Long term medical conditions: career prospects

Bateman, B. J.; Finlay, F.
December 2002
Occupational & Environmental Medicine;Dec2002, Vol. 59 Issue 12, p851
Academic Journal
Presents a study which determined the views of employers on employment restrictions for young people with asthma, epilepsy, attention deficit disorder and insulin dependent diabetes mellitus. Methods; Results; Conclusions.


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