Key term: JEM

Original article 2022;48(6):479-489   pdf full text
Time trends in occupational exposure to chemicals in Sweden: proportion exposed, distribution across demographic and labor market strata, and exposure levels
Gustavsson P, Wiebert P, Tinnerberg H, Bodin T, Linnersjö A, Hed Myrberg I, Albin M, Selander J
 
Original article 2022;48(6):435-445   pdf full text
Psychosocial job stressors and risk of suicidal behavior – an observational study among Swedish men
Åberg M, Staats E, Robertson J, Schiöler L, Torén K, LaMontagne AD, Söderberg M, Waern M, Nyberg J
 
Original article 2022;48(6):490-497   pdf full text
Associations between single and combined occupational mechanical exposures and surgery for subacromial impingement syndrome: a nationwide Danish cohort study
Dalbøge A, Frost P, Andersen JH, Svendsen SW
 
Original article 2022;48(1):61-70   pdf full text
Exposure to a SARS-CoV-2 infection at work: development of an international job exposure matrix (COVID-19-JEM)
Oude Hengel KM, Burdorf A, Pronk A, Schlünssen V, Stokholm ZA, Kolstad HA, van Veldhoven K, Basinas I, van Tongeren M, Peters S
 
Original article 2021;47(2):154-162   pdf full text
Breast cancer among Danish women occupationally exposed to diesel exhaust and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, 1964–2016
Pedersen JE, Strandberg-Larsen K, Andersson M, Hansen J
 
Original article 2021;47(1):33-41   pdf full text
Occupational exposure to noise in relation to pregnancy-related hypertensive disorders and diabetes
Lissåker CT, Gustavsson P, Albin M, Ljungman P, Bodin T, Sjöström M, Selander J
 
Original article 2020;46(5):542-551   pdf full text
Psychosocial work exposures of the job strain model and cardiovascular mortality in France: results from the STRESSJEM prospective study
Niedhammer I, Milner A, Geoffroy-Perez B, Coutrot T, LaMontagne AD, Chastang J-F
 
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
 
Original article 2020;46(5):498-507   pdf full text
Persistent and changing job strain and risk of coronary heart disease. A population-based cohort study of 1.6 million employees in Denmark
Rugulies R, Framke E, Sørensen JK, Svane-Petersen AC, Alexanderson K, Bonde JP, Farrants K, Flachs EM, Magnusson Hanson LL, Nyberg ST, Kivimäki M, Madsen IEH
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