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October/November 2014 (vol. 11/3)
Part two: the research
Manchester University’s Centre for Occupational and Environmental Health has been collecting occupational health surveillance data for a quarter of a century. In the second of this two-part feature, Melanie Carder and Raymond Agius focus on the research outputs and how these have evolved to provide practical data for practitioners, policymakers and epidemiologists.
PART one of this two-part article described The Health and Occupation Research (THOR) network, and how it has evolved over the past 30 years1. It also highlighted…
Dr Melanie Carder is a research fellow at Manchester University and the THOR project manager. Professor Raymond Agius is professor of occupational and environmental medicine and the director of the Centre for Occupational and Environmental Health at Manchester University.
Author: Carder M, Agius R
Occupational Health at Work October/November 2014 (vol. 11/3) pp34-37