Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment & Health

Book : Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment & Health

Author : * --

Language : English

Episode : Health-Safety-Environment

Publishing Location : Danimarka

ISSN : 1795-9926

Skin : 1

Period : bimonthly

Published Date : Ocak 2005

Publisher : Finnish Institute of Occupational Health

Language : Turkish

Document Type : Periodical

Book No : 4667


CONTENTS - SJWEH Suppl 2005; no 1
Occupational health services—in need of a new integrated paradigm Vainio H
Basic occupational health services—their structure, content and objectives Rantanen J
Occupational health services as a key element of national occupational safety and health systems Fedotov i A
VVorklife changes challenge the object tormation of occupational health services Launis K, Gerlander E-M
Challenges in occupational safety and health from the global market economy and from demographic change— facts, trends, policy response and actual need tor preventive occupationai health services in Europe Froneberg B
New occupational health service system in Denmark KabelA
From occupational medicineto occupational health—the "new French revolution" Paillereau G
Early identification and brief intervention tor risky drinkers in Finnish occupational health services Kuokkanen M, Heljâlâ L
Health and economic impact of occupational health
Lim MK
Children and other high-risk workers as a special challenge to occupational health services Landrigan PJ, Newman B
Human resource needs of modern occupational health services—the case in Finland Husman K, Husman P
CD-ROM-based training in hazard control Riipinen H, Andersson I-M, Rosen G
Occupational health nurses' contribution to health çare workers' health
Bigaignon-Cantineau J, Gonzalez M, Broessel A/, Denu B, Hamzaoui H, Cantineau A
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58 Contribution of occupational risk îactors to the global burden ot disease—a summary of findings Fingerhut M, Driscoil T, İmel Nelson D, Concha-Barrienîos M, Punnett i, Pruss-Ustin A, Steenland K, Leigh J, Corvaian C
62 Global estimates of traditiona! occupational risks Takala J
88 Needs and priorities in occupationa! safety and health for the enlarged European Union Konkolewsky H-H
72 How can European institutes in occupational safety and heaith respond to future needs? Bieneck H-J, Elsler D, Kuhn K-L
76 The Finnish Institute of Occupationa! Health after 60 years—where to go from here? Valnio H