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October/November 2015 (vol. 12/3)

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Wellbeing at work, Part 1

Part 1: whose line is it anyway?

Summary:

‘Wellbeing’ is a commonly used word when workplace health is on the corporate agenda. Occupational physician Steve Boorman considers if the word has any value for OH practice and if so whether or not practitioners are equipped to embrace it.

A simple trawl of recent job advertisements confirms the growing trend for occupational health (OH) roles to be rebranded under titles such as ‘workplace wellbeing managers’. And as the National Health Service (NHS) struggles to find the resources to cope with the ever-increasing demands created by …

Dr Steve Boorman is a consultant occupational physician.

Author: Boorman S

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Occupational Health at Work October/November 2015 (vol. 12/3) pp11

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