Moving From Reactive to Proactive

Drs. Ann and Ray Jarris co-authored an article in the May 2017 edition of Pacific Fishing magazine. Emphasizing the importance of shifting from a “reactive to a proactive stance at all levels, from hiring to disembarking at the end of a voyage”, this article outlines key steps in ensuring the health and safety of mariners.
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About the Author:

Dr. Ann Jarris is a Maritime and Remote Medicine Specialist based out of Seattle, WA. She has practiced as a physician for over 15 years in urban and remote settings. Her experience is in occupational, emergency, wilderness and virtual medicine. Dr. Jarris leads innovation and research efforts at Discovery Health MD as Co-Founder and CEO.

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