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


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


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

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