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Ergonomic Articles

The following articles provide important information about working environments and ergonomics. They can help you understand more about workplace environments and research into solutions for discomfort and injury.

Sitting Disease Research

Source Title Authors Year
BMJ Open Sedentary behaviour and life expectancy in the USA - a cause deleted life table analysis Peter T Katzmarzyk, I-Min Lee 2012
BMC Journal Perceived exertion, comfort and working technique in professional computer users and association with neck and upper extremity symptoms Agneta Lindegård, Jens Wahlström, Mats Hagberg, Rebecka Vilhelmsson, Allan Toomingas and Ewa Wigaeus Tornqvist 2012
BMC Journal Variation between seated and standing/walking postures among male and female call centre operators Toomingas A, Forsman M, Mathiassen SE, Heiden M, Nilsson T. 2012
PLoS One Sedentary Behaviour and Biomarkers for Cardiovascular Disease and Diabetes in Mid-Life: The Role of Television-Viewing and Sitting at Work Snehal M. Pinto Pereira, Myung Ki, Chris Power 2012
American College of Sports Medicine Reducing sedentary behaviors - sitting less and moving more - American College of Sports Medicine brochure American College of Sports Medicine 2012
Preventative Medicine Does the use of standing ‘hot’ desks change sedentary work time in an open plan office? (Abstract only) Nicholas D. Gilson, Alessandro Suppini, Gemma C. Ryde, Helen E. Brown, Wendy J. Brown 2012
CPE Institute on Inactivity research Sit Less Presentation References Marc Hamilton, PhD, Catherine Christie, PhD, RD, LD/N, FADA 2012
CPE Institute on Inactivity research Sit Less Presentation Handout Marc Hamilton, PhD, Catherine Christie, PhD, RD, LD/N, FADA 2012
Baker IDI Heart & Diabetes Institute Stand Up Australia – The Health Hazards of Too Much Sitting David Dunstan 2012
AACR International Conference on Frontiers in Cancer Prevention Research Amount of Time Spent in Sedentary Behaviors in the United States, 2003–2004 Charles E. Matthews, Kong Y. Chen, Patty S. Freedson, Russell R. Pate, David G. Schlundt, Maciej S. Buchowski and Richard P. Troiano 2011
Lockton Companies, LLC The Detrimental Effects of Sedentary Behavior Lockton Companies, LLC 2011
International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity Energy expenditure of interruptions to sedentary behavior Ann M Swartz, Leah Squires and Scott J Strath 2011
Canadian Journal of Public Health Desk potatoes: the importance of occupational physical activity on health (Abstract only) Adam W. Probert, Mark S. Tremblay, Sarah Connor C. Gorber 2011
American Journal of Health Promotion Get Moving: A Web Site That Increases Physical Activity of Sedentary Employees Irvine AB, Philips L, Seeley J, Wyant S, Duncan S, Moore RW 2011
Lancaster University Centre for Organizational Health & Well-being Multi- business Study of the Effect of Low Impact Physical Activity on Employee Health and Wellbeing Dr. David Batman and Professor Susan Cartwright 2011
American Journal of Epidemiology Long-Term Sedentary Work and the Risk of Subsite-specific Colorectal Cancer Terry Boyle, Lin Fritschi, Jane Heyworth, and Fiona Bull 2010
Mayo Clinic Proceedings Sedentary Behavior: Emerging Evidence for a New Health Risk Neville Owen, PhD; Phillip B. Sparling, EdD; Geneviève N. Healy, PhD; David W. Dunstan, PhD; and Charles E. Matthews, PhD 2010
NRC Research Press Physiological and health implications of a sedentary lifestyle Mark Stephen Tremblay, Rachel Christine Colley, Travis John Saunders, Genevieve Nissa Healy, and Neville Owen 2010
Diabetes Care Journal - American Diabetes Association Sedentary Activity Associated With Metabolic Syndrome Independent of Physical Activity Andrea Bankoski, MPH, Tamara B. Harris, MD, James J. McClain, PHD, Robert J. Brychta, PHD, Paolo Caserotti, PHD, Kong Y. Chen, PHD, David Berrigan, PHD, Richard P. Troiano, PHD and Annemarie Koster, PHD 2010
Diabetes - American Diabetes Association Your Chair: Comfortable but Deadly James A. Levine 2010
Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine Prolonged work- and computer-related seated immobility and risk of venous thromboembolism Bridget Healy, Erik Levin, Kyle Perrin, Mark Weatherall, and Richard Beasley 2010
American Journal of Preventive Medicine Evidence of Health Risks from Occupational Sitting Where Do We Stand? Simon Marshall, PhD, Diane Gyi, PhD 2010
American Journal of Preventive Medicine Occupational Sitting and Health Risks A Systematic Review Jannique G.Z. van Uffelen, PhD, Jason Wong, BAppSc, Josephine Y. Chau, MPH, et al. 2010
American Association for Cancer Research Sedentary Behavior and Cancer: A Systematic Review of the Literature and Proposed Biological Mechanisms Brigid M. Lynch 2010
Diabetes - American Diabetes Association Impact of Physical Inactivity on Subcutaneous Adipose Tissue Metabolism in Healthy Young Male Offspring of Patients With Type 2 Diabetes Lise Højbjerre, Mette Paulli Sonne, Amra Ciric Alibegovic, Flemming Dela, Allan Vaag, Jens Bruun Meldgaard, Karl Bang Christensen, and Bente Stallknecht 2010
