What do we know about occupational exposures and cancer? Free

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Professor John Cherrie discusses causes of cancer in the UK. He describes the next steps to take to ensure continuous improvement, and stresses the importance of time.

This lecture was filmed for the 'Work and cancer' meeting at the RSM in London on 28th of March 2018.

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29:05

Mr Steve Mannion, Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon.

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23:53

Dr Iona Heath, President, Royal College of General Practitioners.

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35:40

Dr Tom Marshall, Senior Lecturer in Public Health, University of Birmingham.

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19:45

Jane Dacre, Vice Dean and Director of Medical Education, University College London. 

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28:17

Professor Dame Carol Black, Expert Advisor, Department of Health. 

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41:43

Dr Julie Greeves, Head of Research in Occupational Medicine at HQ Army Recruiting and Training Division.

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39:14

Mr Martin Adlerton, Managing Consultant, Clarity Stress and Trauma Ltd.

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35:05

Dr Glyn Smyth, Chartered Physiotherapist & Chartered Ergonomist, Work Fit and Chair of ACPOHE’s Assessing Fitness for Work Group.

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51:03

Dr Mike Isaac, Consultant Psychiatrist, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust, King's College London.

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