Niklas Krause
Niklas Krause
Professor, Epidemiology, Environmental Health Sciences, University of California Los Angeles
Подтвержден адрес электронной почты в домене
Determinants of duration of disability and return‐to‐work after work‐related injury and illness: Challenges for future research
N Krause, JW Frank, LK Dasinger, TJ Sullivan, SJ Sinclair
American journal of industrial medicine 40 (4), 464-484, 2001
Modified work and return to work: a review of the literature
N Krause, LK Dasinger, F Neuhauser
Journal of occupational rehabilitation 8 (2), 113-139, 1998
Readiness for return to work following injury or illness: conceptualizing the interpersonal impact of health care, workplace, and insurance factors
RL Franche, N Krause
Journal of occupational rehabilitation 12 (4), 233-256, 2002
Psychosocial job factors and return‐to‐work after compensated low back injury: A disability phase‐specific analysis
N Krause, LK Dasinger, LJ Deegan, L Rudolph, RJ Brand
American journal of industrial medicine 40 (4), 374-392, 2001
Predictors of disability retirement
N Krause, J Lynch, GA Kaplan, RD Cohen, DE Goldberg, JT Salonen
Scandinavian journal of work, environment & health, 403-413, 1997
A randomised controlled trial evaluating the effects of two workstation interventions on upper body pain and incident musculoskeletal disorders among computer operators
DM Rempel, N Krause, R Goldberg, D Benner, M Hudes, GU Goldner
Occupational and environmental medicine 63 (5), 300-306, 2006
Workplace demands, economic reward, and progression of carotid atherosclerosis
J Lynch, N Krause, GA Kaplan, R Salonen, JT Salonen
Circulation 96 (1), 302-307, 1997
Workplace conditions, socioeconomic status, and the risk of mortality and acute myocardial infarction: the Kuopio Ischemic Heart Disease Risk Factor Study.
J Lynch, N Krause, GA Kaplan, J Tuomilehto, JT Salonen
American Journal of Public Health 87 (4), 617-622, 1997
Psychosocial job factors, physical workload, and incidence of work-related spinal injury: a 5-year prospective study of urban transit operators
N Krause, DR Ragland, JM Fisher, SL Syme
Spine 23 (23), 2507-2516, 1998
Occupational disability due to low back pain: a new interdisciplinary classification based on a phase model of disability
N Krause, DR Ragland
Spine 19 (9), 1011-1020, 1994
Objective stress factors, accidents, and absenteeism in transit operators: a theoretical framework and empirical evidence.
BA Greiner, N Krause, DR Ragland, JM Fisher
Journal of occupational health psychology 3 (2), 130, 1998
Measurement of psychosocial workplace exposure variables
P Landsbergis
Occup Med 15, 163-188, 2000
Physical workplace factors and return to work after compensated low back injury:: A disability phase-specific analysis
LK Dasinger, N Krause, LJ Deegan, RJ Brand, L Rudolph
Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine 42 (3), 323-333, 2000
Physical workload, work intensification, and prevalence of pain in low wage workers: results from a participatory research project with hotel room cleaners in Las Vegas
N Krause, T Scherzer, R Rugulies
American journal of industrial medicine 48 (5), 326-337, 2005
Occupational physical activity, energy expenditure and 11-year progression of carotid atherosclerosis
N Krause, RJ Brand, GA Kaplan, J Kauhanen, S Malla, TP Tuomainen, ...
Scandinavian journal of work, environment & health, 405-424, 2007
Psychosocial job factors associated with back and neck pain in public transit operators
N Krause, DR Ragland, BA Greiner, L Syme, JM Fisher
Scandinavian journal of work, environment & health, 179-186, 1997
Occupational stressors and hypertension: a multi-method study using observer-based job analysis and self-reports in urban transit operators
BA Greiner, N Krause, D Ragland, JM Fisher
Social Science & Medicine 59 (5), 1081-1094, 2004
Doctor proactive communication, return-to-work recommendation, and duration of disability after a workers’ compensation low back injury
LK Dasinger, N Krause, PJ Thompson, RJ Brand, L Rudolph
Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine 43 (6), 515-525, 2001
The physical activity paradox: six reasons why occupational physical activity (OPA) does not confer the cardiovascular health benefits that leisure time physical activity does
A Holtermann, N Krause, AJ Van Der Beek, L Straker
British journal of sports medicine 52 (3), 149-150, 2018
Standing at work and varicose veins
F Tüchsen, N Krause, H Hannerz, H Burr, TS Kristensen
Scandinavian journal of work, environment & health, 414-420, 2000
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