Department of Occupational Medicine
The department is dedicated to clinical care, education and research.
The Department of Occupational Medicine performs a broad range of non-invasive clinical examinations and treatments within occupationally related diseases. Furthermore, the department plays a leading role in examination and development of treatment for occupationally related allergic diseases, musculoskeletal diseases and work-related stress.
The Department of Occupational Medicine has a tradition for research in reproductive health, work-related stress, musculoskeletal diseases and work-related lung diseases. Most of the research activities in the department are organised within the Danish Ramazzini Center, which is a major contributor to occupational health research in Denmark.
The Department of Occupational Medicine collaborates with a large number of research groups within reproductive health, work-related lung diseases, stress-related disorders and musculoskeletal diseases.
The department has approximately 1400 outpatients annually referred from general practice, hospital departments, work places, and environmental health authorities.
Outpatient visits: 1,917