CONTENTS — volume 48, no 1, 2022

Published: 01 Jan 2022


An occupational exposure limit for welding fumes is urgently needed


Job strain and effort-reward imbalance as risk factors for type 2 diabetes mellitus: A systematic review and meta-analysis of prospective studies

Original article

Cancer-related changes and low-to-moderate exposure to welding fumes: A longitudinal study
Night and shift work and incidence of cerebrovascular disease – a prospective cohort study of healthcare employees in Stockholm
Changes in melatonin and sex steroid hormone production among men as a result of rotating night shift work – the HORMONIT study
COVID-19 mortality across occupations and secondary risks for elderly individuals in the household: A population register-based study
Exposure to a SARS-CoV-2 infection at work: development of an international job exposure matrix (COVID-19-JEM)
Screening for cognitive impairment among patients with work-related stress complaints in Denmark: validation and evaluation of objective and self-report tools

Amendments and corrections

Re: Videnros C, Selander J, Wiebert P, Albin M, Plato N, Borgquist S, Manjer J, Gustavsson P. Postmenopausal breast cancer and occupational exposure to chemicals. Scand J Work Environ Health. 2019;45(6):642–650. doi:10.5271/sjweh.3822