Key term: pain

Original article 2019;45(4):386-395   pdf
The effect of strengthening health literacy in nursing homes on employee pain and consequences of pain ‒ a stepped-wedge intervention trial
Larsen AK, Thygesen LC, Mortensen OS, Punnett L, Jørgensen MB
 
Original article 2019;45(3):239-247   pdf full text
Mechanical and psychosocial work exposures: the construction and evaluation of a gender-specific job exposure matrix (JEM)
Hanvold TN, Sterud T, Kristensen P, Mehlum IS
 
Original article 2019;45(2):126-133   pdf full text
Bi-directional relation between effort‒reward imbalance and risk of neck-shoulder pain: assessment of mediation through depressive symptoms using occupational longitudinal data
Halonen JI, Lallukka T, Virtanen M, Rod NH, Magnusson Hanson LL
 
Original article 2018;44(5):521-529   pdf full text
The association of adolescent spinal-pain-related absenteeism with early adulthood work absenteeism: A six-year follow-up data from a population-based cohort
Coenen P, Smith A, Kent P, Harris M, Linton SJ, Pransky G, Beales D, O’Sullivan P, Straker L
 
Original article 2018;44(5):530-538   pdf full text
Prolonged sitting at work is associated with a favorable time course of low-back pain among blue-collar workers: a prospective study in the DPhacto cohort
Korshøj M, Jørgensen MB, Hallman DM, Lagersted-Olsen J, Holtermann A, Gupta N
 
Original article 2018;44(3):291-302   pdf
Comprehensive profiles of psychological and social work factors as predictors of site-specific and multi-site pain
Christensen JO, Nielsen MB, Finne LB, Knardahl S
 
Original article 2018;44(3):283-290   pdf
Negative social acts and pain: evidence of a workplace bullying and 5-HTT genotype interaction
Jacobsen DP, Nielsen MB, Einarsen S, ­Gjerstad J
 
Original article 2018;44(2):156-162   pdf full text
Prediction models to identify workers at risk of sick leave due to low-back pain in the Dutch construction industry
Bosman LC, Dijkstra L, Joling CI, Heymans MW, Twisk JWR, Roelen CAM
 
Original article 2018;44(2):163-170   pdf full text
Is self-reported time spent sedentary and in physical activity differentially biased by age, gender, body mass index, and low-back pain?
Gupta N, Heiden M, Mathiassen SE, Holtermann A
 
Original article 2018;44(1):47-57   pdf full text
Time course of neck-shoulder pain among workers: A longitudinal latent class growth analysis
Hallman DM, Rasmussen CDN, Jørgensen MB, Holtermann A
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