Occupational Health Surveillance in Canada: Cause-specific Mortality Among Workers 1965 to 1991 (CD-ROM)
Surveillance in Canada: Cause-specific Mortality Among Workers can help
identify occupational groups across Canada with excessive mortality owing to
specific causes. It will also help detect previously unsuspected associations
between illness (e.g., cancer) and occupation and it will be a powerful tool
for both generating and testing hypotheses.
The CD-ROM contains the results of a longitudinal follow-up of a sample of 700,000 men and women who were in the Canadian work force for at least one year during the period 1965 to 1971. The results are linked to the Canadian Mortality Database for the years 1965 to 1991. Occupational Health Surveillance in Canada will certainly be of interest to professionals in public health, workers' compensation and safety boards, ministries of health and labour, regulatory agencies, corporations, unions, personnel and medical departments, women's studies scholars and the general public.
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