Index of articles in Occupational Health

This index of articles in Occupational Health includes all of those published beginning in 2011, grouped under topic headings.

Topics

A
Absence management
Accreditation and quality standards
Ageing and the workforce
Alcohol and drug testing
Armed forces and OH
Auditing OH services

B
Body mapping
Budgets: see Managing OH budgets

C
Cancer in the workplace
Careers, continuing professional development (CPD) and OH education
Confidentiality and record keeping

D
Diseases
Domestic violence

E
Employment law and OH
Epilepsy: see Fits, faints and epilepsy

F
Fit note
Fits, faints and epilepsy
Fit-for-work service

H
Health promotion
Hearing and vision

I
Illness deception
Immunisation and vaccination
Infection control
IT and OH

L
Leadership

M
Managing OH budgets
Manual handling
Mental health and stress
Musculoskeletal disorders

N
Needlestick injury

O
Occupational health delivery
Occupational health in the NHS

P
Patient feedback
Presenteeism
Private healthcare and OH
Professional standards
Public health

R
Report writing
Returning to work through vocational rehabilitation

S
SEQOHS accreditation scheme
Sleep disorders
Society of Occupational Medicine
Stress: see Mental health and stress

T
Travel health

V
Vision: see Hearing and vision

W
Wellbeing
Workplace chaplains

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Absence management

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Accreditation and quality standards

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Ageing and the workforce

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Alcohol and drug testing

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Armed forces and OH

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Auditing OH services

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Body mapping

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Cancer in the workplace

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Careers, continuing professional development (CPD) and OH education

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Confidentiality and record keeping

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Diseases

  • Assessing the risk of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (2013) The risk of contracting the deadly Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease at work is still unknown, but health protection bodies consider the threat serious enough to require a register to monitor exposure. Occupational health practitioners have a key role to play, says Katie Oakley.
  • Survive the norovirus (2013) Everyone has experienced an illness that rips through the workplace like lightening. Occupational Health magazine offers tips for both employers and staff to minimise the risks.

Domestic violence

Employment law and OH

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Fit note

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Fits, faints and epilepsy

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Fit-for-work service

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Health promotion

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Hearing and vision

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Illness deception

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Immunisation and vaccination

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Infection control

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IT and OH

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Leadership

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Managing OH budgets

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Manual handling

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Mental health and stress

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Musculoskeletal disorders

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Needlestick injury

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Occupational health in the NHS

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Occupational health in the NHS

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Patient feedback

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Presenteeism

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Private healthcare and OH

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Professional standards

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Public health

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Report writing

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Returning to work through vocational rehabilitation

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SEQOHS accreditation scheme

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Sleep disorders

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Small companies and OH

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Society of Occupational Medicine

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Travel health

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Wellbeing

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Workplace chaplains

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