Factores individuales asociados con accidentes laborales en trabajadores afiliados a dos Aseguradoras de Riesgo Profesionales de la ciudad de Medellín, 2012

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  • Carlos F. Molina C. Institución Universitaria Tecnológico de Antioquia

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Los accidentes de trabajo constituyen el mayor problema de salud para la población trabajadora. Las lesiones por accidente de trabajo causan un importante impacto a la persona, a la empresa y a la sociedad en su conjunto, como consecuencia del ausentismo laboral, la pérdida de productividad, los costos sanitarios, prestaciones económicas y los gastos de administración.

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Carlos F. Molina C., Institución Universitaria Tecnológico de Antioquia

Médico toxicólogo clínico, especialista en Salud Ocupacional. Estudiante de la 4ª cohorte del Doctorado en Epidemiología de la Facultad Nacional de Salud Pública, Universidad de Antioquia. Docente de la Institución Universitaria Tecnológico de Antioquia. Medellín, Colombia.

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2016-04-27

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Molina C. CF. Factores individuales asociados con accidentes laborales en trabajadores afiliados a dos Aseguradoras de Riesgo Profesionales de la ciudad de Medellín, 2012. Rev. Fac. Nac. Salud Pública [Internet]. 27 de abril de 2016 [citado 25 de septiembre de 2022];30(4.1):36-8. Disponible en: https://revistas.udea.edu.co/index.php/fnsp/article/view/26567

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