3rd Annual Conference on Physical Activity and Public Health Physical Activity and Public Health - 3rd International Conference - Overview of sessions 2010 2010
Occupational Medicine The health safety and health promotion needs of older workers J. O. Crawford, R. A. Graveling, H. A. Cowie and K. Dixon 2010
Med Sci Sports Exerc Sedentary Behaviors Increase Risk of Cardiovascular Disease Mortality in Men Warren TY, Barry V, Hooker SP, Sui X, Church TS, Blair SN 2010
American Journal of Epidemiology Leisure Time Spent Sitting in Relation to Total Mortality in a Prospective Cohort of US Adults Alpa V. Patel, Leslie Bernstein, Anusila Deka, Heather Spencer Feigelson, Peter T. Campbell, Susan M. Gapstur, Graham A. Colditz, and Michael J. Thun 2010
Univ. of Cambridge Conference Publications Estimating personal energy expenditure with location data Simon Hay, Stamatina Th. Rassia, Alastair R. Beresford 2010
American College of Sports Medicine Too Much Sitting: The Population Health Science of Sedentary Behavior Neville Owen, Genevieve N. Healy, Charles E. Matthews, and David W. Dunstan 2010
Lancaster University Centre for Organizational Health & Well-being Steps To Health: An Evaluation Of The Impact Of Participating In The Global Corporate Challenge Philip Gibbs and Professor Susan Cartwright 2010
Journal of Occupational Health Risk Factors for upper Extremity Musculoskeletal Symptoms among call center employees d'Errico A, Caputo P, Falcone U, Fubini L, Gilardi L, Mamo C, Migliardi A, Quarta D, Coffano E. 2010
Biology of Sport Physical Activity Of Office Workers Biernat E., Tomaszewski P., Milde K. 2010
Touch Endocrinology ‘Too Much Sitting’ and Metabolic Risk –Has Modern Technology Caught up with us David W Dunstan, Genevieve N Healy, Takemi Sugiyama and Nevi lle Owen 2010
Applied Ergonomics Frequency of the sit to stand task: an observational study of free-living adults Dall PM, Kerr A 2010
Ergonomics Studying the relationship between low back pain and working postures among those who stand and those who sit most of the working day (Abstract only) Tissot F, Messing K, Stock S. 2009
BMC Cancer Intensity and timing of physical activity in relation to postmenopausal breast cancer risk Tricia M Peters, Steven C Moore, Gretchen L Gierach, Nicholas J Wareham, Ulf Ekelund, Albert R Hollenbeck, Arthur Schatzkin and Michael F Leitzmann 2009
Baker IDI Heart & Diabetes Institute Interventions Targeting the Reduction of Workplace Sedentary Time: An Evidence Review A/Prof David Dunstan, Dr Genevieve Healy 2009
International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity Do walking strategies to increase physical activity reduce reported sitting in workplaces: a randomized control trial Nicholas D Gilson, Anna Puig-Ribera, Jim McKenna, Wendy J Brown, Nicola W Burton and Carlton B Cooke 2009
Agencies for Nutrition Action Does sedentary behaviour contribute to chronic disease or chronic disease risk in adults Professor Grant Schofield, Rob Quigley, Dr Rachel Brown 2009
Diabetes - American Diabetes Association Objectively Measured Sedentary Time May Predict Insulin Resistance Independent of Moderate- and Vigorous-Intensity Physical Activity Hendrik J.F. Helmerhorst, Katrien Wijndaele, Søren Brage, Nicholas J. Wareham, and Ulf Ekelund 2009
PMC Sedentariness at work; how much do we really sit? SK McCrady and JA Levine 2009
BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders Biomechanical effects of sitting with adjustable ischial and lumbar support on occupational low back pain: evaluation of sitting load and back muscle activity Mohsen Makhsous, Fang Lin, James Bankard, Ronald W Hendrix, Matthew Hepler, and Joel Press 2009
Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport Standing up at work - The feasibility of using height adjustable desks to reduce sedentary behaviour and increase energy expenditure (Login required) G. Schofield, A. Kilding, R. Freese, A. Alison, K. White 2009
British Journal of Sports Medicine Too much sitting: a novel and important predictor of chronic disease risk? N Owen, A Bauman, W Brown 2008
Adis Accumulated versus Continuous Exercise for Health Benefit Marie H. Murphy, Steven N. Blair and Elaine M. Murtagh 2008
Diabetes Care Journal - American Diabetes Association Breaks in Sedentary Time - Beneficial associations with metabolic risk Healy GN, Dunstan DW, Salmon J, Cerin E, Shaw JE, Zimmet PZ, Owen N. 2007
American Journal of Epidemiology Recreational Physical Activity and Sedentary Behavior in Relation to Ovarian Cancer Risk in a Large Cohort of US Women Alpa V. Patel, Carmen Rodriguez, Alexandre L. Pavluck, Michael J. Thun, and Eugenia E. Calle 2005
Journal of Physiology Suppression of skeletal muscle lipoprotein lipase activity during physical inactivity Lionel Bey and Marc T. Hamilton 2003

