Personal and psychosocial factors and symptoms compatible with sick building syndrome in the Swedish workforce.

@article{Runeson2006PersonalAP,
  title={Personal and psychosocial factors and symptoms compatible with sick building syndrome in the Swedish workforce.},
  author={Roma Runeson and Kurt G.I. Wahlstedt and Gunilla Wieslander and Dan Norb{\"a}ck},
  journal={Indoor air},
  year={2006},
  volume={16 6},
  pages={
          445-53
        }
}
A random sample of 1000 subjects (20-65 years of age) received a postal questionnaire regarding sick building syndrome (SBS), including the three-dimensional model of demand-control-support (DCS). The response rate was 70% (n = 695), and 532 were occupationally active. Female gender and atopy were the main predictors of symptoms. Eye symptoms were more common at low social support combined with strained work situation [odds ratio (OR) 2.37], and at high social support combined with active work… CONTINUE READING
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