occupational medicine


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occupational medicine

n.
The branch of medicine that deals with the prevention and treatment of diseases and injuries occurring at work or in specific occupations.
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A CONFERENCE on occupational medicine opened at the Royal University for Women (RUW) in Riffa yesterday.
Tenders are invited for Servicing of staff of RHIF - Smolyan from the Occupational Medicine Service (STM) and performing prophylactic medical examinations with two detached positions, as follows: Lot 1: Servicing of the staff of RHIF - Smolyan from Occupational Medicine Service and Separate Item 2: Performing preventive medical examinations of the staff of RHIF - Smolyan
The four pillars of the day included corporate health promotion; airline aviation medicine; occupational medicine and sleep and fatigue management.
2 March 2017 - US-based broker-dealer Deloitte Corporate Finance LLC acted as exclusive financial advisor to Louisiana, US-based urgent care and occupational medicine healthcare provider Millennium Healthcare Management, Inc.
Muscat, Apr 6 (ONA) Majan Health Services (MHS), a company incubated at the National Business Centre (NBC), took part recently in an accredited training of occupational medicine with RSPH, which is approved by faculty of occupational medicine (FOM) in the United Kingdom (UK).
Arbor Occupational Medicine operates four occupational care centres with ancillary physical therapy services in the Front Range region.
com)-- With the addition of Fairlight Medical Center in Williston, North Dakota, Practice Velocity, LLC, now serves the medical software needs of urgent care centers and occupational medicine clinics in 49 states.
The Society of Occupational Medicine is also urging the workforce to cover up as research has found skin cancer in construction workers could be as common as asbestos-related disease.
He will practice in Fallon Clinic's Department of Occupational Medicine in Worcester.
Occupational medicine is an area of preventive medicine in which physicians complete specialized training to assess and treat individuals for health issues related to or affected by work conditions.
Reflecting the trend toward unification of the two fields of occupational medicine (workplace health) and environmental medicine (which looks broadly at air- and water-born health threats), this single-authored reference is intended for physicians--those who intend to specialize in OEM, those shifting to the field in mid-career, and those practicing occupational medicine who want to rethink their practice in broader terms.
Expert working group: Fifteen individuals from the UK with a variety of backgrounds comprised the guideline panel, including occupational medicine, general practice, occupational health nursing, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, rheumatology, and patients and carer representatives.

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