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Occupational diseases and general practitioners

Renata Ecimović Nemarnik ; Dom zdravlja Zagreb Zapad, Zagreb, Hrvatska
Domagoj Slavić ; Dom zdravlja Zagreb Zapad, Zagreb, Hrvatska
Hrvoje Radić ; Dom zdravlja Zagreb Centar, Zagreb, Hrvatska
Zoran Šimurina ; Istarski domovi zdravlja, Pula, Hrvatska
Denis Lisica Mandek ; Hrvatski zavod za zaštitu zdravlja i sigurnost na radu, Hrvatski zavod za zaštitu zdravlja i sigurnost na radu, Zagreb, Hrvatska
Marija Bubaš ; Hrvatski zavod za zaštitu zdravlja i sigurnost na radu, Zagreb. Hrvatska

Puni tekst: hrvatski, pdf (2 MB) str. 343-356 preuzimanja: 322* citiraj
APA 6th Edition
Ecimović Nemarnik, R., Slavić, D., Radić, H., Šimurina, Z., Lisica Mandek, D. i Bubaš, M. (2018). Stavovi obiteljskih liječnika o profesionalnim bolestima. Sigurnost, 60 (4), 343-356.
MLA 8th Edition
Ecimović Nemarnik, Renata, et al. "Stavovi obiteljskih liječnika o profesionalnim bolestima." Sigurnost, vol. 60, br. 4, 2018, str. 343-356. Citirano 17.10.2021.
Chicago 17th Edition
Ecimović Nemarnik, Renata, Domagoj Slavić, Hrvoje Radić, Zoran Šimurina, Denis Lisica Mandek i Marija Bubaš. "Stavovi obiteljskih liječnika o profesionalnim bolestima." Sigurnost 60, br. 4 (2018): 343-356.
Ecimović Nemarnik, R., et al. (2018). 'Stavovi obiteljskih liječnika o profesionalnim bolestima', Sigurnost, 60(4), str. 343-356.
Ecimović Nemarnik R, Slavić D, Radić H, Šimurina Z, Lisica Mandek D, Bubaš M. Stavovi obiteljskih liječnika o profesionalnim bolestima. Sigurnost [Internet]. 2018 [pristupljeno 17.10.2021.];60(4):343-356.
R. Ecimović Nemarnik, D. Slavić, H. Radić, Z. Šimurina, D. Lisica Mandek i M. Bubaš, "Stavovi obiteljskih liječnika o profesionalnim bolestima", Sigurnost, vol.60, br. 4, str. 343-356, 2018. [Online].

The aim of this study is to investigate the views of general practitioners regarding the reporting of occupational diseases and the possible link between work status, sickness and assessment of work ability with occupational diseases. The study also places focus on the need to improve collaboration with occupational medicine specialists, on general practitioners' need for education in certain areas of occupational health and occupational diseases, and on topics and ways of implementing education.
The subjects were family physicians and general practitioners (50) employed in community health centers in Zagreb. The reported occupational diseases in family physician's surgeries were analyzed. It was found that 26% respondents reported occupational disease, 70% did not report it, and 4% did not know whether or not they had reported occupational disease in the last five years. The most commonly reported occupational diseases were diseases of the musculoskeletal system (38%) and skin diseases (38%). The reasons given for not reporting occupational diseases were that doctors were not aware that those were occupational diseases (91%), and because they feared that the patient may get fired (9%).
The vast majority of respondents (94%) agreed that it is necessary to improve cooperation between family physicians and occupational medicine specialists. Seventy eight percent of family physicians were interested in education on how to recognize occupational diseases. Preventive team work on the part of occupational medicine specialists and family physicians using the 'check lists' in family physician's surgeries, and education courses on occupational health would improve primary prevention of occupational diseases, while early detection would halt the progress of occupational diseases and thus reduce ensuing disability caused by occupational disease.

Ključne riječi
occupational disease; report; family physician; education; specialists in occupational medicine and sport medicine

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