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Reply: Job Strain and Recurrent Coronary EventsArticle de revue
J Am Coll Cardiol, 78 (4), 2021.
Job strain and incident cardiovascular disease: the confounding and mediating effects of lifestyle habits. An overview of systematic reviewsArticle de revue
Arch Environ Occup Health, 76 (6), 2021.
Job Strain, Overweight, and Diabetes: A 13-Year Prospective Study Among 12,896 Men and Women in OntarioArticle de revue
Psychosom Med, 83 (2), 2021.
Examining the relationship between the demand-control model and incident myocardial infarction and congestive heart failure in a representative sample of the employed women and men in Ontario, Canada, over a 15-year periodArticle de revue
Can J Public Health, 112 (2), 2021.
Body mass index trajectories among the Canadian workforce and their association with work environment trajectories over 17 yearsArticle de revue
Occup Environ Med, 77 (6), 2020.
Psychosocial Stressors at Work and the Risk of Sickness Absence Due to a Diagnosed Mental Disorder: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysisArticle de revue
JAMA Psychiatry, 77 (8), 2020.
Long Working Hours and the Prevalence of Masked and Sustained HypertensionArticle de revue
Hypertension, 75 (2), 2020.
Validity of participants' self-reported diagnosis for a work absence due to a mental health problem compared with physician-certified diagnosis for the same work absence among 709 Canadian workersArticle de revue
Occup Environ Med, 2020.
Differences between women and men in the relationship between psychosocial stressors at work and work absence due to mental health problemArticle de revue
Occup Environ Med, 77 (9), 2020.
Psychosocial work stressors, high family responsibilities, and psychological distress among women: A 5-year prospective studyArticle de revue
Am J Ind Med, 63 (2), 2020.