Czy cukrzyce mozna traktowac jako chorobe posrednio zwiazana z praca?
Cast your vote
You can rate an item by clicking the amount of stars they wish to award to this item.
When enough users have cast their vote on this item, the average rating will also be shown.
Your vote was cast
Thank you for your feedback
Thank you for your feedback
MetadataShow full item record
Other TitlesCan diabetes be treated as an indirectly work-related disease?
AbstractIn this article the authors attempted to analyze the arguments for considering diabetes as a work-related disease. An overview of literature has been done out of articles published in the years 1980-2016, with the use of combination of key words referring to employment, workplace, and diabetes. The PubMed database was the source of data. The authors indicate that the following arguments are in favor of diabetes being recognized as a work-related disease: diabetes is not an occupational disease, it is not directly related to the work environment or the way the work is performed, but there are observed adverse effects of occupational work-related nuisances, such as night shift work, long work hours, job strain or workplace standing time, which influence its development and course. The number of publications on diabetes, including the problem of occupational work is comparable to the number of analogous publications concerning work-related diseases such as hypertension or ischemic heart disease. Moreover, some aspects of professional activity and diabetes were also included in clinical recommendations for the workplace, which is uncommon in the case of other diseases, even those generally recognized as work-related. Data from medical references, indicating the effectiveness of workplace interventions aimed at preventing diabetes development and/or worsening of its course should be considered as an argument for the inclusion of diabetes into the group of work-related diseases. This should also support the need for further research and practical actions aimed at preventing diabetes at the workplace. Med Pr 2017;68(5):667-675.
CitationMedycyna Pracy 2017, 68 (5):667-675
SponsorsFunding: praca wykonana w ramach zadania finansowanego z dotacji na działalność statutową nr IMP 12.24 pt. „Opracowanie algorytmu prewencji wtórnej nadciśnienia tętniczego i cukrzycy w ramach badań profilaktycznych pracowników”. Kierownik tematu: dr Andrzej Marcinkiewicz.
The following license files are associated with this item:
Except where otherwise noted, this item's license is described as Archived with thanks to Medycyna pracy
- [Challenges to occupational medicine in view of the problem of work-related diseases and the aging of workforce. Directions for further development and intentional changes in preventive care of employees in Poland].
- Authors: Marcinkiewicz A, Walusiak-Skorupa J, Wiszniewska M, Rybacki M, Hanke W, Rydzyński K
- Issue date: 2016
- Occupational medicine--then and now: where we could go from here.
- Authors: Belkić K, Nedić O
- Issue date: 2014 May-Jun
- Self-reported carpal tunnel syndrome: predictors of work disability from the National Health Interview Survey Occupational Health Supplement.
- Authors: Blanc PD, Faucett J, Kennedy JJ, Cisternas M, Yelin E
- Issue date: 1996 Sep
- [Preventive care in the area of psychosocial risks at work].
- Authors: Mościcka A
- Issue date: 2010
- Perceptions of Workplace Heat Exposure and Controls among Occupational Hygienists and Relevant Specialists in Australia.
- Authors: Xiang J, Hansen A, Pisaniello D, Bi P
- Issue date: 2015