We are proud to present the third edition of International SOS health magazine, Clinic Care.
Clinic Care provides our readers with interesting and informative information that promotes general health and wellness. Readers can learn and hear from our very own experts; Dr Salwan Ibrahim discusses the Ebola crisis – including a prediction of what to expect in 2015.
In an article on the health risks associated with smoking, Dr Michael Couturie answers questions on the effectiveness of Nicotine replacement therapy.
The centre page features our Health Risk Map in poster-size and the back of the magazine is a dedicated children's section, with fun-filled educational activities.
Other articles include:
Heat in the work place
We hope you are able to use Clinic Care as an educational reference guide as well as a tool to improve your own health and those of others. We encourage all clinics to provide the magazine and use it as a main communications piece in waiting rooms and reception areas.
Our doctors provide medical assessments to evaluate a person’s physical and mental health in addition to assessing the health impact of the hazards particular to each specific worksite environment. Education and the access to information are very important to ensure a healthier, more stable and productive workforce.
Prevention through the correct care is what we aim to promote through this edition by providing information and valuable tools to you, your family, employees and companies.
We believe that Clinic Care will continue to be a source of support to International SOS’ vision to extend its worldwide reach and human touch even further.