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December/January 2015/2016 (vol. 12/4)
Part 2: professional training and organisational requirements
In the second of his series on wellbeing, occupational physician Steve Boorman considers what organisations and the professions need to do to address the wider remit of occupational health in the modern workplace.
IN the first part of this series I highlighted the growing appetite for occupational health (OH) to be regarded synonymously – yet not necessarily correctly so – with wellbeing; driving a search for more practitioners to deliver an increasingly diverse range of products and services targeting improved worker contentment. This may be no bad thing if it raises awareness of the …
Dr Steve Boorman is a consultant occupational physician and is the author of the NHS health and wellbeing review.
Author: Boorman S
Occupational Health at Work December/January 2015/2016 (vol. 12/4) pp24-26