Key term: editorial

Editorial 2018;44(1):1-2   pdf full text
Water, rest, shade: Can simple actions stop an epidemic of chronic kidney disease of unknown etiology among farm workers in Central America?
Broberg K
Editorial 2017;43(6):505-508   pdf full text
Environmental noise and breast cancer risk?
Hansen J
Editorial 2017;43(5):393-395   pdf full text
Analytical strategies to determine whether job strain is an important risk factor for occurrence of low-back pain
Burdorf A, LaMontagne AD
Editorial 2017;43(4):291-293   pdf full text
On effort–reward imbalance and depression
Theorell T
Editorial 2017;43(3):191-195   pdf full text
Advances in occupational traumatic injury research
Lombardi DA
Editorial 2017;43(2):97-98   pdf full text
Mortality of Shift Workers
Knutsson A
Editorial 2017;43(1):1-4   pdf full text
Addressing long-term sickness absence: moving beyond disease, illness and work-related factors for effective prevention
van Amelsvoort LGPM, Jansen NWH, Kant I
Editorial 2016;42(5):355-358   pdf full text
Organizational stress management interventions: Is it the singer not the song?
Kompier M, Aust B
Editorial 2016;42(4):257-259   pdf full text
To RCT or not to RCT: evidence on effectiveness of return-to-work interventions
Burdorf A, van der Beek AJ
Editorial 2016;42(3):177-180   pdf full text
A history of the Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment & Health
Smith DR
Editorial 2016;42(2):99-102   pdf full text
On the scarring effects of job insecurity (and how they can be explained)
De Witte H
Editorial 2016;42(1):1-2   pdf full text
The law, the researcher, and occupational health
Fassier J-B
Editorial 2015;41(6):509-510   pdf full text
Work characteristics and health: how to analyze change
Boot CRL
Editorial 2015;41(5):421-424   pdf full text
Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment & Health: 40 years of innovative research with societal impact in the field of occupational health
Härmä M, Viikari-Juntura E, O'Donoghue-Lindy L
Editorial 2015;41(4):325-327   pdf full text
Understanding the role of work in socioeconomic health inequalities
Burdorf A
Editorial 2015;41(2):107-110   pdf full text
Chronic low back pain, chronic disability at work, chronic management issues
Petit A, Fouquet N, Roquelaure Y
Editorial 2015;41(1):1-4   pdf full text
Epidemics of asbestos-related diseases – something old, something new
Vainio H
Editorial 2014;40(6):539-541   pdf full text
Workplace interventions: a challenge for promoting long-term health among shift workers
Lowden A, Moreno C
Editorial 2014;40(5):437-440   pdf full text
Let’s study how worker health affects the psychosocial work environment
van Hooff MLM, Taris TW
Editorial 2014;40(4):331-333   pdf full text
The importance of preventing work-related disability
Burdorf A, Järvholm B, Härmä M
Editorial 2014;40(3):211-213   pdf full text
Medication use as an outcome variable in environmental (noise) epidemiology
Barregard L, Stansfeld S
Editorial 2014;40(2):105-108   pdf full text
Rest breaks – a countermeasure for work-related injuries?
Sallinen M
Editorial 2013;39(6):531-533   pdf full text
Psychosocial work characteristics and sleep – a well-known but poorly understood association
Härmä M
Editorial 2013;39(5):427-429   pdf full text
Should construction workers work harder to improve their health?
Verbeek J
Editorial 2013;39(4):321-323   pdf full text
Physical workload – a risk factor for miscarriage?
Lindbohm M-L
Editorial 2013;39(3):217-220   pdf full text
The obesity epidemic in the occupational health context
Bonde JPE, Viikari-Juntura E
Editorial 2013;39(2):121-124   pdf full text
Understanding mechanisms: opening the “black box” in observational studies
Kristensen P, Aalen OO
Editorial 2012;38(6):485-488   pdf
The need for novel strategies to analyze the dynamic pattern of worker’s health over time and the consequences for sustained employability
Burdorf A
Editorial 2012;38(5):391-392   pdf
Is retirement beneficial or harmful to mental health?
Härmä M
Editorial 2012;38(4):291-297   pdf
Worktime control: theoretical conceptualization, current empirical knowledge, and research agenda
Beckers DGJ, Kompier MAJ, Kecklund G, Härmä M
Editorial 2012;38(3):187-192   pdf
Studying the effect of the psychosocial work environment on risk of ill-health: towards a more comprehensive assessment of working conditions
Rugulies R
Editorial 2012;38(2):89-91   pdf
How should methods for return to work be evaluated?
