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Helping Cancer Survivors Return to Work: What Providers Tell Us About the Challenges in Assisting Cancer Patients with Work Questions
TLDR
It is appropriate to recommend that formal training for providers is necessary to develop a better knowledge base about the impacts of cancer and its treatment on work ability, sustainability and return to work that would help providers to offer more tailored advice to patients, consistently. Expand
Cardiorespiratory fitness selection standard and occupational outcomes in trainee firefighters.
TLDR
Removal of a cardiorespiratory fitness standard was associated with adverse health and employment outcomes and multiple regression analyses suggest that eliminating the 42 ml O(2)/kg/min cardiorespiratory standard at recruitment for full-time firefighters wasassociated with an 8% increase in subsequent injuries reported during training. Expand
Return to Work After Cancer in the UK: Attitudes and Experiences of Line Managers
TLDR
The results of this study suggest that employers/line-managers need to be provided with training, support, and resources to help them facilitate employment and job retention of employees diagnosed with cancer. Expand
Idiopathic central serous chorioretinopathy--a physical complication of stress?
  • P. Wynn
  • Medicine
  • Occupational medicine
  • 1 March 2001
TLDR
A case of idiopathic central serous chorioretinopathy (ICSC), an uncommon but potentially sight-threatening condition, which is widely accepted amongst ophthalmologists to be stress related, is outlined. Expand
Undergraduate occupational medicine tuition in UK schools of medicine.
TLDR
A comparison of results from this survey, with previous surveys, of teaching of OM to undergraduates in the UK showed that fewer schools now provide lectures, project work or ward-based tuition in this subject, than previously. Expand
Cancer survivorship and return to work: UK occupational physician experience.
TLDR
This survey raises several possible significant barriers to return to work by cancer survivors, and recommendations to ameliorate these are made. Expand
Teaching of occupational medicine to undergraduates in UK schools of medicine
TLDR
To assess any recent change in the commitment to teaching of occupational medicine in UK undergraduate medical curricula, an apples-to- apples comparison of curricula from the 1980s and 1990s is suggested. Expand
Employment and the common cancers: overview.
  • P. Wynn
  • Medicine
  • Occupational medicine
  • 1 September 2009
TLDR
It is established that appropriate occupational health management and support for workers with 'common' cancers do present some relatively specific challenges to OPs and employers in achieving the most appropriate employment outcome for employees developing these conditions. Expand
Teaching of occupational medicine to undergraduates in UK schools of medicine.
TLDR
A comparison of results from this survey with previous surveys of teaching of occupational medicine to undergraduates in the UK shows that fewer schools now provide lectures, project work or ward-based tuition in the subject. Expand
The reliability of personal alcohol consumption estimates in a working population.
  • P. Wynn
  • Medicine
  • Occupational medicine
  • 1 July 2000
TLDR
This study compares the most valid retrospective interview based estimate of consumption, the time line follow-back (TLFB), with a prospective daily diary (DD) method in a working population and found the DD method was acceptable and produced significantly higher estimates of consumption. Expand
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