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por Eloiza Doris Bryde (2019-03-14)

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BUSS, Paulo Marchiori Health promotion and quality of life. The proof is strongthe top quartile of publicly traded companies in McKinsey's Organizational Health Índice (OHI) delivers roughly three times the returns to shareholders as those in the bottom quartileso strong, indeed, that we've almost come to take it for granted.

Water quality is an essential factor for the maintenance of an adequate environment, and according to Pedrazzani et al. (2007), environmental factors that are the focus of attention of research on site de estética stress in fish, both by industry and by research groups in welfare.

The interview took, conectado average, 40 minutes (23-79 minutes) (41 minutes for individuals in RRT for HD and 36 minutes for individuals in RRT by DPA), being that, given the specificity and duration of treatment of patients in HD, the interviews tended to be longer given that, sometimes, the rhythm of the same would have to be slowed down depending disponível the patient's conditions and generally, corresponded to cases in which individuals asked for help to clarify desapareces issues about their problems.

The fact that police officers in São Paulo had the lowest prevalence in the advanced stages of stress and, at the same time, perceived their profession as very stressful, may be explained by the fact that officers in a large city as Sao Paulo have more readily access to health care facilities and more awareness of the need to seek help when stressed out.

For Riella, 1 chronic renal patient experiences a sudden change in life, live with limitations, with the painful treatment that is hemodialysis, spend time thinking about death, but coexists with the possibility to undergo a kidney transplant and the expectation of improving their quality of life.

Thus, occupational health has come to be understood as an important strategy not only to guarantee workers' health, but also to contribute to motivation and satisfaction at work, productivity, product quality and, consequently, general improvement in the quality of life of individuals and of society as a whole9.

It provides young people with information, education and communication (IEC) and behaviour change communication (BCC) around sexual and reproductive health; it works on the prevention, diagnosis and management of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) includind HIV; it provides post-abortion care and support; it provides care for victims of gender-based violence (GBV); and it advocates strongly at government level for legislation to prevent GBV.

This has led to greater attention being paid to the effects of occupational stress and psychosocial risks in attempts to establish rules and policies in several countries, such as, for example, in Canada (Duxbury & Higgins, 2012), Luxembourg (EU-OSHA, 2009), the Nordic countries (Hansen, Lidsmoes, Laursen & Mathiassen (2015) as well as in Japan, Sweden, Singapore and Spain, among others (ILO, 2016).