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Sharps injuries and other blood and body fluid exposures among home health care nurses and aides.
Differences among nursing homes in outcomes of a safe resident handling program.
Violence at the workplace increases the risk of musculoskeletal pain among nursing home workers.
The impact of workplace factors on filing of workers' compensation claims among nursing home workers.
Relationships among employees' working conditions, mental health, and intention to leave in nursing homes.
Musculoskeletal pain and reported workplace assault: a prospective study of clinical staff in nursing homes.
A Medicare current beneficiary survey-based investigation of alternative primary care models in nursing homes: functional ability and health status outcomes.
Health Behaviors and Overweight in Nursing Home Employees: Contribution of Workplace Stressors and Implications for Worksite Health Promotion.
Contributing influences of work environment on sleep quantity and quality of nursing assistants in long-term care facilities: A cross-sectional study.
A Medicare Current Beneficiary Survey-Based Investigation of Alternative Primary Care Models in Nursing Homes: Cost and Utilization Differences.
Working Conditions and Mental Health of Nursing Staff in Nursing Homes.
Predictors of low back pain in nursing home workers after implementation of a safe resident handling programme.
Knee pain in nursing home workers after implementation of a safe resident handling program.
Predictors of Nursing Staff Voluntary Termination in Nursing Homes: A Case-Control Study.
Nursing Home Employee and Resident Satisfaction and Resident Care Outcomes.
A Corporate Wellness Program and Nursing Home Employees' Health.
Changes in ergonomic exposures of nursing assistants after the introduction of a safe resident handling program in nursing homes.