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Vargas-Prada Figueroa, Sergio, 1976- National Library of Catalonia

Sergio Vargas-Prada Wikidata

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Are determinants for new and persistent upper limb pain different? An analysis based on anatomical sites Wikidata
Classification of neck/shoulder pain in epidemiological research: a comparison of personal and occupational characteristics, disability and prognosis among 12,195 workers from 18 countries Wikidata
The CUPID (Cultural and Psychosocial Influences on Disability) study: methods of data collection and characteristics of study sample Wikidata
Descriptive Epidemiology of Somatising Tendency: Findings from the CUPID Study Wikidata
Disabling musculoskeletal pain in working populations: is it the job, the person, or the culture? Wikidata
European Working Time Directive and doctors' health: a systematic review of the available epidemiological evidence Wikidata
Health beliefs, low mood, and somatizing tendency: contribution to incidence and persistence of musculoskeletal pain with and without reported disability Wikidata
Heath beliefs, somatising tendency, mental health and recent history of pain as predictors of the incidence and persistence of low back pain in Spanish workers Wikidata
International variation in absence from work attributed to musculoskeletal illness: findings from the CUPID study Wikidata
Low back pain among office workers in Costa Rica, Nicaragua and Spain Wikidata
OP63 Very early workplace sickness absence interventions: A systematic review and meta-analysis of their effectiveness Wikidata
Patterns of multisite pain and associations with risk factors Wikidata
Role of psychological and culturaly influenced risk factors on symptoms and disability for musculoskeletal disorders. CUPID study (Spain) Wikidata National Library of Catalonia
Upper extremity musculoskeletal pain among office workers in three Spanish-speaking countries: findings from the CUPID study Wikidata
Work-related psychosocial risk factors and musculoskeletal disorders in hospital nurses and nursing aides: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Wikidata

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