Key term: long-term sickness absence

Original article [online first; 26 June 2022]   pdf
Predicting long-term sickness absence among retail workers after four days of sick-listing
Roelen CAM, Speklé M, Lissenberg-Witte BI, Heymans MW, van Rhenen W, Schaafsma FG
 
Original article [online first; 14 June 2022]   pdf
Chronic disorders, work-unit leadership quality and long-term sickness absence among 33 025 public hospital employees
Mehta AJ, Mathisen J, Nguyen T-L, Rugulies R, Hulvej Rod N
 
Original article [online first; 1 June 2022]   pdf
Combined psychosocial work factors and risk of long-term sickness absence in the general working population: Prospective cohort with register follow-up among 69 371 workers
Andersen LL, Vinstrup J, Thorsen SV, Pedersen J, Sundstrup E, Rugulies R
 
Original article 2022;48(2):137-147   pdf
How does accelerometry-measured arm elevation at work influence prospective risk of long-term sickness absence?
Gupta N, Rasmussen CL, Forsman M, Søgaard K, Holtermann A
 
Original article 2021;47(6):466-474   pdf
Sexual and gender harassment in Swedish workplaces: A prospective cohort study on implications for long-term sickness absence
Blindow K, Bondestam F, Johansson G, Bodin T, Westerlund H, Nyberg A
 
Original article 2020;46(4):373-381   pdf full text
Physical workload, long-term sickness absence, and the role of social capital. Multi-level analysis of a large occupation cohort
Török E, Clark AJ, Ersbøll AK, Bjorner JB, Holtermann A, Rugulies R, LaMontagne AD, Milner A, Rod NH
 
Original article 2019;45(6):610-621   pdf full text
Physical capability in midlife and risk of disability pension and long-term sickness absence: prospective cohort study with register follow-up
Sundstrup E, Hansen ÅM, Mortensen EL, Poulsen OM, Clausen T, Rugulies R, Møller A, Andersen LL
 
Original article 2019;45(4):413-420   pdf full text
Relational justice, economic fluctuations, and long-term sickness absence: a multi-cohort study
Peutere L, Ojala S, Lipiäinen L, Järvinen K-M, Saari T, Pyöriä P
 
Original article 2019;45(3):289-297   pdf full text
Labor market affiliation after deployment: Danish soldiers fare well, but face increased risk of long-term sickness absence when returning from Afghanistan
Elrond A, Stoltenberg C, Nissen L, Nielsen A, Pedersen J
 
Original article 2018;44(3):274-282   pdf
Prediction of long-term absence due to sickness in employees: development and validation of a multifactorial risk score in two cohort studies
Airaksinen J, Jokela M, Virtanen M, Oksanen T, Koskenvuo M, Pentti J, Vahtera J, Kivimäki M
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