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October/November 2012 (vol. 09/3)

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Reasons to be cheerful

Summary:

Occupational health outperforms most medical specialties in terms of practitioners’ quality of working life. Is this the key message to encouraging new entrants to the discipline?

ACCORDING to a report by NHS Plus1: ‘There is an urgent need to address recruitment and retention concerns in occupational health,’ (see this issue p.4). So what should be done? The report calls for OH to be included in basic training .…

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

Author: Ballard J

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Occupational Health at Work October/November 2012 (vol. 09/3) pp3

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