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Occupational and environmental medicine in primary care.
Frazier-LM; Greenberg-G; Cromer-JW; Duke University Division of Occupational and Environmental Medicine
Durham, NC: Duke University Division of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 1992 Jan; :1-632
This work was supported in part by project EPOCH-Envi (Educating Physicians in Occupational health and the Environment). The goal of the project is to develop curricula in occupational and environmental medicine for physicians-in-training, particularly for residents in the primary care specialties of family medicine, general internal medicine, and emergency medicine. EPOCH-Envi is funded, in part, by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, the National Institute for Environmental Healthy Sciences and the Centers for Disease Control. The opinions expressed in this manual are those of the authors and not of the funding agencies. Articles are reproduced with permission of the publisher. The selected references are not intended to privide a comprehensive overview of all important toopics in environmental or occupational medicne. Pleasee refer to the standard textboods listed in the beginning of thid manual, and use other resources for further information.
Environmental-exposure; Risk-analysis; Health-care-personnel; Medical-personnel; HIV; Humans; Men; Women; Disease-transmission; Work-environment; Traumatic-injuries; Psychological-stress; Agricultural-industry; Agricultural-workers; Exposure-levels; Exposure-limits; Metal-compounds; Dioxins; Asbestos-products; Benzenes; Noise; Cancer; Reproduction; Indoor-air-pollution; Hypersensitivity; Hazardous-waste-cleanup; Hazards; Nuclear-properties; Electromagnetic-fields; Environmental-health
Occupational and Environmental Medicine in Primary Care
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Content source: National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Education and Information Division