Key term: methodology

Letter to the Editor 2020;46(5):552-553   pdf full text
Not just a research method: If used with caution, can job-exposure matrices be a useful tool in the practice of occupational medicine and public health?
Fadel M, Evanoff BA, Andersen JH, d’Errico A, Dale AM, Leclerc A, Descatha A
 
Editorial 2020;46(3):231-234   pdf full text
Although a valuable method in occupational epidemiology, job-exposure ­matrices are no magic fix
Peters S
 
Editorial 2020;46(2):113-116   pdf full text
Advancing mediation analysis in occupational health research
Oude Groeniger J, Burdorf A
 
Original article 2019;45(3):248-255   pdf full text
Historical changes in chemical exposures encountered by Danish firefighters
Pedersen JE, Petersen KU, Hansen J
 
Editorial 2018;44(5):441-442   pdf full text
Could we have better occupational health guidelines, please?
Verbeek J
 
Editorial 2018;44(3):225-228   pdf
Shift work and cardiovascular disease – do the new studies add to our knowledge?
Härmä M, Gustavsson P, Kolstad HA
 
Review 2018;44(5):458-474   pdf full text
Productivity estimation in economic evaluations of occupational health and safety interventions: a systematic review
Steel J, Godderis L, Luyten J
 
Letter to the Editor 2016;42(3):251-255   pdf full text
Methodological and conceptual issues regarding occupational psychosocial coronary heart disease epidemiology
Burr H, Formazin M, Pohrt A
 
Original article 2012;38(6):516-526   pdf
Transitions between sickness absence, work, unemployment, and disability in Denmark 2004–2008
Pedersen J, Bjorner JB, Burr H, Christensen KB
 
Review 2010;36(4):273-288   pdf
Economic evaluations of occupational health interventions from a corporate perspective – a systematic review of methodological quality
Uegaki K, de Bruijne MC, Lambeek L, Anema JR, van der Beek AJ, van Mechelen W, van Tulder MW
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