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Epidemiological research in maritime health and safety - why and how? lecture by Olaf C Jensen Uploading date: May 17, 2012 Updated: May 18, 2012

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I am a Danish MD with specialty in occupational medicine and a Master of Public Health. I became a researcher in maritime occupational health at the start of the Centre for Maritime Health and Safety at the University of Southern Denmark in 1992 and is still there, now on a part time employment. I have been teaching epidemiology for nurses and for public health students in Esbjerg, Denmark. For the latest 12 years also been teaching epidemiology and biostatistics at the international virtual master and university specialist courses in maritime medicine at the University of Cadiz in Spain. Now I am also teaching occupational epidemiology at the UDELAS university in Panama.



A free article with the background:  Jensen OC, Collaborative, cross-national studies on health and safety in seafaring for evidence-based maritime policy and regulations. International Maritime Health. 2009; vol. 60, nr. 1-2, 2009. s. 10-13 (




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