Articles - Abstracts

Source Title Authors Year
Applied Ergonomics Influence of arm and wrist support on forearm and back muscle activity in computer keyboard operation Nag, P.K., et. al 2008
Applied Ergonomics Intervention practices in musculoskeletal disorder prevention: A critical literature review Denis, et al 2007
Ergonomics Perceived competence in computer use as a moderator of musculoskeletal strain in VDU work: An ergonomics intervention case Tuomivaara et al 2007
Journal of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Carpal Tunnel Syndrom Cranford, et al 2007
American Journal of Industrial Medicine Workers' compensation experiences of computer users with musculoskeletal disorders Fang, et al 2007
Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine Validity of questionnaire self-reports on computer, mouse and keyboard usage during a four-week period Mikkelsen et al 2007
American Journal of Industrial Medicine Daily computer usage correlated with undergraduate students' musculoskeletal symptoms Chang, et al 2007
American Journal of Industrial Medicine Supplementary breaks and stretching exercises for data entry operators: A follow-up field study Galinsky, et al 2007
Ergonomics Effect of horizontal position of the computer keyboard on upper extremity posture and muscular load during computer work Kotani et al 2007
American Journal of Industrial Medicine Early predictors of chronic work disability associated with carpal tunnel syndrome: a longitudinal workers' compensation cohort study Turner, et al 2007
American Journal of Industrial Medicine The economic burden of carpal tunnel syndrome: Long-term earnings of CTS claimants in Washington State Foley, et al 2007
American Journal of Industrial Medicine Carpal tunnel syndrome in male visual display terminal (VDT) workers Hou, et al 2007
Ergonomics Effects of psychosocial and individual factors on physiological risk factors for upper extremity musculoskeletal disorders while typing Hughes, et al 2007
Occupational Medicine Carpal tunnel syndrome and its relation to occupation: a systematic literature review Palmer et al 2006
International Journal of Health Care Quality Assurance Under-reporting of work-related musculoskeletal disorders in the Veterans Administration Siddharthan et al 2006
Theoretical Issues in Ergonomic Science Theories of work-related musculoskeletal disorders: Implications for ergonomic interventions Karsh 2006
Ergonomics Changes in upper extremity biomechanics across different mouse positions in a computer workstation Dennerlein and Johnson 2006
Theoretical Issues in Ergonomic Science A Multivariate Evaluation Of An Office Ergonomic Intervention Using Longitudinal Data Swanson and Sauter 2006
Theoretical Issues in Ergonomic Science A Multivariate Evaluation Of An Office Ergonomic Intervention Using Longitudinal Data Swanson and Sauter 2006
National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Developing An Instrument To Measure Personal Keyboarding Style Baker and Redfern 2006
International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics Work With Visual Display Units: Long-Term Health Effects Of High And Downward Line-Of-Sight In Ordinary Office Environments Fostervold et al 2006
International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics Changes In Physical Workload With Implementation Of Mouse-Based Information Technology In Air Traffic Control Arvidsson, et al 2006
Applied Ergonomics The effect of six keyboard designs on wrist and forearm postures Rempel, et al 2006
Ergonomics Different Computer Tasks Affect The Exposure Of The Upper Extremity To Biomechanical Risk Factors Dennerlein and Johnson 2006
Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine Upper Extremity Mononeuropathy Among Engineers Conlon and Rempel 2005
Occupational Medicine Musculoskeletal Disorders And Visual Strain In Intensive Data Processing Workers Woods 2005
International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics The Effects Of Typing Speed And Force On Motor Control In Symptomatic And Asymptomatic Office Workers Szeto, et al 2005
International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics Assessment Of Video Display Workstation Set Up On Risk Factors Associated With The Development Of Low Back And Neck Discomfort Babski-Reeves and Hughes 2005
European Journal of Public Health Frequent Computer-Related Activities Increase The Risk Of Neck-Shoulder And Low Back Pain In Adolescents Hakala et al 2005
European Journal of Applied Physiology Effects Of Time Pressure And Precision Demands During Computer Mouse Work On Muscle Oxygenation And Position Sense Heiden et al 2005
Ergonomics Effects Of Negatively Sloped Keyboard Wedges On Risk Factors For Upper Extremity Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders And User Performance Woods and Babski-Reeves 2005
American Journal of Public Health Predictors Of Work-Related Repetitive Strain Injuries In A Population Cohort Cole et al 2005
American Journal of Industrial Medicine Trends In Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorder Reports By Year, Type, And Industrial Sector: A Capture-Recapture Analysis Morse et al 2005
International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics Using non-keyboard input devices: interviews with users in the workplace Atkinson, et al 2004
OEM Journal Oral Session 19 – Musculoskeletal Disorders And Computers 2004
Computers and Industrial Engineering Effects Of Exercise Breaks On Performance, Muscular Load, And Perceived Discomfort In Data Entry And Cognitive Tasks Balci and Aghazadeh 2004
Ergonomics The effect of work-rest schedules and type of task on the discomfort and performance of VDT users Balci and Aghazadeh 2003
Work Preventing Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders In Vdt Users: A Comprehensive Health Promotion Program Wilkens 2003
Journal of Vision The Relationships Among Oculomotor Resting States And Computer Monitor Positioning Andre et al 2003
Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine Early Workplace Intervention For Employees With Musculoskeletal-Related Absenteeism: A Prospective Controlled Intervention Study. Arnetz et al 2003
International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Due To Keyboarding And Mouse Tasks: A Review Fagarasanu, Kumar 2003
JOEM Measurement Properties Of A Self-Report Index Of Ergonomic Exposures For Use In An Office Work Environment Dane et al 2002
JOEM Management Of Musculoskeletal Pain In The Workplace Dane et al 2002
Human Factors The effect of typing posture on wrist extensor muscle loading Keir and Wells 2002
Human Factors The Effects Of Work Pace On Within-Participant And Between-Participant Keying Force, Electromyography, And Fatigue Gerard, et al 2002
JOEM The Impact Of A Worksite Health Promotion Program On Short-Term Disability Usage Serxner et al 2001
International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics Effects Of A Sit–Stand Schedule On A Light Repetitive Task - Abstract Hasegawa et al 2001
International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction Experience Of Stress, Musculoskeletal Discomfort, And Eyestrain In Computer-Based Office Work: A Study In Municipal Workplaces Seppala 2001
International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction Can A More Neutral Position Of The Forearm When Operating A Computer Mouse Reduce The Pain Level For Visual Display Unit Operators? A Prospective Epidemiological Intervention Study: Part Ii Aarås et al 2001
Human Factors Effects Of Computer Monitor Viewing Angle And Related Factors On Strain, Performance, And Preference Outcomes Sommerich, et al 2001
Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine Video Display Terminal Workstation Improvement Program: I. Baseline Associations Between Musculoskeletal Discomfort And Ergonomic Features Of Workstations. Demure et al 2000
Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine Video Display Terminal Workstation Improvement Program: Ii. Ergonomic Intervention And Reduction Of Musculoskeletal Discomfort Demure et al 2000
Ergonomics Predictive models of carpal tunnel syndrome causation among VDT operators Aura et al 1998
Applied Ergonomics A Process For The Development, Specification And Evaluation Of Vdu Work Tables - Abstract Karlqvist 1998

