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GP education: occupational carcinogen exposure and cancer

Speciality Classification
General Practice ( GP ) / Family Medicine
Location
Online
Delivery
Online

Employees in many workplaces are exposed to a diverse range of chemical compounds and other agents at higher concentrations and for longer periods than people in other environments. There is a strong evidence base linking some workplace exposures to a number of cancer types; the most common and well-known are cancers of the skin, lung, and bladder, and mesothelioma, but others such as laryngeal and sinonasal cancers have also been found to be caused by occupational exposures.

Type
Delivery
Title
GP education: occupational carcinogen exposure and cancer
Interest Areas / Topics Covered
Mental health & wellbeing for Health Workers, Health Assessments
Location
Location
Online
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HealthcareLink