Group occupational health service in a developing country.

@article{Glanville1970GroupOH,
  title={Group occupational health service in a developing country.},
  author={H de Glanville},
  journal={British medical journal},
  year={1970},
  volume={4 5734},
  pages={548-50}
}
In 1967 an experimental group occupational health service was set up in Dar es Salaam to provide direct service to industrial firms. Larger companies were visited by a doctor, smaller firms in rotation by auxiliaries. After three years 65 companies had joined with over 15,000 employees, and workers were attending the group dispensaries at a rate of over 250… CONTINUE READING