Key term: method

Letter to the Editor [online first; 5 May 2020]   pdf
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
 
Amendments and corrections 2016;42(1):97-98   pdf full text
Re. Härmä M, Ropponen A, Hakola T, Koskinen A, Vanttola P, Puttonen S, Sallinen M, Salo P, Oksanen T, Pentti J, Vahtera J, Kivimäki M. Developing register-based measures for assessment of working time patterns for epidemiologic studies. Scand J Work Environ Health. 2015;41(3):268–279. doi: 10.5271/sjweh.3492
Härmä M, Ropponen A, Koskinen A, Vanttola P, Puttonen S, Sallinen M, Salo P, Oksanen T, Pentti J, Vahtera J, Kivimäki M
 
Original article 2015;41(3):268-279   pdf full text
Developing register-based measures for assessment of working time patterns for epidemiologic studies
Härmä M, Ropponen A, Hakola T, Koskinen A, Vanttola P, Puttonen S, Sallinen M, Salo P, Oksanen T, Pentti J, Vahtera J, Kivimäki M
 
1979;5 suppl 3:25-38   pdf
Epidemiologic screening of occupational neck and upper limb disorders. Methods and criteria.
Waris P, Kuorinka I, Kurppa K, Luopajärvi T, Virolainen M, Pesonen K, Nummi J, Kukkonen R
 
Supplement article 2005;31 suppl 2:96-103   pdf
Conceptual framework for the implementation of interventions in the construction industry
van der Molen HF, Sluiter JK, Hulshof CTJ, Vink P, van Duivenbooden C, Frings-Dresen MHW
 
Invited article 1999;25(6):491-497   pdf
Occupational cancer epidemiology in the coming decades
Blair A, Rothman N, Hoar Zahm S
 
Original article 1997;23(5):370-377   pdf
Possible bias from rating behavior when subjects rate both exposure and outcome
Toomingas A, Alfredsson L, Kilbom Å