CONTENTS — volume 36, no 1, 2010

Editorial

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The role of assessment of biomechanical exposure at the workplace in the prevention of musculoskeletal disorders

Reviews

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Systematic evaluation of observational methods assessing biomechanical exposures at work

Original article

Effectiveness of an ergonomic intervention on the productivity of workers with upper-extremity disorders – a randomized controlled trial
Prognostic factors for long-term sickness absence among employees with neck–shoulder and low-back pain
Effort–reward imbalance and one-year change in neck–shoulder and upper extremity pain among call center computer operators
Work-related and psychological determinants of multisite musculoskeletal pain
Occupational class differences in leisure-time physical inactivity – contribution of past and current physical workload and other working conditions
Cancer incidence among short- and long-term workers in the Norwegian silicon carbide industry

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