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Risk factors for musculoskeletal pain amongst nurses in Estonia: a cross-sectional study

Freimann, Tiina; Coggon, David; Merisalu, Eda; Animägi, Liina; Pääsuke, Mati (2013). Risk factors for musculoskeletal pain amongst nurses in Estonia: a cross-sectional study. BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders, 14, Article 334.10.1186/1471-2474-14-334.
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Freimann, Tiina; Coggon, David; Merisalu, Eda; Animägi, Liina; Pääsuke, Mati
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BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders
1471-2474
14
2013
Article 334
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Freimann T, et al. – Routine statistics indicate a high frequency of work–related musculoskeletal disorders in Estonia. Authors aimed to describe the prevalence of musculoskeletal pain (MSP) amongst Estonian nurses, and to explore associations with personal characteristics and occupational risk factors. The prevalence of MSP among Estonian nurses is high. Psychological risk factors such as somatising tendency have an important impact. However, none of the risk factors examined seems likely to explain the high frequency of work–related musculoskeletal disorders in Estonia.
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