JNIOSH

List of Industrial Health (2019)

National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health, Japan

2019
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SPECIAL ISSUE:
TOWARD THE HARMONIZATION OF WORK WITH TREATMENT AND PREVENTION OF DISEASE

Editorial
Harmonizing work with diseases treatment and prevention
57_1_1 Go MUTO, Kazuhito YOKOYAMA, Motoki ENDO, Yoshihisa FUJINO Full
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Review Article
Harmonizing work with the treatment and prevention of sleep disordered breathing in commercial motor vehicle drivers: implications for health and productivity management
57_1_3 Hiroo WADA, Manami KIMURA, Ryutaro SHIRAHAMA, Tomokazu TAJIMA, Koutatsu MARUAYAMA, Motoki ENDO, Ai IKEDA and Takeshi TANIGAWA Full
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Original Articles
Information exchange using a prescribed form and involvement of occupational health nurses promotes occupational physicians to collaborate with attending physicians for supporting workers with illness in Japan
57_1_10 Go MUTO, Rina ISHII-NAKAMURA, Kazuhito YOKOYAMA, Fumihiko KITAMURA, Yuki OMORI, Masahiko SAITO and Motoki ENDO Full
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Durations of first and second periods of depressioninduced sick leave among Japanese employees: the Japan sickness absence and return to work (J-SAR) study 57_1_22 Motoki ENDO, Yasuo HARUYAMA, Kiyomi MITSUI, Go MUTO, Chihiro NISHIURA, Keisuke KUWAHARA, Hiroo WADA and Takashi TANIGAWA Full
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What causes patients with breast cancer to change employment?: evidence from the health insurance data in a medical facility 57_1_29 Ryoko TAGUCHI, Yukako OKUDE and Mitsue SAITO Full
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A cooperative support model for cancer therapy and employment balance: from focus-group interviews of health and business professionals 57_1_40 Miho TAKAHASHI, Chika UETAKE, Naoko NAKAYAMA, Akiko EURA, Natsumi YAMAGUCHI, Yui KAMEDA, Go MUTO, Motoki ENDO, Kayo KAWAMATA, Tomoko FUJII, Hiroyuki OKA and Ko MATSUDAIRA Full
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Improving the job-retention strategies in multiple sclerosis workers: the role of occupational physicians 57_1_52 Benedetta PERSECHINO, Luca FONTANA, Giuliana BURESTI, Grazia FORTUNA, Antonio VALENTI and Sergio IAVICOLI Full
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Characteristics of self-reported daily life note (LN) users in return-to-work judgment for workers on sick leave due to mental health conditions, and usefulness of the tool 57_1_70 Akira KUSUMOTO, Shigeyuki KAJIKI, Yoshihisa FUJINO, Katsuyuki NAMBA, Tomohisa NAGATA, Masako NAGATA, Akizumi TSUTSUMI and Koji MORI Full
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Relationship between treatment and period of absence among employees on sick leave due to mental disease 57_1_79 Keiji MURAMATSU, Yoshihisa FUJINO, Tatsuhiko KUBO, Makoto OTANI and Shinya MATSUDA Full
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Case Report
Toward the harmonization of work with treatment and prevention for patients with chronic respiratory failure
57_1_84 Hiroo WADA, Saki FUKUMOTO, Kengo TAMAMURA, Go MUTO, Jun UEKI and Takeshi TANIGAWA Full
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Field Report
Promoting and inhibiting factors for the use of validated dietary assessment questionnaires in health check-up counseling: from occupational health nurses and dietitians’ perspective
57_1_90 Ryoko KATAGIRI, Go MUTO and Satoshi SASAKI Full
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REGULAR ISSUE
Original Articles
Unique associations of the Job Demand-Control-Support model subscales with leisure-time physical activity and dietary energy intake
57_1_99 Christopher G. BEAN, Helen R. WINEFIELD, Amanda D. HUTCHINSON, Charli SARGENT and Zumin SHI Full
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Cardiac autonomic activity during simulated shift work 57_1_118 Elena SKORNYAKOV, Shobhan GADDAMEEDHI, Gemma M. PAECH, Amy R. SPARROW, Brieann C. SATTERFIELD, Nita L. SHATTUCK, Matthew E. LAYTON, Ilia KARATSOREOS and Hans P. A. VAN DONGEN Full
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SPECIAL ISSUE:
SHIFTWORK HEALTH AND SAFETY: RISKS AND INTERVENTIONS—ICOH SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE ON SHIFTWORK AND WORKING TIME/WORKING TIME SOCIETY CONSENSUS STATEMENT

