Issues in International Occupational and Environmental Medicine

Lora E. Fleming, MD, MPH, MSc
Jessica Herzstein, MD, MPH
William B. Bunn, MD, JD, MPH

Price: $38.95

This book guides you through the laws, standards, and regulations professionals face in the international marketplace.

Table of Contents List of Contributors Preface Acknowledgments
  1. The History of International Occupation Medicine by Lloyd Tepper
  2. Ethical Issues in International Occupational Health by Kenneth Goodman and Howard Frumpkin
  3. International Occupational and Environmental Legal Issues by William B. Bunn III, Ian Gardner, Ridgeway Hall, Jr., and Thomas Wagner
  4. International Control of Occupational and Environmental Health Hazards by Nicholas A. Ashford
  5. The Organization of Occupational Health in International Settings
  6. The Process and Practice of Communication, Education, and Training by Sheldon Wilfred Samuels
  7. Hazards in the International Setting: General Issues by Barry S. Levy
  8. Occupational Hazards in the International Setting by Mark R. Cullen
  9. Environmental Hazards in the International Setting by Gary R. Krieger
  10. The Export of Hazard: The Mexican Example by Eduardo Palazuelos Redon, Fernando Meneses Gonzales, and Mauricio Hernandez Avila
  11. Special Populations in the International Setting by Ana Maria Osorio
  12. Epidemiological Issues in the International Setting by Wong-Ho Chow, Joseph K. McLaughlin, and William J. Blot
  13. Resources in International Occupational and Environmental Medicine by Mirna Puesan and Jose Acevedo
Index
Publication Date 1997
Format Hardcover, 216 pages
ISBN 978-1-883595-13-4
Product Code 23038
Price: $38.95
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