Working for a healthier tomorrow

Hulshof, Carel T. J.
January 2009
Occupational & Environmental Medicine;Jan2009, Vol. 66 Issue 1, p1
Academic Journal
The article focuses on a report titled "Working for a healthier tomorrow". It reviews the health of Great Britain's working-age population. It is recommended that a campaign should be launched to make employers, healthcare professionals and the general public aware that work is good for health. It is stated that in most severe health conditions, return to work is becoming more widely accepted as a way of treatment. Further, it is stated that governments should work together with workers and representative bodies in order to promote investment in health and well-being.


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