Articles - Full Text

Source Title Authors Year
Human Factors The Effects of Visual Display Distance on Eye Accommodation, Head Posture, and Vision and Neck Symptoms Rempel, et al 2007
Occupational and Environmental Medicine Should office workers spend fewer hours at their computer? A systematic review of the literature IJmker et al 2007
Occupational Medicine Conservative treatment of work-related upper limb disorders—a review Crawford and Laiou 2006
Theoretical Issues in Ergonomic Science Theoretical Issues In Understanding Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders Causation Karsh and Smith 2006
BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders Prospective Research On Musculoskeletal Disorders In Office Workers (Promo): Study Protocol IJmker et al 2006
ASSE - The Compass Making A Business Case For Ergonomics Bloswick 2006
Applied Ergonomics Applied Ergonomics - Effects Of A Vertical Keyboard Design On Typing Performance, User Comfort And Muscle Tension van Galen et al 2006
Journal of Safety Research - Econ Proceedings 36 (2005) Net-cost model for workplace interventions Lahiri, et al 2005
OEM Journal A Randomised Controlled Trial Evaluating The Effects Of Two Workstation Interventions On Upper Body Pain And Incident Musculoskeletal Disorders Among Computer Operators Rempel, et al 2005
OEM Journal A Randomised Controlled Trial Of Postural Interventions For Prevention Of Musculoskeletal Symptoms Among Computer Users Gerr et al 2005
OEM Journal Understanding Work Related Musculoskeletal Pain: Does Repetitive Work Cause Stress Symptoms? Bonde et al 2005
OEM Journal Self-Reported Workplace Related Ergonomic Conditions As Prognostic Factors For Musculoskeletal Symptoms: The "Bit" Follow Up Study On Office Workers Juul-Kristensen and Jensen 2005
OEM Journal Exposure Assessment In Ergonomic Epidemiology: Is There Something Specific To The Assessment Of Biomechanical Exposures? LeClerc 2005
Indian Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine Occupational Health Problems And Role Of Ergonomics In Information Technology Professionals In National Capital Region Suparna, et al 2005
Applied Ergonomics Concordance Between Vdu-Users’ Ratings Of Comfort And Perceived Exertion With Experts’ Observations Of Workplace Layout And Working Postures Lindega˚ rd et al 2005
Occupational Medicine Ergonomics, Musculoskeletal Disorders And Computer Work Wahlstrom 2005
Buildings Ergonomic Economics - Sorting Out The Good (Products) From The Bad Mark Taylor 2004
Optometry Productivity associated with visual status of computer users Daum et al 2004
Work Upper Extremity Musculoskeletal Symptoms And Functional Impairment Associated With Computer Use Among College Students Hupert et al 2004
Theoretical Issues in Ergonomic Science The Quantitative-Qualitative Research Dichotomy Revisited Kanis 2004
OEM Journal Perceived Muscular Tension, Job Strain, Physical Exposure, And Associations With Neck Pain Among Vdu Users; A Prospective Cohort Study Wahlström, et al 2004
OEM Journal The Effectiveness Of Ergonomic Interventions On Return-To-Work After Low Back Pain; A Prospective Two Year Cohort Study In Six Countries On Low Back Pain Patients Sicklisted For 3–4 Months Anema et al 2004
OEM Journal Work Status After Workers’ Compensation Claims For Upper Limb Musculoskeletal Disorders Roquelaure, et al 2004
OEM Journal A Comparison Of Methods For The Assessment Of Postural Load And Duration Of Computer Use J Heinrich, B M Blatter and P M Bongers 2004
OEM Journal Work Related Shoulder Disorders: Quantitative Exposure-Response Relations With Reference To Arm Posture Svendsen, et al 2004
OEM Journal Working Conditions, Visual Fatigue, And Mental Health Among Systems Analysts In São Paulo, Brazil Rocha and Debert-Ribeiro 2004
Occupational Hazards The Role Of The Ergonomist As A Business Management Asset; Ergonomists Can Play A Key Role In Changing Our Assumptions About Roth 2004
Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine Predictors Of Successful Work Role Functioning Following Carpal Tunnel Release Surgery Amick et al 2004
Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders: The Epidemiologic Evidence And The Debate Punnett and Wegman 2004
Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology State-Of-The Art Research Perspectives On Musculoskeletal Disorder Causation And Control: The Need For An Integrated Understanding Of Risk Marras 2004
Journal of Biomechanics Finger Joint Impedance During Tapping On A Computer Keyswitch Jindrich et al 2004
International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics The Effect Of Wrist Rests And Forearm Support During Keyboard And Mouse Use Cook et al 2004
Human Factors Trapezius Muscle Activity In Symptomatic Participants Tapping Using Properly And Improperly Adjusted Desks Zennaro, et al 2004
Applied Ergonomics Workplace Design Guidelines For Asymptomatic Vs. Low Back Injured Workers Ferguson, et al 2004
Journal of the American Medical Association Computer Use and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome A 1-year follow-up study Andersen, et al 2003
Proceedings of the 8th Annual Conference on Industrial Engineering - Theory, application and practice Kinematic Analysis Of Mouse Cursor Positioning As A Function Of Movement Scale And Joint Set Bohan et al 2003
Hong Kong Journal of Occupational Therapy Physical And Psychosocial Factors In Display Screen Equipment Assessment Sung et al 2003
American Journal of Industrial Medicine Functional Deficits in Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Sesto, et al 2003
SPINE Journal Effect Of Office Ergonomics Intervention On Reducing Musculoskeletal Symptoms Amick et al 2003
Physical Therapy Effect Of Keyboard Slope On Wrist Position And Forearm Electromyography Of Typists Without Musculoskeletal Disorders Simoneau et al 2003
OEM Journal Intervention Strategies To Reduce Musculoskeletal Injuries Associated With Handling Patients: A Systematic Review Hignett 2003
OEM Journal Work Related And Individual Predictors For Incident Neck Pain Among Office Employees Working With Video Display Units Korhonen, et al 2003
OEM Journal Does Computer Use Pose An Occupational Hazard For Forearm Pain; From The Nudata Study Kryger, et al 2003
Occupational Medicine Effect Of Work With Visual Display Units On Musculo-Skeletal Disorders In The Office Environment Sillanpää et al 2003
Health Data Management Ergonomics: Looking For A Good Fit: Health Care Organizations Are Increasingly Factoring Ergonomics Considerations Into I.T. Plans Briggs 2003
Californian Journal of Health Promotion Computer Use, Workstation Design Training And Cumulative Trauma Disorders In College Students McMahan and Lutz 2003
BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders Determinants Of The Clinical Course Of Musculoskeletal Complaints In General Practice: Design Of A Cohort Study van der Waal et al 2003
Applied Ergonomics Ergonomics—Costs And Benefits Beevis and Slade 2003
AJR - American Journal of Roentgenology Carpal Tunnel Syndrome And Cubital Tunnel Syndrome: Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders In Four Symptomatic Radiologists Reuss et al 2003
Ergonomics Australia Guidelines for Computer Workstations Cook and Burgess-Limerick 2003
Theoretical Issues in Ergonomic Science Biomechanical aspects of work related musculoskeletal disorders Radwin et al 2002
Int Arch Occup Environ Health Co-ordinated strategy of prevention and control of the biomechanical factors associated with the risk of musculoskeletal disorders Malchaire and Piette 2002
Work Effects Of A Participatory Ergonomics Intervention Computer Workshop For University Students: A Pilot Intervention To Prevent Disability In Tomorrow’S Workers Robertson et al 2002
Work An Invisible Disability Among The University Student Community: Upper Extremity Disorders Cort´es et al 2002
OEM Journal Epidemiological Study To Investigate Potential Interaction Between Physical And Psychosocial Factors At Work That May Increase The Risk Of Symptoms Of Musculoskeletal Disorder Of The Neck And Upper Limb Devereux et al 2002
Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine Longer Distal Motor Latency Predicts Outcomes Of Carpal Tunnel Dennerlein et al 2002
Industrial Health International Trends In Occupational Health Research And Practice Knave and Ennals 2002
Applied Ergonomics The Nature Of Work-Related Neck And Upper Limbmusculoskeletal Disorders Buckle and Devereux 2002
American Journal of Industrial Medicine Prospective Study Of Computer Users 1. Study Design And Incidence Of Muscoloskeletal Symptoms And Disorders Gerr et al 2002
OEM Journal Psychological Factors And Visual Fatigue In Working With Video Display Terminals Mocci, et al 2001
OEM Journal Are Neck Flexion, Neck Rotation, And Sitting At Work Risk Factors For Neck Pain? Results Of A Prospective Cohort Study Ariëns et al 2001
Arthritis & Rheumatism Predictors Of Outcomes Of Carpal Tunnel Release Katz et al 2001
American Society of Safety Engineers Office Ergonomics - Analyzing The Problem And Creating Solutions Robertson and Courtney 2001
American Journal of Industrial Medicine Capture-Recapture Estimation Of Unreported Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders In Connecticut (preprint) Morse et al 2001
Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery Repetitive Stress Injury: Diagnosis Or Self-Fulfilling Prophecy? - Commentary & Perspective 2000
Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery Repetitive Stress Injury: Diagnosis Or Self-Fulfilling Prophecy? Szabo and King 2000
Information Week Computer-Related Injuries: It Helps Ease The Pain Mottl 2000
Human Factors Visual Display Height Burgess-Limerick 2000
Clinical Biomechanics Finger Motion, Wrist Motion, And Tendon Travel As A Function Of Keyboard Angles Nelson, et al 2000
BMJ Role Of Mechanical And Psychosocial Factors In The Onset Of Forearm Pain: Prospective Population Based Study Macfarlane et al 2000
Hosford Muscle Tables Hosford 1901

