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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