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Associations of Abnormal Sleep Duration with Occupational and Leisure-time Physical Activity in the Working Population: A Nation-wide Population-based Study

Beak M, Choi WJ, Lee W, Ham S

Background The present study investigated the association between two domains of physical activity (occupational physical activity [OPA] and leisure-time physical activity [LTPA]) and sleep duration. Methods We investigated 3,421 paid workers from the...
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How Much Does My Work Affect My Health? The Relationships between Working Conditions and Health in an Italian Survey

Ronchetti M, Russo S, Tecco CD, Iavicoli S

Backround Working condition surveys are widely recognized as useful tools for monitoring the quality of working life and the improvements introduced by health and safety policy frameworks at the European and...
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Occupational Health Protection for Health Workers in China With Lessons Learned From the UK: Qualitative Interview and Policy Analysis

Xu H, Zhang M, Hudson A

Background Healthcare settings have been recognized among the most hazardous places to work. Based on the five categories of occupational hazards that were identified by the ILO and WHO, this study...
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Quantitative and Semiquantitative Health Risk Assessment of Occupational Exposure to Styrene in a Petrochemical Industry

Moshiran VA, Karimi A, Golbabaei F, Yarandi MS, Sajedian AA, Koozekonan AG

Background Styrene is one of the aromatic compounds used in acetonitrile–butadiene–styrene (ABS) producing petrochemicals, which has an impact on health of workers. Therefore, this study aimed to investigate the health risks...
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Comparison of Dementia Awareness among Medical Technicians: Physiotherapists and Occupational Therapists

Kwon AL, Kim KJ

Purpose: The aim of this study was to compare dementia awareness among physiotherapists and occupational therapists who treat dementia patients and provide opportunities to increase dementia awareness as medical technicians,...
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Effect of Educational Nurse Practitioners at Comprehensive Nursing Care Service Units

Cho OY, Lee SH, Lee HJ, Han MY

Purpose: This study aimed to investigate the effect of educational nurse practitioners at comprehensive nursing care service units by comparing the educational satisfaction of general nurses and the occupational stress...
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A Comparative Study of the Methods to Assess Occupational Noise Exposures of Fish Harvesters

Burella G, Moro L

Background Noise-induced hearing loss is a well-known occupational disease that affects many fish harvesters from many fisheries worldwide, whose risk factor is prolonged exposure to hazardous noise levels. To date, academic...
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Factors Influencing Patient Safety Nursing Activities of Intensive Care Unit Nurses

Kim JE, Song JE, Ahn JA, Boo S

Purpose : The purposes of this study were to examine the levels of job stress, perceptions of the patient safety culture, and patient safety nursing activities, and to identify factors...
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Relationship between Clinical Nurses’ Job Stress and Medication Safety Performance: Mediating Effect of Fatigue

Park SY, Hur HK

Purpose: This study aimed to identify the mediating effect of fatigue in the relationship between clinical nurses’ job stress and medication safety performance. Methods: For this cross-sectional study, 122 registered...
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A Lung Granuloma Case Possibly Associated with a Working Environment: A Case Report

Seehapanya S, Chaiear N, Ratanawatkul P, Samerpitak K, Intarawichian P, Wonglakorn L

Lung granulomas are uncommon in Thailand. The disease typically develops from an occupational environment and is mostly caused by infection. Herein is a case report of a female patient, aged...
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Prevalence and Effect of Workplace Violence against Emergency Nurses at a Tertiary Hospital in Kenya: A Cross-Sectional Study

Kibunja BK, Musembi HM, Kimani RW, Gatimu SM

Introduction Workplace violence (WPV) is a major occupational and health hazard for nurses. It affects nurses' physical and psychological well-being and impacts health service delivery. We aimed to assess the prevalence...
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Safety Culture: A Retrospective Analysis of Occupational Health and Safety Mining Reports

Tetzlaff EJ, Goggins KA, Pegoraro AL, Dorman SC, Pakalnis V, Eger TR

Background In the mining industry, various methods of accident analysis have utilized official accident investigations to try and establish broader causation mechanisms. An emerging area of interest is identifying the extent...
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Occupational Health Could be the New Normal Challenge in the Trade and Health Cycle: Keywords Analysis Between 1990 and 2020

Kiran S

This brief report aims to establish the keyword content of studies on occupational health and safety—the key framework of the world of work in the trade and health domain. Data...
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The Mediating Effects of Mindfulness and Growth Mindset on the Relationship between Occupational Stress and Happiness among Clinical Nurses

Park H, Choi H

Purpose: This study was conducted to investigate the mediating effects of mindfulness and growth mindset on the relationship between occupational stress and happiness among clinical nurses. Methods: The participants were...
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Comparison of Occupational Stress and Health Problems between Leavers and Stayers: Focused on Novice Nurses

Ki J, Choi-Kwon S

Purpose: This study aimed to identify occupational stress and health problems as well as turnover reasons among leavers in novice nurses and to estimate factors which might affect turnover by...
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The Occupational Characteristics and Health Status of Workers in Geographically Isolated and Confined Areas in the Republic of Korea

Ahn J, Lee J, Lee SH, Park MY, Lee W

Background: This study investigates the safety and health status of geographically isolated and confined workers. Methods: This study was conducted in Baekryeong Island in Korea in 2020. The agestandardized prevalence ratios...
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Ergonomic Injuries in Endoscopists and Their Risk Factors

Kamani L, Kalwar H

Background/Aims: Prolonged repetitive strain caused by the continuous performance of complex endoscopic procedures enhances the risk of ergonomic injuries among health-care providers (HCPs), specifically endoscopists. This study aimed to assess...
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Seroprevalence of antibodies to SARS-CoV-2 and predictors of seropositivity among employees of a teaching hospital in New Delhi, India

Sharma P, Chawla R, Bakshi R, Saxena S, Basu S, Bharti PK, Dhuria M, Singh SK, Lal P

Objectives: Healthcare workers (HCWs) are at a high risk of contracting severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) due to the increased likelihood of clinical exposure during patient management. The...
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Resilience and Work-Related Stress May Affect Depressive Symptoms in Nursing Professionals during the COVID-19 Pandemic Era

Hong Y, Lee J, Lee HJ, Kim K, Cho IK, Ahn MH, Shin YW, Park J, Chung S

Objective We aimed to investigate the effect of nursing professionals’ resilience on their mental health, work-related stress, and anxiety in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Methods We conducted an online survey...
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A comparative study of the prevalence of Helicobacter pylori in the oral biofilms of a group of dental and nondental undergraduates from Sri Lanka

Mallikaarachchi M, Rajapakse S, Gunawardhana K, Jayatilake J

Dental health care workers (DHCW) are at a risk of occupational exposure to Helicobacter pylori from the aerosolized oral biofilms and saliva of patients. We designed this study to investigate...
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