What's in a name? Revisited: terms used to describe activities related to the health and safety of agricultural-associated populations and consumer.
Donham-KJ; Wheat-JR; Simpson-W Jr.; James-P
J Agromed 2005 Jan; 10(1):5-11
The fundamental role of an academic journal is to facilitate a dialogue among scholars to advance the knowledge and art of practice related to the journal's subject, and consequently, to raise the human condition. As the Journal of Agromedicine begins to chart a course under new management and to enlarge the numbers of contributing scholars and sustaining subscribers, the editor has discovered a variety of concepts, historical developments, and terms used by scholars and practitioners in pursuit of health and safety of agriculture-associated populations and consumers. Each of these concepts, developments, and terms reflect the interests of different scholars and practitioners, who represent a surprisingly broad set of disciplines committed to this large endeavor.
Agriculture; Families; Farmers; Health-care; Health-care-facilities; Health-care-personnel; Health-hazards; Health-programs; Health-services; Health-standards; Safety-climate; Safety-education; Safety-measures; Safety-personnel; Safety-practices; Safety-programs; Education; Occupational-exposure; Occupational-hazards; Occupational-health; Occupations; Injuries; Work-analysis; Work-environment; Work-intervals; Work-operations; Work-practices; Worker-health; Workers
K. J. Donham, Department of Occupational and Environmental Health, University of Iowa College of Public Health, Iowa City, IA 52242
Agriculture; Cooperative Agreement
Journal of Agromedicine
University of Kentucky