Self-reported occupational health issues among Lithuanian dentists.

@article{Puriene2008SelfreportedOH,
  title={Self-reported occupational health issues among Lithuanian dentists.},
  author={A. Puriene and J. Aleksejuniene and J. Petrauskiene and I. Bal{\vc}iūnienė and Vilija Janulytė},
  journal={Industrial health},
  year={2008},
  volume={46 4},
  pages={
          369-74
        }
}
This article describes the second phase of a large study of Lithuanian dentists' health, and focuses on self-reported physical health complaints, general health state and associations between the two. In 2006, a postal questionnaire survey of all (N=2,449) licensed dentists registered with the Lithuanian Dental Association was conducted, obtaining a response rate of 68.2%. Fatigue (94.7%) and back pain (91.0%) were the most prevalent physical complaints reported, and they were also the most… Expand
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