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Law enforcement worker health /

by Hessl, Stephen M; Miller, Richard J.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Clinics in Occupational and Environmental Medicine: 2003,3,3Publisher: Philadelphia ; London : W.B. Saunders, cop. 2003Description: XIV, p. 369-657 : ill. ; 24 cm.MeSH subject(s): Occupational Health | Social Control, Formal | Police | Hazardous Substances | Bioterrorism | Musculoskeletal Diseases | Diabetes Mellitus | Asthma | Mental Health | Substance Abuse Detection | Occupational Exposure | Journal Issue -- saphirPUBLICATION TYPE SAPHIR: Journal Issue
Contents:
Introduction to the history, demographics, and health effects of law enforcement work. - Medical employability determinations for law enforcement officers. - Ergonomics and safety in law enforcement. - Physical hazards and noise in law enforcement. - Biologic agents of terrorism. - The initial approach to a chemical and nuclear terrorism event. - Infectious diseases and law enforcement. - Musculoskeletal injuries in law enforcement officers and trainees. - Vision standards in law enforcement. - Diabetes in law enforcement officers. - Asthma in law enforcement. - Evaluating the mental health of law enforcement officers. - Drug testing in the law enforcement community. - The pregnant officer
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Introduction to the history, demographics, and health effects of law enforcement work. - Medical employability determinations for law enforcement officers. - Ergonomics and safety in law enforcement. - Physical hazards and noise in law enforcement. - Biologic agents of terrorism. - The initial approach to a chemical and nuclear terrorism event. - Infectious diseases and law enforcement. - Musculoskeletal injuries in law enforcement officers and trainees. - Vision standards in law enforcement. - Diabetes in law enforcement officers. - Asthma in law enforcement. - Evaluating the mental health of law enforcement officers. - Drug testing in the law enforcement community. - The pregnant officer