Vol 62, No 2 (2011)

Date published: 2011-09-09

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LETTERS

New film on seafarers’ fatigue

P.H. Allen, A.P. Smith

International Maritime Health 2011;62(2):155-155.
MARITIME MEDICINE Original articles

Legal gaps relating to labour safety and health in the maritime transport sector in Spain

Julio Louro Rodríguez, Rosa Mary de la Campa Portela, Paula Vazquez Carrera

International Maritime Health 2011;62(2):91-97.
ORIGINAL ARTICLES

Obesity continues to be a major health risk for Danish seafarers and fishermen

H.L. Hansen, L. Hjarnoe, J.R. Jepsen

International Maritime Health 2011;62(2):98-103.

Use of morbidity and mortality conferences to analyze causes of death at sea: a useful tool in the process of training in maritime medicine

Baptiste Vallé, Vincent Bounes, Emilie Dehours, Patrick Roux, François Concina, Julien Tabarly, Michel Pujos, Jean-Louis Ducassé

International Maritime Health 2011;62(2):104-109.

Sudden cardiac event on a sea-going ship and recognition of a work-related accident

Małgorzata Wójcik-Stasiak, Bogdan Jaremin, Stephen E. Roberts, Tomasz Chodnik

International Maritime Health 2011;62(2):110-115.

Left at sea: HIV vulnerability among migrant fishermen in Goa, India

Ajay Bailey

International Maritime Health 2011;62(2):116-122.

Sleep disturbances among offshore fleet workers. A questionnaire-based survey

Jakob Hønborg Hansen, Ingunn Marie Holmen

International Maritime Health 2011;62(2):123-130.

Survey on HIV risk perception and sexual behaviours among seafarers

I. Grappasonni, P. Paci, F. Mazzucchi, F. Amenta

International Maritime Health 2011;62(2):131-137.

Surveillance and control of communicable diseases related to passenger ships in Europe

Christos Hadjichristodoulou, Varvara A. Mouchtouri, Carmen Varela Martinez, Gordon Nichols, Tobias Riemer, Jelena Rabinina, Corien Swan, Nina Pirnat, Ona Sokolova, Elina Kostara, George Rachiotis, Rainer Meilicke, Clara Schlaich, Christopher LR Bartlett, Jenny Kremastinou, the SHIPSAN partnership

International Maritime Health 2011;62(2):138-147.

Work-related stress in Her Majesty’s Coastguard

S.E. Kingdom, A.P. Smith

International Maritime Health 2011;62(2):148-154.

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