Conference Proceedings

Source Title Authors Year
European Neurological Society Meeting Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Linked To Obesity And Hand Proportions Kaplan et al 2007
Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 50th Annual Meeting Prevention of Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders Ferguson, et al 2006
National Occupational Research Agenda - NIOSH Nora Symposium 2006 - Research Makes A Difference 2006
AIHAce AIHAce Abstract Index 2006
IOHA (International Occcupational Health Association) 2005 Conference Development of Effective Ergonomic Interventions Hudock 2005
University of Waterloo - Faculty of Applied Health Sciences, Department of Kinesiology Ergonomics Interventions - What Works And How Wells 2005
Nordic Ergonomic Society - 2005 Conference Complete Conference Proceedings various 2005
NECE 2005 From The Frugal To The Flamboyant: Ergonomics For Any Budget Ray, Leuder, Hedge 2005
Human Computer Interactions - INTERACT '05 Put Them Where? Towards Guidelines For Positioning Large Displays In Interactive Workspaces Su and Bailey 2005
Fourth International Cyberspace Conference on Ergonomics Complete Conference Proceedings - Articles And Discussion Online various 2005
Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 48th Annual Meeting Effects Of An Electric Height-Adjustable Worksurface On Computer Worker Musculoskeletal Discomfort And Productivity Hedge and Ray 2004
Marconi Research Conference at Marigold 2003 Stop Rsi - Intervention & Evaluation In A Large Newspaper Wells and Cole 2003
Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 47th Annual Meeting Comparison Of Mouse, Touchpad And Multitouch Input Technologies. Shanis and Hedge 2003
Human Computer Interactions - INTERACT '03 Toward Characterizing The Productivity Benefits Of Very Large Displays Czerwinski et al 2003
2003 STAR Symposium Epidemiology Of Musculoskeletal Disorders Among Computer Users: Lesson Learned From The Roles Of Posture And Keyboard Use Gerr et al 2003
Third International Cyberspace Conference on Ergonomics Complete Conference Proceedings - Articles And Discussion Online various 2002
Nordic Ergonomic Society - 34th Annual Congress Procid Recommendations For Healthier Computer Work Swedish Version Sandsjö et al 2002
Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 46th Annual Meeting Wrist And Shoulder Muscle Activity Changes Across Computer Tasks Dennerlein et al 2002
Health and Safety Congress 2002 Adapting Work To People: New Approaches To Preventing Musculoskeletal Disorders Buckle 2002
Cornell University, Department of Design & Environmental Analysis, Investigating Total Exposure To Wmsd Risks: The Roles Of Occupational And Non-Occupational Factors Hedge, et al 2002
Cornell University, Department of Design & Environmental Analysis, Longitudinal Study Of The Effects Of An Adjustable Ergonomic Keyboard On Upper Body Musculoskeletal Symptoms Hedge, et al 2002
Nordic Ergonomic Society Nordic Ergonomics Society 2001 33Rd Annual Congress Proceedings various 2001
Nordic Ergonomic Society Ergonomic Intervention Research For Musculoskeletal Health - Some Future Trends Winkel and Westgaard 2001
Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 45th Annual Meeting Effects Of An Ergonomic Intervention On Musculoskeletal Discomfort Among Office Workers Rudakewych et al 2001
Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 45th Annual Meeting The Human Factors-Ergonomics Parade: A Tale Of Two Models Howell 1901

