Vol 63, No 1 (2012)

Date published: 2012-06-05

Table of Contents

open access

MARITIME MEDICINE Original article

Outbreak of pulmonary histoplasmosis involving a group of four Polish travellers returning from Ecuador

Piotr Kajfasz, Wojciech Basiak

Original article

International Maritime Health 2012;63(1):59-62.

Combined effects of work-related stress in Her Majesty’s Coastguard (HMCG)

S.E. Kingdom, A.P. Smith

Original article

International Maritime Health 2012;63(1):63-70.

Maritime health: a review with suggestions for research

Malcolm MacLachlan, Bill Kavanagh, Alison Kay

International Maritime Health 2012;63(1):1-6.

Surveillance of maritime deaths on board Danish merchant ships, 1986–2009

Daniel F. Borch, Henrik L. Hansen, Hermann Burr, Jørgen R. Jepsen

International Maritime Health 2012;63(1):7-16.

Infection control measures on ships and in ports during the early stage of pandemic influenza A (H1N1) 2009

Clara Schlaich, Bettina Gau, Nicole J. Cohen, Kazunobu Kojima, Nina Marano, Daniel Menucci

International Maritime Health 2012;63(1):17-23.

Awareness of health risks at the workplace and of risks of contracting communicable diseases including those related to food hygiene, among seafarers

I. Grappasonni, P. Paci, F. Mazzucchi, S. De Longis, F. Amenta

International Maritime Health 2012;63(1):24-31.

Design for end-user acceptance: requirements for work clothing for fishermen in mediterranean and northern fishing grounds

Tore Christian Bjorsvik Storholmen, Ole Petter Naesgaard, Hilde Faerevik, Jarl Reitan, Ingunn Marie Holmen, Randi Eidsmo Reinertsen

International Maritime Health 2012;63(1):32-39.

Occupational hazards for fishermen in the workplace in Polish coastal and beach fishing — a point of view

Maria Jeżewska, Marta Grubman-Nowak, Irena Leszczyñska, Bogdan Jaremin

International Maritime Health 2012;63(1):40-48.

Cardiomegaly in tropical Africa

Ryszard Tomaszewski

International Maritime Health 2012;63(1):56-58.


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