Musculoskeletal health one decade after start of career
Longitudinal Analysis of Nursing Education (LANE-study)
- Musculoskeletal health one decade after start of career
Longitudinal Analysis of Nursing Education (LANE-study) – Musculoskeletal health one decade after start of career
A cohort study of the long-term effect on musculoskeletal pain from repeated stress in working life.
Knowledge about the effect of repeated or long-lasting exposure for risk factors in the work environment on health outcomes as pain, and the long-term consequence of early health problems in the beginning of the career of nurses, is scarce.
To investigate the long-term effects of repeated exposure from work related stress, and the consequences of illness early in the career on musculoskeletal pain among nurses.
A cohort study with a long-term (6-8 years) follow up of three national cohorts
In addition to new knowledge about repeated or long-lasting exposure from work related factors for health, we expect that this study will add knowledge about the effect of health problems early in the career on later health.
The main project is located at Karolinska Institutet, the K8 Department of Clinical Neuroscience, Psychology, Gustavsson, and Ann Rudman is the primary investigator
Professor Eva Skillgate – Research group leader for Musculoskeletal & Sports Injury Epidemiology Center, firstname.lastname@example.org