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Book Review: Meeting the Needs of Employees with Disabilities

Book Review: Meeting the Needs of Employees with Disabilities BOO K REVIEWS The Address of Welcome and tury. Because they are scien­ the Keynote address both point tific papers, however, they do OccupaUonalHealthin out the frailties and insufficien­ not lend themselves to quick the 1990s: Developing a cies of existing regulations reading, and they do not paint which deal with worker health an overly optimistic picture for Platform for Disease and safety. After what could be occupational health in the Prevention perceived as a depressing intro­ 1990s. This book is highly rec­ by P.J. Landrigan and I.J. Silikoff duction, the reader is presented ommended for lawmakers who (eds.). New York, NY: New York are interested in improving a variety of interesting and in­ Academy of Sciences, 1989. worker health. tellectually stimulating papers Eileen Lukes, MS, RN, which emphasize occupational Occupational Health in the COHN disease prevention: Workplace 1990s is a compilation of papers Mesa,AZ Regulation and Disease Pre­ presented at a 1988 New York vention; Right to Know and Academy of Sciences workshop. Disease Prevention; Worksite Philosophical, intellectual, and Inspection and Disease Preven­ Meeting the Needs of scientific, the papers bring up tion; and Workers' Compensa­ many issues that concern occu­ Employees With tion, Litigation, and the Pre­ http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png AAOHN Journal SAGE

Book Review: Meeting the Needs of Employees with Disabilities

AAOHN Journal , Volume 41 (11): 2 – Nov 1, 1993

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SAGE
Copyright
© 1993 American Association of Occupational Health Nurses
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0891-0162
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10.1177/216507999304101112
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Abstract

BOO K REVIEWS The Address of Welcome and tury. Because they are scien­ the Keynote address both point tific papers, however, they do OccupaUonalHealthin out the frailties and insufficien­ not lend themselves to quick the 1990s: Developing a cies of existing regulations reading, and they do not paint which deal with worker health an overly optimistic picture for Platform for Disease and safety. After what could be occupational health in the Prevention perceived as a depressing intro­ 1990s. This book is highly rec­ by P.J. Landrigan and I.J. Silikoff duction, the reader is presented ommended for lawmakers who (eds.). New York, NY: New York are interested in improving a variety of interesting and in­ Academy of Sciences, 1989. worker health. tellectually stimulating papers Eileen Lukes, MS, RN, which emphasize occupational Occupational Health in the COHN disease prevention: Workplace 1990s is a compilation of papers Mesa,AZ Regulation and Disease Pre­ presented at a 1988 New York vention; Right to Know and Academy of Sciences workshop. Disease Prevention; Worksite Philosophical, intellectual, and Inspection and Disease Preven­ Meeting the Needs of scientific, the papers bring up tion; and Workers' Compensa­ many issues that concern occu­ Employees With tion, Litigation, and the Pre­

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Published: Nov 1, 1993

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