The Economic Burden of Injuries and Violence

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2 Responses

  1. Medical Workplace Violence

    Sheriff’s deputy shot and killed at Minnesota hospital; suspect dead.

    http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/sheriffs-deputy-shot-and-killed-at-minnesota-hospital-suspect-dead/ar-AAfAOAR?li=AA54ur&ocid=U348DHP

    Sheila

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  2. Podiatry Ranked 5th Riskiest Job for Your Health

    Some jobs intrinsically have more health risks than others. A nurse working in a hospital is more likely to catch an infectious disease than a lawyer working in an office, for example.

    To rank the most unhealthy jobs in America, we used data from the Occupational Information Network, a U.S. Department of Labor database full of detailed information on occupations. In order to analyze jobs by their impact on workers’ health, we took measures of six health risks in each of the 974 occupations in the database.

    The top 5 most dangerous jobs are:

    1. Dentists, dental surgeons, and dental assistants (unhealthiness score: 65.4)

    2. Flight attendants (unhealthiness score: 62.3)

    3. Anesthesiologists, nurse anesthetists, and anesthesiologist assistants (unhealthiness score: 62.3)

    4. Veterinarians and veterinary assistants and technicians (unhealthiness score: 60.3)

    5. Podiatrists (unhealthiness score: 60.2)

    Source: Andy Kiersz and Max Nisen, Business Insider

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