CONTENTS — volume 37, no 2, 2011


Return to work and job retention – increasingly important outcomes in occupational health research

Original article

1st place, PREMUS best paper competition: workplace and individual factors in wrist tendinosis among blue-collar workers − the San Francisco study
2nd place, PREMUS best paper competition: implementing return-to-work interventions for workers with low-back pain – a conceptual framework to identify barriers and facilitators
3rd place, PREMUS best paper competition: development of the return-to-work self-efficacy (RTWSE-19) questionnaire – psychometric properties and predictive validity
The effect of workplace intervention on pain and sickness absence caused by upper-extremity musculoskeletal disorders
No short-term respiratory effects among particle-exposed employees in the Stockholm subway
Self-reported symptoms and neuropsychological function among tunnel workers previously exposed to acrylamide and N-methylolacryl­amide
Airborne concentrations of benzene for dock workers at the ExxonMobil refinery and chemical plant, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA (1977–2005)
Immunoglobulin E-mediated sensitization to pine and beech dust in relation to wood dust exposure levels and respiratory symptoms in the furniture industry


Thomas E Widner