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June/July 2011 (vol. 08/1)

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Orchestrating the health and wellbeing of doctors

Occupational health should be leader and conductor

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John Harrison believes that occupational health services should take the lead in ensuring that doctors receive appropriate healthcare support at work, as part of the delivery of the health and wellbeing agenda. Factors such as working patterns and professional relationships must be addressed in addition to the underlying illness.   

THE health and wellbeing of NHS staff is high on the government’s agenda. The influential….

Professor John Harrison is clinical director, organisational health and wellbeing, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, and professor (associate) of clinical organisational development at Brunel University

Author: Harrison J

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Occupational Health at Work June/July 2011 (vol. 08/1) pp14-17

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