CONTENTS — volume 18, suppl 2, 1992

Original article

Occupational epidemics in the 1990s. 5th US-Finnish joint symposium on occupational safety and health. Cincinnati, Ohio, June 9-12, 1992.
Priority setting and evaluation as tools for planning research strategy.
Work ability of aging workers.
Comparison of job demands, control and psychosomatic complaints at different career stages of managers in Finland and the United States.
Coping with job stress by managers at different career stages in Finland and the United States.
Estimates from the National Health Interview Survey on occupational injury among older workers in the United States.
Work and retirement attitudes of 50- to 64-year-old people at work and on pension.
Reference values for amplitudes and conduction velocities obtained from a cohort of middle-aged and retired workers.
Prevention of reproductive health hazards at work.
Data gaps and new methodologies in the assessment of male fecundity in occupational field studies.
Power analyses and immunoassays for measuring reproductive hormones in urine to assess female reproductive potential in field studies.
Effects of parental occupational exposure to solvents and lead on spontaneous abortion.
Epidemiologic studies of adverse reproductive outcomes in working populations.
Reproductive toxicity of ethylene glycol monomethyl ether, ethylene glycol monoethyl ether and their acetates.
A model agricultural health promotion systems program for building state-based agricultural safety and health infrastructures.
Implications for the use of E codes of the International Classification of Diseases and narrative data in identifying tractor-related deaths in agriculture, United States, 1980-1986.
Morbidity and risk factors of Finnish farmers.
Occupational fatalities in the fishing, logging and air transport industries in Alaska, 1991.
Endotoxin and complement activation in an analysis of environmental dusts from a horse barn.
Analysis of environmental histamine from agricultural dust.
Development of analytical methods for agricultural chemicals.
Evaluative research and methods development for the assessment of training effectiveness in occupational respiratory protection.
Biological monitoring at the Institute of Occupational Health.
Measurement of interleukin 1 in pulmonary reactions induced by agricultural dusts.
Interleukin 1 and its inhibition in an inflammatory reaction caused by Aspergillus umbrosus.
Biological monitoring for occupational exposures to ortho-toluidine and aniline.
Response of the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health to an occupational health risk from exposure to ortho-toluidine and aniline.
Use of biomarkers of occupational musculoskeletal disorders in epidemiology and laboratory animal model development.
Occupational injuries and fatalities among health care workers in the United States.
Work organization and well-being of Finnish health care personnel.
Continued need for strategies to prevent needlestick injuries and occupational exposures to bloodborne pathogens.
Health care workers, tuberculosis, and the human immunodeficiency virus epidemic.
Occupational exposures to aerosolized pharmaceuticals and control strategies.
Control of anesthetic gases in dental operatories.
Study design for the characterization of aerosols during surgical procedures.
Stress symptoms, burnout and suicidal thoughts of Finnish physicians.
Application of a portable test battery in the assessment of fatigue in laboratory and worksite studies of 12-hour shifts.
Relation of age to circadian adjustment to night work.
Psychosocial and work organization risk factors for cumulative trauma disorders in the hands and wrists of newspaper employees.
Stress and change among bank directors and supervisors.
Ergonomic analysis to characterize task constraint and repetitiveness as risk factors for musculoskeletal disorders in telecommunication office work.
Occupational musculoskeletal disorders among supermarket cashiers.
Work load, psychophysiological strain and coping of innovation project management in industry.
Measurement of salivary immunoglobulin A as an immunologic biomarker of job stress.