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nr titel auteur tijdschrift jaar jaarg. afl. pagina('s) type
1 A logic model for a self-management program designed to help workers with persistent and disabling low back pain stay at work Longtin, Christian

67 2 p. 395-406
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2 Cardiovascular risk and quality of life in supermarket cashiers: The role of physical activity Torres, Renan

67 2 p. 459-465
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3 Comparison of work-related traffic crashes between male taxi drivers aged ≥65 years and <65 years in South Korea Shin, Dong Seok

67 2 p. 369-380
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4 Design and evaluation of a feed handle for a bench drilling machine Ashraf, Masood

67 2 p. 441-448
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5 Does objectively measured prolonged standing for desk work result in lower ratings of perceived low back pain than sitting? A systematic review and meta-analysis De Carvalho, Diana

67 2 p. 431-440
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6 Feasibility evaluation of a return-to-work program for workers with common mental disorders: Stakeholders’ perspectives Marois, Elyse

67 2 p. 331-343
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7 From the Editor Jacobs, Karen

67 2 p. 267-268
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8 How medical transport service professionals perceive risk/protective factors with regard to occupational burnout syndrome: Differences and similarities between an Anglo-American and Franco-German model Navarro Moya, P.

67 2 p. 295-312
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9 Identification of factors that influence occupational accidents in the petroleum industry: A qualitative approach Naghavi-Konjin, Zahra

67 2 p. 419-430
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10 Job satisfaction of certified employees in viticulture: A qualitative study Regel, Eva Anna

67 2 p. 467-475
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11 Logic models for the Therapeutic Return-to-Work Program as adapted for common mental disorders: A guide for health professionals Marois, Elyse

67 2 p. 345-358
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12 Modeling the causes-effect relationships among major accident predictors based on a fuzzy multi-criteria decision-making method Mohammadfam, Iraj

67 2 p. 313-321
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13 Neuro-enhancement among German junior physicians: Prevalence, reasons and associations to mental health outcomes and quality of life Mache, Stefanie

67 2 p. 285-293
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14 Perception of saudi college students on academic advising: A cross-sectional survey study Issrani, Rakhi

67 2 p. 359-368
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15 Performance pay and low-grade stress: An experimental study Allan, Julia L.

67 2 p. 449-457
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16 Perspectives on paid work among men and women with schizophrenia: The results of a two study comparison in Ireland Turner, Niall

67 2 p. 507-515
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17 Potential benefits of Yoga in pregnancy-related complications during the COVID-19 pandemic and implications for working women Nadholta, Pooja

67 2 p. 269-279
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18 Promising research fields in supply chain risk management and supply chain resilience and the gaps concerning human factors: A literature review Senna, Pedro

67 2 p. 487-498
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19 Relationship between mental workload and salivary cortisol levels: A field study Zoaktafi, Mojgan

67 2 p. 381-386
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20 Sedentary lifestyle among office workers and coronary heart disease risk factors due to the COVID-19 quarantine Najafabadi, Mahboubeh Ghayour

67 2 p. 281-283
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21 Teaching emotional and social competencies: Efficacy of a work readiness program designed for vulnerable youth Crane, A. Geoffrey

67 2 p. 407-418
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22 The effect of work-related psychosocial stressors on musculoskeletal disorder symptoms in hospital attendants Salmani Nodooshan, H.

67 2 p. 477-486
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23 The effects of bright light treatment via ear canals on quality of sleep and depressive mood among overworked employees: A randomized-controlled clinical trial Kinoshita, Tetsu

67 2 p. 323-329
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24 Validity and reliability of the Persian version of the Quick Exposure Check (QEC) in Iranian construction workers Mokhtarinia, Hamid Reza

67 2 p. 387-394
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25 What are psychosocial risk factors for entrepreneurs to become unfit for work? A qualitative exploration Lek, J.

67 2 p. 499-506
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