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Author Larsen, A.D
Title Working hours and health - 2014 : Coordination of research on working hours and health in the Nordic countries - Future perspectives 2014
Imprint Copenhagen : Nordic Council of Ministers, 2015
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Note Intro -- Contents -- Summary -- Introduction -- 1. Scope and program of the work-shop "Coordination of research on working hours and health in the Nordic countries" in 2014 -- 2. Participants -- Finland -- Norway -- Sweden -- Denmark -- Norway -- Sweden -- Iceland -- Denmark -- 3. Future collaborations -- 3.1 Future meetings and funding -- 4. Identification of key variables on working hours -- 5. Identification of relevant registers on health outcomes across the Nordic countries -- 5.1 Finland -- 1. Hospitalizations -- 2. Sickness absence -- 3. Prescription drugs -- 4. Cancer -- 5. Accidents -- 6. Pensions -- 7. Mortality -- 5.2 Norway -- 1. Hospitalizations -- 2. Sickness absence -- 3. Prescription drugs -- 4. Cancer -- 5. Accidents -- 6. Military -- 7. Cause of Death -- 8. Diabetes -- 5.2.1 Demographic -- 9. Education -- 10. Tax -- 5.3 Sweden -- 1. Hospitalizations -- 2. Sickness absence -- 3. Prescription drugs -- 4. Cancer -- 5. Accidents -- 5.4 Denmark -- 1. Hospitalizations -- 2. Sickness absence -- 3. Prescription drugs -- 4. Cancer -- 5. Accidents -- 6. Causes of Death -- 7. Pension -- 6. Abstracts -- 6.1 Which groups are characterised by high or low work time control? A study in progress -- Stress Research Institute Stockholm University -- 6.2 Research needs in the field of working hours and reproductive health -- Department of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, Bispebjerg hospital and University of Copenhagen -- References -- 6.3 How do different definitions of night shift affect the exposure assessment of night work? -- References -- 6.4 A comparison of information on working time from self-reports and pay-roll data - an example from Denmark -- 6.5 Number of consecutive nights and sleep -- References -- 6.6 A Register Study Examining the Association between Shift Work and Sickness Absence
6.7 Developing measures to objectively assess working time patterns relevant to health -- The Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, Helsinki, Finland -- 6.8 Nonpharmacological treatments of insomnia among shift workers -- Development of Work and Organizations, Finnish Institute of Occupational Health -- References -- 6.9 Overview of on-going working time research projects at the Stress Research Institute -- 6.10 The SLOSH cohort - with emphasizes on work time related measures -- Stress Research Institute, Stockholm University, Sweden. -- 6.11 Studies of health outcome and sick leave, based on survey data from Statistics Norway -- National Institute of Occupational Health, Norway -- 6.12 Importance of natural daylight exposure in healthy shiftwork -- Stress Research Institute, Stockholm University, Sweden, arne.lowden@su.se -- 6.13 Hyperalgesia after experimental and work-related sleep restriction -- 6.14 Working hours and accidents -- The National Research Centre for the Working Environment, Denmark -- 6.15 Sleep, sleepiness, and sleepiness countermeasures in safety-critical industries: field studies on truck drivers and airline pilots -- Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, Helsinki, Finland -- Agora Center, University of Jyväskylä, Finland -- Reference: -- 6.16 Quick returns and night work as predictors of sleep, recovery & wellbeing. -- References -- 6.17 Night work and quick returns as predictors of sick leave and medication use in health personnel -- 6.18 Using pay-roll data to study night-shift work and risk of breast cancer -- Department of Occupational Medicine, Aarhus University Hospital, Denmark -- 7. Previous studies (list of publications from 2013-) -- 7.1 Publications from Finland -- 7.2 Publications from Sweden -- 7.3 Publications from Norway -- 7.4 Publications from Denmark -- References -- Sammenfatning
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Larsen, A.D. Working hours and health - 2014 : Coordination of research on working hours and health in the Nordic countries - Future perspectives 2014 Copenhagen : Nordic Council of Ministers,c2015 9789289341929
Subject Hours of labor--Law and legislation
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Alt Author Albrecht, S
Hansen, J
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