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February/March 2008 (vol. 04/5)

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Improving the health of Britain’s workforce

An interview with the national director for health and work

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Eighteen months after her appointment as Britain’s first national director for health and work Professor Dame Carol Black talks to Occupational Health [at Work] about her experience, expectations and ambitions.

PROFESSOR Dame Carol Black is the first national director for health and work. She arrived in her new role in August 2006 with a job description to spearhead initiatives to promote and improve health at work and to ensure that people with ill-health conditions are supported to enter, return to, and remain in work. Most recently, she coordinated the first...

John Ballard is editor of Occupational Health [at Work].

Author: Ballard J

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Occupational Health at Work February/March 2008 (vol. 04/5) pp27-30

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