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Stockholm University

The Swedish Longitudinal Occupational Survey of Health (SLOSH) is a unique prospective study on work environment and health. SLOSH was initiated by the Stress Research Institute at Stockholm University in 2006 and aims t...

  • Hugo Westerlund, Stockholm University, Stress Research Institute
Published: 2015-06-18

Lund University

Primary outcome variables: pain neck / shoulder and elbow / hand. Primary exposures: Physical exertion (ergonomic factors) and psychosocial work environment (demand-control, fatigue, etc.). Monitoring will take place 2 ½...

  • Inger Arvidsson, Lund University and Region Skåne, Department of Occupation and Environmental Medicine,Department of Laboratory Medicine and och Occupation and Environmental Medicine, Laboratory Medicine Skåne
  • Catarina Nordander, Lund University and Region Skåne, Department of Occupation and Environmental Medicine,Department of Laboratory Medicine and och Occupation and Environmental Medicine, Laboratory Medicine Skåne
  • Jenny Gremark-Simonsen, Lund University and Region Skåne, Department of Occupation and Environmental Medicine,Department of Laboratory Medicine and och Occupation and Environmental Medicine, Laboratory Medicine Skåne
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Published: 2013-09-11

Arbetslivsinstitutet

In studies regarding occupation exposure to extremly low frequent (50 - 60 Hz) electric and magnetic fields have some disorders in biologic systems been reported. In the late 60's and the beginning of the 70's, functiona...

  • Rose-Marie Herlin, National Institute for Working Life, Work and Health
Published: 2007-01-01
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Arbetslivsinstitutet

The study group consisted of about 1500 computer users, within different occupational groups where computers were daily used. Information about physical, psycological and social working related factors and individual fa...

  • Ewa Wigaeus Tornqvist, National Institute for Working Life, Work and Health
Published: 2006-01-01
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Arbetslivsinstitutet

There are a range of problems associated with job on call centres. A range of problems associated with the job have become apparent, with time pressure, performance monitoring via computer, monitoring of phone calls, erg...

  • Allan Toomingas, National Institute for Working Life, Work and Health
  • Kerstin Norman, National Institute for Working Life, Work and Health
  • Ewa Wigaeus Tornqvist, National Institute for Working Life, Work and Health
Published: 2006-01-01
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