February/March 2011 (vol. 07/5)
Part 1: the impact of work on sleep
In the first of a two-part feature, consultant sleep physician Dev Banerjee explains the OH implications of sleep.
SOCIETY is changing rapidly and occupational physicians are realising how living in a ‘24-hour society’ impacts on health, particularly the physical, psychological and social domains. But as developments in economic and market globalisation remain unrepentant, managing optimally the adverse effects that work…
Dev Banerjee is consultant sleep physician at the Heartlands BioMedical Research Centre, Birmingham Heartlands Hospital, and senior research fellow at the School of Life and Health Sciences at Aston University, Birmingham.
Author: Banerjee D
Occupational Health at Work February/March 2011 (vol. 07/5) pp15-18