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industrial medicine


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industrial medicine

industrial medicine

Fifty years ago: ‘General practice and industrial medicine in the United States’

Good Medicine for Philadelphia? Local Industrial Policy and the Problem of Jobs

BIDSTRUP, (Patricia) Lesley (1916 - 2010), Member, Medical Appeals Tribunal, 1970–88; private consulting concerned mainly with industrial medicine, since 1958

Industrial Genotoxicology Group: Transgenic Animals in Genotoxicity Assays and the Comet Assay, Royal Society of Medicine, London, UK, May 1995

Industrial Genotoxicology Group (IGG): Cytotoxicity In Vitro,Royal Society of Medicine, London, UK, 6 December 1999

BROWNE, Richard Charles (1911 - 1980), Nuffield Professor of Industrial Health, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, 1946–76, retired; Chairman, Division of Social Medicine, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, 1970–75; Consultant Physician, Department of Industrial Health, Royal Victoria Infirmary, Newcastle upon Tyne

Where will genetic toxicology testing be in 30 years’ time? Summary report of the 25th Industrial Genotoxicity Group Meeting, Royal Society of Medicine, London, November 9, 2011

Industrial Genotoxicology Group (IGG): The Use of Historical Data in Data Interpretation and Genotoxicity Testing of Biotechnology Products, Royal Society of Medicine, London, UK, December 1995

EILON, Samuel (born 1923), Professor of Management Science, Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, University of London, 1963–89, Professor Emeritus, since 1989 (Senior Research Fellow, 1989–2002); industrial consultant on corporate performance and strategy

CARTER, (Ronald) David (born 1927), Founder, DCA Design International Ltd, 1975 (Chairman, 1975–95; Director, 1995–99); Professor of Industrial Design Engineering, Royal College of Art, and Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, 1991–95

HUNTER, Donald (1898 - 1978), Consulting Physician to the London Hospital, 1927–63; Curator of Museum, London Hospital Medical College, 1933–63; Director, Department for Research in Industrial Medicine, MRC, London Hospital, 1943–63; Member World Health Organisation Expert Advisory Panel on Social and Occupational Health, Geneva; Member, Commission Permanente et Association Internationale pour la Médecine du Travail, Geneva; Founder Editor, British Journal of Industrial Medicine, 1944

London, Hub of the Industrial Revolution: A Revisionary History, 1775–1825. By David Barnett, A History of London. By Stephen Inwood, Restoration London: From Poverty to Pets, From Medicine to Magic, From Slang to Sex, From Wallpaper to Women's Rights. By Liza Picard and London 1900: The Imperial Metropolis. By Jonathan Schneer

NORRIS, Donald Craig (died 1968), Barrister-at-Law (Inner Temple); Chief Medical Officer, Metropolitan Water Board and Lee Conservancy Board, Royal Exchange Assurance, Royal London Mutual Insurance Society and Employers’ Liability Assurance Corporation; late Medical Officer, Bank of England; Medical Referee to various Insurance Cos; Past Chairman Advisory Medical Council, Industrial Welfare Soc.; Member Editorial Bd, Brit. Jl of Industrial Medicine; Assoc. Ed., Medico-Legal Jl; Founder Member (Exec. Cttee) British Council for Rehabilitation of the Disabled

MORGAN, Hyacinth Bernard Wenceslaus (1885 - 1956), Medical Adviser and Consultant Specialist on Industrial Diseases, Trades Union Congress General Council; Physician, Manor House Hospital, NW; Advisory Medical Officer, Union of Post Office Workers, Federation of PO Supervisors, Assoc. of Cinematograph and Allied Technicians, etc.; Louis Sterling Lecturer on Industrial Diseases; Member Council of British Medical Assoc.; Fellow Royal Soc. of Medicine; Member, Exec. Committee Confederation of Health Service Employees; consulting physician

ORENSTEIN, Alexander Jeremiah (1879 - 1972), late Director of Pneumoconiosis Research, South African Council of Scientific and Industrial Research; Hon. Fellow: Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene; Institute of Water Pollution Control; RSocMed; Emeritus Fellow, American College of Chest Physicians; Fellow, American Public Health Association; Hon. Member, South African Institute of Mechanical Engineers, 1967; Chevalier Ordre de la Couronne, Belgium; Medical Consultant, Rand Mines Ltd; Gold Medallist, Medical Association of South Africa (BMA); Gold Medal: Institute of Mining and Metallurgy; Mine Medical Officers, 1968; Bernard Nocht Medal (for services to tropical medicine) 1965

HALL, Arthur John (1866 - 1951), late Phys., South Yorks Mental Hosp.; late Visiting Physician, Rampton State Inst.; late Censor RCP, Examiner, Universities of Oxford, Cambridge, London, Manchester, Liverpool, Glasgow, Leeds, Birmingham and Bristol; Conjoint Board RCP and RCS; Lumleian Lecturer RC of P, 1923; Fellow Royal Society of Medicine; late Member Radium Commission; Chairman of Committee of Medical Research Council on Pulmonary Dust Diseases; late Member Industrial Health Committee Research Board; hon. member of Pathological Society of Manchester; hon. member (Pres. 1904–05) of Sheffield Medico-Chirurgical Society; Emeritus Professor of Medicine, University of Sheffield; consulting Physician, Sheffield Royal Hospital

OLIVER, Thomas (1853 - 1942), DL Northumberland; JP for city and county Newcastle-upon-Tyne; with aid of Local Committee raised in 1914 the Tyneside Scottish Brigade (20th-23rd Battalions Northumberland Fusiliers); Consulting Physician, Royal Victoria Infirmary, Newcastle; Ex-President of University of Durham College of Medicine, Newcastle; Knight of Grace Order St John of Jerusalem, 1924; Chevalier Legion of Honour, 1929; gold medal Ministry of Public Assistance, France, 1924; late Professor of Physiology, Durham; Emeritus Professor of Medicine, University of Durham; late Medical Expert, Dangerous Trades Committee, Home Office; Hon. President, International Congress of Accidents and Industrial Diseases, Geneva, 1931

 

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The health care provided by employers for their employees. Apart from the provision of first aid and nursing care in larger organizations, its main aims are prophylactic: the prevention of accidents by providing adequate guards for machinery, the prevention of disease by controlling noxious fumes, dusts, etc., and the prevention of stress by providing the best possible working environment. In addition, regular check-ups are often provided to monitor the health of members of staff.

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