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The branch of medicine dealing with the prevention and treatment of job-related injuries and illnesses.
- ‘She is board certified in internal medicine and occupational medicine.’
- ‘Health professionals knowledgeable in the field of occupational medicine can be found through various professional organizations and other associations.’
- ‘Early in the century occupational medicine and private workmen's compensation ensured that the problem would remain in the work place.’
- ‘Because serial measurements can be made with no harmful effects, it is possible that this tool could be useful in occupational medicine.’
- ‘Two groups, members of a task force on MCS Syndrome and occupational medicine residents, had considerable familiarity with MCS Syndrome.’
- ‘The family physician who provides occupational medicine services must maintain continuous vigilance for signs of prevention failure.’
- ‘He also completed a fellowship in occupational medicine at Johns Hopkins University Hospital and School of Public Health, Baltimore.’
- ‘After 11 years of internal medicine and cardiology, he opted for a career in occupational medicine.’
- ‘Future titles will include office emergencies and occupational medicine.’
- ‘His career path was focused on becoming a general practitioner with a specialisation in occupational medicine.’
- ‘This multiskilled, cross-disciplinary approach largely emanates from the field of occupational medicine and health.’
- ‘He is an occupational medicine specialist physician who has researched the condition.’
- ‘His career in public health and occupational medicine gave him the chance to work with people in some of the more disadvantaged parts of the world.’
- ‘Opting for a career in occupational medicine after demobilisation, he joined London Transport in 1948, becoming chief medical officer in 1969.’
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