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Promoting Health for Working Women

Promoting Health for Working Women

von: Athena Linos, Wilhelm Kirch

Springer-Verlag, 2007

ISBN: 9780387730387 , 338 Seiten

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Promoting Health for Working Women


Based on European health initiatives on reducing workplace risks and promoting workplace health, this book focuses on issues that predominantly or exclusively affect women, or have gender-specific implications due to workplace inequalities. Among the topics covered: occupational hazards, work/life balance issues, pregnancy, smoking cessation, alcohol awareness, diet/exercise and other lifestyle concerns.

Athena Linos is Associate Professor in the Department of Hygiene and Epidemiology at the University of Athens Medical School.
Wilhelm Kirch is Chair of the Institute for Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics at the Medical Faculty of Dresden University of Technology.  He is a past president of the European Public Health Association.  He published Extreme Weather Events and Public Health Responses (2005) with Springer, and he is editor of our forthcoming Encyclopedia of Public Health (2008).