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Publications: Faculty of Occupational Medicine

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Faculty of Occupational Medicine Annual Report 2020-2021

Published: 10 December, 2021
Category: Reviews and Reports
Topic: Annual Report
Author: Faculty of Occupational Medicine

View the Faculty of Occupational Medicine Annual Report 2020-2021

Position Statement: Healthcare Workers and COVID-19 Vaccination

Published: 22 April, 2021
Category:
Topic: Policy and Advocacy
Author: Faculty of Occupational Medicine, National Immunisation Advisory Committee

A position statement on Healthcare Workers and COVID-19 Vaccination from the National Immunisation Advisory Committee and Faculty of Occupational Medicine

Model of Care for the delivery of Occupational Medicine services in Ireland

Published: 1 August, 2019
Category: Model of care, Reviews and Reports
Topic: Occupational Medicine
Author: Faculty of Occupational Medicine

Model of Care for the delivery of Occupational Medicine services in Ireland

The Health and Occupation Report for Ireland

Published: 1 August, 2008
Category: Reviews and Reports
Topic: Occupational Medicine
Author: Faculty of Occupational Medicine

This report briefly covers cases of occupational disease reported to Irish EPIDERM (skin), Irish SWORD (respiratory) received 2005-2007, and OPRA Ireland (all work-related diagnoses) received in 2007.

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Guidance on Ethical Practice for Occupational Physicians

Published: 1 August, 2007
Category: Guideline
Topic: Occupational Medicine
Author: Faculty of Occupational Medicine

The main concern of Occupational Physicians (OP) is the protection and improvement of the health of those at work. This document offers guidance on ethical practice for occupational physicians.

Occupational Medicine doctor on site