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    Jacques Tamin.
    Summary: This book provides occupational health (OH) professionals with a theoretical basis for addressing the ethical issues that they confront in their practice. There is often a lack of in-depth moral analysis of the issues that OH practitioners face on a daily basis. The ICOH Code of Ethics sets out the important principles that guide OH practice. This book builds on these core principles, starting from an application of moral theories in the OH context and illustrating how ethical conflicts could be resolved, by carrying out ethical analyses of several case studies. In this way, it aims to link ethical theory to OH practice.

    Chapter 1. Introduction
    Part 1: Theory
    Chapter 2. The doctor-patient Relationship and Dual Obligations in Occupational Health
    Chapter 3. Consent
    Chapter 4. Confidentiality
    Chapter 5. Sickness Absence
    Part 2: Practice
    Chapter 6. Report writing
    Chapter 7. Health Surveillance
    Chapter 8. Vaccinations
    Chapter 9. Vaccinations.
    Digital Access Springer 2020