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Presentation by Debbie Cohen, senior medical research fellow, Cardiff University, at the CBI's employee health & absence conference. London, June 2010.

Presentation by Debbie Cohen, senior medical research fellow, Cardiff University, at the CBI's employee health & absence conference. London, June 2010.

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  • Consensus Statement, signed on 5 March 2008 by the leaders of the healthcare profession, was a pledge to promote the link between good work and good health
  • Consensus Statement, signed on 5 March 2008 by the leaders of the healthcare profession, was a pledge to promote the link between good work and good health

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