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Keynote on: Future of occupational epidemiology
  1. J. Siemiatycki
  1. University of Montreal

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    In the l960s and 1970s occupational epidemiology was one of the most fertile and exciting areas of epidemiological research. Over the past 20 years, occupational epidemiology has declined as regards its relative share of the “epidemiological pie”. There are many reasons for this. The changing industrial and occupational structure of developed countries, impelled in part by globalisation and in part by technological advances, has lessened the perceived need …

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