Shift workers' health and assessing risk of violence

07:49 EDT 27 Aug 2013 | British Medical Journal

Daniel Hackam, associate professor at Western University in Canada, explains how shift patterns can have a detrimental effect on the vascular health of workers. Also this week Seena Fazel, Wellcome Trust senior research fellow in clinical science at the University of Oxford, queries the predictive value of the risk assessment tools routinely used...

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