Author: Rugulies R

Original article 2022;48(4):302-311   pdf
Emotional demands at work and risk of hospital-treated depressive disorder in up to 1.6 million Danish employees: a prospective nationwide register-based cohort study
Madsen IEH, Sørensen JK, Bruun JE, Framke E, Burr H, Melchior M, Sivertsen B, Stansfeld S, Kivimäki M, Rugulies R
 
Editorial 2021;47(7):483-487   pdf full text
Understanding the impact of psychosocial working conditions on workers’ health: we have come a long way, but are we there yet?
Madsen IEH, Rugulies R
 
Original article 2021;47(8):609-618   pdf full text
Are resident handlings in eldercare wards associated with musculoskeletal pain and sickness absence among the workers? A prospective study based on onsite observations
Januario LB, Mathiassen SE, Stevens ML, Holtermann A, Bergström G, Rugulies R, Karstad K, Hallman DM
 
Original article 2021;47(8):582-590   pdf full text
Exposure to workplace violence and threats and risk of depression: a prospective study
Rudkjoebing LA, Hansen ÅM, Rugulies R, Kolstad H, Bonde JP
 
Original article 2021;47(6):456-465   pdf
Reducing employee turnover in hospitals: estimating the effects of hypothetical improvements in the psychosocial work environment
Mathisen J, Nguyen T-L, Jensen JH, Rugulies R, Rod NH
 
Editorial 2021;47(4):245-247   pdf full text
The COVID-19 pandemic: one year later – an occupational perspective
Burdorf A, Porru F, Rugulies R
 
Editorial 2020;46(6):554-556   pdf full text
Causal inference and evidence-based recommendations in occupational health and safety research
Rugulies R, Burdorf A
 
Editorial 2020;46(5):455-456   pdf full text
Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment and Health goes full open access
Rugulies R, Burdorf A
 
Original article 2021;47(1):15-21   pdf full text
Work factors facilitating working beyond state pension age: Prospective cohort study with register follow-up
Andersen LL, Thorsen SV, Larsen M, Sundstrup E, Boot CRL, Rugulies R
 
Editorial 2020;46(3):229-230   pdf full text
The COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic: consequences for occupational health
Burdorf A, Porru F, Rugulies R
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