Multidisciplinary Approach to Prevention and Health Protection by Monitoring: Role of Individual Disciplines. The Nurse: Role in the Health Team I
In addition to European Directives concerning qualifications of nurses and their activities, there are statutory provisions in a number of Community countries concerning employment of nurses in workplaces. Although there are no statutory provisions in the United Kingdom concerning their employment in workplaces, the training and qualification governed by the Royal College of Nursing are increasingly required by employers. The activities of the nurse at the workplace may be wide-ranging and they change according to the number of the specialists employed at the workplace. This paper examines those activities and relates them to those of other specialists.
KeywordsOccupational Health Health Team Health Care Practitioner Occupational Health Care Statutory Provision
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