Health Medicine Medical Specialties Occupational Medicine
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Medical specialty concerned with the promotion and maintenance of the physical and mental health of employees in occupational settings. A subspeciality of Preventive Medicine. Also known as Industrial Medicine. National Library of Medicine - Medical Subject Headings - 2000 MeSH

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American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine
Professional organization representing US occupational physicians. Aims to promote and protect the health of workers through preventive services, clinical care, research, and educational programs.
Dr. McKay, University of Cincinnati
Primarily a commercial site, with some useful supportive educational material. Offers courses on lung function testing, respiratory protection and fit testing workshop, plus consultancy services.
Duke Occupational and Environmental Medicine
A comprehensive resource for occupational and environmental medicine. Links to other resources, including MSDS, legislation and external sites from around the world.
Faculty of Occupational Medicine
Body which sets standards and certifies Occupational Medicine training in UK.
NYS Occupational Health Clinic Network
Eight community-based clinics offering diagnostic and prevention services for work-related illnesses. New York.
Occupational Dermatology Research and Education Centre (ODREC)
Prevention, education, training, research of occupational skin diseases/rashes related to work. Diagnosis, investigation, patch testing, treatment. Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
Pratt Medical Center
Multidisciplinary group practice, based in Fredericksburg, Virginia.
The Society of Occupational Medicine
Society for doctors providing occupational health services in the workplace, the armed services and academic institutions in the UK.

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