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occupational community


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occupational community

occupational community

occupational community

occupational community

Occupational asthma: a community based study

Occupational therapy for community dwelling elderly people: a systematic review

Community-acquired, non-occupational needlestick injuries treated in US Emergency Departments

Risk of Tuberculin Skin Test Conversion among Health Care Workers: Occupational versus Community Exposure and Infection

Occupational engagement among community dwelling older people: A time-geographic perspective

030MAKING OUR COMMUNITY MORE ACCESSIBLE: AN OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY INITIATIVE TO INCREASE AWARENESS OF COMMUNITY MOBILITY IN SOUTH-EAST DUBLIN

MAIR, Alexander (1912 - 1995), Professor of Community and Occupational Medicine (formerly of Public Health and Social Medicine), University of Dundee, 1954–82, then Emeritus

Triaging Jobs in a Community-Based Case–Control Study to Increase Efficiency of the Expert Occupational Assessment Method

Retrospective assessment of occupational exposure to chemicals in community-based studies: validity and repeatability of industrial hygiene panel ratings.

Effects of Community Occupational Therapy on Quality of Life, Mood, and Health Status in Dementia Patients and Their Caregivers: A Randomized Controlled Trial

Professionals' perspectives: exploring the occupational and organizational psychology of community–agency interactions in forest fire management

TIBBS, (Geoffrey) Michael (Graydon) (born 1921), Secretary of the Royal College of Physicians, 1968–86 (Secretary of Joint Faculty of Community Medicine, 1971–72, of Joint Committee in Higher Medical Training, 1972–86, and of Faculty of Occupational Medicine, 1978–86)

 

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Where there is an interlinking of work and non-work social activities, an occupational community can develop. Typically, it means that workers socialize more with people of their own occupation in non-work hours than they do with members of other occupations. In many instances, this is emphasized by geographical location; for example, where a community has a dominant employer such as a steel works, factory, call centre, or retail outlet. Importantly, however, the term implies there are shared values and beliefs that are perpetuated outside the workplace.

Subjects: Human Resource Management.


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