Lithographing Co. Ivory ® soap advertisement, c.1884
It is no coincidence that this lithograph produced by the Strobridge Lithographing Company resembles Thomas Anshutz ’s paintingThe Ironworkers Noontime described in this journal [1]. Calling this lithograph art is justified by the phrase ‘good artists copy, great artists steal’ often attributed to Picasso – and the concept that advertising is an art form, which nurtures interest in new movements among huge audiences [2]. Lithography was invented after engraving and differed in two respects —it produced images from smooth surfaces and it permitted mass production of coloured images. Traditional...
Source: Occupational Medicine - June 20, 2018 Category: Respiratory Medicine Source Type: research

In this issue of Occupational Medicine
The International Commission on Occupational Health (ICOH) was founded in 1906 and today has 2000 members from 93 different countries. ICOH has 37 scientific committees of which the Scientific Committee on Epidemiology in Occupational Health (EPICOH) promotes communication between epidemiologists, industrial hygienists, toxicologists, exposure analysts and other occupational health scientists worldwide. The theme for EPICOH ’s 2017 International Conference on Epidemiology in Occupational Health in Edinburgh, Scotland, in August 2017, was ‘eliminating occupational disease: translating research into action’...
Source: Occupational Medicine - June 20, 2018 Category: Respiratory Medicine Source Type: research

A Definitive Guide to Behavioural Safety
Tim Marsh. Published by Routledge, Taylor& Francis Group, London and New York, 2017. ISBN: 978-1-138-64747-3. Price: £22.49 (paperback). 144 pp. (Source: Occupational Medicine)
Source: Occupational Medicine - June 20, 2018 Category: Respiratory Medicine Source Type: research

Arts, Crafts and Traditional Industries (Book 3)
Asim K. Dasgupta. Published by AuthorHouse UK Ltd, Bloomington, IN, 3rd edition, June 2017. ISBN: 978-1-5246-7907-(Sc), ISBN: 978-15246-7908-8(e). Price: £20.99. 70 pp. (Source: Occupational Medicine)
Source: Occupational Medicine - June 20, 2018 Category: Respiratory Medicine Source Type: research

Occupational Medicine Calendar
2018DateEventContact AddressVenueSeptember 12 –13Employability in the 21st Century - 2nd International Conference on Sustainable Employabilityhttp://www.employability21.comLeuven, BelgiumSeptember 23 –25OEMAC 36th Annual ScientificConferencehttp://oemac.org/annual-conference/ 2018-calgary/Calgary, AlbertaOctober 7 –10ANZSOM Annual Scientific Meeting 2018http://www.anzsom.org.au/annual-scientific-meeting/asm-2018Melbourne, AustraliaOctober 11Trent Occupational Medicine Symposium 2018http://www.trentoccupationalmedicine.org.ukNottingham, UK2019DateEventContact AddressVenueApril 28 – May 1Annual Americ...
Source: Occupational Medicine - May 23, 2018 Category: Respiratory Medicine Source Type: research

Society of Occupational Medicine Golden Jubilee Travelling Fellowship 2017
Thanks to the SOM Golden Jubilee Travelling Fellowship I was able to attend an advanced education course on physical activity in the workplace held in Reykjavik in October 2017. It was organized by NIVA, an organization founded in 1982 in Helsinki and allied with the Finnish Institute for Occupational Health (FIOH). NIVA has been an active player in the field of occupational health and safety education for 35 years and is now the only institute in Europe that focuses solely on an international and advanced level of occupational education. Course participants largely come from the Nordic countries (75%). (Source: Occupational Medicine)
Source: Occupational Medicine - May 23, 2018 Category: Respiratory Medicine Source Type: research

Fifty years ago: The shopworker
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Source: Occupational Medicine - May 23, 2018 Category: Respiratory Medicine Source Type: research