SJWEH Supplements are open access, (mostly) non-peer-reviewed articles usually published in theme issues or as part of a series of papers from a conference or workshop. Scand J Work Environ Health stopped publishing SJWEH Supplements in 2009.

CONTENTS — SJWEH Supplements 2005; no 1


Occupational health services—in need of a new integrated paradigm


Basic occupational health services—their structure, content and objectives
Occupational health services as a key element of national occupational safety and health systems
Worklife changes challenge the object formation of occupational health services
Challenges in occupational safety and health from the global market economy and from demographic change—facts, trends, policy response and actual need for preventive occupational health services in Europe
New occupational health service system in Denmark
From occupational medicine to occupational health—the “new French revolution”
Early identification and brief intervention for risky drinkers in Finnish occupational health services
Health and economic impact of occupational health services
Children and other high-risk workers as a special challenge to occupational health services
Human resource needs of modern occupational health services––the case in Finland
CD-ROM-based training in hazard control
Occupational health nurses’ contribution to health care workers’ health
Contribution of occupational risk factors to the global burden of disease
Global estimates of traditional occupational risks
Needs and priorities in occupational safety and health for the enlarged European Union
How can European institutes in occupational safety and health respond to future needs?
The Finnish Institute of Occupational Health after 60 years—where to go from here?