Vol 57, No 1-4 (2006)

Date published: 2010-03-26

Table of Contents

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Seafarers and passengers who disappear without a trace from aboard ships

Anthony Low

International Maritime Health 2006;57(1-4):219-229.

Norovirus challenges aboard cruise ships

Eilif Dahl

International Maritime Health 2006;57(1-4):230-234.

Telemedicine – education and practice

Janusz Siebert, Jacek Rumiński

International Maritime Health 2006;57(1-4):235-242.

Occupational asthma in maritime environment

David Lucas, Dominique Jegaden, Brice Lodde, Charles Arvieux, Jean Dominique Dewitte

International Maritime Health 2006;57(1-4):177-187.

Might telesonography be a new useful diagnostic tool aboard merchant ships? A pilot study

Nebojsa Nikolic, Vladimir Mozetic, Bob Modrcin, Slaven Jaksic

International Maritime Health 2006;57(1-4):198-207.

Comments from Poland

IMH Editors

International Maritime Health 2006;57(1-4):208-210.

Comments from Denmark

IMH Editors

International Maritime Health 2006;57(1-4):211-212.

32nd Annual Scientific Meeing of the EUBS, 23-26 August 2006, Bergen, Norway

IMH Editors

International Maritime Health 2006;57(1-4):245-246.

International Symposium ErgoMare, Lorient, France, 5-7 October 2006

IMH Editors

International Maritime Health 2006;57(1-4):250-252.

Work related mortality among merchant seafarers employed in UK Royal Fleet Auxillary shipping from 1976 to 2005

Stephen E. Roberts, Peter Marlow

International Maritime Health 2006;57(1-4):24-35.

Suicides among Polish seamen and fishermen during work at sea

Kinga Szymańska, Bogdan Jaremin, Elżbieta Rosik

International Maritime Health 2006;57(1-4):36-45.

Health risks by bromomethane and other toxic gases in import cargo ship containers

Xaver Baur, Fang Yu, Bernd Poschadel, Wim Veldman, Tosca Knol-de Vos

International Maritime Health 2006;57(1-4):46-55.

A comparison of motion sickness prevalence between seafarers and non-seafarers onboard naval platforms

Gregory Chan, Shabbir M Moochhala, Bin Zhao, Donna Tan, John Wong

International Maritime Health 2006;57(1-4):56-65.

Work related stress in seamen

Maria Jeżewska, Irena Leszczyńska, Bogdan Jaremin

International Maritime Health 2006;57(1-4):66-75.

The successful evolution of a voluntary vessel safety program in the USA

Leslie Hughes

International Maritime Health 2006;57(1-4):85-93.

Safer work clothing for fishermen

Ingunn Holman Geving, Mariann Sandsund, Jarl Reitan, Hilde Faerevik, Randi Eidsmo Reinertsen, Halvard Aasjord)

International Maritime Health 2006;57(1-4):94-102.

Example of the dockside accident risk

Gilbert Le bouar, Christine Chauvin

International Maritime Health 2006;57(1-4):103-113.

Labour standards, safety and health, and risk assessment in the fishing sector

Brandt Wagner

International Maritime Health 2006;57(1-4):114-126.

Severe malaria – analysis of prognostic symptoms and signs in 169 patients treated in Gdynia in 1991-2005

Jolanta Goljan, Waclaw Leszek Nahorski, Agnieszka Wroczyńska, Iwona Felczak-Korzybska, Halina Pietkiewicz

International Maritime Health 2006;57(1-4):149-162.

Reviewing lessons learnet of SARS in Singapore during planning for influenza pandemic

Gregory C. Chan, D. Koh

International Maritime Health 2006;57(1-4):163-176.

Dental practice during a world cruise: Characterization of oral health at sea

Bernhard A J Sobotta, Mike T John, Ina Nitschke

International Maritime Health 2006;57(1-4):136-148.

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