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Work-related psychosocial risk factors and musculoskeletal disorders in hospital nurses and nursing aides: a systematic review and meta-analysis.
OBJECTIVES To estimate the association between psychosocial risk factors in the workplace and musculoskeletal disorders (MSD) in nurses and aides. DESIGN Systematic review and meta-analysis. DATAExpand
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How do types of employment relate to health indicators? Findings from the Second European Survey on Working Conditions
STUDY OBJECTIVE To investigate the associations of various types of employment with six self reported health indicators, taking into account the part played by demographic variables, individualExpand
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Parental agricultural work and selected congenital malformations.
The authors conducted a case-control study in Comunidad Valenciana, Spain, to assess the relation between occupational exposure to pesticides, mainly as a result of agricultural work, and theExpand
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Distribution of sickness absence in the European Union countries
Aims: To determine the sickness absence frequency in European Union (EU) countries. Methods: Sickness absence was measured by questionnaire using the Third European Survey on Working Conditions.Expand
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The Employment Precariousness Scale (EPRES): psychometric properties of a new tool for epidemiological studies among waged and salaried workers
Background Despite the fact that labour market flexibility has resulted in an expansion of precarious employment in industrialised countries, to date there is limited empirical evidence concerningExpand
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Criteria and methods used for the assessment of fitness for work: a systematic review
The main findings from reports published in scientific journals on the criteria and methods used to assess fitness for work were reviewed. Systematic searches were made using internet engine searchesExpand
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Employment Precariousness and Poor Mental Health: Evidence from Spain on a New Social Determinant of Health
Background. Evidence on the health-damaging effects of precarious employment is limited by the use of one-dimensional approaches focused on employment instability. This study assesses the associationExpand
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Impact of economic crisis on mental health of migrant workers: what happened with migrants who came to Spain to work?
ObjectivesTo assess changes in mental health in a sample of migrant workers after the eruption of the economic crisis in Spain.Methods318 migrant workers were interviewed. Mental health,Expand
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Immigrant populations, work and health--a systematic literature review.
OBJECTIVES This paper summarizes the information on immigrant occupational health available from recent studies, incorporating varied study designs. METHODS A systematic search was carried out inExpand
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Gender inequalities in occupational health related to the unequal distribution of working and employment conditions: a systematic review
IntroductionGender inequalities exist in work life, but little is known about their presence in relation to factors examined in occupation health settings. The aim of this study was to identify andExpand
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