Preventive Medicine and Occupational Health

Preventive Medicine and Occupational health is a master branch of medicine that focuses on the physical and mental health of employees in the working environment. Occupational health professionals intend to discover what impact work has on staff health and make sure that staff is fit to undertake the role they are employed to do both physically and emotionally. The aim of occupational health is to prevent business related disease and injury by empowering safe working practices; monitoring the health of the workforce; supporting the administration of sickness absence. Occupational health experts can support associations by advising on business-related diseases and accidents, carrying out assessments for new starters and existing workers, observing the health of representatives and prevention. The maintenance and promotion of the mental, social and physical well-being of all the workers belonging to all the categories is the goal of Preventive Medicine and Occupational Health. This leads to prevention of departures from health issues, control of risks and the adaptation of people to their jobs and works to people. This incorporates all the fields of healthcare concerned about helping an individual to fulfill the demands of their work environment, with their health under concern. Occupational physicians must have a wide information of medication and be competent in various vital zones. They often advise global bodies, governmental and state agencies, associations and trade unions. There are contextual links to physical medicine and recovery and to insurance medicine.

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  • Occupational Safety and Health
  • Occupational Medicine
  • Occupational Psychology
  • Occupational Physiotherapy
  • Occupational Human Factors and Ergonomics
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Occupational Rehabilitation

Europe Societies/Associations

Medical associations of Europe‎ | Australasian College for Emergency Medicine | Australian Medical Association | Doctors Reform Society of Australia | Royal Australasian College of Surgeons Cardiovascular and Interventional Radiological Society of Europe (CIRSE) | European Public Health Association | German Medical Association | Irish Medical Organisation | British Medical Association | European Society of Cardiology | European Association for the Study of Diabetes | European Health Forum Gastein | Federation of European Cancer Societies | Society for Social Medicine | European Forum of Medical Associations | European Society for Medical Oncology | Federation of European Cancer Societies | European Society for Emergency Medicine | European Federation of Internal Medicine | Health and Safety Regulations in Germany|  Association of Independent Healthcare Organisations | Medical Society of London

American Societies/Associations

National Association for Public Health Policy | Women's Health Protective Association | American Council on Science and Health‎ | American Association for the History of Medicine | American Association of Public Health Physicians | American Board of Emergency Medicine | American Board of Preventive Medicine | American Medical Association | American Society of Preventive Oncology | Association of American Medical Colleges | American Public Health Association | Association of Public Health Laboratories | American Society for Clinical Pathology | American Society for Reproductive Medicine | California Medical Association | American Telemedicine Association |  American College of Sports Medicine | American College of Medical Informatics | Association for the Behavioral Sciences and Medical Education | Maryland Public Health Association

Asia Pacific Societies/Associations

Japanese Academic Societies | The Japanese Association of Medical Sciences | The Japanese Society of Internal Medicine | Philippine Society of Ultrasound in Clinical Medicine | South Asian Public Health Association | Indian Association of Preventive Medicine | Work Safe, New Zealand | Asian Association of Healthcare

Global Universities and Institutions

King's College London | The University of Edinburgh | The University of Nottingham | University of Birmingham | The University of Manchester | University of Cambridge | University of Dundee | University of Salford, Manchester | Columbia University | University of Pharma | University of Mississippi | University of Kentucky College of Public Health | Cardiff University | University of Sheffield Berkley Emory University | Tulane University | University of South Wales | University of Oklahoma | University of Portoc | Boston University | University of California, Berkeley | University of Michigan | University of Minnesota | Loma Linda University School of Medicine | Baylor College of Medicine | Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Medicine | University of Washington | University of South Florida | University of Nebraska Medical Center | Oregon Health and Science University | University of Michigan | Yale University | University of Oxford | Imperial College London  | University of Toronto | Uppsala University | University of Lisbon | University of St Andrews