Key term: occupational health

Amendments and corrections 2009;35(5):400-400   pdf
Re: Messing K, Tissot F, Stock SR. Should studies of risk factors for musculoskeletal disorders be stratified by gender? Lessons from the 1998 Québec Health and Social Survey. Scand J Work Environ Health. 2009;35(2):96–112.
Messing K, Stock SR, Tissot F
 
Review 2009;35(4):261-281   pdf
Common prognostic factors of work disability among employees with a chronic somatic disease: a systematic review of cohort studies
Detaille SI, Heerkens YF, Engels JA, van der Gulden JWJ, van Dijk FJH
 
Original article 2009;35(3):222-232   pdf
Self-reported versus expert-assessed work-relatedness of pain in the neck, shoulder, and arm
Mehlum IS, Veiersted KB, Wærsted M, Wergeland E, Kjuus H
 
Review 2009;35(3):163-179   pdf
Shift work and the risk of ischemic heart disease – a systematic review of the epidemiologic evidence
Frost P, Kolstad HA, Bonde JP
 
Editorial 2009;35(2):81-83   pdf
Gender and occupational health
Messing K, Silverstein BA
 
Original article 2009;35(2):96-112   pdf
Should studies of risk factors for musculoskeletal disorders be stratified by gender? Lessons from the 1998 Québec Health and Social Survey
Messing K, Stock SR, Tissot F
 
Discussion paper 2009;35(2):127-135   pdf
Exploring gender, work and living conditions and health - suggestions for contextual and comprehensive approaches
Härenstam A
 
Editorial 2009;35(1):1-5   pdf
Work ability—a comprehensive concept for occupational health research and prevention
Ilmarinen J
 
Discussion paper 2008;34(6):471-478   pdf
Sharpening the focus on occupational safety and health in nanotechnology
Schulte P, Geraci C, Zumwalde R, Hoover M, Castranova V, Kuempel E, Murashov V, Vainio H, Savolainen K
 
Original article 2008;34(6):438-443   pdf
Sick leave among native and immigrant workers in Spain—a 6-month follow-up study
Soler-González J, Serna M-C, Bosch A, Ruiz M-C, Huertas E, Rué M
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