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Working Health Services Scotland: a 4-year evaluation.

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Summary of "Working Health Services Scotland: a 4-year evaluation."

Working Health Service Scotland (WHSS) supports the self-employed and employees of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Scotland with a health condition affecting their ability to work, who are either absent or at risk of becoming absent due to it.

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Name: Occupational medicine (Oxford, England)
ISSN: 1471-8405
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