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Location: Room 97
Date: Wednesday, 05/Jun/2019
Work and lifestyle factors
Location: Room 97
Chair: Douglas Paul Gross
Chair: Eva Ladekjær Larsen

Current Practices And Perceived Implementation Barriers For Working With Alcohol Prevention In Occupational Health Services: The WIRUS OHS Study

Mikkel Magnus Thørrisen, Jens Christoffer Skogen, Ingvild Kjeken, Irene Jensen, Randi Wågø Aas

Is Alcohol Consumption Among Employees A Risk Factor For Presenteeism? A Systematic Review

Mikkel Magnus Thørrisen, Tore Bonsaksen, Neda S. Hashemi, Ingvild Kjeken, Randi Wågø Aas

How Much or How Often? Alcohol Consumption, Sickness Presenteeism, and impaired Daily Activities

Randi W. Aas, Mikkel M. Thørrisen, Hildegunn Sagvaag, Aleksandra Servic

Employee Perspectives Of A Workplace Health Programme

Charlotte Brøgger Bond, Karen Søgaard, Lotte Nygaard Andersen

Does It Work? Introducing Work Focus Into a Lifestyle Intervention for Persons With Morbid Obesity

Wivi Andersen, Anita Dyb Linge, Chris Jensen

The Relationship between Occupational Physical Activity and Need for Recovery: A cross sectional analysis from the DPhacto cohort

Matthew Leigh Stevens, Patrick J Crowley, David M Hallman, Ole S Mortensen, Clas-Håkan Nygård, Andreas Holtermann

Prevention and sustainable employment
Location: Room 97
Chair: Thomas Lund
Chair: Alex Collie

Job-rotation as a Tool to maintain Employability: The Interplay between Motivation, Qualification and Health

Susanne Bartel

Long-term Effects On Work Disability Of An Indicated Preventive Strategy Aimed At Preventing Future Long-term Sickness Absence

Sophie Heloïse Klasen, Ludovic G.P.M. van Amelsvoort, Nicole W.H. Jansen, IJmert Kant

Barriers And Facilitators Of A Preventive Strategy To Prevent Future Long-term Sickness Absence And Work Disability. A Qualitative Study Among Employees And Employers.

Sophie H. Klasen, Ludovic G.P.M. van Amelsvoort, Inge Houkes, Nicole W.H. Jansen, IJmert Kant

Employees With Long-term Health Conditions - A Diary Study Of Workplace Self-management Behaviour, Support Needs And Work Factors.

Sally Elizabeth Hemming

Working With Disabilities – A Matter Of Time? First Results From The PROMI Project

Jana Felicitas Bauer, Susanne Groth, Mathilde Niehaus

The Effectiveness Of Interventions To Promote Sustainable Employability: A Systematic Review

Emmelie Hazelzet, Eleonora Picco, Inge Houkes, Hans Bosma, Angelique de Rijk

Date: Thursday, 06/Jun/2019
Musculoskeletal disorders
Location: Room 97
Chair: Andreas Holtermann
Chair: Marion Lamort-Bouché

Evaluating the Costs and Benefits of Gradually Returning to Work after a Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorder

Esther T Maas, Mieke Koehoorn, Christopher B McLeod

The independent Association Between Number Of Pain Sites And Return To Work. An Explanatory, Prospective Cohort Study

Jesper Stejnicher Drongstrup Jensen, Lotte Nygaard Andersen, Mette Jensen Stochkendahl

What Have We Learnt From Qualitative Studies Regarding Patient Recovery In Musculoskeletal Research?

Corrie Myburgh, Eleanor Boyle, Ellie Pinsker, Amanda Normandeau, Maria Hondras, Stacie Salsbury, Dorcas Beaton

GLA:D® Back: Perceived Work Ability in Primary Care Patients with Back Pain Relates to Intensity, Perceptions of Pain and Self-efficacy, but not to Age or Symptom Duration

Alice Kongsted, Per Kjaer, Inge Ris, Jan Hartvigsen

Sleep-Work-Activity Profiles (SWAP) and Low Back Pain: A Compositional Latent Profile Analysis

Nidhi Gupta, David Hallman, Dorothea Dumuid, Charlotte Lund Rasmussen, Marie Birk Jørgensen, Andreas Holtermann

Beyond Symptom Resolution: Insurance Case Manager’s Thoughts on What can be Used to Predict Recovery

Maurizio A. Trippolini, Amanda E. Young, Glenn Pransky, Nieke A. Elbers, Keri Lockwood, Ian D. Cameron

Location: Room 97
Chair: Martin Lindhardt Nielsen
Chair: Mette Jensen Stochkendahl

Making Sense of Conflicting Data on Work Exposures and Their Relationship to the Development of Knee Osteoarthritis: Findings from a Systematic Review.

Kim Cullen, Monique Gignac, Emma Irvin, Dwayne Van Eerd

Promoting Resilience for Workers on Prolonged Work Disability: Developing a transdiagnostic intervention

Eve Dulude, Marie-José Durand, Marie-France Coutu

Two Systematic Reviews on Economic Evaluations of Interventions Aimed at Preventing Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders and Common Mental Disorders

Hélène Sultan-Taïeb, Aurélie Gaillard

Indicated Prevention Interventions in the Workplace for Depressive Symptoms: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis

Yeshambel Tesfa Nigatu, JinaLi Wang

Cross-Country Comparison Model For Work Disability Prevention

Angelique De Rijk, Inge Houkes

Process And Content Of The French Guidelines For Work Disability Prevention

Jean-Baptiste Fassier, Audrey Petit, Camille Baumann, Karine Petitprez, Ludivine Nohalès, Laetitia Rollin, Sophie Fantoni

Date: Friday, 07/Jun/2019
Precarious workers and vulnarable groups
Location: Room 97
Chair: Ellen MacEachen
Chair: Astrid Velasquez Sanchez

Work-related mental disorders in the workplace and in the Workers Compensation System

Yun Ladegaard, Janne Skakon, Bo Netterstrøm

Work Motivation And Employment Outcomes In People With Severe Mental Illness

Miljana Vukadin, Frederieke G. Schaafsma, Sandra J. Vlaar, Jooske T. Van Busschbach, Peter M. Van de Ven, Harry W.C. Michon, Johannes R. Anema

A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Observational Studies Identifies the Prevalence of Workplace Violence Among Physicians

Amin Yazdani, Behdin Nowrouzi-Kia, Emily Chai, Koyo Usuba, Behnam Nowrouzi-Kia, Jennifer Casole

The Brainwork Intervention for Precarious Workers with Psychological Problems: Effect on Sickness Absence

Selwin S. Audhoe, Karen Nieuwenhuijsen, Jan L. Hoving, Monique H.W. Frings-Dresen

Indicators of Opioid Misuse Among Workers' Compensation Claimants

Sheilah Hogg-Johnson, Nancy Carnide, Hyunmi Lee, Andrea Furlan, Pierre Cote, Mieke Koehoorn

How Likely Are Icelandic Employers To Hire Individuals With Decreased Workability And Does Attitude Affect This Decision?

Jonina Waagfjord

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