Skin care management: educational aspects

  title={Skin care management: educational aspects},
  author={H. Schwanitz and Ulrike Riehl and T. Schlesinger and M. Bock and C. Skudlik and B. Wulfhorst},
  journal={International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health},
  • H. Schwanitz, Ulrike Riehl, +3 authors B. Wulfhorst
  • Published 2003
  • Medicine
  • International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health
  • Health education is effective in primary, secondary and tertiary prevention of occupational skin disorders, as clearly demonstrated by interventional studies carried out at the University of Osnabrueck. Health education may intervene with (a) habituated behaviour of affected employees and (b) the condition of working environments. In conclusion, prevention of occupational skin diseases and maintenance of health can be achieved by the conditioning of individual behaviour via specific educational… CONTINUE READING
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