Ergonomic Programs - Recommendations and Results

Source Title Authors Year
IRSST - Institut de recherche Robert-Sauvé en santé et en sécurité du travail Work involving varied tasks - An ergonomic analysis process for MSD prevention Chicoine and Tellier 2007
Ontario Ministry of Labour Resource Manual for the MSD Prevention Guideline for Ontario Occupational Health and Safety Council of Ontario 2007
2006 Southern California AIHA/ASSE Joint Technical Symposium A Systems Management Approach to Developing, Implementing and Maintaining a Multi-site Ergonomics Program Griffiths and Shulenberger 2006
Workers' Compensation Board of British Columbia How to Make Your Computer Workstation Fit You 2006
Ontario Ministry of Labour Recommendations on Strategies to Reduce Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders in Ontario--Supplementary Report Ergonomics Sub-Committee 2006
National Institute for Working Life - Sweden A Sound Working Environment In Call And Contact Centres - Advice And Guidelines Toomingas, et al 2006
Ontario Ministry of Labour Recommendations on Strategies to Reduce Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders in Ontario Ergonomics Sub-Committee 2005
Safe and Healthy Working (Scotland OSH) Display Screen Equipment Work Station Assessment 2005
Oregon OSHA Introduction To Ergonomics 2005
Oregon OSHA Evaluating Your Computer Workstation 2005
OSHA Blue Cross Blue Shield Rhode Island - Case Study 2005
Workers' Compensation Board of British Columbia Preventing Musculoskeletal Injury (A guide for employers and joint committees) 2004
OSHA The Dow Chemical Company's Use of the "Six Sigma" Methodology 2004
National Research Council of Canada Seating, Posture And Office Equipment Wells and Van Eerd 2004
World Health Organization Preventing musculoskeletal disorders in the workplace Luttmann et al 2003
Purdue University - School of Health Sciences An Ergonomic Evaluation And Redesign Of Office Workstations To Decrease Reported Musculoskeletal Discomfort Using An Internet-Based Office Ergonomics Program McGlothlin and Lee 2003
Occupational Safety and Health Administration Effective Ergonomics: Strategy For Success US Dept. of Labor 2002
Washington State Department of Labor and Industry Office Ergonomics Practical Solutions For A Safer Workplace 2002
Stanford University - EHS Laboratory Ergonomics Tips 2002
BIFMA Ultimate Test For Fit 2002
Oregon OSHA Easy Ergonomics A Practical Approach For Improving The Workplace 2001
European Agency for Safety and Health at Work Preventing Msds In Practice 2000
Eliminating Computer Eyestrain Wolf 1999
National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Worker Protection: Private Sector Ergonomics Yield Positive Results 1997
National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Elements Of Ergonomics Programs Cohen, et al 1997
Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 40th Annual Meeting Good Ergonomics Is Good Economics Hendrick 1996
W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research The Michigan Disability Prevention Study Research Highlights Hunt and Habeck 1993
University of Waterloo - Faculty of Applied Health Sciences, Department of Kinesiology Participative Approach To Ergonomics Wells 1901

Government Reporting

Source Title Authors Year
Oregon Department of Consumer and Business Services Medical Payments in the Oregon Workers’ Compensation System, 2005 2007
JOEM How Much Work-Related Injury And Illness Is Missed By The Current National Surveillance System? Rosenman, et al 2006
Eurpogip Musculoskeletal disorders in Europe - Definitions and statistics 2006
National Statistics - UK Labour Force Survey Self-Reported Work-Related Illness In 2003/04: (See Pp 243-295) Jones et al 2005
Health & Safety Executive Literature Review On The Reporting Of Workplace Injury Trends Daniels and Marlow 2005
Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine An Estimate Of The U.S. Government'S Undercount Of Nonfatal Occupational Injuries Leigh, et al 2004
American Journal of Industrial Medicine The Relationship Of Unions To Prevalence And Claim Filing For Work-Related Upper-Extremity Musculoskeletal Disorders Morse, et al 2003
State of Connecticut Workers’ Compensation Commission Occupational Disease In Connecticut, 2001 Morse 2001
Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine Why Most Workers With Occupational Repetitive Trauma Do Not File For Workers' Compensation Rosenman et al 2000

