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Shannon HS, Walters V, Lewchuck W, Richardson J, Moran LA, Haines T, Verma D. Workplace organizational correlates of lost-time accident rates in manufacturing. American Journal of Industrial Medicine. 1996;29(3):258-268. doi:10.1002/(SICI)1097-0274(199603)29:3<258::AID-AJIM5>3.0.CO;2-M.
Frank JW, Pulcins IR, Kerr MS, Shannon HS, Stansfeld SA. Occupational back pain--an unhelpful polemic. Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment and Health. 1995;21(1):42808.
Rael EG, Stansfeld SA, Shipley M, Head J, Feeney A, Marmot M. Sickness absence in the Whitehall II study, London: the role of social support and material problems. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health. 1995;49(5):474-481.
Cohen JE, Goel V, Frank JW, Bombardier C, Peloso P, Guillemin F. Group education interventions for people with low back pain. An overview of the literature. Spine. 1994;19(11):1214-1222.
Bombardier C, Kerr MS, Shannon HS, Frank JW. Guide to interpreting epidemiologic studies on the etiology of back pain. Spine. 1994;19(18):2047S-2056S.
Cohen JE, Goel V, Frank JW, Gibson ES. Predicting risk of back injuries, work absenteeism, and chronic disability. The shortcomings of preplacement screening. Journal of Occupational Medicine. 1994;36(10):1093-1099.
Guillemin F, Bombardier C, Beaton DE. Cross-cultural adaptation of health-related quality of life measures: literature review and proposed guidelines. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology. 1993;46(12):1417-1432.
Ciampi A, Hogg SA, Kates L. Regression analysis of censored survival data with the generalized F family--an alternative to the proportional hazards model. Statistics in Medicine. 1986;5(1):85-96.
Verstappen SM, Lacaille D, Boonen A, Escorpizo R, Hofstetter C, Bosworth A, Leong A, Leggett S, Gignac MA, Wallman JK, Ter Wee MM, Berghea F, Agaliotis M, Tugwell P, Beaton DE. Considerations for evaluating and recommending worker productivity outcome measures: an update from the OMERACT worker productivity group. Journal of Rheumatology. ;46(10):1401-1405. doi:10.3899/jrheum.181201.