CONTENTS — volume 46, no 3, 2020


The COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic: consequences for occupational health
Although a valuable method in occupational epidemiology, job-exposure ­matrices are no magic fix


What is precarious employment? A systematic review of definitions and operationalizations from quantitative and qualitative studies

Original article

Applying two general population job exposure matrices to predict incident carpal tunnel syndrome: A cross-national approach to improve estimation of workplace physical exposures
Influence of errors in job codes on job exposure matrix-based exposure assessment in the register-based occupational cohort DOC*X
Acute myocardial infarction in relation to physical activities at work: a nationwide follow-up study based on job-exposure matrices
Predicting residential radon concentrations in Finland: Model development, validation, and application to childhood leukemia
Shift work and physical inactivity: findings from the Finnish Public Sector Study with objective working hour data
Do gender and psychosocial job stressors modify the relationship between disability and sickness absence: An investigation using 12 waves of a longitudinal cohort
Is the association between poor job control and common mental disorder explained by general perceptions of control? Findings from an Australian longitudinal cohort

Discussion paper

Precarious employment in occupational health – an OMEGA-NET working group position paper

Short communication

The impact of office design on medically certified sickness absence