Vol 62, No 3 (2011)

Date published: 2011-12-15

Table of Contents

open access

MARITIME MEDICINE Original articles

Infection on board ships in the 21st century: overview of IMHA workshop, Singapore 2010

Tim Carter

Original article

International Maritime Health 2011;62(3):160-163.

Summary of workshop proceedings: infection on board ship in the 21st century

Tim Carter

Original article

International Maritime Health 2011;62(3):164-169.

Influenza and SARS: the impact of viral pandemics on maritime health

Poh Lian Lim

Original article

International Maritime Health 2011;62(3):170-175.

AIDS prophylaxis — achievements due to appropriate strategies

Nebojša Nikolić

Original article

International Maritime Health 2011;62(3):176-182.

Infectious diseases and medical guides for seafarers

Alf Magne Horneland

Original article

International Maritime Health 2011;62(3):183-185.

Wound infections on board ship — prevention, pathogens, and treatment

Eilif Dahl

Original article

International Maritime Health 2011;62(3):186-190.

Pandemic planning in the shipping industry — lessons learnt from the 2009 Influenza Pandemic

Kate Bunyan

Original article

International Maritime Health 2011;62(3):196-199.
EDITORIAL

Infections at sea past and present

Tim Carter

Editorial

International Maritime Health 2011;62(3):157-159.
MARITIME PSYCHOLOGY Original article

Psychosocial risk factors for work-related stress in Her Majesty’s Coastguard

S.E. Kingdom, A.P. Smith

Original article

International Maritime Health 2011;62(3):200-205.
OBITUARY

Obituary for Professor Stanisław Tomaszunas

IMH Editors

Obituary

International Maritime Health 2011;62(3):207-208.
LETTER FROM THE EDITOR

From the Editor in Chief/Editorial Board

Bogdan Jaremin

Letter to the Editor

International Maritime Health 2011;62(3):206-206.

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