Occupational and Environmental Medicine
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- Ovid from 2001, CSA, Endocrine, Gale, BMJ Group, Ama, Aacr, Nephrology, Jstor, Rupress, Proquest, Aaas, BMJ, Csh, and Highwire from 1944
Locally derived traffic-related air pollution and fetal growth restriction: a retrospective cohort study.
BackgroundFetal growth restriction has been inconsistently associated with maternal exposure to elevated levels of traffic-related air pollution.ObjectiveWe investigated the relationship between an individualised measure of fetal growth and maternal exposure to a specific marker for...
Worksite mental health interventions: a systematic review of economic evaluations.
ObjectiveTo give an overview of the evidence on the cost-effectiveness (CE) and financial return of worksite mental health interventions.MethodsA systematic search was conducted in relevant databases. Included economic evaluations were classified into two groups based on type of INTE...
Association between exhaled breath condensate nitrate + nitrite levels with ambient coarse particle exposure in subjects with airways diseas...
ObjectivesStudies of individual inflammatory responses to exposure to air pollution are few but are important in defining the most sensitive markers in better understanding pathophysiological pathways in the lung. The goal of this study was to assess whether exposure to airborne part...
Long-term occupational outcomes of endotoxin exposure and the effect of exposure cessation.
To study the possible respiratory and haematological effects of endotoxin exposure to bacterial single-cell protein (BSCP) in workers during a follow-up period of 5 years including 4 years of exposure and 1 year without exposure. The study included 28 workers examined...
Neurobehavioral performance among agricultural workers and pesticide applicators: a meta-analytic study.
Chronic low level exposure of agricultural workers and applicators to pesticides has been found to be associated with different degrees of decrement in cognitive and psychomotor functions. The goal of this study was to use meta-analysis to (1) identify and quantify neurobehavioral de...
Occupational class as the indicator of socioeconomic position.
Sharing the knowledge gained from occupational cohort studies: a call for action.
ObjectivesAn immense body of knowledge has been created by establishing various job-exposure matrices (JEMs) to assess occupational exposures in community- and industry-based cohort studies. These JEMs could be made available to occupational epidemiologists using knowledge-sharing te...
Occupational health impact of the 2009 H1N1 flu pandemic: surveillance of sickness absence.
We compared the numbers of cases of sickness absence due to illness caused by influenza and influenza-related illness in 2007-2009, and in the first 3 months of 2010 in Catalonia (n=811 940) using a time series approach. Trends were examined by economic activity, age and gender. The weekly endem...
Structural equation models in occupational health: an application to exposure modelling.
Objectives Many occupational hygiene surveys are designed to collect pollutant monitoring data from multiple locations simultaneously to better reflect the reality of work-related exposure. The exposure model must account for the complexity inherent in this study design, as well as b...
Should we warn against night shifts to prevent breast cancer?