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Multiprofessional teams resolving indoor-air problems—emphasis on the psychosocial perspective

Author(s): Marjaana Lahtinen | Sanna Lappalainen | Kari Reijula

Journal: SJWEH Supplements
ISSN 1795-9926

Issue: 4;
Start page: 30;
Date: 2008;
Original page

Keywords: sick building | risk communication | participative action | indoor environment | good practice | psychosocial perspective | indoor air | indoor-air problem | multiprofessional team

This article presents a strategy for managing and solving complex or severe indoor environment problems. The proposed model emphasizes the importance of target- and process-oriented, systematic action and multiprofessional teamwork. Furthermore, a genuine participative approach that encourages the occupants of the building to take part in the problem-solving process is considered essential. Managing the social and human aspects in the critical phases of the process plays a significant role in resolving indoor-air problems.
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