|1.||Basic description —Occupational health nurses work in a variety of settings to keep workers healthy and to prevent workrelated injuries. These nurses provide direct care services to employees on the job, host health promotion activities, and provide workers’ compensation case management. This nurse is also often responsible for treatment of hazards in specific work environments. Practice settings include businesses, industries, government facilities, and shopping malls.|
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Publication information: Book title: 101 Careers in Nursing. Contributors: Jeanne M. Novotny - Editor, Doris T. Lippman - Editor, Nicole K. Sanders - Editor, Joyce J. Fitzpatrick - Editor. Publisher: Springer. Place of publication: New York. Publication year: 2003. Page number: 119.
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