Typescript and offprint of Nancy Tait, Jean Robinson and John Heath (1979) ‘National priorities in occupational disease: the family and the community’, in ‘Arh hig rada toksikol ['Archives of Industrial Hygiene and Toxicology']’ 30 (supplement), 1515-1521.
This was based on a presentation at the xix International Congress on Occupational Health ‘Organisational and Social Aspects of Occupational Health’, Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia, 25-30 September 1978.
Jean Robinson (b. 1930, née Lynch) was one of the original SPAID trustees. She was a patient activist and had been a member of several patient groups when she became the chair of the Patients Association in 1973. In 1979 she became a lay member of the General Medical Council (GMC).