Research - Reports and information

Source Title Authors Year
WorkSafe BC Musculoskeletal Disorders of the Upper Extremities - Are they associated with computer work? WorkSafeBC Evidence Based Practice Group 2007
Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Guidelines for Wrist Posture Based on Carpal Tunnel Pressure Thresholds Keir et al 2007
IRSST - Institut de recherche Robert-Sauvé en santé et en sécurité du travail Musculoskeletal disorders and computer work: the impact of workstation layout on posture and muscle load of the upper limbs Delisle, et al 2006
University of South Florida - Professor Bernard Analysis Tools For Ergonomists - A Collection Of Tools Bernard 2006
National Institute of Occupational Health - Norway A Critical Review Of Evidence For A Causal Relationship Between Computer Work And Musculoskeletal Disorders With Physical Findings Of The Neck And Upper Extremity Veiersted, et al 2006
National Institute for Working Life - Sweden On The Relation Between Psychosocial Work Environment And Musculoskeletal Symptoms - A Structural Equation Modeling Approach Larsman 2006
Carnegie Mellon University - Robotics Institute Effective Designs Of Non-Keyboard Computer Input Devices Mau 2006
IRSST - Institut de recherche Robert-Sauvé en santé et en sécurité du travail Work-related Musculoskeletal Disorders Guide and Tools for Modified Work Stock et al 2005
Health & Safety Executive Effective management of upper limb disorders by general practitioners and trainee occupational physicians Institute of Occupational and Environmental Medicine 2005
Washington State Dept of Labor & Industry - SHARP Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders Of The Neck, Back And Upper Extremity In Washington State, 1995-2003, Summary Silverstein and Adams 2005
Washington State Dept of Labor & Industry - SHARP Injured At Work. What Workers' Compensation Data Reveal About Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders (Wmsds). 2005
University of Michigan A Cross-Sectional Study Of The Relationship Between Repetitive Work And Upper Extremity Musculoskeletal Disorders Franzblau et al 2005
Occupational Therapy - Australia Does Keyboard Design Improve Performance And/Or Comfort Of Workplace-Based Computer Users With Musculoskeletal Disorders? Caukill, et al 2005
National Occupational Health and Safety Advisory Committee - New Zealand International Review Of Methods And Systems Used To Measure And Monitor Occupational Disease And Injury: Nohsac Technical Report 3 Kendall 2005
Microsoft Corp. The Importance Of Ergonomic Input Devices In The Workplace - The Scope Of Computer-Related Repetitive Strain Injuries And Methods For Their Prevention 2005
Health & Safety Executive A Staged Approach To Reducing Musculoskeletal Disorders (Msds) In The Workplace Whysall 2005
European Trade Union Institute Musculoskeletal Disorders: Where We Are, And Where We Could Be (see pp 22-27) Gauthy 2005
European Agency for Safety and Health at Work Expert Forecast On Emerging Physical Risks Related To Occupational Safety And Health (See Pp 24-27 For Msds) 2005
Colorado State University The Economics And Cost Justification Of Ergonomics Douphrate and Rosecrance 2005
American Optometric Association The Effects Of Computer Use On Eye Health And Vision 2005
National Institute for Working Life - Sweden Associations between working techniques, physical loads and psychosocial loads during VDU-work Andersson 2004
The Impact Of Two Office Ergonomics Interventions On Visual Symptoms Menéndez, et al 2004
Washington State Department of Labor and Industry Impact Of Implementing The Washington State Ergonomics Rule - Final Report Silverstein, et al 2004
University of Western Sydney Does Training In Workplace Adjustment And Posture Prevent Occupational Overuse Syndrome In Workplace Based Computer Users? Lovarini 2004
University of California, Postprints Upper Extremity Pain And Computer Use Among Engineering Graduate Students Schlossberg, et al 2004
TNO Work and Employment (Netherlands) Rsi-Related Measures: Prevention, Treatment And Rehabilitation Blatter, et al 2004
National Research Council of Canada Meeting Occupant Needs Through Workstation Layout 2004
National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Worker Health Chartbook, 2004 (Esp. Pages 58 - 79) 2004
International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics A Mathematical Method For Ergonomic-Based Design: Placement (Submitted Version) Abdel-Malek et al 2004
Cornell University Human Factors and Ergonomics Research Laboratory Effects Of An Electric Height-Adjustable Worksurface On Self-Assessed Musculoskeletal Discomfort And Productivity In Computer Workers Hedge 2004
Bureau of Labor Statistics Lost Worktime Injuries And Illnesses: Characteristics And Resulting Days Away From Work, 2002 2004
Alberta's Workers' Compensation Board Diagnosis, Causation And Treatment Of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: An Evidence-Based Assessment Fisher et al 2004
University of Michigan Work Related Musculoskeletal Disorders Introduction Armstrong 2004
Colorado Department of Labor and Employment 2002 Task Force Bibliography - Carpal Tunnel Syndrome/Cumulative Trauma Disorder 2003
Microsoft Corp Toward Characterizing the Productivity Benefits of Very Large Displays Czerwinski, et al 2003
Washington State Department of Labor and Industry Age-Related Differences In Occupational Injuries And Illnesses (Wa State) Smith 2003
Upjohn Institute Staff Working Paper No. WP03-95 The Productivity Consequences Of Two Ergonomic Interventions DeRango et al 2003
University of Birmingham (UK) - Institute of Occupational and Environmental Medicine The Prevention Of Musculoskeletal Disorders Within The Telecommunications Sector Crawford, et al 2003
Research Network on Socioeconomic Status and Health Muscle Tension - Excerpt From Allostatic Notebook Lundberg 2003
Proceedings of the International Ergonomics Association Frustrating Computers Users Increases Exposure To Physical Factors Dennerlein, Becker, Johnson, Reynolds and Picard 2003
National Institute for Working Life - Sweden Physical Load, Psychosocial And Individual Factors In Visual Display Unit Work Wahlström 2003
Luce Faculty Seminar Relationship Of Computer Hassles And Somatic Complaints Hudiburg 2003
Health Reports - Statistics Canada Repetitive Strain Injury Tjepkema 2003
European Telecommunications Standards Institute Human Factors Of Work In Call Centres - Technical Report 102 202 V1.1.1 (2003-03) 2003
Center for Quality and Productivity Improvement, University of Wisconsin-Madison Reducing Workload And Increasing Patient Safety Through Work And Workspace Design Carayon et al 2003
Australian Acute Musculoskeletal Pain Guidelines Group Evidence-Based Management Of Acute Musculoskeletal Pain 2003
VisionSite Computer Monitor Font Size, Screen Size and Resolution Mark Hutchinson 2002
VA Patient Safety Research Center, Tampa The Complex Etiology Of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Lloyd, et al 2002
United States Department of Defense Dod Military Injury Metrics - Working Group White Paper Lopez et al 2002
UK Health and Safety Executive Ergonomics Of Using A Mouse Or Other Non-Keyboard Input Device Woods et al 2002
Occupational Therapy - Australia Does Training In Workplace Adjustment And Posture Prevent Occupational Overuse Syndrome In Workplace Based Computer Users? Lovarini 2002
National Resource Council of Canada Environmental Satisfaction With Open-Plan Office Furniture Design And Layout Marquardt, et al 2002
National Resource Council of Canada Environmental Satisfaction In Open-Plan Environments: 2. Effects Of Workstation Size, Partition Height And Windows Charles and Veitch 2002
Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry - Ergonomics Task Force Summary Of The Minnesota Department Of Labor And Industry'S Ergonomics Task-Force Activities And Recommendations 2002
Cornell University Human Factors and Ergonomics Research Laboratory Ergonomic Changes To Workstations Reduce Workers' Musculoskeletal Problems By 40 Percent, Academic-State Study Reveals Hedge 2002
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality - US Dept of Health & Human Services Diagnosis And Treatment Of Worker-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders Of The Upper Extremity - Summary 2002
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality - US Dept of Health & Human Services Diagnosis And Treatment Of Worker-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders Of The Upper Extremity - Researc 2002
Handbook of Human-Computer Interaction Input Technologies and Techniques - draft Hinckley 2001
National Institute for Working Life - Sweden Physical Load In Computer Mouse Work - Working Technique, Sex And Stress Aspects Wahlström 2001
National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health National Occupational Research Agenda For Musculoskeletal Disorders - Research Topics For The Next Decade 2001
National Academy of Sciences Musculoskeletal Disorders And The Workplace Low Back And Upper Extremities -- Executive Summary National Research Council 2001
University of South Florida - Professor Bernard Anthropometry 13 (Must Enable Macros) Bernard 2000
University of Iowa - Department of Mechanical Engineering Towards Understanding The Workspace Of The Upper Extremities Abdel-Malek et al 2000
Occupational Safety and Health Administration Ergonomics: The Study Of Work 2000
National Academy of Sciences A Review Of Research On Interventions To Control Musculoskeletal Disorders Smith, et al 2000
European Agency for Safety and Health at Work Repetitive Strain Injuries In The Member States Of The European Union: The Results Of An Information Request 2000
European Agency for Safety and Health at Work Future Occupational Safety And Health Research Needs And Priorities In The Member States Of The European Union 2000
European Agency for Safety and Health at Work Work-Related Neck And Upper Limb Musculoskeletal Disorders Buckle and Devereux 1999
University of Waterloo - Faculty of Applied Health Sciences, Department of Kinesiology Ergonomic Interventions For Reducing Musculoskeletal Disorders: An Overview, Related Issues And Future Directions Norman and Wells 1998
Occupational Safety and Health Administration Working Safely With Video Display Terminals 1997
National Institute of Occupational Health and Safety - UK Low-Back Musculoskeletal Disorders: Evidence For Work-Relatedness Bernard 1997
National Institute for Working Life - Sweden Visual Display Unit Work And Upper Extremity Musculoskeletal Disorders Punnett and Bergqvist 1997
National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Niosh Publications On Video Display Terminals - Third Edition 1997
National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Musculoskeletal Disorders And Workplace Factors - A Critical Review Of Epidemiologic Evidence For Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders Of The Neck, Upper Extremity, And Low Back Bernard editor 1997
Work Related Musculoskeletal Disorders unknown 1901
Commonwealth Rehabilitation Services Australia The Effect Of Touch Typing Skill On Discomfort And Performance In Office Workers Brandis and Straker 1901

