A lesson in raising awareness: Making the Occupational Link (secondary care level)

This lesson, designed more or less specifically for the situation in the UK, raises awareness for the possible occupational causes of illnesses. It stresses, interactively, the most common areas of occupational health problems, and possible sources of additional information. In addition, it teaches which questions should be asked to a person with health complaints to get a quick insight into the relevant details of his/her working history. Furthermore, it teaches in taking the appropriate actions in case of a likely occupational hazard. The lesson is meant for the secondary care level, but can also be used at the primary level (general practitioners) and consists of 18 slides. The slides contain orally presented texts, questions and feedback, and illustrative pictures and movies. Certain links can be clicked on to get an additional explanation. The lesson is given in English only.

NOTE: an additional lesson, also interactive and especially meant for the primary care level, on the same topic and with the same title is provided by the same source. The lesson shows additional cases on video. The direct link to the lesson is given in the Comments block.

Language(s):

English

Original Authors:

D. Cohen (probably; this is not clearly indicated).

Original affiliation, ownership:

Centre for Psychosocial and Disability Research, School of Medicine, Cardiff University.

Year of publication:

2010

Charge for use or free:

Free of charge

Categories:

Target group(s):

Family physicians (GPs), Medical specialists, primary and secondary health care nurses

Usefulness for non-OSH-expert professionals:

Fully useful for non-OSH-expert professionals in health care or other sectors; or in training

Time demand to complete the lesson or course:

1 hour

Comments:

An additional, also interactive lesson from the same source on the same topic and with the same title bur oriented on primary health care can be found following the link:
http://stage.healthyworkinguk.smile-on.com/

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