Vol 72, No 4 (2021)
Letter to the Editor
Published online: 2021-12-30

open access

Page views 6148
Article views/downloads 306
Get Citation

Connect on Social Media

Connect on Social Media

Occupational health of seamen: what can Laborem Exercens say to us 40 years later?

Richard Pougnet12, Laurence Pougnet13, Jean-Dominique Dewitte12, David Lucas14, Brice Loddé14
Pubmed: 35146736
IMH 2021;72(4):306-307.

Abstract

Not available

Article available in PDF format

View PDF Download PDF file

References

  1. Pope John-Paul II. Laborem exercens, (On Human Work), 1981. https://www.vatican.va/content/john-paul-ii/en/encyclicals/documents/hf_jp-ii_enc_14091981_laborem-exercens.html (14/09/2021).
  2. Olsen CP. Spirituality and the health-care professional. Linacre Q. 2011; 78(4): 437–454.
  3. Peplińska A, Jeżewska M, Leszczyńska I, et al. Stress and the level of perceived anxiety among mariners: the mediating role of marital satisfaction. Int Marit Health. 2013; 64(4): 221–225.
  4. Montas A. Droit Maritime. Vuibert, Paris 2021.
  5. Sekhon SK, Srivastava M. Quest for life satisfaction in the sea of loneliness. Int Marit Health. 2021; 72(2): 121–128.
  6. Ramos KG, Rocha IC, Cedeño TD, et al. Suez Canal blockage and its global impact on healthcare amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. Int Marit Health. 2021; 72(2): 145–146.
  7. Pougnet R, Pougnet L, Lucas D, et al. When do the economic aspect and ecology policies defend health of mariners? Int Marit Health. 2017; 68(3): 176–177.