Annemarie Money

Learn More
BACKGROUND Work-related skin and respiratory disease still constitute an important part of the work-related ill-health (WRIH) burden of Great Britain (GB). It is therefore important to be able to accurately quantify the true incidence of these two groups of disease. AIMS To improve the accuracy of the methodology to estimate clinical specialist incidence(More)
BACKGROUND Noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) from prolonged occupational exposure to noise continues to rank among the top worldwide work-related ill-health problems. AIMS To provide an overview of incident cases based on work-related audiological ill-health data collected over a 9-year period from occupational physicians (OPs), audiological physicians(More)
In the absence of personal exposure measurements, expert assessment, generally on a case-by-case basis, is often used to estimate exposures. However, the decision processes of individual experts when making assessments are unknown, making it difficult to assess the quality of these assessments or to compare different assessments to each other. We conducted(More)
You may reuse this information (not including logos) free of charge in any format or medium, under the terms of the Open Government Licence. To view the licence visit Some images and illustrations may not be owned by the Crown so cannot be reproduced without permission of the copyright owner. Enquiries should be sent to The impact of work on health is of(More)
BACKGROUND Decision-making processes used by experts when undertaking occupational exposure assessment are relatively unknown, but it is often assumed that there is a common underlying method that experts employ. However, differences in training and experience of assessors make it unlikely that one general method for expert assessment would exist.(More)
BACKGROUND In 2010, the fit note replaced the sick note to help focus on what people are capable of doing, rather than signing patients 'off sick'. AIMS To compare proportions of work-related ill-health issued with sickness certification pre- and post-fit note introduction and assess sickness absence trends. METHODS General practitioners (GPs) report(More)
BACKGROUND A number of data sources help inform policy decisions regarding the risk of work-related ill-health. AIMS To compare self-reported and medically reported data from multiple sources and discuss their benefits and limitations in providing estimates of work-related ill-health incidence in Great Britain. METHODS Sources included The Health &(More)
  • 1