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In order to investigate reasons for sick leave a survey was carried out in 1987 among all general practitioners on regular salary from the municipality of Oslo. 74% returned the questionnaire, 43 men and 38 women. Females had taken sick leave more often than their male colleagues during the last six months. The difference was statistically significant.… (More)
A questionnaire was sent to all general practitioners and nurses at municipal health centres in Oslo in 1987. 74% of the doctors and 64% of the nurses replied. Doctors and nurses judged both the content of the work and the organization of the working operations differently. Nurses were less satisfied than doctors with the content of the work, and female… (More)
The author reviews the Scandinavian and English literature on the working environment and health of female physicians. Important themes are job satisfaction, stress and causes of stress, job-home interface (role strain) and suicide. While the results concerning job satisfaction vary, most studies show that, compared with their male colleagues, female… (More)
A questionnaire was sent to all general practitioners at municipal health centres in Oslo in 1987. 74% of the doctors participated in the study, 38 women and 41 men. The results show that the major source of stress at work was high work load. The results also point to important gender differences. Compared with their male colleagues, the female general… (More)
The National Institute of Public Health has had a completely smoke-free environment since 1990. A survey of attitudes among employees shows that this was a positive experience. Nevertheless, smokers and non-smokers alike argue that the interests of smokers should have been taken better care of.