International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health
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Aims and Scope
All papers should be based on present-day standards and relate to occupational or ambient environmental problems, especially on one of the following topics:
- Clinical and epidemiological studies on morbidity and mortality
- Clinical and epidemiological studies on parameters relevant to the estimation of health risks
- Human experimental studies on environmental health effects (Animal experiments, only if relevant to pathogenetic aspects)
- Methods for studying topics mentioned above
Manuscripts submitted to the journal should conform to the `Instructions to authors` and should be addressed to one of the editors. For addresses see back cover. This journal is included in the ADONIS service. In the ADONIS service copies of individual articles can be printed out from compact discs (CD-ROM) on demand. An explanatory leaflet giving further details of the scheme is available from the publishers on request.
Editor in chief
Department and Out-Patient Clinic
for Occupational, Social and Environmental Medicine
University of Erlangen-Nuremberg
91054 Erlangen, Germany
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