Occupational health services in higher education : second annual report : summary

Venables, Katherine M. and Allender, Steven 2004, Occupational health services in higher education : second annual report : summary, University of Oxford, Department of Public Health, Oxford, England.

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Title Occupational health services in higher education : second annual report : summary
Alternative title Occupational health services in higher education : second annual report of a project supported by the HEFCE good management practice programme (GMP229)
Author(s) Venables, Katherine M.
Allender, Steven
Publication date 2004
Publisher University of Oxford, Department of Public Health
Place of Publication Oxford, England
Summary The second of three surveys of occupational health provision in UK higher education institutions was carried out in March 2003.

Information was collected on occupational health provision arrangements for all 193 members of UUK, other HEIs funded by HEFCE, constituent parts of the University of London and the University of Wales, and degree awarding bodies in the UK. There was a wide variety of arrangements. Thirty-eight percent had in-house services, 33% contracted with external providers for occupational health services, 13% made use of a local general practice or student health service, 6% had other or ad hoc arrangements and 9% had no occupational health service.
Language eng
Field of Research 111799 Public Health and Health Services not elsewhere classified
HERDC Research category A5.1 Minor research monograph
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30020528

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