Foreword
Foreword
57_2_133 Stephen POPKIN and Frida Marina FISCHER Full
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Editorial
International consensus statements on non-standard working time arrangements and occupational health and safety
57_2_135 Imelda S. WONG, Drew DAWSON and Hans P.A. VAN DONGEN Full
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Review Articles
Working Time Society consensus statements: Evidence-based effects of shift work on physical and mental health
57_2_139 Claudia R.C. MORENO, Elaine C. MARQUEZE, Charli SARGENT, Kenneth P. WRIGHT Jr, Sally A. FERGUSON and Philip TUCKER Full
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Working Time Society consensus statements: Circadian time structure impacts vulnerability to xenobiotics?relevance to industrial toxicology and nonstandard work schedules 57_2_158 Michael H. SMOLENSKY, Alain E. REINBERG and Frida Marina FISCHER Full
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Working Time Society consensus statements: Psychosocial stressors relevant to the health and wellbeing of night and shift workers 57_2_175 Frida Marina FISCHER, Aline SILVA-COSTA, Rosane Harter GRIEP, Michael H. SMOLENSKY, Philip BOHLE and Lucia ROTENBERG Full
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Working Time Society consensus statements: Evidence-based effects of shift work and non-standard working hours on workers, family and community 57_2_184 Anna ARLINGHAUS, Philip BOHLE, Irena ISKRA-GOLEC, Nicole JANSEN, Sarah JAY and Lucia ROTENBERG Full
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Working Time Society consensus statements: Individual differences in shift work tolerance and recommendations for research and practice 57_2_201 Jennifer RITONJA, Kristan J. ARONSON, Raymond W. MATTHEWS, Diane B. BOIVIN and Thomas KANTERMANN Full
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Working Time Society consensus statements: Evidence based interventions using light to improve circadian adaptation to working hours 57_2_213 Arne LOWDEN, Gulcin OZTURK, Amy REYNOLDS and Bjorn BJORVATN Full
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Working Time Society consensus statements: A multi-level approach to managing occupational sleep-related fatigue 57_2_228 Imelda S. WONG, Stephen POPKIN and Simon FOLKARD Full
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Working Time Society consensus statements: Regulatory approaches to reduce risks associated with shift work—a global comparison 57_2_245 Johannes GARTNER, Roger R. ROSA, Greg ROACH, Tomohide KUBO and Masaya TAKAHASHI Full
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Working Time Society consensus statements: Prescriptive rule sets and risk management-based approaches for the management of fatigue-related risk in working time arrangements 57_2_264 Kimberly A. HONN, Hans P.A. VAN DONGEN and Drew DAWSON Full
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Editorial
Importance of hazard identification in risk management
57_3_281 Siok Lin GAN Full
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Review Articles
Metabolic energy cost of workers in agriculture, construction, manufacturing, tourism, and transportation industries
57_3_283 Konstantina P. POULIANITI, George HAVENITH and Andreas D. FLOURIS Full
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Design considerations for low-level risk personal protective clothing: a review 57_3_306 Christopher WATSON, Olga TROYNIKOV and Helen LINGARD Full
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Original Articles
Reliability and validity of the Japanese version of the Feedback Environment Scale (FES-J) for workers
57_3_326 Hiroko MOMOTANI and Yasumasa OTSUKA Full
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Effects of occupation on intracerebral hemorrhage-related deaths in Inner Mongolia 57_3_342 Liqun GAO, Maolin DU, Jiayi LI, Neng jun ZHAO, Ying YANG, Chao DONG, Xiao ling SUN, Baofeng CHI, Qingxia WANG,Wenting CHEN, Chunfang TIAN, Nan ZHANG, Lehui LI, Li wei NIU, Huiqiu ZHENG, Han BAO, Yan LIU and Juan SUN Full
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Work-to-family conflict rather than family-towork conflict is more strongly associated with sleep disorders in Upper Egypt 57_3_351 Ehab Salah ESHAK Full
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Evaluation of a proposed chair with an arm support for wiring terminal blocks on a vertical plane 57_3_359 Hsieh-Ching CHEN, Yung-Ping LIU, Wei-Hsien HONG, You-Chuan LIN and Chi-Yuang YU Full
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Frequency of firefighters’ heat-related illness and its association with removing personal protective equipment and working hours 57_3_370 Siyeon KIM, Do-Hee KIM, Hyo-Hyun LEE and Joo-Young LEE Full
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Identifying musculoskeletal issues and associated risk factors among clay brick kiln workers 57_3_381 Manoj Kumar SAIN and Makkhan MEENA Full
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Short Communications
Evaluation of personal exposure of workers to indium concentrations in total dust and its respirable fraction at three Japanese indium plants
57_3_392 Ichiro HIGASHIKUBO, Heihachiro ARITO, Yoko EITAKI, Kenji ANDO, Akihiro ARAKI, Hidesuke SHIMIZU and Haruhiko SAKURAI Full
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Does dispositional optimism moderate the relationship between role conflict and risk of disability retirement? 57_3_398 Line KRANE, Stein KNARDAHL and Morten Birkeland NIELSEN Full
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Retraction
Self-reported musculoskeletal symptoms among dentists in Saudi Arabia
57_3_r1 Zainah AL-SHEHRI and Mustafa AL-ZOUGHOOL Full
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