Occupational and Environmental Medicine is an international peer reviewed journal covering current developments in occupational and environmental health worldwide. Occupational and Environmental Medicine publishes high-quality research relating to the full range of chemical, physical, ergonomic, biological and psychosocial hazards in the workplace and to environmental contaminants and their health effects. The journal welcomes research aimed at improving the evidence-based practice of occupational and environmental research; including the development and application of novel biological and statistical techniques in addition to evaluation of interventions in controlling occupational and environmental risks.
Occupational and Environmental Medicine is adopted as the official journal of the Faculty of Occupational Medicine of the Royal College of Physicians of London.
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Poor health as a potential risk factor for job loss due to automation: the case of Norway (13 October, 2017)
Challenges to improving occupational health in China (12 October, 2017)
NIPSA: a new scale for measuring non-illness predictors of sickness absence (4 October, 2017)
Estimation of the global burden of mesothelioma deaths from incomplete national mortality data (2 September, 2017)
Work-related risk factors for specific shoulder disorders: a systematic review and meta-analysis (29 July, 2017)
Quantitative estimated exposure to vinyl chloride and risk of angiosarcoma of the liver and hepatocellular cancer in the US industry-wide vinyl chloride cohort: mortality update through 2013 (10 May, 2017)
Non-occupational physical activity levels of shift workers compared with non-shift workers (21 November, 2016)