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OHSRP Research


The Occupational Health Services Research and Policy Doctoral Training Program addresses several research areas identified by the National Institute for Occupational Safety (NIOSH) Program Portfolio, including several National Occupational Research Agenda (NORA) cross-industry sector programs as listed below.

Please also see examples of Research to Practice conducted by all Midwest Center for Occupational Health and Safety (MCOHS) faculty and students.

RECENT STUDENT DISSERTATIONS

(Student Names Underscored)

Briggs A: [2014] Dissertation: An Evaluation of the Association of Physical Inactivity and Sitting Time on Back Pain and Productivity Loss, University of Minnesota. [PM: PhD Thesis Advisor] [Work Organization and Economics]

Landsteiner A: [2014] Dissertation: Estimating the Burden of Serious Farm-Related Injury in Minnesota, University of Minnesota. [PM: PhD Thesis Advisor]

Schult, Tamara: [2013] The Effects of Job-Related Strains and Stressors on Mental Health Symptoms in National Guard Veterans Returning from Iraq [PhD Thesis Advisor; McGovern, PM and Thesis Co-Advisor, Dowd BE]

Parsons HM: [2011] Dissertation: Cancer and the Medicare Disabled: University of Minnesota, December, 2011. [BV: HMP’s PhD Thesis Advisor]

SELECTED OEHN FACULTY, ALUMNI AND STUDENT PUBLICATIONS

(Student and alumni names are underscored and faculty names bolded)

CANCER
ECONOMICS
INJURIES AND WORK-RELATED VIOLENCE
SPECIAL POPULATIONS AT RISK: WOMEN AND CHILDREN
WORK ORGANIZATION
TOTAL WORKER HEALTH
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