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Multidisciplinary Approach to Prevention and Health Protection by Monitoring: Role of Individual Disciplines. The Computer Scientist: Record Keeping by Computer I

  • H. Malker

Summary

The purpose of this paper is to present a theoretical survey of the construction of an information system that includes data on occupational exposure to hazardous agents. To illustrate the theory, practical experience from the construction of an exposure register of lead workers is described. Finally, some of the results obtained with the “lead register” and some of the problems. that remain to be solved, for example coupling of measurements from ambient monitoring and from biological tests are discussed. What is not discussed in this connection, are the highly sensitive questions relating to confidentiality.

Keywords

Biological Test Occupational Hazard Register User Lead Register Swedish Krona 
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References

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    Report from the Working Group on Epidemiological Surveillance Systems 20 October 1978.Google Scholar
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    Epidemiological surveillance of Long-Term Health Effects of Environmental Hazards, Report on a Working Group 24–26 September 1974.Google Scholar
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    Principles and Practice of Screening for Disease, J.M.G. Wilson and G. Jungner.Google Scholar
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    Etiologiska Informationssystem, B. Malker, H. Malker, Nordisk Foretagshalsavard 1979, 2, 123–134.Google Scholar

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© ECSC, EEC, EAEC, Brussels-Luxembourg. 1984

Authors and Affiliations

  • H. Malker
    • 1
  1. 1.Sweden

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