Office psychosocial and organizational elements for neck ache in employees in america.
Am J Ind Med. 2016 Jul;59(7):549-60
Authors: Yang H, Hitchcock E, Haldeman S, Swanson N, Lu ML, Choi B, Nakata A, Baker D
BACKGROUND: Neck ache is a prevalent musculoskeletal situation amongst employees in america. This research explores a set of office psychosocial and organization-related elements for neck ache.
METHODS: Information used for this research come from the 2010 Nationwide Well being Interview Survey which supplies a consultant pattern of the US inhabitants. To account for the complicated sampling design, the Taylor linearized variance estimation technique was used. Logistic regression fashions have been constructed to measure the associations.
RESULTS: This research demonstrated important associations between neck ache and a set of office danger elements, together with work-family imbalance, publicity to a hostile work surroundings and job insecurity, non-standard work preparations, a number of jobs, and lengthy work hours.
CONCLUSION: Staff with neck ache could profit from intervention applications that tackle points associated to those office danger elements. Future research exploring each psychosocial danger elements and bodily danger elements with a longitudinal design might be necessary. Am. J. Ind. Med. 59:549-560, 2016. © 2016 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.
PMID: 27184340 [PubMed – indexed for MEDLINE]