This podcast covers a presentation I made to the Society of Occupational Medicine earlier this month. I look at the types of OH services and resources needed to make a succinct, relevant, safe and punchy report.
Don't go for long templates - managers are busy people. The report needs to be in everyday language and follow a chronological or logical order. Don't show off by using long medical words and try and write like you talk; that way the report is most useful to all readers, whether the worker, the manager and the client, in fact, everyone who might have access.
It's good to consider resources when preparing a report and there are many productivity apps that I use (no affiliations with any links) for mind mapping and grammar and even ease of reading.
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