Standards

Source Title Authors Year
Australian Safety and Compensation Council National Code of Practice for the Prevention of Musculoskeletal Disorders Caused by Performing Manual Tasks at Work 2007
American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Clinical guideline on diagnosis of carpal tunnel syndrome 2007
Work Loss Data Institute Carpal tunnel syndrome Guideline 2006
TCO Development - Sweden Tco’04 Office Furniture – Work Tables – Ver 1.1 (European Safety And Performance Requirements) 2004
UK National Health Service Ergonomic Working Standards For Personnel Engaged In The Preparation, Scanning And Reporting Of Cervical Screening Slides 2003
FAA Human Factors Design Standard (Hfds) - Zip File, See Chapter 10 For Workstation Design Ahlstrom 2003
North Carolina Department of Labor Voluntary Ergonomics Guideline - North Carolina Furniture Manufacturing Industry 2002
National Safety Council Management Of Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders Accredited Standards Committee Z365 Working Draft August 2002 2002
UK Department of Defense Human Factors Integration (Hfi) - Practical Guidance For Ipts (Integrated Project Teams) 2001
United States Department of Defense Definitions Of Human Factors Terms (Mil-Hdbk-1908B) 1999
United States Department of Defense Handbook For Human Engineering Design Guidelines (Mil-Hdbk-759C) 1995
Maine Municipal Association Maine Municipal Association VDT Best Practices 1991

Theses

Source Title Authors Year
Uppsala University
Department of Public Health and Caring Services
Advanced Knowledge Work And Stress-Related Symptoms: Epidemiology And Clinical Intervention Studies Wiholm 2006
National Institute of Occupational Health - Denmark Biofeedback And Optimization Of Muscle Contraction Mode As Intervention Strategy In The Prevention Of Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders Vedsted 2006
Florida State University - Department of Psychology Musculoskeletal Pain In University Workers: Age And Gender Effects Weaver 2006
Erasmus University - The Netherlands The Impact of Work on Musculoskeletal Complaints and Work Disability Lötters 2005
National Institute of Occupational Health - Denmark Significance of sustained low-force contractions on acute and long-term muscle fatigue development Blangsted 2005
Linköping University - Graduate School for Human-Machine Interaction Call Centre Work– Characteristics, Physical, And Psychosocial Exposure, And Health Related Outcomes Norman 2005
Erasmus University Rotterdam The Impact Of Work On Musculoskeletal Complaints And Work Disability Lötters 2005
Virginia Polytechnic Institute - Industrial and Systems Engineering Effects Of Time Pressure And Mental Workload On Physiological Risk Factors For Upper Extremity Musculoskeletal Disorders While Typing Hughes 2004
University of California, Berkeley - Mechanical Engineering Bimanual Computer Input And Forearm Support Implemented And Evaluated In An Integrated System Odell 2004
University of Adelaide - Department of Public Health An Investigation Into The Application Of Ergonomic Principles To The Use Of Desktop Keyboard-Operated Computer Technology Within Organisations Sawyer 2004
Texas A&M University - College of Engineering Efficacy Of Office Ergonomics Training: An Evaluation And Comparison Of Instructor And Web-Based Training Rucker 2004
Proefschrift Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam Median And Ulnar Nerve Injuries - Prognosis And Predictors For Clinical Outcome Jaquet 2004
Cornell University, Department of Design & Environmental Analysis Effects Of A Multitouch Keyboard On Wrist Posture, Comfort And Typing Performance Thom-Santelli 2004
North Carolina State University - Industrial Engineering Program Exploring The Relationships Between Psychosocial Factors, Biomechanical Workstyle, Muscle Tension, And Musculoskeletal Discomfort Reporting Glasscock 2003
Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, University of Kuopio Physical Workload As A Risk Factor For Symptoms In The Neck And Upper Limbs: Exposure Assessment And Ergonomic Intervention* Ketola 2003
Virginia Polytechnic Institute - Industrial and Systems Engineering Effects Of Negatively Sloped Keyboard Wedges On User Performance And Perceptions Woods 2002
Pennsylvania State University - College of Engineering Graduate School The Effects Of Dynamic Wristworkloads On Risks Of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Jang 2002
Virginia Polytechnic Institute - Industrial and Systems Engineering Identification And Quantification Of Workstation Set Up On Risk Factors Associated With The Development Of Low Back And Neck Discomfort Stanfield 2001
Loughborough University - Department of Human Sciences Effect Of Wrist Activity On Median Nerve Function Lloyd 2001
Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences - Department of Medical and Clinical Psychology Job Stress Reactivity And Work-Related Musculoskeletal Symptoms Storey 1901