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Proceedings of the 2013 Discussions on keeping people at work

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Readaptation, rehabilitation, disability management, prevention of long-term disability, return-to-work etc. The contributors of the EUROGIP Discussions on March 19, 2013 addressed these issues and presented the programs implemented in various European countries – Germany, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Great Britain, Iceland, Sweden, Switzerland – as well as Canada. These programs aim at keeping at work people who have a health problem, including occupational origin (02/07/2013)

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