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Background Low back pain is the most common musculo‐skeletal problem in the workplace. Data from low‐income countries are scant. Objectives To determine the prevalence and risk factors for low back pain among office workers in Ibadan, Nigeria. Methods A cross‐sectional study design was...
Background Anecdotally, communication between general practitioners (GPs) and occupational health professionals is poor and acts as a barrier to successful rehabilitation for work. It is not known how widely this view is held by the many stakeholders in rehabilitation for work, or how important...
Objectives Occupational and social factors are thought to be important determinants of health inequality. The aim of this study was to examine the relationships between occupation, lifestyle and subjective health complaints (SHC). Methods SHC and self‐reported sickness absence were recorded in...
Background Back‐ and fall‐related injuries occur frequently in construction and are costly in terms of workers' compensation claims and lost productivity. Interventions are needed that address the susceptibility to these injuries. Aims The purpose of this study was to develop and test a...
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