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Supplement article 2005;31 suppl 2:5-10   pdf
Occupational health in the construction industry
Snashall D
Editorial 2005;31(6):405-408   pdf
Assessing the psychosocial work environment—“subjective” versus “objective” measurement
Kompier M
Editorial 2005;31(5):325-327   pdf
Long workhours are a safety risk—causes and practical legislative implications
Kecklund G
Editorial 2005;31(4):245-247   pdf
Intervention for return to work—what is really effective?
Loisel P
Editorial 2005;31(3):165-167   pdf
Corporate interests as an obstacle to the primary prevention of cancer
Hagmar L, editor
Editorial 2005;31(2):85-97   pdf
Use of routinely collected occupational exposure data in register-based studies--a trade off between feasibility and misclassification
Kogevinas M, Hagmar L
Editorial 2005;31(1):1-2   pdf
Reversed causality--a need to revisit systems modeling of work-stress-health relationships
Kalimo R
Editorial 2004;30(6):421-423   pdf
Occupational exposure to air pollutants, inflammation and ischemic heart disease
Sjögren B
Editorial 2004;30(5):337-338   pdf
Lack of randomization in occupational epidemiology
Kristensen P
Editorial 2004;30(4):257-259   pdf
Men-the weaker sex? Unexpected results of a systematic review on work exposures and musculoskeletal disorders.
Leino-Arjas P
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