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Nuclear industry family study: methods and description of a United Kingdom study linking occupational information held by employers to reproduction and child health

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Objectives - To describe the methods used in the nuclear industry family study for which a comprehensive database has been assembled that links employment in the nuclear industry and dosimetry records to information on employees' reproductive health and the health of their children. To discuss the response rates and characteristics of the study population. Methods - Occupational cohort design leading to a retrospective cohort study of reproductive outcomes reported by 46,396 current and forme...

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10.1136/oem.56.12.793

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Journal:
OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE
Volume:
56
Issue:
12
Pages:
793-801
Publication date:
1999-12-05
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ISSN:
1351-0711
URN:
uuid:c33ab78a-1274-4def-bd22-b381081e2327
Source identifiers:
37181
Local pid:
pubs:37181

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