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August/September 2010 (vol. 07/2)
Part 2: how information technology is helping OH professionals do their job
In the second of a two-part series investigating the use of management information systems in occupational health practice, Paul Suff looks at how OH professionals are using the software.
INFORMATION technology promises to free users from endless piles of paper. Few occupational health departments have yet to reach the holy grail of the paper-less office, but many are benefiting from the introduction of computer-based OH systems. Part 1 of this series (OH at Work 2010; 7(1): 12–16) highlighted some of the benefits, particularly, in these cash- strapped times…
Paul Suff is contributing editor of Occupational Health [at Work].
Author: Suff P
Occupational Health at Work August/September 2010 (vol. 07/2) pp28-31