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Shift work to balance everyday life - a salutogenic nursing perspective in home help service in Sweden

Madelaine Törnquist Agosti, Ingemar Andersson, Göran Ejlertsson, Ann-Christin Janlöv
2015 BMC Nursing  
Nurses in Sweden have a high absence due to illness and many retire before the age of sixty. Factors at work as well as in private life may contribute to health problems.  ...  In this salutogenic study, the result differs from studies with a pathogenic approach.  ...  Acknowledgement We wish to express our gratitude to the participants who took the time and shared their perceptions with us. This study was financed by Kristianstad University.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12912-014-0054-6 pmid:25620885 pmcid:PMC4305235 fatcat:3qv5gip52jh7np6ij5ovcoqdj4

Gender differences in managers' attitudes towards employees with depression: a cross-sectional study in Sweden

Ilaria Mangerini, Monica Bertilsson, Angelique de Rijk, Gunnel Hensing
2020 BMC Public Health  
, work sector, distribution of women and men among the staff, current workplace experience in management, lifetime experience in management, managerial position and presence of staff members at the current  ...  First-line managers' attitudes towards employees with depression might influence return to work and the scant literature indicates gender differences in attitudes.  ...  MB and GH developed the design of this specific study. IM did the data analysis and wrote the first draft of the manuscript as the main author.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12889-020-09848-2 pmid:33213425 pmcid:PMC7678207 fatcat:ikewgmbz2bdgvkn56yxj6ecvea

Internationally educated nurses' and medical graduates' experiences of getting a license and practicing in Sweden - a qualitative interview study

Elisabet Eriksson, Sören Berg, Maria Engström
2018 BMC Medical Education  
Some of the experiences of getting a license to practice and of entering a new workplace in another country were the same for nurses and physicians.  ...  The time to obtain a license to practice and finding a job was shorter for IENs and IMGs coming from European countries than for those from non-European countries.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank the nurses and physicians who participated in the interviews. Funding The University of Gävle funded this study.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12909-018-1399-4 pmid:30518350 fatcat:cxyal4i3pndcnj5u3dbioj7px4

Sweden in the digital transformation: Opportunities and challenges [chapter]

2018 OECD Reviews of Digital Transformation: Going Digital in Sweden  
Too many projects may result in too little funding for at least some of the projects.  ...  Too many projects may result in too little funding for at least some of the projects.  ...  In Sweden, EPL is well developed but the gap in EPL between permanent and temporary workers is among the highest in the OECD.  ... 
doi:10.1787/9789264302259-3-en fatcat:ezetcowaffaupcur76ksakj66y

Validating the Psychosocial Safety Climate Questionnaire – Integration of Findings from Cognitive Interviews in Germany and Sweden

Hanne Berthelsen, Michael Ertel, Martin Geisler, Tuija Muhonen
2019 Scandinavian Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology  
Funding Information The Swedish part of the research was funded by the Swedish Research Council for Health, Working Life and Welfare (FORTE) as part of the research program Organisational and social safety  ...  of Findings from Cognitive Interviews in Germany and Sweden in the working population, but there is no consensus regarding the type of policy responses that are considered appropriate (Eurofound, 2018  ... 
doi:10.16993/sjwop.85 fatcat:dnoawb6qlrekzhwhoqel7qzm24

"The importance of awareness, support and inner strength to balance everyday life" - a qualitative study about women's experiences of a workplace health promotion program in human service organizations in Sweden

Madelaine Törnquist Agosti, Ingemar Andersson, Åsa Bringsén, Ann-Christin Janlöv
2019 BMC Women's Health  
This research adds knowledge about work-life balance by examining female employees' experiences of a newly developed intervention program, the BELE program (Balance in Everyday Life Empowerment program  ...  ), aiming to enhance the work-life balance and wellbeing of female employees.  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank the employer for make it possibly to test the BELEprogram among female workers in the organization.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12905-018-0704-z pmid:30630484 pmcid:PMC6327387 fatcat:mbpknqpjqnfv5j4lk6jdjs4hcq

Long-term unemployment among women in Sweden

Sten-Olof Brenner, Lennart Levi
1987 Social Science and Medicine  
Figure 14 . 14 Work are from 2010 for Sweden, while they are from 2008 for the rest of the countries.  ...  Months of unemployment include time in the Job-and Development Guarantee and Job-and Development Guarantee for the Youth. Source: Public Employment Service Sweden.  ...  The scheme offers work experience placement in private and public organisations. The maximum duration is three months.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0277-9536(87)90383-2 pmid:3660005 fatcat:b44vstoijja3rouyawhi6stm3q

Taxes and the Choice of Organizational Form by Entrepreneurs in Sweden

Karin Edmark, Roger H. Gordon
2012 Social Science Research Network  
The tax law in the U.S. is dramatically different from that in Sweden.  ...  The owner’s wage payments from the business come from individual level data from the Table Anst, Statistics Sweden, which contains information on annual earned income from all workplaces from where the  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2066467 fatcat:ju3iv2taybcmln4r5d3xqszz7u