Järvholm B
Editorial 2012;38(1):1-3   pdf
Noise and ischemic heart disease
Bonde JP, Kolstad HA
Editorial 2011;37(6):451-453   pdf
Adding more years to the work careers of an aging workforce – what works?
Härmä M
Editorial 2011;37(4):259-261   pdf
Understanding the causal relations between psychosocial factors at work and health – a circular process
Kompier MAJ, Taris TW
Editorial 2011;37(3):169-171   pdf
What constitutes an unsafe work schedule?
Tucker P
Editorial 2010;36(6):433-434   pdf
Stress at work – a risk factor for depression?
Virtanen M
Editorial 2010;36(5):349-355   pdf
Physical activity and cardiovascular mortality – disentangling the roles of work, fitness, and leisure
Krause N
Editorial 2010;36(4):269-271   pdf
How do we know if monetary incentives are effective and efficient for controlling health and safety risks at work?
Verbeek J
Editorial 2010;36(3):185-187   pdf
Increasing evidence of physical loads as risk factors for specific shoulder disorders
Viikari-Juntura E
Editorial 2010;36(2):81-84   pdf
Shift work and health – how to proceed?
Härmä M, Kecklund G
Editorial 2010;36(1):1-2   pdf
The role of assessment of biomechanical exposure at the workplace in the prevention of musculoskeletal disorders
Burdorf A
Editorial 2009;35(6):401-402   pdf
The economic dimension of occupational health and safety
Verbeek J
Editorial 2009;35(5):321-324   pdf
Improving work ability in construction workers – let’s get to work
Welch LS
Editorial 2009;35(4):241-243   pdf
The importance of the psychosocial work environment for employee well-being and work motivation
Sverke M
Editorial 2009;35(3):157-161   pdf
Settling the question – the next review on shift work and heart disease in 2019
Bøggild H
Editorial 2009;35(2):81-83   pdf
Gender and occupational health
Messing K, Silverstein BA
Editorial 2009;35(1):1-5   pdf
Work ability—a comprehensive concept for occupational health research and prevention
Ilmarinen J
Editorial 2008;34(6):407-409   pdf
Role of occupational hygiene research in the control of occupational health risks from engineered nanoparticles
Schneider T
Editorial 2008;34(5):323-325   pdf
Psychosocial factors at work and musculoskeletal disorders
Kompier MAJ, van der Beek AJ
Editorial 2008;34(4):235-238   pdf
Inequalities in health, social causation and the role of occupation
Kristensen P
Editorial 2008;34(3):165-167   pdf
Moose Consort Strobe and Miame Stard Remark or how can we improve the quality of reporting studies
Verbeek J
Editorial 2008;34(2):81-82   pdf
The importance of solid employment for health
Burdorf A
Editorial 2008;34(1):1-3   pdf
Shift work among women—a century-old health issue in occupational health
Härmä M
Editorial 2007;33(6):401-404   pdf
Physical activity and cardiovascular health—work and leisure differ
Kukkonen-Harjula K
Editorial 2007;33(5):321-323   pdf
Does shift work cause cancer?
Pukkala E, Härmä M
Editorial 2007;33(4):241-243   pdf
Focus and future of occupational health journals
Viikari-Juntura E, Burdorf A
Editorial 2007;33(3):161-164   pdf
Economic evaluation in occupational health—its goals, challenges, and opportunities
Burdorf A
Editorial 2007;33(2):81-83   pdf
More systematic reviews needed to improve occupational health
Verbeek J
Editorial 2002;28 suppl 2:3-6   pdf
Environmental tobacco smoke—a major preventable cause of impaired health at work
Zitting A, Husgafvel-Pursiainen K, Rantanen J
Editorial 2007;33(1):1-3   pdf
Development of the Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment & Health—the challenge of relevance, speed and accessibility
Härmä M, Viikari-Juntura E
Editorial 2006;32(6):413-419   pdf
Work-related stress and health—risks, mechanisms and countermeasures
Härmä M, Kompier MAJ, Vahtera J
Editorial 2006;32(5):333-337   pdf
Burnout and functioning of the hypothalamus-pituitary-axis—there are no simple answers
Sonnentag S
Editorial 2006;32(4):253-255   pdf
Reducing sickness absenteeism at the workplace—what to do and how?
