Key term: mental health

Short communication 2020;46(6):639-644   pdf full text
The deterioration of mental health among healthcare workers during the COVID-19 outbreak: A population-based cohort study of workers in Japan
Sasaki N, Kuroda R, Tsuno K, Kawakami N
 
Original article 2020;46(5):480-487   pdf full text
Association of long working hours with accidents and suicide mortality in Korea
Lee H-E, Kim I, Kim H-R, Kawachi I
 
Original article 2020;46(5):488-497   pdf full text
Psychosocial working characteristics before retirement and depressive symptoms across the retirement transition: a longitudinal latent class analysis
Åhlin JK, Peristera P, Westerlund H, Magnusson Hanson LL
 
Original article 2020;46(5):469-479   pdf full text
The mediating effect of work-life interference on the relationship between work-time control and depressive and musculoskeletal symptoms
Albrecht SC, Kecklund G, Leineweber C
 
Original article 2020;46(4):364-372   pdf full text
Inpatient multimodal occupational rehabilitation reduces sickness absence among individuals with musculoskeletal and common mental health disorders: a randomized clinical trial
Gismervik SØ, Aasdahl L, Vasseljen O, Fors EA, Rise MB, Johnsen R, Hara K, Jacobsen HB, Pape K, Fleten N, Jensen C, Fimland MS
 
Original article 2020;46(4):392-401   pdf full text
How leadership behaviors influence the effects of job predictability and perceived employability on employee mental health – a multilevel, prospective study
Fløvik L, Knardahl S, Christensen JO
 
Original article 2020;46(4):350-355   pdf full text
Shift work and use of psychotropic medicine: a follow-up study with register linkage
Albertsen K, Hannerz H, Nielsen ML, Garde AH
 
Original article 2020;46(3):311-320   pdf full text
Is the association between poor job control and common mental disorder explained by general perceptions of control? Findings from an Australian longitudinal cohort
Too LS, Leach L, Butterworth P
 
Editorial 2019;45(6):529-532   pdf full text
Work and mental health: what do we know and how can we intervene?
Rugulies R, Aust B
 
Original article 2020;46(2):209-217   pdf full text
Status incongruence in human service occupations and implications for mild-to-severe depressive symptoms and register-based sickness absence: A prospective cohort study
Nyberg A, Johansson G, Westerlund H, Rostila M, Toivanen S
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