Occupational Health Nursing and the Quest for Professional Authority

@article{Draper2011OccupationalHN,
  title={Occupational Health Nursing and the Quest for Professional Authority},
  author={Elaine Alma Draper and Joseph LaDou and Dan J. Tennenhouse},
  journal={NEW SOLUTIONS: A Journal of Environmental and Occupational Health Policy},
  year={2011},
  volume={21},
  pages={57 - 88}
}
Occupational health nurses provide most of the in-plant health care services in U.S. industry but have dubious credentials to provide care for many of the injuries and illnesses they encounter. The nurses work directly for the employer in an atmosphere designed to control employer costs and employee benefits. Their loyalty to the company and limited autonomy make it unlikely that they will represent the workers' interests. They generally embrace any expansion of their roles within the company… 
A Response to Draper et al., “Occupational Health Nursing and the Quest for Professional Authority”
TLDR
The authors argue vigorously for unnamed reforms to address their perceived problem with occupational health nursing and the “overreaching” of OHN skills and training.
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Perawat sebagai bagian dari tenaga kesehatan profesional memiliki peran sebagai pemberi asuhan,pendidik, advokat klien, konselor, agen pengubah, pemimpin, manajer, manajer kasus, serta peneliti dan

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