Vol 63, No 4 (2012)

Date published: 2013-02-01

Table of Contents

open access

MARITIME MEDICINE Original article

Work demands are related to mental health problems for older engine room officers

Leif W. Rydstedt, Monica Lundh

Original article

International Maritime Health 2012;63(4):176-180.

Heart rate variability and cortisol responses during attentional and working memory tasks in naval cadets

Bjø rn Helge Johnsen, Anita L. Hansen, Robert Murison, Jarle Eid, Julian F. Thayer

Original article

International Maritime Health 2012;63(4):181-187.

Seafarer with hyperactivity disorder on amphetamine

Eilif Dahl

Original article

International Maritime Health 2012;63(4):204-206.

The epidemiology of murder and suicide involving scuba diving

Peter Buzzacott, Petar Denoble

Original article

International Maritime Health 2012;63(4):207-212.

The Mental Health on Board project (MENHOB) has started working

Maria Jeżewska, Bogdan Jaremin, Marta Grubman-Nowak

Other materials agreed with the Editors

International Maritime Health 2012;63(4):219-220.

Psychological stress in seafarers: a review

Anna Carotenuto, Ivana Molino, Angiola Maria Fasanaro, Francesco Amenta

International Maritime Health 2012;63(4):188-194.

Are we winning the war with the pirates?

Nebojša Nikolić, Miloš Pavletić, Eduard Missoni

International Maritime Health 2012;63(4):195-203.

Letter from the Editor

IMH Editors

Letter to the Editor

International Maritime Health 2012;63(4):175-175.


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