hotel companies was published in the American Journal of Industrial Medicine (AJIM) earlier this year.
What does AJIM stand for?
AJIM stands for American Journal of Industrial Medicine
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- American Journal of Islamic Finance
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- American Journal of Integrated Healthcare
- American Journal of International Law
- A.J. Institute of Medical Sciences (est. 2003; A.J. Shetty; Mangalore, India)
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- American Jewish Identity Survey (est. 2001; Center for Jewish Studies; City University of New York; New York, NY)
- Aoba Japan International School (Tokyo, Japan)
Samples in periodicals archive:
American Journal of Industrial Medicine, 9(5), 447-457.
That link has been bolstered by an Austrian study, based on clinical evidence, published in the June 2007 issue of the American Journal of Industrial Medicine.
New data -- obtained by HRG prior to publication after a protracted battle using the Freedom of Information Act -- published in the August 2000 American Journal of Industrial Medicine confirms more clearly than ever before that hexavalent chromium is a potent lung carcinogen.
And a study of workers in British Columbia in the October issue of the American Journal of Industrial Medicine correlates masculine logging, pumping gas, painting, and work in paper mills with spina bifida in the workers' offspring, while heart defects are linked to fathers' working as firefighters, metal-workers, sawmill workers, and janitors.
In a survey of 1,583 women, published in the June AMERICAN JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL MEDICINE, Marilyn Goldhaber, Michael Polen and Robert Hiatt found that women using VDTs more than 20 hours per week during the first three months of pregnancy had nearly twice as many miscarriages as women in similar jobs who were not using VDTs.
The Asbestos Disease Awareness Organization (ADAO), an organization dedicated to serving as the voice of asbestos victims, today announced that the American Journal of Industrial Medicine (AJIM) will publish selected papers, proceedings and photos from the 2006 Asbestos Awareness Day conference in their January 2007 issue.
American Journal of Industrial Medicine 2003 43:227-33; O'Leary LM, et al.