Occupational health nursing.
Tulane University 1979 Jan; :1-190
This publication documents on occupation health nurse continuing education program supported by a NIOSH grant. Job attributes and required background associated with occupational health nursing are discussed. The role of the occupational nurse in emphasizing health surveillance is examined. The occupational health nurse's role in industrial toxicology is considered in relation to a variety of potential hazards involving such chemicals as arsenic (7440382), chloroform (67663), and lead (7439921). Specific job activities of an occupational nurse are considered, such as interviewing, physical examination and rehabilitation. Six appendices provide information on occupational health nursing/continuing education forms, a guide for history taking and physical examination, and a form for toxicology data.
NIOSH-Grant; Medical-personnel; Occupational-health-nursing; Industrial-health-programs; Health-care-facilities; Medical-care
7440-38-2; 67-66-3; 7439-92-1
Final Grant Report
NTIS Accession No.
Tulane University, New Orleans Louisiana
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