4. Making Claims Across Scale and Space in Rostock: Looking to Sweden and the EU [chapter]

2020 Making Their Place  
Looking to Sweden and the EU RaTheR Than opeRaTing in isolaTion, places are nested within complex networks that cut across scales.  ...  I focus on three specific relationships, namely those between the feminist movement in Rostock and the state of Mecklenburg-West Pomerania, the Scandinavian nations-especially Sweden-and the European Union  ...  With the assistance of various staff members and Uschi, they developed a preliminary draft in 2000.  ... 
doi:10.1515/9780804774741-007 fatcat:p57jm6l6fzhbhnw4vf5jndoeny

Translation and cultural adaptation of the Illness Invalidation Inventory for use in Sweden

Pirjo Järemo, Maria Arman
2014 BMC Psychology  
The results indicate that the Illness Invalidation Inventory can be used in Sweden to measure invalidation.  ...  This study describes the translation and cultural adaptation procedure and guidelines for the Illness Invalidation Inventory for use in Sweden.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors thank the participants from Fibromyalgiföreningen in Norrköping, Anglo-Swedish Society of Norrköping, colleagues at Komvux Norrköping, Accent Språkservice and committee members  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40359-014-0057-9 pmid:25685355 pmcid:PMC4297439 fatcat:easlqafpvvhzjdr75sjbct4vbi

Migrant precarity and future challenges to labour standards in Sweden

Charles Woolfson, Judy Fudge, Christer Thörnqvist
2013 Economic and Industrial Democracy  
In combination, these developments are creating new spaces for migrant precariousness within the context of a formerly well-regulated Swedish labour market model.  ...  Nevertheless, using Sweden as a case study, it is argued that the diminished capacity of trade unions to defend labour standards following the Laval judgment of the European Court of Justice, together  ...  Acknowledgements The authors gratefully acknowledge the support of FAS (Swedish Council for Working Life Any errors and omissions remain those of the authors.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0143831x13494249 fatcat:z4oxkyzrhnbpvnjvgdl677uxv4

Experiences of well-being among female doctoral students in Sweden

Manuela Schmidt, Timurs Umans
2014 International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health & Well-Being  
Three main themes emerged from the analysis: being true to oneself, being in the sphere of influence, and performing a balancing act.  ...  As well as illustrating these perceptions and experiences, the study also presents female PhD students' conceptualization of their well-being, expressed in terms of a white-water rafting metaphor.  ...  Conflict of interest and funding The authors have not received any funding or benefits from industry or elsewhere to conduct this study. Note 1.  ... 
doi:10.3402/qhw.v9.23059 pmid:24746246 pmcid:PMC3991832 fatcat:x3advzcb6ffshczugxsbqq7afq

Leisure and tourism in Sweden: A Challenge for All Actors

Lisbeth Lindström
2009 World Leisure Journal  
Acknowledgments The empirical research in this study was partly funded by the Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (TUBITAK).  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The research team would like to express their sincere gratitude toward the Principals, teachers and students from STW Baptist Lui Ming Choi Primary School and from Hong Kong Baptist University  ...  Leisure in contemporary Turkey: the case of Ankara This study is a part of, and presents some preliminary findings from, the first time-use survey in Turkey.  ... 
doi:10.1080/04419057.2009.9674604 fatcat:zlsujl7ezfgcxj5ojqibm45t4m

Development of the Prevent for Work questionnaire (P4Wq) for assessment of musculoskeletal risk in the workplace: part 1—literature review and domains selection

Francesco Langella, Steffan Wittrup McPhee Christensen, Thorvaldur Skuli Palsson, Morten Høgh, Nicolo Gagni, Pablo Bellosta-López, David Høyrup Christiansen, Mauro Delle Chiaie, Victor Domenéch-García, Venerina Johnston, Grace P Y Szeto, Jorge Hugo Villafañe (+2 others)
2021 BMJ Open  
ObjectiveThis study aims to define appropriate domains and items for the development of a self-administered questionnaire to assess the risk of developing work-related musculoskeletal disorder (WMSD) and  ...  were identified from the literature.  ...  Morten Villumsen (MV) from Aalborg University (Denmark) for their participation as scientific advisors for the study and external expert in the survey process.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2020-043800 pmid:33846150 fatcat:uvuj2ednyzaxfbgcoyuaxee65m

A stage model for assessing a community-based diabetes prevention program in Sweden

C. M. Andersson
2002 Health Promotion International  
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The SDPP was supported by grants from the Stockholm County Council. This study was also supported by the Swedish National Institute of Public Health (NIPH).  ...  External funding from research institutes has been applied for and some grants have been received to support postgraduate students engaged in evaluation research.  ...  The staff at some of the health care centres have started to use the prescription in their daily work with patients.  ... 
doi:10.1093/heapro/17.4.317 pmid:12406920 fatcat:g7z3b6fbcff2zfa5t5ftg7ne34
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