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The potential list is clearly much longer but the scope for the ergonomics discipline to be more closely engaged with the public agenda should be evident. Without the contribution of ergonomics thinking and methods the public health threats may not be tackled effectively. Conclusions Ergonomics has, hitherto, paid little systematic and sustained attention to the public health agenda. It has much to offer, particularly from a systems methodology. Simple mapping of public health concerns to the ergonomics perspective can identify needs and help in prioritising ergonomics applications.
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