Factors affecting the work of an occupational health nurse.

Abstract

Society, economies, work-life and work are undergoing changes that will have global impact on occupational health services (OHS) and the work of occupational health nurses (OHNs) during the next 5-10 years. These changes will bring new challenges to both occupational health services and representatives of specialist groups within those services. The changes will require new ways of working, work methods, performance monitoring, and evaluation of impacts. These developments will also call for changes in the education of occupational health nurses.

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@article{Rossi2000FactorsAT, title={Factors affecting the work of an occupational health nurse.}, author={Kristen L Rossi and Kimmo Heinonen and Marika Heikkinen}, journal={Occupational medicine}, year={2000}, volume={50 5}, pages={369-72} }