Occupational and environmental health recognizing and preventing disease and injury edited by barry s levy david h wegman sherry l baron and rosemary k sokas published by oxford university press new york 6th edition 2011. Occupational and environmental health is the public health and multidisciplinary approach to the recognition diagnosis treatment prevention and control of disease injuries and other adverse health conditions resulting from hazardous environmental exposures in the workplace the home or the community. New chapters on climate change childrens environmental health liver disorders kidney disorders and a global perspective on occupational health and safety expanded coverage of governments role in occupational and environmental health updated approaches for recognizing and preventing disease and injury. Occupational and environmental health is a comprehensive practical textbook for understanding how work and environment influence individual and population health comprising 40 chapters written by national and international experts this book combines theory and practical insights to help readers effectively recognize and prevent occupational . This chapter describes various approaches to recognizing and preventing occupational and environmental disease and injury from primarily a clinical perspective it describes in detail the occupational and environmental health history including what questions to ask and when to ask them it also describes recognizing occupational or environmental disease clusters or outbreaks
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