Martimo K-P
Editorial 2006;32(3):169-170   pdf
Establishing the health risks of exposure to radiofrequency fields requires multidisciplinary research
Hietanen M
Editorial 2006;32(2):89-90   pdf
Prevention of disability at work
Kristensen P
Editorial 2006;32(1):1-4   pdf
Expanding research on the economics of occupational health
Leigh JP
Supplement article 2005;31 suppl 2:5-10   pdf
Occupational health in the construction industry
Snashall D
Editorial 2005;31(6):405-408   pdf
Assessing the psychosocial work environment—“subjective” versus “objective” measurement
Kompier M
Editorial 2005;31(5):325-327   pdf
Long workhours are a safety risk—causes and practical legislative implications
Kecklund G
Editorial 2005;31(4):245-247   pdf
Intervention for return to work—what is really effective?
Loisel P
Editorial 2005;31(3):165-167   pdf
Corporate interests as an obstacle to the primary prevention of cancer
Hagmar L, editor
Editorial 2005;31(2):85-97   pdf
Use of routinely collected occupational exposure data in register-based studies--a trade off between feasibility and misclassification
Kogevinas M, Hagmar L
Editorial 2005;31(1):1-2   pdf
Reversed causality--a need to revisit systems modeling of work-stress-health relationships
Kalimo R
Editorial 2004;30(6):421-423   pdf
Occupational exposure to air pollutants, inflammation and ischemic heart disease
Sjögren B
Editorial 2004;30(5):337-338   pdf
Lack of randomization in occupational epidemiology
Kristensen P
Editorial 2004;30(4):257-259   pdf
Men-the weaker sex? Unexpected results of a systematic review on work exposures and musculoskeletal disorders.
Leino-Arjas P
Editorial 2004;30(3):173-177   pdf
Expo[not-so]sure... Reflections on a Tricky Issue in musculoskeletal research.
Mathiassen SE
Editorial 2004;30(2):81-83   pdf
Assessing methodological quality and biological plausibility in occupational health psychology
Kompier M, Taris TW
Editorial 2004;30(1):1-3   pdf
Genetic biomarkers and occupational epidemiology-recollections, reflections and reconsiderations
Vainio H
Editorial 2003;29(5):325-327   pdf
Can we cope with a shortage of time at work?
Sallinen M
Editorial 2003;29(4):247-250   pdf
Regulatory actions to prevent work-related musculoskeletal disorders-the use of research-based exposure limits
Fallentin N
Editorial 2003;29(3):167-169   pdf
Are long workhours a health risk?
Härmä M
Editorial 2003;29(2):83-84   pdf
Is the life expectancy of anesthesiologists decreased?
Hagmar L
Editorial 2003;29(1):1-4   pdf
Challenges in longitudinal designs in occupational health psychology
Taris TW, Kompier M
Editorial 2002;28(6):367-369   pdf
Improving exposure assessment requires measurements and modeling
Schneider T
Editorial 2002;28(5):289-292   pdf
Are pushing and pulling strong risk factors for occupational shoulder disorders?
Nelson NA
Editorial 2002;28(4):211-213   pdf
Static muscular load, an increasing hazard in modern information technology
Takala E-P
Editorial 2002;28(3):137-140   pdf
Can health promotion at the workplace help prevent cancer?
Vainio H, Stayner L
Editorial 2002;28(2):73-74   pdf
Worksite physical activity - a useful, but not sufficient action for promoting work-related health and productivity
Härmä M
Editorial 2002;28(1):1-4   pdf
The psychosocial work environment and health - what do we know and where should we go?
Kompier M
Editorial 2001;27(6):361-364   pdf
A new employment contract
Aronsson G
Editorial 2001;27(5):297-298   pdf
Limited evidence for conservative treatment methods for work-related neck and upper-limb disorders - should we be worried?
Viikari-Juntura E
Editorial 2001;27(4):217-218   pdf
Acrylamide in tunnel construction - new (or old) lessons to be learned?
Kjuus H
Editorial 2001;27(3):157-160   pdf
Work-related factors and mortality - what is the burden?
Hernberg S
Editorial 2001;27(1):1-4   pdf
How confident can we be that acrylonitrile is not a human carcinogen?
Hagmar L