Women's occupational health: a critical review and discussion of current issues

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English
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Author: 
Karen Messing
Publisher: 
The Haworth Press, Inc.
Publication Date: 
1997

Discusses women's place in the workplace and its implications for occupational health, and provides a brief review of some gender-insensitive data-gathering techniques. Concentrates on the following four areas: methods and data collection; directing attention to women's occupational health problems; musculoskeletal disease; mental and emotional stress. Concludes by pointing out some neglected occupational groups and health issues.

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Article appears in Women & Health Journal, vol. 25, no. 4.